3 Memory Care Facilities in Monroe County, IN

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BeeHive Homes of Bloomington

Provides: Memory Care
2306 West 3rd Street, Bloomington, IN 47404
" While BeeHive Homes of Bloomington is a locally owned and operated assisted living, we are just one of 186 locations across the US. BeeHive assisted living all began in 1987 when Twayne Walker..." More

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Hearthstone Health Campus

Provides: Memory Care
3043 North Lintel Drive, Bloomington, IN 47404
"Hearthstone Health Campus in conveniently located at the corner of Indiana 46 West and North Curry Pike in Bloomington, Indiana; a community where one can enjoy urban amenities like a thriving arts..." More

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Autumn Hills Alzheimer's Special Care...

Provides: Memory Care
3203 E Moores Pike Rd, Bloomington, IN 47401
"I would highly recommend Autumn Hills for a love one. The facility is made for the residents to feel at home, no restrictions as to where they can go inside the facility other than like the..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Monroe County

  • Review of Autumn Hills Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    I would highly recommend Autumn Hills for a love one. The facility is made for the residents to feel at home, no restrictions as to where they can go inside the facility other than like the kitch... Read more

    t wright
  • Review of Autumn Hills Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    My mom was at Autumn Hills Alzheimer's Special Care Center. It's a very pretty and homey place. The rooms are nice, and they had roommates. Financially, we could not keep her there any longer becau... Read more

    Linda281826
  • Review of Autumn Hills Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    We have been extremely pleased with the care our mother has received. There are some outstanding caregivers and administrators who constantly strive to improve the care the residents get. Since Alz... Read more

    CG2710

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