3 Memory Care Facilities in Lancaster County, PA

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Paramount Senior Living at Lancaster ...

Provides: Memory Care
2760 Maytown Road, Maytown, PA 17550
"It is the Mission of Paramount Senior Living at Lancaster County to enable seniors, both within its doors and in the community, to maintain the dignity and respect they have earned in life. We will..." More

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Magnolias of Lancaster

Provides: Memory Care
1870 Rohrerstown Road, Lancaster, PA 17601
"Magnolias is a top notch personal care facility. Because my father had problematic, obsessive behaviors, I have had the chance to observe a lot of personal care situations. The staff at Magnolias..." More

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Country Meadows - Lancaster

Provides: Memory Care
1380 Elm Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603
"Welcome to the Country Meadows. After 46 years in senior living we remain family managed and 100% family owned. At Country Meadows Retirement Communities we focus on living...for now and the..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Lancaster County

  • Review of Magnolias of Lancaster

    My dad is at Magnolias of Lancaster. It's going well. The place is very good for dementia. The staff seems to be good. I'm there for every dinner and their food is OK. The dining area is very clean... Read more

    Marlon
  • Review of Magnolias of Lancaster

    Magnolias of Lancaster seems to be well run. Part of the problem is that there's just a revolving door where my mother is, and nobody seems to know her. They're understaffed and the people don't st... Read more

    Pamela
  • Review of Magnolias of Lancaster

    Magnolias is a top notch personal care facility. Because my father had problematic, obsessive behaviors, I have had the chance to observe a lot of personal care situations. The staff at Magnolias w... Read more

    Suzie S

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