66 Memory Care Facilities Near Santa Clarita, CA
There are a total of 66 Memory Care in the Santa Clarita area, with 2 in Santa Clarita and 64 nearby.
The average cost of memory care in Santa Clarita is $4,995 per month.
To help you with your search, browse the 561 reviews below for alzheimers care facilities in Santa Clarita. On average, consumers rate memory care in Santa Clarita 4.3 out of 5 stars.
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2 Memory Care Facilities in Santa Clarita, CA
64 Memory Care Facilities near Santa Clarita, CA
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Review of Oakmont of Santa Clarita
Beautiful. Some very caring staff. A few Nazi like "my way or the highway" types. Ran out of eggs TWICE. How does a place that serves breakfast every day run out of eggs??? Why the 2 star rating? I... Read more
Review of Atria Santa Clarita
Not a good place for someone who has Alzheimer's. They are not trained to care for someone with Alzheimer's. No assisted living facilitiy is, even though they have a memory care unit. My aunt was k... Read more
Review of Atria Santa Clarita
In December we looked at Atria and had the tour and were happy with the care that my aunt was going to get and the activities. But by the time we moved her in, this month, they were under new owner... Read more
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