5 Memory Care Facilities near West Bend, WI

3 Memory Care Facilities in West Bend, WI

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The Waterford at West Bend

Provides: Memory Care
831 E Washington Street, West Bend, WI 53095
"Enjoy thoughtful amenities and kindhearted care at The Waterford at West Bend in charming West Bend, WI, known for its numerous historic sites and countless recreation options. We offer a relaxed..." More

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Cedar Community

Provides: Memory Care
6090 Scenic Dr., West Bend, WI 53095

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New Perspective | West Bend

Provides: Memory Care
2130 Continental Drive, West Bend, WI 53095
"New Perspective West Bend opened in 2011 and provides a continuum of care in the heart of town. Our community offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care in a beautiful living..." More

2 Memory Care Facilities near West Bend, WI

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Wellington Place of Hartford

Provides: Memory Care
615 Hilldale Drive, Hartford, WI 53027
"At Wellington Place at Hartford we pride ourselves on our homelike atmosphere and encourage your family to become part of our family. Come in and feel the difference. Mission Statement: The..." More

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The Waterford at Hartford

Provides: Memory Care
1025 Bell Avenue, Hartford, WI 53027
"Open your heart to a homelike atmosphere when taking up residence at The Waterford at Hartford. Our Assisted Living and Memory Care community in Hartford, WI enriches the lives of residents by..." More

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