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15:32 02 Feb 18
We moved my father-in-law from assisted living at another facility to memory care at Grand Oaks Palm City. This is a small memory care unit. The staff is very professional, caring and attentive to his needs. The facility is less than 2 years old and beautiful inside. The licensing level is higher than other memory care facilities in our area. We are very pleased.
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