6 Memory Care Facilities in Virginia Beach City County, VA
The average cost of memory care in Virginia Beach City County is $3,982 per month. This is lower than the national median of $4,881. Cheaper nearby regions include Chesapeake City with an average starting cost of $3,281.
To help you with your search, browse the 119 reviews below for memory care facilities in Virginia Beach City County. On average, consumers rate memory care in Virginia Beach City County 4.0 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Norfolk City with an average rating of 4.1 out of 5 stars.
Caring.com has helped 16 families in Virginia Beach City County find high-quality senior care. To speak with one of our Family Advisors about memory care options and costs in Virginia Beach City County, call (855) 863-8283.
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Memory Care near Virginia Beach City County, VA
Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Virginia Beach City
Review of Brookdale Virginia Beach
Brookdale Virginia Beach is awesome. They do a lot of paintings, games, reading, puzzles, take them out, and have birds on site. Mom's room is very nice and very spacious. They have common areas, a... Read more
Review of The Gardens of Virginia Beach
The rooms and closet space at The Gardens of Virginia Beach were small. The staff was very nice. When I was there, some residents were coming back from doing shopping and some were in a reading act... Read more
Review of The Gardens of Virginia Beach
Since my mother doesn't speak English, The Gardens was my second option. They have a staff who speaks Greek, that's why I almost put my mother there. I felt she would be more comfortable there beca... Read more
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