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Prices for Assisted Living in Durham start at $4,000.00.
"Dad is in Jua Valley Family Care Home and they only have a maximum of three patients in there. It is very clean. The doors and windows are alarmed but they are not locked. So, if he goes outside,..." More
"We had my mom at Durham Ridge for a while and the facility was very nice. I was very impressed with the place. It seemed to be very well run. Their staff are very nice. They have various activities..." More
"Our experience at Croasdaile Village was nice. The community itself is nice and very large. The staff is great, and they have an abundance of personnel there. I didn’t get to see any rooms since..." More
"I am a family member my aunt been leaving at carillion for over a year one day around 9pm me and my friend decided to pass by and say hello to her she stays at the assisted side when we got to the..." More
"Atria Southpoint Walk is a very nice place. If you wish to stay there for a month, you don’t have to have a long term contract, and that is fine. I've never had any problems with any of the staff..." More
"We moved my mom in to Eno Point Assisted Living around September 3 or 4. I like best their staff-to-patient ratio. I also like that it is an older facility and so the rooms are larger. Mom is in a..." More
"I've got my mom in a place called Wynwood of Chapel Hill. All of the employees are very nice. On my initial visit, I felt very welcome; people were talking to me and asking me if I needed help,..." More
"I'm very familiar with Brookdale Meadowmont, and it is a fantastic facility. I have friends there, and it is wonderful. The food has varied though. My friend who is still there says that the food..." More
"I would be confident placing a loved one with dementia here if staying home were not an option. It is safe, beautiful and luminous. Caregiver to resident ratio was impressive as well as interaction.
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