25 Memory Care Facilities in Santa Clara County, CA
The average cost of memory care in Santa Clara County is $4,700 per month. This is lower than the national median of $4,899. Cheaper nearby regions include Alameda with an average starting cost of $4,486.
To help you with your search, browse the 363 reviews below for memory care facilities in Santa Clara County. On average, consumers rate memory care in Santa Clara County 4.1 out of 5 stars.
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Memory Care near Santa Clara County, CA
Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Santa Clara
Review of Regency of Evergreen Valley
Regency of Evergreen Valley is a fairly modern community and was under new ownership about seven years ago. We chose this place because they had no deficiencies as far as fire inspections are conce... Read more
Review of Sunrise of Palo Alto
Sunrise of Palo Alto is new, has a very nice floor plan, and is open. They have a very nice staff. The rooms are average-sized, and they have lots of activities. It was very pleasant. The food look... Read more
Review of Belmont Village San Jose
I'm quite satisfied here in Belmont Village. Our only problem right now is that we have to stay in our rooms because some people have the flu. The staff members are very helpful and do a good job. ... Read more
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