10 Memory Care Facilities near Grand Prairie, TX

2 Memory Care Facilities in Grand Prairie, TX


Abby's Place

Provides: Memory Care
5819 Summerwood Drive, Grand Prairie, TX 75052
"Abby's Place is family owned assisted living facility that is located in the Dallas FortWorth Metroplex specifically in Grand Prairie Texas. Abby's Place is located in Lyn Creek Hills a beautiful..." More


Oxford Glen at Grand Prairie

Provides: Memory Care
2424 N Grand Peninsula Drive, Grand Prairie, TX...
"I've got a friend whose parents live at Oxford Glen at Grand Prairie, and she very highly recommends it. I would give it a 5 based on her recommendation and based on my own evaluations when I..." More

8 Memory Care Facilities near Grand Prairie, TX


The Waterford on Cooper

Provides: Memory Care
1860 North Cooper St, Arlington, TX 76011
"The Waterford on Cooper seems wonderful for my brother-in-law. His room is spacious and clean. The food seems good. He seems to enjoy it. They have lots of activities for him. The dining area is..." More


Brookdale Pecan Park

Provides: Memory Care
915 North Fielder Rd, Arlington, TX 76012
"Brookdale Pecan Park provides our residents with lifestyles, housing, and services in comfortable surroundings combined with exceptional amenities, programs, and care. Through Brookdale's signature..." More


Avalon Memory Care - Irving

Provides: Memory Care
3400 North Country Club Rd., Irving, TX 75062
"My aunt moved into Avalon Memory Care. The director and all the employees are personable, my aunt has been really happy, and she's gained 10 lbs. since she's been there. It's really been a good..." More


Legacy Living at Arlington

Provides: Memory Care
1501 NE Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, TX 76006
"I am very happy with this facility for my spouse. It provides a safe outdoor area which my husband loves. The staff is very caring and compassionate. Since I can’t visit very often the staff..." More


Autumn Leaves of Arlington

Provides: Memory Care
514 Central Park Dr, Arlington, TX 76014
"Autumn Leaves was nice, newer, and had many amenities. Specifically, they had the dining separated from people who could not eat by themselves -- they were in one section of the dining room and the..." More


Villages on MacArthur

Provides: Memory Care
3443 North MacArthur Blvd, Irving, TX 75062
"I thought Villages on MacArthur was good on my first visit. It is brand new and very clean. There are only five residents. The staff is friendly. For the most part, they have been very helpful. The..." More


Entrust of Desoto

Provides: Memory Care
8027 West Virginia, Dallas, TX 75237
"We placed my Dad here in Aug of 2016 and found it to be a wonderful place, they were caring, compassionate and above all well trained. My father was declining rapidly due to a stroke and I will..." More

Parkwood Healthcare

Provides: Memory Care
2600 Parkview Lane, Bedford, TX 76022

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Grand Prairie

  • Review of Oxford Glen at Grand Prairie

    I've got a friend whose parents live at Oxford Glen at Grand Prairie, and she very highly recommends it. I would give it a 5 based on her recommendation and based on my own evaluations when I visit... Read more

  • Review of Oxford Glen at Grand Prairie

    My mom was in Oxford Glen. Their staff was really good, and they're very caring, but she wasn't encouraged to be independent a lot, and she kept going downhill. It's a very quiet nursing-home type ... Read more

  • Review of Oxford Glen at Grand Prairie

    Oxford Glen looked nice and very clean but was more expensive than the others. I think the rooms were nice and looked very comfortable, and the staff was professional. I think the only thing they n... Read more


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