2 Memory Care Facilities in La Crosse County, WI

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Brookdale La Crosse (MC)

Provides: Memory Care
3161 East Avenue South, La Crosse, WI 54601
"The staff Clare Bridge of LaCrosse was very helpful. The rooms were beautiful. We did not taste the food, but the menu looked really good, and the dining room was very nice. I was impressed by its..." More

Bluffview Memory Care

Provides: Memory Care
2101 Bluffview Court,, Holmen, WI 54636
"Very caring staff and helpful management team. Accommodating to Moms needs. Enjoy attending the sing alongside with Mom reminds me of being a ki d hearing her sing along. Very clean and well kept..." More

Recent Reviews of Memory Care in La Crosse County

  • Review of Bluffview Memory Care

    Very caring staff and helpful management team. Accommodating to Moms needs. Enjoy attending the sing alongside with Mom reminds me of being a ki d hearing her sing along. Very clean and well kept ... Read more

    Rick Schill
  • Review of Brookdale La Crosse (MC)

    Brookdale La Crosse is a beautiful facility. They have nice rooms with their own bathrooms. The staff was wonderful, they explained everything, and they took us on a tour of the whole facility. Eve... Read more

    Betty
  • Review of Bluffview Memory Care

    The majority of the floor staff are very caring and do well. The problem is the management / administrators. When concerns are shared - true quality of care issues - they don’t work towards a resol... Read more

    kbfan

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