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Prices for Assisted Living in Burlington start at $1,800.00.
"My brother and I placed our father with WCS twice during the last 2-3 years. WCS is a top notch facility with the most caring staff. They were very innovative in making efforts to accommodate Dad..." More
"My mother is in Burlington Manor. They have been very caring, very thorough and they’ve done a very good job in taking care of her. She is in a large private room and she has plenty of space. They..." More
"Golden Years has me on the fence for a few reasons. The staff was wonderful; nice and energetic and very intelligent. The grounds and some of the things I noticed with the building just did not sit..." More
"My brother was at Southern Seasons Retire Home. The lady who bought it told me that she would make a lot of improvements like a paint job. It needed a lot of updating. She hadn't done anything yet...." More
"My grandmother is in Springview, and it is wonderful. They call me if she's having a bad day. They took her to the hospital twice, and they are taking care of all her medical needs. The staff is..." More
"It seemed like Home Place was very nice facility, they had a very limited number of memory care patients. The staff seemed to be really nice and the rooms were very comfortable and clean. Every..." More
"This is a very small to medium sized facility only holding about room for about 70 guests. The area outside did not impress me enough. I was looking fro more flowers especially something more..." More
"Elon Village Homes would not be my very first pick if you are looking for senior assisted living. For one it is not a pure assisted living facility as there is a mixture of a little younger crowd..." More
"I think they had a lot of interaction among their residents at Blakey Hall. They also had sofas, chairs, and tables in the hallways where people can sit and talk. They had a friendly atmosphere...." More
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