3 Memory Care Facilities in Lubbock County, TX

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Isle at Raider Ranch

Provides: Memory Care
6548 43rd St, Lubbock, TX 79407
"My wife has been in memory care at Raiders Ranch for 3 years. The care she has received has been wonderful. Management, activities, caregivers all have been loving, caring, dedicated in every way..." More

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The Legacy at South Plains

Provides: Memory Care
10711 Indiana Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79423
"WHAT IS THE LEGACY AT SOUTH PLAINS Legacy at South Plains is Lubbock’s newest and most innovative Senior Living Community. At Legacy at South Plains we believe in taking care of the resident and..." More

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Brookdale Monterey

Provides: Memory Care
5204 Elgin Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79413
"Brookdale Monterey is a very nice facility. There was a resident volunteer who sat with us to answer all our questions. She also gave us the tour, and she was very nice. " More

Memory Care near Lubbock County, TX

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Lubbock County

  • Review of Isle at Raider Ranch

    My wife has been in memory care at Raiders Ranch for 3 years. The care she has received has been wonderful. Management, activities, caregivers all have been loving, caring, dedicated in every way p... Read more

    Larry Christian
  • Review of Isle at Raider Ranch

    Raider Ranch Memory Care has provided loving care for my sweet mom for almost three years. The daily care and activities provided by this loving staff has enriched Mom’s life. I highly recommend Ra... Read more

    Joan A
  • Review of Isle at Raider Ranch

    My mother was in the memory care unit with Alzheimers. She turned out to be a difficult and challenging resident due to her behavioral issues. Brandon and his staff took excellent care of her. I... Read more

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