7 Memory Care Facilities near Port Orange, FL

2 Memory Care Facilities in Port Orange, FL

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Atria Port Orange

Provides: Memory Care
1675 Dunlawton Avenue, Port Orange, FL 32127
"Located in a residential neighborhood near Daytona Beach, Atria Port Orange is a vibrant community designed to help older people enjoy the benefits of an active lifestyle – and experience greater..." More

Grace Manor Port Orange

Provides: Memory Care
1321 Herbert Street, Port Orange, FL 32129
"An Abundant Life Our residents enjoy an abundance of amenities, from the comfort of private rooms decorated to reflect each unique preference, to the convenience of health and happiness..." More

5 Memory Care Facilities near Port Orange, FL

Heritage Waterside

Provides: Memory Care
3704 Cardinal Blvd. , Daytona Beach, FL 32118
"Heritage Waterside is proud to introduce a one of a kind Assisted Living and Memory Care Community located directly on the beautiful Halifax River. We are proud to offer many amenities and services..." More

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Gold Choice Senior Communities

Provides: Memory Care
1410 Hand Avenue, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
"Gold Choice Senior Communities in Central Florida is dedicated to bringing you and your loved ones quality assisted care at affordable rates. Our focus is on providing independence and commitment..." More

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Brookdale Ormond Beach West

Provides: Memory Care
240 Interchange Boulevard, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
"My husband has been in Brookdale Ormond Beach West since October. I chose it because it is a secure, clean place, and they always have nursing staff there. I like the ratio of the staff to..." More

Seasons by Riviera

Provides: Memory Care
515 Tomoka Avenue, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
"Seasons by Riviera was very nice, but the people that reside there were older than my husband and needed more care. The rooms were adequate though. " More

Lexington Place

Provides: Memory Care
301 S Myrtle Ave, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
"The memory care staff is not trained properly to handle dementia patients if they show any type of aggression. They do know how to handle quiet residents but that is all. My father received the..." More

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