Memory Care Facilities in Racine County
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There are 7 Alzheimers care facilities in Racine and in the nearby area. Starting costs for the Racine area range from $3530 to $4800, with an average of $3950. The average rating of Alzheimers care facilities in Racine is 4.3 out of 5 stars. Cheaper nearby regions include Burlington with an average starting at cost of $3850 .
Review of Arbor View
18-20 residents in a unit, small facility, good staff ratio, daily in-house activities, home cooked food. Staff are friendly/accessible to both residents and visitors. Resident mixture of dementia ... Read more
Review of Pine Brook Pointe
Mother moved into Pine Brook 3 months ago, and she has a room in the memory care. There were about 10 people in the memory unit and around 60 overall. It's right in town, and it takes me only 7 min... Read more
Review of St. Monica's Senior Living
I toured this facility with a relative that we were contemplating encouraging to live at this facility. The general atmosphere in the facility was okay. Some of the decorations were outdated and fi... Read more
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