15 Memory Care Facilities near Charlotte, NC
There are 15 Memory Care Facilities in the Charlotte area, with 14 in Charlotte and 1 nearby.
The average cost of memory care in Charlotte is $4,804 per month. This is higher than the national median of $4,592. Cheaper nearby regions include Concord with an average starting cost of $4,648.
To help you with your search, browse the 11 reviews below for memory care facilities in Charlotte. On average, consumers rate memory care in Charlotte 3.8 out of 5 stars.
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14 Memory Care Facilities in Charlotte, NC
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Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Charlotte
Review of Regency Retirement Village - Pineville
The facility is dirty. Currently there are over 100 violations from the County and the State. There was actually a segment on local news about the list of violations. The staff are always changing... Read more
Review of Brookdale South Park
Mom has been at Brookdale South Charlotte in the memory care unit for about two months now. The care giving team has been wonderful to my mom even though she can often be a challenge. They give lot... Read more
Review of Brookdale South Park
Brookdale South Park required at least one month's payment. They didn’t show me a room and had a lot of residents just hanging around. It wasn’t a good feel for me. They weren’t too friendly, so I ... Read more
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