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Facilities in GRANT CITY, MO:

Here are the 2 best memory care facilities in GRANT CITY, Missouri. These care homes for dementia and Alzheimer in GRANT CITY 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 GRANT CITY, MO will vary between facilities.

Worth County Convalescent Center

Worth County Convalescent Center is known for providing memory care in Worth county, Missouri. It can accommodate a maximum of 50 elderly residents. Worth County Convalescent Center offers luxury amenities that include a visiting geriatric nurse practitioner, promoted socialization and access to physical and speech therapy to any seniors who reside in Grant City, MO and nearby areas. Worth County Convalescent Center is located at 503 E 4th St, 64456 zip code and may allow Medicaid and Medicare to cover some costs associated with its care.

Orilla's Way

Orilla's Way enables older adults to receive memory care in Grant City, Missouri. It can provide accommodations to no more than 37 Grant City residents at a time. It includes amenities such as care plans that promote independence, certified caregivers that specialize in dementia and Alzheimer’s care and activities tailored to dementia and is located at 1209 South High St, in 64456 zip code area in Worth county. Orilla's Way is duly licensed in Missouri to provide memory care, with license number 8591.

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