4 Memory Care Facilities in Comal County, TX

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Rio Terra Retirement

Provides: Memory Care
2294 E. Common Street, New Braunfels, TX 78130
"A community designed to enhance the lives and well-being of our senior residents, Rio Terra (formally McKenna Village) provides independent living, assisted living and memory care services and..." More

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Élan Westpointe

Provides: Memory Care
2140 Independence Drive, New Braunfels, TX 78132
"What I liked about Élan Westpointe was the fact that people could age out in the facility. The staff seemed very nice. It was a large facility so there was lots of space for activities. One thing..." More

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Sodalis at New Braunfels

Provides: Memory Care
550 Rock Street, New Braunfels, TX 78130
"The staff at Sodalis at New Braunfels was very accommodating and the place was very nice. However, it's a little bit more advanced with the memory care than we need right now. It's a great place...." More

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Memory Care of New Braunfels

Provides: Memory Care
2022 State HWY 46 W, New Braunfels, TX 78132
"We liked that we could get my parents-in-law in the same room at Memory Care of New Braunfels. The rooms were large and homey. The staff members we met were very nice. The location was convenient..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Comal County

  • Review of Memory Care of New Braunfels

    We liked that we could get my parents-in-law in the same room at Memory Care of New Braunfels. The rooms were large and homey. The staff members we met were very nice. The location was convenient a... Read more

    Annette
  • Review of Élan Westpointe

    What I liked about Élan Westpointe was the fact that people could age out in the facility. The staff seemed very nice. It was a large facility so there was lots of space for activities. One thing w... Read more

    Annette
  • Review of Sodalis at New Braunfels

    The staff at Sodalis at New Braunfels was very accommodating and the place was very nice. However, it's a little bit more advanced with the memory care than we need right now. It's a great place. I... Read more

    HS

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