Arbors Memory Care

2121 E Prater Way, Sparks, NV 89434

Based on 12 reviews

Services and Housing Options

Assisted Living, Memory Care, Hospice, Respite

Estimated Pricing

Estimated $3,389

Arbors Memory Care Description

Arbors Memory Care is located 2.7 miles from Sparks, a large town with a population of 96,094. Other nearby cities and towns include Sun Valley, Reno, Spanish Springs and Lemmon Valley. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $64,099, 53% of the country has a higher median income.

This community provides Assisted Living, Memory Care, Hospice Care and Respite Care and has Studio apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,389 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $3,407 in Sparks, $3,137 in NV, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Arbors Memory Care is a member of a larger group of communities called Radiant Senior Living. Arbors Memory Care is ranked 1 out of 6 communities in Sparks and is ranked 4 out of 146 communities in NV.

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person-centered care

physical activities

cognitive support

personal care services

select diabetic care

symptom management

daily assistance with hygiene, dressing and bathing

periodic nighttime care

respite care services

safety checks

health services: monitoring, supervision or assistance

hospice care

medication management: monitoring, supervision and assistance

individualized care needs

therapeutic activities

assistance with mobility

incontinence care



fitness classes

full calendar of life-enhancing activities


a variety of activities

tai chi


wellness activities


cooking classes


community activities


social activities

community events

cultural events


art classes



board games

life enrichment program

live entertainment


wellness programs


three nutritious, home-style meals daily

restaurant-style dining experience

24-hour availability of beverages and snacks

fine dining

three nutritious meals daily

meal options

assistance with eating


additional housekeeping

weekly housekeeping and laundering of personal items

personalized service plans

short-term stays

mealtime reminders

routine apartment maintenance

support groups

grounds maintenance

frequent check-ins

coordination of transportation needs

coordination with outside services to help meet individualized needs

supportive services


cable tv in common areas, and hook-ups in each suite

individual room temperature controls


outdoor spaces

all utilities, except personal telephone

beautifully appointed common areas


pet-friendly community


bible study

Healthcare Near Arbors Memory Care

Arbors Memory Care is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Northern Nevada Medical Center which is 0.2 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Tahoe Pacific Hospitals – North, and Northern Nevada Medical Group. Pharmacies close by are CVS Pharmacy which is 1.1 miles away, Walgreens, and University Pharmacy. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Wildcreek Dental - Dr. Austin Cope which is 3.5 miles away, O'Gara Dental Care, and South Meadows Dental & Orthodontics.

Surrounding Area

Arbors Memory Care is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order wings at Buffalo Wild Wings, Italian at Olive Garden or pizza at Pizza Guys. Love the arts? Head on over to St. Mary's Ampitheater, Stremmel Gallery, or Pioneer Center. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Sun Valley Shopping Center or spend some time at Meadowood Mall. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Pagni Ranch Park, Gandolfo Rodeo Arena, or Horsemens Park.


Weather in the area consists of an average of 72 days of rain, 21 days of snow and 271 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 0.7 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 76°F in the summer and 29°F in the winter, with an average temp of 49.5°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 49.3%, with max winds averaging around 10.5 mph.

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This community is licensed by the state of NV. It is a large-sized community with 72 total beds.


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General Staff Rating
Based on 4 total reviews
Care Staff Rating
Based on 9 total reviews
Food Staff Rating
Based on 1 total reviews
Cleanliness Rating
Based on 3 total reviews
Activities and Services Rating
Based on 2 total reviews
Keith Crowningshield

5.0 rating

People are very nice, community is friendly. Facilities are well maintained and the rooms appear clean and comfortable. Looking forward to getting help for my mom who needs alot of care. Suzie is wonderful. Hoping that everything works out and mom is happy there..time will tell.

Rachael Gasser

5.0 rating

This probably seems a little odd for me to be writing a review when I did not have an experience with a family member as a resident here, but I wanted to acknowledge the amazing staff, particularly Suzie. We moved my father-in-law (who was diagnosed with dementia) in with us from a memory care center out of state. We did not know how stable home placement would be or how long we would be able to make it work, so we reached out to Arbors as a 'Plan B.' The team there gave us support throughout the move, sent welcoming messages when we got moved and settled, followed up/checked in regularly, and even reached out to give condolences after hearing my father-in-law passed. I was so thoroughly impressed by the level of attentiveness and compassion we received when we weren't even really part of the family, that I would truly recommend anyone looking into a memory care setting for a loved one to give this place a visit!

