12 Memory Care Facilities near Mechanicsburg, PA
There are 12 Memory Care Facilities in the Mechanicsburg area, with 2 in Mechanicsburg and 10 nearby.
The average cost of memory care in Mechanicsburg is $2,845 per month. This is lower than the national median of $4,880.
To help you with your search, browse the 89 reviews below for memory care facilities in Mechanicsburg. On average, consumers rate memory care in Mechanicsburg 3.5 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Harrisburg with an average rating of 3.9 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Mechanicsburg
Review of Country Meadows of Mechanicsburg (West Shore)
My parents are in Country Meadows of Mechanicsburg. It's very nice, very clean, and very friendly. They both like their rooms, they love the food, they love the staff, and my mom kept saying over a... Read more
Review of Brookdale Grandon Farms
Brookdale was fine, clean, and had very nice rooms and very suitable one-bedroom apartments. They had buses that took them to different activities, bingo, and games. They had an area where they cou... Read more
Review of Brookdale Grandon Farms
My impression of Brookdale Grandon Farms was good, but my mom did not like it. Nevertheless, it was everything I thought it was going to be. The apartments were nice. The dining area and the small ... Read more
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