6 Memory Care Facilities near Vallejo, CA

2 Memory Care Facilities in Vallejo, CA

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Vista Prado

Provides: Memory Care
105 Power Drive, Vallejo, CA 94589
"I have my husband at Vista Prado. It's fine and he's getting along really well. I only go there twice a week and I know he's doing some of the activities. They get three meals a day. They help him..." More

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Oakwood Memory & Senior Care

Provides: Memory Care
1025 Oakwood Avenue, Vallejo, CA 94591
"Oakwood Memory & Senior Care is committed to providing the best possible care in a home like setting at a very reasonable price. We have private and semi-private rooms available, all with..." More

4 Memory Care Facilities near Vallejo, CA

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Pinole Senior Village

Provides: Memory Care
2850 Estate Avenue, Pinole, CA 94564
"We are firmly committed to providing the highest level of service to our valued residents, in an atmosphere that promotes total well-being and personal fulfillment. Pinole Senior Village's Team..." More

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Oakmont of Concord

Provides: Memory Care
1401 Civic Court, Concord, CA 94520
"Oakmont of Concord is a lovely retirement community situated on a lush campus with lovely views, industry renowned dining, and endless on-site amenities. We are also very close to shopping, fine..." More

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Meadows of Napa Valley

Provides: Memory Care
1800 Atrium Parkway, Napa, CA 94559
"The Meadows offers Apartment Homes in several styles, so you’re sure to find one that suits your needs. If you’ve never toured our lush 20-acre campus, you should schedule a visit soon, so that you..." More

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The Berkshire

Provides: Memory Care
2300 Brown Street, Napa, CA 94559
"The Berkshire is a State Licensed Residential Care Home for Seniors. It also has a specially designated area for Memory Care residents. It is located in Napa, California. It is family owned and..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Vallejo

  • Review of Vista Prado

    I have my husband at Vista Prado. It's fine and he's getting along really well. I only go there twice a week and I know he's doing some of the activities. They get three meals a day. They help him ... Read more

    Carol
  • Review of Vista Prado

    Overall, Vista Prado is pretty good. It's very clean. For the most part, the staff are all pretty nice except for two that are not as kind as the others per se. They seem they don't want to be ther... Read more

    Anonymous
  • Review of Vista Prado

    Caring staff focused on dementia and Alzheimer's care. A 35-min commute from work in Walnut Creek but only 15-20 min from Benicia. Read more

    andrewmeyer

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