2 Memory Care Facilities in Asheville, NC

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Brookdale Asheville Walden Ridge

Provides: Memory Care
4 Walden Ridge Drive, Asheville, NC 28803
"My husband is in Brookdale. It's excellent and great all the way around. They've been absolutely wonderful. It's clean, modern, comfortable, and cheerful. Everything is too expensive, but they're..." More

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The Crossings at Reynolds Mountain

Provides: Memory Care
41 Cobblers Way, Asheville, NC 28804
"The Crossings at Reynolds Mountain is a new 169 unit senior living community with 90 Independent Living, 55 Assisted Living and 24 Secured Assisted Living units located at Reynolds Mountain..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Asheville

  • Review of Brookdale Asheville Walden Ridge

    Please consider fully your decision before placing a family member at this facility. My father received substandard care. I am saddened, but not surprised that my Dad passed away over a week ago (w... Read more

    stein
  • Review of Brookdale Asheville Walden Ridge

    My husband is in Brookdale. It's excellent and great all the way around. They've been absolutely wonderful. It's clean, modern, comfortable, and cheerful. Everything is too expensive, but they're n... Read more

    mary522320
  • Review of Brookdale Asheville Walden Ridge

    I liked Brookdale Asheville Walden Ridge but didn't meet much of the staff. The rooms looked good. Read more

    Loving DaughterXIONJ

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