Karen Liu

5.0 rating

My sister and I recently had to look for memory care for my mom. This is a really difficult time to look for senior care with COVID restrictions and infections. After looking at three other facilities it was clear that The Arbors was the only place for my mom. They do nothing but memory care. All the other facilities were mainly assisted living with a very small add-on wing for maybe 10-16 Alzheimer's patients. But once we decided on The Arbors they unfortunately had a couple of COVID cases which meant that no one could move in. It took two months to get clearance from the state, but during that time is when the Arbors really shone. Suzie held our hands the whole time, staying in close contact, giving us regular updates, keeping us sane and providing us with resources for our mom while we waited. Once the day came, they were compassionate and skilled at making my mom (and us) comfortable with the move itself. Our hospice organization really dropped the ball several times and the people at the Arbors stepped up to make things right. they keep us informed about how mom is doing, and are arranging weekly FaceTime calls so we can see her. We couldn't have gotten through this without Suzie and The Arbors.

Alex Reiley

5.0 rating

After touring several facilities and getting the cookie cutter tour by someone who was clearly working from a checklist of “this and that’s” and completely feeling like just another number coming through the door, Suzie Kuczynski at Arbors was such a light. Suzie brought us comfort and reassurance with everything that was going on and everything we were feeling and dealing with. I left Arbors with a peace about everything and the confidence of knowing she would be an advocate for us. Her wealth of knowledge and her empathetic heart was so refreshing and so dearly needed.Suzie also came in to meet with us on her day off and less than a week after she had to deal with some heartbreaking family loss herself. Suzie and Arbors are about community and family.Not to leave the complex at Arbors out, the facility, inside and out, is by far the nicest, most beautiful, spacious and most tranquil. Very state of the art in the industry. Arbors should be considered by any family looking for memory care for a loved one.

Brooks Harris

5.0 rating

After several appointments and doing a walkthrough, we decided that Arbors would be best suited for our mom. The staff, and Suzy answered our questions and concerns. They were very supportive, not always a easy decision. Unfortunately our mom passed before moving in.

Toni Warden

5.0 rating

Not sure what to say or where to start besides: Wonderful, caring, professional yet personal, hardworking, and more. When dealing with memory loss issues it is amazing to have a team like the Arbor's has put together to help families care for their loved ones in a safe and healthy environment.

Arbors Review

5.0 rating

I’m very upset with what I saw today, I was there visiting a loved one and Ellie (was her name) was helping a patient when I noticed a filipino woman talking poorly about her saying she doesn’t know how to do her job. Now from what I witnessed about the young lady Ellie she was doing a great job! She was making sure all the patients were comfortable, offering drinks to people who weren’t patients, I mean she went above and beyond this woman did, she deserves a raise! But the way that filipino woman Was talking about her and treating her is very unprofessional, if she had an issue with the co worked she should have took it to the managers office. Things like that reflect on a business and if you’re letting people like the Filipino work here that’s very unsettling to me. The last thing I saw was very rude, Ellie was walking out of a patients room when the Filipino woman began to say something to Ellie then saw another co worker and said very rudely “do YOU want to tell her” like I said things like that need to be taken care of out of the sight of patients and their visitor because it surly does reflect poorly on the business. We adore Ellie and have just met her today so she must be new and I’m sure has a lot to learn but don’t talk down to her, instead train her properly. I’ll give 5 stars because You guys treat my loved one well and Ellie did an amazing job making her comfortable and you guys are always clean and answer my questions promptly, and the food isn’t what you would expect, it is absolutely delicious, now that is five star service!

Natalie Ehleringer

5.0 rating

From the first time I stepped into Arbors Memory Care, I knew it was the place for our family member and we haven’t been disappointed since. Residents have the freedom to exit the building and safely roam the grounds as they please. Daily activities can include music and dancing, arts and crafts, shuttle rides around town and family events. Staff members take great care to meet the individual needs of each resident. Not only that, they have provided tremendous support to our family throughout the entire process. The administrative staff are easy to talk to and have always been open to ideas, questions, etc. It’s a tough road when family members get to this point, but I highly recommend checking into the Arbors. It is comforting to know that our family member is being well cared for.

Julia Pomeroy

5.0 rating

Our Mom lived at Arbors for 15 months. Everyone cared about her and for her. She was clean, happy, medicated as directed by her Doctors. We lost her today and cried with the people who cared for her. Every question we had along the way was answered quickly. She was treated with dignity always and with a loving touch by all. Thank you Arbors staff.

Pamela J. Palmer

5.0 rating

I have had three family members live here at various times. It is an excellent care home for people with memory / dementia challenges. The owners are a family who created the facility and actively manages it. They are onsite and care about the residents well being.

Lesieli Tangitau

5.0 rating

Jennifer Trefz

5.0 rating

Bus Stops

Bay F

3.2 miles away

Bay E

3.2 miles away

Bay G

3.2 miles away

Bay D

3.2 miles away

Bay H

3.2 miles away


Safeway (Albertsons) 2656

1.0 miles away

Smith's (Kroger)

1.4 miles away

FoodMaxx (Save Mart)

1.8 miles away

Grocery Outlet

2.7 miles away


2.9 miles away


Wells Fargo

1.8 miles away

WestStar Credit Union

5.9 miles away

Bank of America

5.9 miles away

Heritage Bank of Nevada a division of Glacier Bank

6.0 miles away

Nevada State Bank

6.0 miles away

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