4 Memory Care Facilities in Monroe County, MI

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Aspen Grove

Provides: Memory Care
7515 Secor Road, Lambertville, MI 48144
"Discover Aspen Grove, a warm and inviting Assisted Living and Memory Care community tucked among a calming wooded area in Lambertville, MI. Our goal is to enrich the lives of residents by providing..." More

Brookdale Monroe

Provides: Memory Care
1615 Fredericks Drive, Monroe, MI 48162
"My dad is a resident there and I am very pleased with Brookdale. The staff is very friendly and very helpful and caring. It's a clean facility and they have frequent outings for the residents. " More

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Vibrant Life Senior Living

Provides: Memory Care
667 W. Sterns, Temperance, MI 48182
"Our caring staff is specially trained to help residents every day and follow the Vibrant Life Philosophy. This means making each moment of each day count by giving our residents not only quality..." More

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Vibrant Life Senior Living - Garden L...

Provides: Memory Care
7340 Jackman Road, Temperance, MI 48182
"Vibrant Life Senior Living care team provides compassionate care and 24-hour supervision in a comfortable environment that feels like home. Our senior care, especially in dementia, is constantly..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Monroe County

  • Review of Brookdale Monroe

    My dad is a resident there and I am very pleased with Brookdale. The staff is very friendly and very helpful and caring. It's a clean facility and they have frequent outings for the residents. Read more

    JanieM
  • Review of Brookdale Monroe

    I am a counselor, so I was doing some searches for my client. I was able to visit a facility in the Monroe County area named Clare Bridge. My overall experience with it went well. The staff that as... Read more

    Caring107252350
  • Review of Brookdale Monroe

    Clare Bridge was very clean and homey.It was almost like you were walking into someone's home. I think they were set up for only 18 people. They had a waiting list though and they were full. The st... Read more

    Joan34

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