4 Memory Care Facilities in Brazos County, TX

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Parc at Traditions

Provides: Memory Care
3095 Club Dr., Bryan, TX 77807
"Imagine Exceptional Senior Living Imagine waking each morning to friendly faces and graceful surroundings. Imagine an appealing selection of thoughtfully-appointed apartment homes,..." More

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The Waterford at College Station

Provides: Memory Care
1103 Rock Prairie Rd, College Station, TX 77845
"Discover Texas hospitality and friendly staff at The Waterford&reg at College Station, offering Assisted Living and Memory Care services in College Station, Texas. Recently renovated, our..." More

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Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care...

Provides: Memory Care
3850 Coppercrest Drive, Bryan, TX 77802
"Hudson Creek is really nice, and the staff is very nice and very accommodating. They have 2 persons to a room, and they do furnish the rooms. There were a bunch playing Bingo, the dining area..." More

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The Langford at College Station

Provides: Memory Care
1851 Carroll Fancher Way, College Station, TX ...
"A whole new idea for senior living in College Station, TX. Upsized, elegant condo-style flats arranged in cozy clusters. Climate-controlled access to everything on campus. And a location near..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Brazos County

  • Review of Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care Center made an appointment and gave me a tour of one of the rooms that looked really nice. The staff who gave me the tour was knowledgeable and friendly. The p... Read more

    Cathy
  • Review of Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    Hudson Creek is really nice, and the staff is very nice and very accommodating. They have 2 persons to a room, and they do furnish the rooms. There were a bunch playing Bingo, the dining area looke... Read more

    RK871870
  • Review of Hudson Creek Alzheimer's Special Care Center

    This is a beautiful and well managed facility. The staff is fantastic and have been caring for Alzheimer's patients for years. They know what they are doing and not only give your loved one a wonde... Read more

    Kim Campbell Baker

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