Assisted Living Facilities in FRANKLIN, VA

Assisted Living in FRANKLIN, VA

There are 2 assisted living facilities in FRANKLIN, Virginia area. These facilities provide assisted living apartments and help with everyday tasks to elderly seniors. FRANKLIN assisted living facilities also provide memory care assistance for senior citizens with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Some facilities are part of larger senior living communities in FRANKLIN and provide continuing care options.

Village At Woods Edge

Village At Woods Edge provides assisted living services in Franklin, Virginia. It can accommodate a maximum of 67 seniors at a time. With a location at 1401 North High Street, in the 23851 area code inside Franklin City county, Village At Woods Edge assists those retirees who need assistance with daily tasks. Some of the services offered by Village At Woods Edge include community and cultural events, on-site lectures and guest speakers and transportation to doctor's appointments.

Baker's Home Assisted Living

Baker's Home Assisted Living specializes in providing senior living in Franklin City county, Virginia. It includes a total of 32 one bedrooms and studios for 55 and older adults. Baker's Home Assisted Living is pet-friendly and can provide assistance with bathing, dressing and transferring to any seniors living in Franklin, VA and surrounding areas. Baker's Home Assisted Living is located at 204 Morton Street, 23851.

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