4 Memory Care Facilities in Howard County, MD

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Sunrise of Columbia

Provides: Memory Care
6500 Freetown Road, Columbia, MD 21044
"Just minutes from I-95, Howard County General Hospital and the Mall in Columbia, Sunrise of Columbia is nestled in a quiet, residential neighborhood between the Atholton High School athletic fields..." More

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Brighton Gardens of Columbia

Provides: Memory Care
7110 Minstrel Way, Columbia, MD 21045
"Discover our beautifully landscaped courtyard and gardens, enjoy our fine cuisine or join in an activity or social group. At Brighton Gardens, we have an abundance of ways to make your life here..." More

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Somerford Place of Columbia

Provides: Memory Care
8220 Snowden River Parkway, Columbia, MD 21045
"This is the best place around. Go nowhere else. The staff here are beautiful people and the level of care exceptional. " More

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Shangrila Senior Living

Provides: Memory Care
4475 Montgomery Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043
"Welcome to Shangri-La Senior Living of Ellicott City, Howard County’s premier assisted living and retirement community. Our 60 apartment community is conveniently located in Ellicott City and..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Howard County

  • Review of Somerford Place of Columbia

    This is the best place around. Go nowhere else. The staff here are beautiful people and the level of care exceptional. Read more

    Ken K.
  • Review of Somerford Place of Columbia

    I found Somerford Place Columbia to be a very customized and family oriented place. It feels very much like home. The staff are very friendly and happy. Their rooms are just of the right size; they... Read more

    Steve111192950
  • Review of Somerford Place of Columbia

    We chose the Somerford Place because it has what we were looking for. It is a smaller facility. It is very family-oriented. It is fairly clean. If there is anything they need to improve on it would... Read more

    anonymous101166550

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