12 Memory Care Facilities near Washington, DC
There are 12 Memory Care Facilities in the Washington area, with 4 in Washington and 8 nearby.
The average cost of memory care in Washington is $6,488 per month. This is higher than the national median of $4,901. Cheaper nearby regions include Arlington with an average starting cost of $5,124.
To help you with your search, browse the 73 reviews below for memory care facilities in Washington. On average, consumers rate memory care in Washington 4.3 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Mclean with an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars.
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4 Memory Care Facilities in Washington, DC
8 Memory Care Facilities near Washington, DC
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Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Washington
Review of Sunrise on Connecticut Avenue
I like Sunrise on Connecticut Avenue better because they offer more, and they have more 1-on-1 care. Others would have like 20 people to take care for 1 person. The room was clean and roomy like a ... Read more
Review of Grand Oaks Assisted Living
I was very impressed with Grand Oaks. I liked it best of all in the Washington DC area. The community life seemed very nice. I liked everything about it including the location. The staff was wonder... Read more
Review of Sunrise on Connecticut Avenue
We were impressed with Sunrise on Connecticut. It was very attractive with high ceilings, lots of lights, and comfortable furnishings. The people we spoke to were extremely professional, very frien... Read more
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