4 Memory Care Facilities in Indian River County, FL

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The Brennity at Vero Beach

Provides: Memory Care
7955 16th Manor, Vero Beach, FL 32966
"The Brennity at Vero Beach is a preferred retirement community in the Vero Beach, FL area. Located on 38.5 acres, The Brennity at Vero Beach offers independent living cottages and apartments,..." More

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HarborChase of Vero Beach

Provides: Memory Care
4150 Indian River Blvd, Vero Beach, FL 32967
"HarborChase was a very nice, clean place, but they don’t have as many people involved with the residents. It’s very close in location. It didn’t impress me as much as the others." More

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Solaris Senior Living Vero Beach

Provides: Memory Care
3855 Indian River Boulevard, Vero Beach, FL 32960
"My husband is in Solaris Senior Living Vero Beach. It’s a very nice place, and the people who worked there are very friendly. It looked very nice, everything looked clean, and it’s 10 mins from my..." More

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Brookdale Vero Beach South

Provides: Memory Care
420 4th Court, Vero Beach, FL 32962
"NO, "Friend of Family" reviewer. Residents do NOT need lemonade and other junk liquids for "hydration". You need twice as much of that to equal one serving WATER. It's WATER seniors and dementia..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Indian River County

  • Review of Solaris Senior Living Vero Beach

    My husband is in Solaris Senior Living Vero Beach. It’s a very nice place, and the people who worked there are very friendly. It looked very nice, everything looked clean, and it’s 10 mins from my ... Read more

    Elisabeth
  • Review of HarborChase of Vero Beach

    HarborChase was a very nice, clean place, but they don’t have as many people involved with the residents. It’s very close in location. It didn’t impress me as much as the others. Read more

    Elisabeth
  • Review of Brookdale Vero Beach South

    NO, "Friend of Family" reviewer. Residents do NOT need lemonade and other junk liquids for "hydration". You need twice as much of that to equal one serving WATER. It's WATER seniors and dementia re... Read more

    alyr

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