Why do the memory care areas within a facility look like a hospital and not decorated and pretty as the assisted living areas within the facility?
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My mom needs more care, but she is not so far gone that she wouldn't notice she is living in a cave like setting. Cost more money but even the dining area is not given much attention, Family has to visit too.
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