4 Memory Care Facilities in Durham County, NC

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Brookdale Durham

Provides: Memory Care
4434 Ben Franklin Boulevard, Durham, NC 27704
"Brookdale Durham provides our residents with lifestyles, housing, and services in comfortable surroundings combined with exceptional amenities, programs, and care. Through Brookdale's signature..." More

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Brookdale Chapel Hill

Provides: Memory Care
2230 Farmington Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27517
"We moved my mom into Brookdale Chapel Hill, and it just seemed loving in this place. They are very attentive to what her needs are. They seem more attentive to the residents, especially the ones..." More

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LiveWell at Hope Valley

Provides: Memory Care
3736 Bentley Drive, Durham, NC 27707
"We are proud to offer a different kind of assisted living/memory care community. Our assisted living homes are all designed to be welcoming, friendly places for all friends and family. Whether your..." More

Seasons at Southpoint

Provides: Memory Care
1002 Highway 54, Durham, NC 27713
"The Seasons at Southpoint is better than most assisted living facilities. It is beautiful and it looks great. Everything is nice and well-decorated. Everybody is nice, responsible, responsive, and..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Durham County

  • Review of Brookdale Chapel Hill

    Brookdale Chapel Hill was old, shabby, and just worn. I came in to say that I had an appointment with Crystal. Everybody that came out of their office thought that I was meeting with Crystal and th... Read more

    Cindy
  • Review of Seasons at Southpoint

    The Seasons at Southpoint is better than most assisted living facilities. It is beautiful and it looks great. Everything is nice and well-decorated. Everybody is nice, responsible, responsive, and ... Read more

    Donna
  • Review of Seasons at Southpoint

    I had my mom here for 2.5 years and couldn't have been happier for her placement. Matt Cross is beyond outstanding in how he runs the place. He is always resident-focused and ensures that staff put... Read more

    better than 5 stars!

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