2 Memory Care Facilities in Cowlitz County, WA

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Canterbury Inn

Provides: Memory Care
1324 3rd Avenue, Longview, WA 98632
"Canterbury Inn is nestled in a quiet neighborhood of Longview, Washington, and offers a special rustic charm unique to the region. We offer residents convenience, social opportunities, pleasant..." More

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Canterbury Gardens

Provides: Memory Care
1457 3rd Avenue, Longview, WA 98632
"Our experience with Canterbury Gardens was good, they were nice, helpful, and gave good service. They have a couple of courtyards and little shared-rooms that are good for two people. The kitchen..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Cowlitz County

  • Review of Canterbury Gardens

    Our experience with Canterbury Gardens was good, they were nice, helpful, and gave good service. They have a couple of courtyards and little shared-rooms that are good for two people. The kitchen w... Read more

    JR
  • Review of Canterbury Gardens

    Canterbury Gardens is a nice place. We chose it for my mom mostly for its location. The rooms are nice, but they have 2 people per room. I really don't like that, but it's alright. They have activi... Read more

    Emily
  • Review of Canterbury Gardens

    Our family had no idea what dementia looked like or how scarey it is in the beginning. We think Dad had been suffering from memory loss longer than we expected. Somehow he was able to hide it. W... Read more

    Vickie D.

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