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1.Courtyard Gardens Of Jupiter
1790 Indian Creek Dr W
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Courtyard Gardens is an assisted living facility for senior citizens. It has a separate, secured area, specially designed and staffed to meet the specific needs of residents with Alzheimer s disease a
2.Sterling House of Tequesta
205 Village Blvd
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I love the Sterling House for my dad. The doctor said he needed a secured environment but we felt like he was not ready for memory care. The Sterling House is perfect for him because the assisted livi
211 Village Blvd
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Welcome to your Tequesta, FL Brookdale Tequesta, the national leader in senior living solutions for a simple reason: we help people age well. Our specialized offerings for America’s senior populationMore Nearby Locations »
4.Tequesta Terrace Assisted Living
400 N US Highway 1
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5.Source Finders, Inc.
222 S Us Highway 1 Ste 1
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6.Clare Bridge Of Tequesta
211 Village Blvd
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7.Lakeside Health Center
2501 N Australian Ave
West Palm Beach,FL
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Set on Lake Mongonia and just minutes from the beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, Lakeside Health Center is a pristine have in a city full of tourist activity. Within three miles of Palm Beach Hospita
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