3 Memory Care Facilities in Rockwall County, TX

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Autumn Leaves of Rockwall

Provides: Memory Care
225 E Ralph Hall Pkwy, Rockwall, TX 75032
"My Mom has a private medium size room. Always well-staffed and attentive. There are many activities, they vary by the day. There is a family night monthly, a support group,(I've personally never..." More

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Rock Ridge Assisted Living & Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
720 E. Ralph Hall Parkway, Rockwall, TX 75032
"Welcome to Rock Ridge, an assisted living and memory care community in Rockwall, Texas. Come experience our warm, home-like feeling in an inviting residential setting. Enjoy the elegant..." More

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Lakeshore Assisted Living and Memory ...

Provides: Memory Care
5250 Medical Drive, Rockwall, TX 75032
"Arbor House at Rockwall was a nice and clean place. It's something I will keep in mind if the need ever comes up for my wife to go to a memory care unit. It's a very clean place. Everybody was real..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Rockwall County

  • Review of Lakeshore Assisted Living and Memory Care

    Arbor House at Rockwall was a nice and clean place. It's something I will keep in mind if the need ever comes up for my wife to go to a memory care unit. It's a very clean place. Everybody was real... Read more

    James
  • Review of Autumn Leaves of Rockwall

    My Mom has a private medium size room. Always well-staffed and attentive. There are many activities, they vary by the day. There is a family night monthly, a support group,(I've personally never at... Read more

    Simple2018
  • Review of Autumn Leaves of Rockwall

    I have visited several places in Rockwall and Autumn Leaves stood out above the rest. It was clean with a very home like feel. All the staff that I had an encounter with were very nice. Their Sales... Read more

    Happy75

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