2 Memory Care Facilities in Livingston County, MI

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Ashley Court of Brighton

Provides: Memory Care
7400 Challis Road of Brighton, Brighton, MI 48116
"Great place with wonderful staff! My mom has many special needs and the staff is wonderful and the management has been so easy to work with. The staff to patient ratio is above average, the care..." More

Patti Lewis Care Home

Provides: Memory Care
"Our parents received the best personal care one could possible ask for from a care home. Every staff member is committed to their role in helping your loved one thrive each day. Meds and other..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Livingston County

  • Review of Ashley Court of Brighton

    If I could give this facility a zero star I would. My mother was at Ashley Court for two years in building two. At one time it was a great facility. But the last year that mom was there it was h... Read more

    Donna Runner
  • Review of Patti Lewis Care Home

    Our parents received the best personal care one could possible ask for from a care home. Every staff member is committed to their role in helping your loved one thrive each day. Meds and other tim... Read more

    Lynne Kooz
  • Review of Ashley Court of Brighton

    Great place with wonderful staff! My mom has many special needs and the staff is wonderful and the management has been so easy to work with. The staff to patient ratio is above average, the care re... Read more

    Sherry Peterson

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