4 Memory Care Facilities in Smith County, TX

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Azalea Trails

Provides: Memory Care
5550 Old Jacksonville Hwy., Tyler, TX 75703
"Take some much-deserved time to smell the roses at Azalea Trails, where our lush features and convenient services keep residents happy year-round. Our Assisted Living and Memory Care community in..." More

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The Hamptons At Greenridge

Provides: Memory Care
4200 Old Omen Road, Tyler, TX 75707
"The Hamptons community is nestled on 33 acres in beautiful East Texas. Our apartments come in four large floor plans, each with a fully equipped kitchen and laundry room with washer/dryer..." More

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Brookdale Tyler South

Provides: Memory Care
5403 Plantation Drive, Tyler, TX 75703
"We visited Brookdale Tyler South. It was nice, it was neat, and it was clean. It was sunny too. We like the people and the fact that there were more active people. We went and saw about three, and..." More

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Oak Hills Terrace Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
2651 Elkton Trail, Tyler, TX 75703
"I'm very pleased with the Oak Hills Terrace facilities and staff. They allow me to eat any time I want to, without extra charge. Every Sunday my son and I eat there and we are very pleased with the..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Smith County

  • Review of Oak Hills Terrace Memory Care

    I'm very pleased with the Oak Hills Terrace facilities and staff. They allow me to eat any time I want to, without extra charge. Every Sunday my son and I eat there and we are very pleased with the... Read more

    Judy
  • Review of Oak Hills Terrace Memory Care

    My mother-in-law lived in Oak Hills Terrace Memory Care for six months. The rooms were a lot smaller compared to other places. Their staff was very friendly and helpful. Their food was really good,... Read more

    Melanie441788
  • Review of Brookdale Tyler South

    We were impressed with Brookdale Tyler South the first time we went there because of the cleanliness and the friendliness of the people. They gave us the impression that they can make their residen... Read more

    Gary282713

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