Royal Garden Board and Care III
5809 Melvin Ave.
Tarzana, CA 91356
Facility License: 197603747
Board and Care Home, Alzheimer’s Memory Care
About Royal Garden Board and Care III
Royal Garden is a luxurious and comfortable home. We offer beautiful living quarters, with secured perimeter and 24 hour professional staff to care for the individual needs of residents, such as ambulatory/non-ambulatory, Alzheimer/dementia, incontinent care, diabetics, Parkinson’s, oxygen, stroke, cancer.
We also strive to meet the physical and emotional needs of each resident by providing a high level of personal attention.
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- Hospice Available
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