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Facilities in BRISTOL, FL:

Here are the 2 best memory care facilities in BRISTOL, Florida. These care homes for dementia and Alzheimer in BRISTOL may be part of assisted living facilities and communities, or are stand-alone memory care units. Call 888-595-9951 for details. Costs for memory care facilities in BRISTOL, FL will vary between facilities.

Queen Brown Haven Assisted Living

Queen Brown Haven Assisted Living is known for providing Alzheimer’s care in Liberty county, Florida. It can accommodate a maximum of 3 dementia residents. Queen Brown Haven Assisted Living offers upscale amenities that include an onsite nurse, anytime toileting help and special Alzheimer’s programs to decrease frustration to any seniors who reside in Bristol, FL and nearby areas. Queen Brown Haven Assisted Living is situated at 6906 N W Torreya Park Rd, 32321 zip code and may allow Medicaid and Medicare to cover some fees associated with its care.

Varnum's Rest Home

Varnum's Rest Home allows dementia and Alzheimer’s patients to get dementia care in Bristol, Florida. It can provide accommodations to no more than 45 older adults at a time. It offers amenities like management of medication, licensed nurses with Alzheimer’s care training and activities and programs that lower anxiety and is situated at 12167 Nw Freeman Road, in 32321 zip code area in Liberty county. Varnum's Rest Home is licensed in Florida to offer assisted living and memory care, with license # 6026.

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