Memory Care Facilities in San Joaquin County
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There are 10 Alzheimers care facilities in San Joaquin and in the nearby area. Starting costs for the San Joaquin area range from $2065 to $5820, with an average of $3435. The average rating of Alzheimers care facilities in San Joaquin is 4.1 out of 5 stars. Cheaper nearby regions include Tracy with an average starting at cost of $3207 .
Review of Golden Haven
Golden Haven is a facility that is very specific for Alzheimer's and dementia patients only. The facility inside is great. It's very clean. The support staff is really unique. They take really good... Read more
Review of Villa Marche
Clean, good food, friendly owner and administration. Needs front entry cleaned up. Read more
Review of Astoria Senior Living
Astoria Gardens is the newest one here and it’s close to home. The facility is very clean and smells nice. My grandmother has been there a month now. They have a really good dining room service. Sh... Read more
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