9 Memory Care Facilities in San Francisco County, CA

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Caring Star 2012

Providence Place

Provides: Memory Care
2456 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94115
"Providence Place is much smaller and intimate than other communities, and it's more folksy. You get this impression that they have experience in dealing with their residents' situations. The..." More

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AlmaVia of San Francisco

Provides: Memory Care
One Thomas More Way, San Francisco, CA 94132
" Nestled in a quiet neighborhood near Lake Merced, AlmaVia of San Francisco provides high-quality comprehensive assisted living and memory care for Bay Area seniors. With a church and school..." More

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AgeSong University

Provides: Memory Care
350 University St., San Francisco, CA 94134
"AgeSong University, occupies a historic site that has served the evolving the needs of San Francisco’s elders since 1884. Set in the city’s peaceful Portola District, the original property was..." More

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The Village at Hayes Valley

Provides: Memory Care
624 Laguna Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
"Located within one of San Francisco's most cultural neighborhoods, just blocks away from the promenade along Octavia Boulevard and the SFJAZZ Center, our community blends quality senior care onto..." More

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Sagebrook San Francisco

Provides: Memory Care
2750 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94118
"Sagebrook Senior Living at San Francisco provides residential, emotional and physical care and support for older adults. We are close to several major hospitals, have well-trained caregivers in..." More

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Caring Star 2015

Cypress at Golden Gate

Provides: Memory Care
1601 19th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122
" Independent Senior Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care in San Francisco, California. Make yourself at home at the Vintage Golden Gate in San Francisco, California. It's a friendly,..." More

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Rhoda Goldman Plaza

Provides: Memory Care
2180 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
"Our community is dedicated and structured to help older adults maintain and enhance their lifestyle while remaining active and involved. Our apartments, dining options, activities, staff,..." More

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Coventry Place San Francisco

Provides: Memory Care
1550 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
" Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Independent Senior Living in San Francisco, California. " More

Autumn Glow

Provides: Memory Care
654 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in San Francisco County

  • Review of Providence Place

    Providence Place is much smaller and intimate than other communities, and it's more folksy. You get this impression that they have experience in dealing with their residents' situations. The manage... Read more

    Mary
  • Review of Providence Place

    Providence Place felt like home inside and not institutional. I wanted a place where my husband would go and family would feel comfortable visiting him. They have a more structured setting in a way... Read more

    Callie115475
  • Review of Providence Place

    At Providence Place, the staff showed me the whole building. They had an activity room and dining room. The room was very cozy and had one person to a room. It was small but felt homey. The person ... Read more

    Sue842116

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