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Prices for Assisted Living in Maryville start at $2,095.00.
"I am very pleased with everything at Brookdale Browns Creek. It is small, and I think that would be good for my mom. The people that I met have been very helpful and accommodating. I have great..." More
"When I visited this facility, I felt like the staff was very friendly. There did seem to be a shortage of staff, but everyone was kind and willing to help. They directed me to the area I needed to..." More
"The staff at Liberty Assisted Living is all good. It’s a double room; I have a bathroom in the room. I wish it was a little bit bigger. The dining area has individual tables with four people at a..." More
"Morningview is assisted living but they also offer a separate rehab. My mom is a resident in their assisted living. We looked at other facilities, and out of all of them, we felt that this one..." More
"My mother-in-law is in Ashbury Place, and the staff seems to be at an appropriate level. We have been pleased with the care she is receiving, and she likes the care also. The food seems nice, and..." More
"My mom is in Williamsburg Villas. I like that they are very caring. They take good care of mom. We are very pleased with her being there. I will very much recommend it to others. The rooms are very..." More
"She has an apartment at Manorhouse Assisted Living, and it is very nice. It has a living room, bathroom, and a large bedroom. The facility is in a residential area with a neighborhood all around it.
"I chose Brookdale for my father because they allowed us to have his dog in the room. The staff is very friendly and patient with Dad because he is having a pretty hard adjustment. They are also..." More
"My grandfather has lived at Elmcroft of West Knoxville for about a year and a half now, and I just want everyone to know that this place is absolutely the best around. My wife and I toured just..." More
"My husband was in Atria Weston Place. It was a fantastic place. It was family-oriented. It was on the expensive side, but it was well worth it. He was very well taken care of. It was a smaller..." More
"My mom lived at Heritage Assisted Living for three years. It was an okay facility. They have very big rooms and they have good food. They really care about the people that live there. They have..." More
"Positives:1. It was inexpensive to live at the facility. My mother was on a limited income from her disability and the facility worked with her income to get her an apartment there that was within..." More
"Wellsprings’ is a little bit smaller than what my father wanted. It’s only five people, he needed something a little bit larger, but it was great. They took care of him and they treated him well...." More
"I like the quality of care that they give my friend and the enthusiasm of the staff. They seem to be very caring. They are all full time with benefits, so they care about their job, and many of..." More
"My mom lived in the retirement apartments in west Knoxville and is now in the Assisted Living. I always feel guilty that I don't let her live with me. When I comment, HER comment is that she is..." More
"My grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease around 15 years ago. Part of the blow to the family was the agony of knowing that she had to go to a nursing home, where we had to relinquish..." More
"This nursing home was very appealing "from the curb." The facility was very pretty and had nice landscaping. The only exterior problem was a need for a paint job. The entrance was not too flashy,..." More
"I was at first happy with visiting this facility as the staff seemed professional and the facility was clean and up to date. After I had visited this facility and one of the patients a few times, I..." More
"This facility is a very small unit that is a part of Baptist Hospital/Mercy Hospital. When I visited the facility, I noticed that the staff were very good about doing their jobs, however I also saw..." More
"This facility is one of the worst ones I have visited. NHC has several facilities in the area, but Fort Sanders is by far the thorn in their side. They cannot keep a staff because they have nurses..." More
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