2 Memory Care Facilities in El Dorado County, CA

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Caring Star 2019

Eskaton Village Placerville

Provides: Memory Care
3380 Blairs Lane, Placerville, CA 95667
"Eskaton Placerville Memory Care was the fourth and last place my father lived with advanced Alzheimer's. They were by far the best. Their caregivers really do care and respond quickly to any..." More

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Caring Star 2015

Ponte Palmero

Provides: Memory Care
3081 Ponte Morino Drive, Cameron Park, CA 95682
"Ponte Palmero is a full service resort style retirement community that allows you to invest your retirement in making new memories with new friends while being free from home maintenance, routine..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in El Dorado County

  • Review of Eskaton Village Placerville

    Eskaton Placerville Memory Care was the fourth and last place my father lived with advanced Alzheimer's. They were by far the best. Their caregivers really do care and respond quickly to any reques... Read more

    cakaren
  • Review of Eskaton Village Placerville

    Wonderful place. My mother has been through all levels of care here, and at present is in memory care. It is very much her home and the staff is very kind. Read more

    LTWa
  • Review of Eskaton Village Placerville

    Our mother has been a resident at Eskaton Village Placerville for 7 years, mostly in Memory Village. It is difficult having a loved one with dementia, but everyone at Eskaton Village Placerville ha... Read more

    Marjorie

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