5 Memory Care Facilities in Lexington County, SC

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HarborChase of Columbia

Provides: Memory Care
120 Fairforest Rd, Columbia, SC 29212
"Celebrating senior living each and every day! Welcome to HarborChase of Columbia, and the highest standard of senior care offering assisted living, and our acclaimed memory care program. Respect..." More

Colonial Gardens Alzheimer's Special ...

Provides: Memory Care
3565 Sunset Blvd, West Columbia, SC 29169
"I have an uncle who is a resident at Colonial Gardens Alzheimer's Special Care Center. He has a companion room and is being very well taken care of. It’s convenient to the Lexington Hospital. Their..." More

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Oakleaf Village of Lexington

Provides: Memory Care
800 North Lake Drive , Lexington, SC 29072
"Our Mission is to serve you.......come experience the right blend of independence and personal assistance for your lifestyle. Step through our doors and be welcomed into a gracious community where..." More

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The Heritage at Lowman

Provides: Memory Care
2101 Dutch Fork Road, Chapin, SC 29036
"Meander down beautiful walking paths around centuries-old trees and lush green spaces. Among the 200 acres and stunning pond sits the Heritage at Lowman, a non-profit ministry aimed at providing..." More

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Rapha Residential Care

Provides: Memory Care
3959 Fish Hatchery Road, Gaston, SC 29053
"At Rapha Residential Care, your loved one will be taken care of by trained staff. We provide loving hands-on assistance with those activities of daily living which have become difficult for our..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Lexington County

  • Review of Colonial Gardens Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    I have an uncle who is a resident at Colonial Gardens Alzheimer's Special Care Center. He has a companion room and is being very well taken care of. It’s convenient to the Lexington Hospital. Their... Read more

    hl
  • Review of Colonial Gardens Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    My wife is staying at Colonial Gardens. It'svery good, well-apportioned, and inviting. There's plenty of room for people to walk around, large rooms to sleep in, and several dining rooms that are w... Read more

    Levy360573
  • Review of Colonial Gardens Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    My overall experience of Colonial Gardens was good. If we ended up in a facility, that’s the one we are going to pick. I was very impressed with the security, maintenance, and circular layout of th... Read more

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