3 Memory Care Facilities in Lackawanna County, PA

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The Gardens of Green Ridge

Provides: Memory Care
2751 Boulevard Ave, Scranton, PA 18509
"Every resident at The Gardens of Green Ridge benefits from a spirit of community that is based on family ideals. At The Gardens of Green Ridge, personal interests are achieved and lasting..." More

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Elmcroft of Mid Valley (Treasures)

Provides: Memory Care
67 Sturges Road, Peckville, PA 18452
"The staff at Elmcroft of Mid Valley was highly skilled and clearly understand memory care. It's a smaller community so the setting is more intimate and homey. The chef even took the time to meet..." More

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Oakwood Terrace

Provides: Memory Care
400 Gleason Drive, Moosic, PA 18507
"Oakwood Terrace is top-notch in the staff, the actual facility, the meal preparation, and the cleanliness. It’s just great. " More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Lackawanna County

  • Review of Elmcroft of Mid Valley (Treasures)

    The staff at Elmcroft of Mid Valley was highly skilled and clearly understand memory care. It's a smaller community so the setting is more intimate and homey. The chef even took the time to meet wi... Read more

    JH
  • Review of Oakwood Terrace

    Oakwood Terrace was nice and homey. They had various little houses, but they were all connected. Each house had a kitchen, living room, various rooms, and a central common room where they do activi... Read more

    Karen
  • Review of Elmcroft of Mid Valley (Treasures)

    Elmcroft of Mid Valley seemed to be very nice. Everything was clean, the rooms were nicely done, and the staff was very pleasant. They do a lot of re-orientation and give a lot of different activit... Read more

    Anonymous114022150

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