2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Durham County, North Carolina

Forest at Duke

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2701 Pickett Road, Durham, NC 27705
"Fabulous community. My mother spent her last year's here moving from a small apartment in assisted living through several levels of care (Alzheimer's) and ultimately into nursing care. Throughout..." More

Croasdaile Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2600 Croasdaile Farm Park, Suite A-500, Durham,...
"Croasdaile Village is a Methodist facility. It is very, very nice. Two friends that I have there, they shared a home when they were independent. Then as they needed more help, they moved into..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Durham
  • Review of Croasdaile Village

    Everything at Croasdaile Village was beautiful and well done, but it was very costly. They had really great activities, really nice landscaping, and wonderful workout room. The place was very well ... Read more

    Happy Daughter
  • Review of Forest at Duke

    I am from Durham and have gone to this facility many many times over the past decade to visit and assist a number of my older friends who have gone to live there. I have gotten to know many reside... Read more

    SeniorHelper23
  • Review of Forest at Duke

    Pressure sores and increased number of falls in the Forest at Duke Healthcare facility in the past few months. Inadequate staffing, lack of training, and neglect. A sepsis pressure sore and a strok... Read more

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