2 Memory Care Facilities in Lee County, IA

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The Kensington – Fort Madison

Provides: Memory Care
2210 Ave H, Fort Madison, IA 52627
"What is it that makes any house a home? It's when you belong to the family inside. And each one of our residences is home to a unique family, a circle that encompasses both residents and staff.In..." More

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Sunnybrook at Ft. Madison

Provides: Memory Care
5025 River Valley Road, Fort Madison, IA 52627
"My husband is going to start at Sunnybrook on Monday, and it’s just 6 miles away. It’s assisted living, but It has a dementia unit, and you furnish everything. The people that work there seemed to..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Lee County

  • Review of Sunnybrook at Ft. Madison

    My husband is going to start at Sunnybrook on Monday, and it’s just 6 miles away. It’s assisted living, but It has a dementia unit, and you furnish everything. The people that work there seemed to ... Read more

    Karen
  • Review of Sunnybrook at Ft. Madison

    It is very comfortable. We have much privacy if we desire. I have made some new and wonderful friendships at Sunny Brook. I appreciate the staff doing the best they can to helping aide me in any ti... Read more

    Janet Clarkson
  • Review of Sunnybrook at Ft. Madison

    Sunnybrook of Fort Madison is a great place for your families to go when they can't live at home anymore. They are very welcoming and have a great activity program. The staff are wonderful. Read more

    Smarts

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