2 Memory Care Facilities in Douglas County, OR

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Brookdale Roseburg

Provides: Memory Care
3400 NW Edenbower Blvd., Roseburg, OR 97470
"I liked Brookdale Roseburg because it allows the patients to get out and move around. There's a gate that keeps everybody in, and they got doors to go outside, so it's like they have more freedom,..." More

Callahan Court Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
1770 Nw Valley View Drive, Roseburg, OR 97471
"At Callahan Court, residents enjoy an active, engaging lifestyle that promotes wellness and independence. It is our goal to keep our residents linked to resources and opportunities that will..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Douglas County

  • Review of Brookdale Roseburg

    I waited 3 months to write this review because I wanted to make sure the things I disliked about Brookdale weren't normal for ALL care centers. THEY AREN'T! In the 3 months my mom was there, they r... Read more

    Echomesquite
  • Review of Brookdale Roseburg

    I liked Brookdale Roseburg because it allows the patients to get out and move around. There's a gate that keeps everybody in, and they got doors to go outside, so it's like they have more freedom, ... Read more

    Tim528865
  • Review of Brookdale Roseburg

    I've seen other facilities and Emeritus at Manor House is A-1 in comparison. It was absolutely awesome. The facility is beautiful, very clean, nice, light and airy. The staff is very nice and helpf... Read more

    Charlene3

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