2 Memory Care Facilities in Catawba County, NC

Springs of Catawba

Provides: Memory Care
2010 29th Avenue Drive Ne, Hickory, NC 28601
"A pleasant room, a hot, fresh meal, a game night with new friends – Springs of Catawba combines all of the comforts of home with the health and personal care needed to live fully and comfortably...." More

Hickory Village Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
427 Third Avenue, S.E., Hickory, NC 28602
"I cannot properly express my gratitude for the care that was given to my Mom from the time she arrived at the end of February 2017 to when she peacefully passed away on June 10th of this year...." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Catawba County

  • Review of Hickory Village Memory Care

    I cannot properly express my gratitude for the care that was given to my Mom from the time she arrived at the end of February 2017 to when she peacefully passed away on June 10th of this year. Ther... Read more

    Susy63
  • Review of Hickory Village Memory Care

    I am very pleased with Hickory Village. The staff is exceptional. While this is my first experience with any kind of nursing facility I did visit a few once the decision was made that my family mem... Read more

    LeighL
  • Review of Hickory Village Memory Care

    I am very pleased with Hickory Village Memory Care. I saw on some of the reviews that resident's were not fit to live in this facility. This is a Memory Care Locked Unit, which means you have to ha... Read more

    Kaitl

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