3 Memory Care Facilities in Josephine County, OR

Applegate House of Grants Pass

Provides: Memory Care
1635 Kellenbeck Avenue, Grants Pass, OR 97527
"Applegate House was considerably large with a large yard. The rooms were very nice. It was clean. The building itself was pretty impressive. The staff was certainly helpful, but I basically was led..." More

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Brookdale Grants Pass Pointe

Provides: Memory Care
1400 Redwood Circle, Grants Pass, OR 97527
"I thought Emeritus has the best care so I chose it for my dad. The place is really pretty, very nicely kept and they just did a remodel on it. It's a nice area. The food seems to be pretty darn..." More

Kinsington Place Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
827 SW Kinsington Court, Grants Pass, OR 97526
"We placed my dad at Kensington Place-Rehab, and he is not doing well. Their security is very good. He is in a nice, private room. Their food is very good. What I like about the place is that the..." More

Memory Care near Josephine County, OR

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Josephine County

  • Review of Brookdale Grants Pass Pointe

    This place is barely ever staffed correctly. The managentire never helps out and doesn't care about the staff nor the residents. The RN is rarely there. The staff isn't licensed. Falls happen freq... Read more

    Pastpresentfuture
  • Review of Kinsington Place Memory Care

    We placed my dad at Kensington Place-Rehab, and he is not doing well. Their security is very good. He is in a nice, private room. Their food is very good. What I like about the place is that the st... Read more

    Rosemary767033
  • Review of Applegate House of Grants Pass

    Applegate House was considerably large with a large yard. The rooms were very nice. It was clean. The building itself was pretty impressive. The staff was certainly helpful, but I basically was led... Read more

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