2 Memory Care Facilities in Montgomery County, TN

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Walking Horse Meadows

Provides: Memory Care
207 Uffelman Drive, Clarksville, TN 37043
"Walking Horse Meadows offers compassionate senior care in Clarksville, TN. We strive to create a home-like atmosphere where you and your loved ones can feel secure. Our warm, well-trained staff..." More

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Brookdale Clarksville

Provides: Memory Care
2183 Memorial Drive, Clarksville, TN 37043
"The staff at Brookdale Clarksville is good. Their dining room is pretty big and nice. They do things like outings, they do memory care games on big screens where people can answer questions, and..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Montgomery County

  • Review of Brookdale Clarksville

    The staff at Brookdale Clarksville is good. Their dining room is pretty big and nice. They do things like outings, they do memory care games on big screens where people can answer questions, and th... Read more

    Sylvia
  • Review of Brookdale Clarksville

    Brookdale Clarksville was Mom’s #1 choice. The cost was broken down by amount of aid that the person uses, and they cannot give you that cost factor until they do a complete interview. The other th... Read more

    Donna182633
  • Review of Brookdale Clarksville

    Brookdale Clarksville community was more geared for patients that had Alzheimer's. They were there when I needed them, but my dad wasn't really at that stage yet. The staff in Sterling House was he... Read more

    Caring113410750

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