4 Memory Care Facilities in Grand Junction, CO
The average cost of memory care in Grand Junction is $5,367 per month. This is higher than the national median of $4,592.
To help you with your search, browse the 5 reviews below for memory care facilities in Grand Junction. On average, consumers rate memory care in Grand Junction 4.0 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Grand Junction
Review of Cappella of Grand Junction
My sister is in the memory care of Capella of Grand Junction. It's airy, open, and sunny. They're very caring, well-trained, and she's getting very good care. The rooms are apartment-like, roomy, a... Read more
Review of Aspen Ridge Alzheimer's Special Care Center
We visited Aspen Ridge, and it was not as open, airy, and sunny as the other place. It seemed dark and crowded in terms of space. It was all on one floor. I met the director. Read more
Review of Vineyards Memory Care
The quality of care is amazing! The staff takes great care of the residents. They actually LOVE them! The staff is extremely easy to work with and I truly appreciate the love and care they show to ... Read more
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