4 Memory Care Facilities near Wilmington, NC

2 Memory Care Facilities in Wilmington, NC

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Brookdale Wilmington

Provides: Memory Care
3501 Converse Drive, Wilmington, NC 28403
"Everything was great at Brookdale Wilmington. The grounds are fantastic. They have double doors, which are great for security. It was wonderful. Everything inside was clean. They have great..." More

Morningside of Wilmington

Provides: Memory Care
2744 South 17th St, Wilmington, NC 28412
"Morningside of Wilmington offers compassionate senior care in Wilmington, NC. We strive to create a home-like atmosphere where you and your loved ones can feel secure. Our warm, well-trained staff..." More

2 Memory Care Facilities near Wilmington, NC

Castle Hayne Castle Creek Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
4724 Castle Hayne Road, Castle Hayne, NC 28429
"This facility has greatly improved it employees, administration, & patient/resident care in the past four months. The residents are so happy there with the new administrator, I heard one of the..." More

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Arbor Landing at Hampstead

Provides: Memory Care
13937 US - 17, Hampstead, NC 28443
"Arbor Landing at Hampstead is southeastern North Carolina’s newest option for superior independent living. Our unique community serves seniors of varying needs, from independent living with..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Wilmington

  • Review of Brookdale Wilmington

    Everything was great at Brookdale Wilmington. The grounds are fantastic. They have double doors, which are great for security. It was wonderful. Everything inside was clean. They have great materia... Read more

    Sharon
  • Review of Brookdale Wilmington

    Brookdale Wilmington seemed very nice and very clean. The patrons seemed to be well taken care of. Their rooms seemed to be nice. The staff showed us the garden and the activity room and told us so... Read more

    PL
  • Review of Brookdale Wilmington

    Brookdale Wilmington was more restrictive as far as where the residents can go but had more memory care than other places I visited. I was turned off of it because of what the marketing person who ... Read more

    PaigeSHNSK

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