12 Memory Care Facilities in Milwaukee County, WI
The average cost of memory care in Milwaukee County is $4,051 per month. This is lower than the national median of $4,899. Cheaper nearby regions include Racine with an average starting cost of $3,967.
To help you with your search, browse the 74 reviews below for memory care facilities in Milwaukee County. On average, consumers rate memory care in Milwaukee County 4.0 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Racine with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Milwaukee
Review of St. Anne's Salvatorian Campus
St. Anne's Salvatorian Campus was OK. There's nothing wrong with it. It's clean, and that's what you look for in a facility. Why we didn't choose to consider that as a future home for my husband is... Read more
Review of HarborChase of Shorewood
My mother is happy at HarborChase of Shorewood and I like it as well. Her room is very spacious, very clean, very up-to-date, and new. The people are very nice and kind. I saw a lot of amenities. T... Read more
Review of St. Anne's Salvatorian Campus
St. Anne's Salvatorian Campus provides us with three meals a day and a number of different types of games like Pokeno, Bingo, and some lawn games like croquet. We do a number of things and we have ... Read more
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