4 Memory Care Facilities in Skagit County, WA

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Where The Heart Is

Provides: Memory Care
410 Norris Street, Burlington, WA 98233
"At Where The Heart Is, residents enjoy an active, engaging lifestyle that promotes wellness and independence. It is our goal to keep our residents linked to resources and opportunities that will..." More

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Lighthouse Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
3502 K Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
"The Lighthouse was excellent and very nice inside. It was a couple of years old and tucked away at the end of the street, so it was perfect. They have scheduled activities, but don't force patients..." More

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Birchview Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
925 Dunlop Avenue, Sedro Woolley, WA 98284
"My dad moved into Birchview, it's definitely setup for memory care, and it's kind of depressing. However, the facility is beautiful, and they have beautiful grounds. The workers were lovely and..." More

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HomePlace Special Care CenterHomePlac...

Provides: Memory Care
210 North Skagit Street, Burlington, WA 98233
"We weren’t really impressed with Home Place; we just didn’t like it. It just didn’t seem like a place she would be comfortable with. The room looked dark, and it didn’t seem as nice. It seemed more..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in Skagit County

  • Review of Birchview Memory Care

    My dad moved into Birchview, it's definitely setup for memory care, and it's kind of depressing. However, the facility is beautiful, and they have beautiful grounds. The workers were lovely and car... Read more

    Mary
  • Review of Lighthouse Memory Care

    The Lighthouse was excellent and very nice inside. It was a couple of years old and tucked away at the end of the street, so it was perfect. They have scheduled activities, but don't force patients... Read more

    Paula847712
  • Review of HomePlace Special Care CenterHomePlace Special Care Center

    We weren’t really impressed with Home Place; we just didn’t like it. It just didn’t seem like a place she would be comfortable with. The room looked dark, and it didn’t seem as nice. It seemed more... Read more

    Caring109985150

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