30 Memory Care Facilities Near Fort Lauderdale, FL
There are a total of 30 Memory Care in the Fort Lauderdale area, with 2 in Fort Lauderdale and 28 nearby.
The average cost of memory care in Fort Lauderdale is $4,057 per month.
To help you with your search, browse the 466 reviews below for alzheimers care facilities in Fort Lauderdale. On average, consumers rate memory care in Fort Lauderdale 4.3 out of 5 stars.
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2 Memory Care Facilities in Fort Lauderdale, FL
28 Memory Care Facilities near Fort Lauderdale, FL
Review of Willow Wood
My mom is a resident of Brookdale Willow Wood. It is a very large, nice community. I really like it. The dining room is nice. They have a big common room. The people are always friendly. They all l... Read more
Review of Symphony at the Waterways
Symphony Waterways is amazing. It's fantastic, brand new, and gorgeous. I'm sure people would be very impressed. If you can pay the money, it's a lovely place to go. It has beautiful view and you c... Read more
Review of Willow Wood
Brookdale Willow Wood is a very warm place. This is the place I am going to be at, and I am very satisfied with all the care that I was given. They really worked with me. Everything was so warm. I ... Read more
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