Raleigh Respite Care

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Raleigh Respite Care Homes

Elmcroft of North Ridge

Review by Kara

Consumer

We chose Elmcroft of North Ridge for my father-in-law. He requires a high level of care because he has dementia and a history of wandering, sundowning, and being difficult. He requires a lot of care, so he was in-between a skilled nursing facility and memory care...

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Brighton Gardens of Raleigh

Review by Debbie

Consumer

My mom, especially, loves the outings. In this environment (Memory Care), she is always made aware of the outings, and totally enjoys them. There is a lot of variety and opportunity for her to experience many things, from scenic drives, to shopping, crafts, restaurants, etc...

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Brighton Gardens of Raleigh

Review by Dil

Consumer

Our family member has been at Brighton Gardens memory care for many months. The staff is generally pleasant and residents are clean and free of odors, hence the 2 stars...

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Brighton Gardens of Raleigh

Review by Mark

Consumer

Brighton Gardens is much bigger and has more patients. It seems that they are very accommodating. They are willing to bend over backwards to help my dad. They told me it wasn’t a problem to take him to breakfast, lunch, and dinner, then take him back to his room every single day...

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Brighton Gardens of Raleigh

Review by David

Consumer

Brighton Gardens of Raleigh's staff is extremely good to the residents. They've make a real effort to know them and address them by name. They also seem to genuinely care. The place didn't have an institutional feel, but felt more like a motel or hotel, and it's very clean...

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Sunrise at North Hills

Review by Cathy

Consumer

Sunrise is an older facility with double rooms where you share the bathroom and the kitchen. The bedrooms were very tiny, but it gave the feeling of having your own room. You had to rent the furniture if you're going to stay for a short time. The people were very friendly, nice, and caring.

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