2 Memory Care Facilities in Grand Traverse County, MI
To help you with your search, browse the 6 reviews below for memory care facilities in Grand Traverse County. On average, consumers rate memory care in Grand Traverse County 4.2 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Grand Traverse
Review of Cherry Hill Haven
My mother-in-law was extremely impaired with blindness and memory loss when she moved in. We were afraid of how she'd handle the transition, but it turns out they were so kind and loving with her ... Read more
Review of Bay Ridge Assisted Living Center
Bay Ridge was nice. It’s very big; probably the biggest I've seen. I got the feeling that the rooms were small, but we have lots of friends there, and they say it’s really nice and enjoy it. You ca... Read more
Review of Cherry Hill Haven
I went to check out Cherry Hill Haven, and the facility looked very nice. Their memory care unit was nice as well. The workers that I talked to seemed very friendly and knowledgeable. Read more
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