6 Memory Care Facilities in Philadelphia County, PA

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The Terrace at Chestnut Hill

Provides: Memory Care
495 East Abington Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118
"Our community offers gracious residential living in a home-like setting with dedicated and knowledgeable staff available 24 hours a day to meet the personal needs and individual demands of each..." More

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Atria Center City

Provides: Memory Care
150 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
"Since 2007, Atria Center City has served the families of Philadelphia. With a continuing commitment to quality, the community is undergoing an extensive renovation to enhance beauty and..." More

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Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley

Provides: Memory Care
6300 Greene St, Philadelphia, PA 19144
" Affordable living options. A tradition of outstanding care and services for older adults. Stapeley offers the best of urban living with easy access to Center City, the Main Line, and Chestnut..." More

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Deer Meadows Retirement Community

Provides: Memory Care
8301 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19152
"Deer Meadows Retirement Community (DMRC) is a Continuing Care Retirement Community originally founded in 1869 as The Baptist Home of Philadelphia. A community landmark, DMRC recently celebrated its..." More

The Watermark At Logan Square

Provides: Memory Care
2 Franklin Square, Philadelphia, PA 19103
"The Watermark at Logan Square in Philadelphia PA is rental retirement community that offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing on a campus that bristles with all..." More

The Cottages at Germantown

Provides: Memory Care
127 R. West Gorgas Lane,, Philadelphia, PA 19119
"I liked the cottages, it had a short waiting list and the people there were nice and helpful. It's not far from where I live and that's most important. They have activities all the time. If mom..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Philadelphia County

  • Review of The Cottages at Germantown

    I liked the cottages, it had a short waiting list and the people there were nice and helpful. It's not far from where I live and that's most important. They have activities all the time. If mom wil... Read more

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