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Prices for Independent Living in Washington County start at $1,924.00.
"Mom has been at Edgewood Downs for the last six weeks now. We chose it because it was clean. The people were very friendly and personable. They looked happy and smiling. They have a chapel and a..." More
"My mom is in Village of Forest Glen. It sounds kind of strange, but we chose it because it has a bathtub. It is a very homey place, and it is more appropriate for my mother than the other places...." More
"Hearthstone At Murrayhill has a good sense of community. They have a different set up than some of the places we looked at. They are more focused on the people. They have church services and a..." More
"We liked the Beaverton Lodge a lot. The owner cares a lot, takes interest in what's going on, and does nice upgrades. The setting was lovely. Very nice folks took me around. It just seemed like a..." More
"The staff at Creekside was extremely helpful, friendly, informative, and excellent. I was most impressed by the social atmosphere. The dining area was clean and organized and had very good food.
"Elms is pretty good. When I need to go to a facility in the future, I might consider going there. The building is modern and clean. It is a comfortable place." More
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