4 Memory Care Facilities in Carroll County, MD

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Inspirations Memory Care of Westminster

Provides: Memory Care
2550 Bird View Rd, Westminster, MD 21157
"We selected Inspirations Memory Care of Westminster because it's not institutional looking. It's a smaller facility and more like living at home, at least for our family. The staff members were..." More

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Copper Ridge

Provides: Memory Care
710 Obrecht Road, Sykesville, MD 21784
"Copper Ridge was what we wanted for my mother-in-law, but it is extremely expensive. They won't even take her because you have to have at least $300,000 in the bank before they accept you. On top..." More

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Carroll Senior Living

Provides: Memory Care
45 Washington Road, Westminster, MD 21157
"Located on a hill, our two-floor retirement community offers a total of 54 senior apartments, 14 of which are in our Memory Care neighborhood. Some are furnished, and all have private, wheelchair..." More

Brightview Westminster Ridge

Provides: Memory Care
505 High Acre Dr., Westminster, MD 21157
"Independent Living seniors can experience a more manageable lifestyle, free from the hassles of home maintenance and housekeeping. Brightview Westminster Ridge offers a beautiful combination of..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Carroll County

  • Review of Copper Ridge

    We chose Copper Ridge because the care is superior compared to others and they take Medicaid. We know that if all of the money is gone, they won't turn us onto the streets like some of the other pl... Read more

    Karen
  • Review of Inspirations Memory Care of Westminster

    We selected Inspirations Memory Care of Westminster because it's not institutional looking. It's a smaller facility and more like living at home, at least for our family. The staff members were ver... Read more

    Howard
  • Review of Copper Ridge

    Copper Ridge was what we wanted for my mother-in-law, but it is extremely expensive. They won't even take her because you have to have at least $300,000 in the bank before they accept you. On top o... Read more

    Laura

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