2 Memory Care Facilities in Sussex County, NJ

Ave Care at Newton, Inc.

Provides: Memory Care
85-1/2 Trinity Street,, Newton, NJ 07860
"My Mom had been suffering with Dementia for many years. For the last 2+ years we had thought we found a nice facility but it turned out to be just the opposite. As the saying goes "You can't judge..." More

Barn Hill Care Center

Provides: Memory Care
249 High Street, Newton, NJ 07860
"My wife was in Barn Hill, and I would say it was a nice place. I thought the care was very good. They even greeted me like an old friend. I liked it. She was in the Alzheimer's section, and they..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Sussex County

  • Review of Ave Care at Newton, Inc.

    Ave Care was very nice. The only thing that I wasn't crazy about was that the bathroom was not right in the room, instead, the residents have to share. However, the atmosphere was friendly and fami... Read more

    A Reviewer
  • Review of Ave Care at Newton, Inc.

    I like Ave Care. It is a little bit more inexpensive. It seems to be run by a couple that seems to care. Also, it is small. That’s probably my first choice at this point. Read more

    James111850950
  • Review of Barn Hill Care Center

    My wife was in Barn Hill, and I would say it was a nice place. I thought the care was very good. They even greeted me like an old friend. I liked it. She was in the Alzheimer's section, and they ta... Read more

    Eddie3

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