2 Memory Care Facilities in Bell County, TX

Arbor House of Temple

Provides: Memory Care
4257 Lowes Drive, Temple, TX 76502
"Arbor House of Temple is nice. It is a little bit smaller than most places, which I like because it wouldn’t be overwhelming. They keep it locked at all times. Everyone there is wonderful, and the..." More

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Stoney Brook of Belton

Provides: Memory Care
500 River Fair Blvd, Belton, TX 76513
" Stoney Brook of Belton's comprehensive assisted living services are for those who choose or require assistance with their daily needs, but wish to remain as independent as possible. We provide a..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Bell County

  • Review of Arbor House of Temple

    At Arbor House of Temple, you had to share a bathroom, the toilet, and the sink with your next door neighbor, and we didn't like that at all. The staff was very nice and sat down with us. The nurse... Read more

    Susan
  • Review of Arbor House of Temple

    Arbor House of Temple is nice. It is a little bit smaller than most places, which I like because it wouldn’t be overwhelming. They keep it locked at all times. Everyone there is wonderful, and the ... Read more

    Vickie
  • Review of Arbor House of Temple

    Hi my mother lives at the arbor house. We tried several other facilities but this one has caught my eye! I love how the employees make it seem so home style! I really want to thank the most loving ... Read more

    lovelybones45

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