Memory Care Facilities in Tuolumne County
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There are 3 Alzheimers care facilities in Tuolumne and in the nearby area. Starting costs for the Tuolumne area range from $2495 to $3700, with an average of $2998. The average rating of Alzheimers care facilities in Tuolumne is 3.1 out of 5 stars. .
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Review of Skyline Place
I am impressed with Skyline Place, the things they do, and how they help the memory care folks. The environment was very good and upbeat. The rooms were large, and the dining room was pleasant and ... Read more
Review of Oak Terrace Memory Care
My mother is staying at Oak Terrace. So far, it's been great. The only thing I have had a problem with is when they say that you put down money to reserve the room, they don't explain to you that i... Read more
Review of Casa Viejos
My overall experience with Casa Viejos was good. The rooms were nice, we looked at the dining area, and it was very nice and clean. The staff was very nice, very knowledgeable, and very caring. The... Read more
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