2 Memory Care Facilities in Middlesex County, CT
The average cost of memory care in Middlesex County is $4,349 per month. This is lower than the national median of $4,886. Cheaper nearby regions include New Haven with an average starting cost of $4,219.
To help you with your search, browse the 17 reviews below for memory care facilities in Middlesex County. On average, consumers rate memory care in Middlesex County 4.3 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include New London with an average rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars.
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Memory Care near Middlesex County, CT
Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Middlesex
Review of The Saybrook at Haddam
The Saybrook at Haddam was very good. The administrator showed us around the different areas, we also had lunch there and got to speak with some of the residents. It was a very nice place and they ... Read more
Review of The Village at South Farms
The Village at South Farms was beautiful, and we loved it. We saw a clean one-bedroom apartment. The staff was very friendly and professional. The dining area looked very nice. Read more
Review of The Saybrook at Haddam
I visit the community regularly and always have a wonderful experience. The Saybrook is a beautiful community, lovely apartments, plenty to do every day, and a caring staff. I could not ask for m... Read more
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