4 Memory Care Facilities in Madison County, ID

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Redstone Village

Provides: Memory Care
12000 Turnmeyer Drive, Huntsville, AL 35803
"Redstone Village is a Life Care CCRC nestled atop Farley Mountain in Southeast Huntsville, AL. We offer Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care Assisted Living, and Skilled..." More

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Dominion of Richmond - Richmond, KY

Provides: Memory Care
200 Meridian Way, Richmond, KY 40475
"Dominion of Richmond is a personal care home scheduled to open in the Fall of 2017. We offer personal care services and memory care to seniors living in Richmond, Kentucky. Our community will be..." More

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Beau Ridge

Provides: Memory Care
650 Highland Colony Parkway, Ridgeland, MS 39157
"My mother was a resident here and received excellent care. We used Covenant Care for Assisted Living and they were exceptional. The staff at Beau Ridge were very caring. This is an excellent..." More

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Homestead Assisted Living

Provides: Memory Care
407 and 408 West Main, Rexburg, ID 83440
"Accommodation, compassion, integrity and hard work are our core values. We pledge as a business and its employees that we will hold to these values in all transactions and interactions we have, and..." More

Memory Care near Madison County, ID

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Madison County

  • Review of Beau Ridge

    Beau Ridge has a room, but it is not a single room. Meaning the residents have to have roommates. They provide meals and laundry. They serve three meals a day. The staff member who assisted me was ... Read more

    KG
  • Review of Beau Ridge

    The staff and people that stay at Beau Ridge were very friendly. The rooms were small, but they were very clean and neat. The dining area was very pretty and clean as well. Read more

    Madison
  • Review of Beau Ridge

    My mother was a resident here and received excellent care. We used Covenant Care for Assisted Living and they were exceptional. The staff at Beau Ridge were very caring. This is an excellent facili... Read more

    sthornton

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