4 Memory Care Facilities in Westmoreland County, PA

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Brookdale Murrysville

Provides: Memory Care
5300 Old William Penn Highway, Export, PA 15632
"Brookdale was very clean, very bright, and updated. However, it was not in our budget. The staff was very informative, very enlightening, and very helpful. They answered my questions very promptly. " More

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Brookdale Latrobe

Provides: Memory Care
500 Brouwers Dr., Latrobe, PA 15650
"We offer a home like setting and cheerful smiles from our professional staff who greet you every day. Our caring staff offers the assistance you need while respecting your independence.Our peaceful..." More

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Newhaven Court at Lindwood

Provides: Memory Care
100 Freedom Way, Greensburg, PA 15601
"In a picturesque setting, you'll discover a place where life can be lived at your pace, with your friends and family, enjoying the things you like to do, in a comfortable, stress-free environment...." More

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Walden's View Senior Living

Provides: Memory Care
7990 Route 30, North Huntingdon, PA 15642
"Walden's View Senior Living provides a high standard of care for seniors. Our community is designed specifically for seniors suffering from Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. We offer an..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Westmoreland County

  • Review of Brookdale Murrysville

    We chose Brookdale Murrysville because it's clean and they had a single room that's just right for my dad. The staff and the food seem fine, and my dad hasn't complained. They have a couple of TV a... Read more

    Reviewer
  • Review of Brookdale Murrysville

    Brookdale was very clean, very bright, and updated. However, it was not in our budget. The staff was very informative, very enlightening, and very helpful. They answered my questions very promptly. Read more

    Walter647026
  • Review of Brookdale Murrysville

    I placed my mom in Brookdale Murrysville, which has a patient ratio of one patient to five employees. It was super clean and my mother has only fallen one time, and my mom was an extreme fall-risk ... Read more

    Maria166787

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