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1.Valeo Community Residence Program
5401 SW 7th St
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The Valeo Community Residence Program provides long term residential and transitional care to adults with mental illness who require a supportive living environment. Residents participate and receive
7220 SW Asbury Dr
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3.Great Lakes Caring Home Health & Hospice
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4.Brewster Place Retirement Apartments
1205 SW 29th St
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Rewster Place Retirement Community is a nonprofit organization offering various health care and nursing services to senior citizens. Its services include health care, personal care and housekeeping se
5.ManorCare Health Services-Topeka
2515 SW Wanamaker Rd
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Nursing staff leaves a lot to be desired: delayed answer of call button, poor hygiene when handling patients, passing the blame and lying to get out of work. There are some CNAs, nurses and other staf
6.Drury Place Retirement Apartments
4200 SW Drury Ln
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3805 SW 18th St
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Welcome! Our doors are always open to visitors and prospective residents. The First Apartments' staff would be pleased to show you an apartment and give you a tour of the facility. The residents are t
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