2 Memory Care Facilities in Shenandoah County, VA

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Greenfield of Woodstock

Provides: Memory Care
935 Ox Rd, Woodstock, VA 22664
"At Greenfield of Woodstock, we provide care for your loved ones and, at the same time, help them maintain their independence. Our beautiful, clean neighborhood-style assisted living community looks..." More

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Greenfield Reflections of Strasburg

Provides: Memory Care
304 Bowman Mill Rd, Strasburg, VA 22657
"Greenfield Reflections of Strasburg's rooms and amenities were very nice, and the people were very helpful and understanding. The monthly cost was competitive." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Shenandoah County

  • Review of Greenfield Reflections of Strasburg

    Greenfield Reflections of Strasburg's rooms and amenities were very nice, and the people were very helpful and understanding. The monthly cost was competitive. Read more

    Mark S
  • Review of Greenfield Reflections of Strasburg

    Greenfield Reflections of Strasburg had a very nice setting and extremely helpful people. I wanted to go in the kitchen to see if they follow Board of Health Rule, and they did. They also had absol... Read more

    gail588204
  • Review of Greenfield Reflections of Strasburg

    We visited residential facilities, we visited facilities that had all levels of care, and we found that we felt at home at Reflections of Strasburg. The Executive Director, was so warm and welcomi... Read more

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