24 Memory Care Facilities Near Salt Lake City, UT
There are a total of 24 Memory Care in the Salt Lake City area, with 9 in Salt Lake City and 15 nearby.
The average cost of memory care in Salt Lake City is $3,491 per month.
To help you with your search, browse the 273 reviews below for alzheimers care facilities in Salt Lake City. On average, consumers rate memory care in Salt Lake City 4.3 out of 5 stars.
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9 Memory Care Facilities in Salt Lake City, UT
15 Memory Care Facilities near Salt Lake City, UT
Review of The Ridge
Having reviewed several senior living centers I found TheRidge to be far superior in its level of caregiving thought to design detail, activities offered and food quality. My mother is very happy ... Read more
Review of The Ridge
I moved in last June to The Ridge. The place is very clean and nice. The staff is very nice and outstanding. The food is good. I'm having problems with miscommunication with them taking me to docto... Read more
Review of Coventry at Cottonwood Heights
Coventry at Cottonwood Heights is good. The rooms are adequate with what the residents need. The amenities and activities are very good. My father's stay here has been excellent. I will recommend t... Read more
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