125 Camellia Garden Street, Morganton, NC 28655
Burke Long Term Care is an assisted living community located in Morganton, North Carolina. Our purpose-built community offers a plethora of amenities while providing assistance with activities with daily living. If you’d like to learn more about what Burke Long Term Care can do for you, contact A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors today!
Residents at Burke can exercise their physical and mental well-being with specially curated on-site activities, such as art classes, bible study, or our walking club for social interaction and exercise. Our community grounds include an enclosed courtyard, raised gardening beds available to residents during their leisure hours, indoor and outdoor walking paths, and an outside patio garden accessible to all. Our community is secured to help ensure the safety of our residents, and with our free guest parking, friends and loved ones are able to visit with ease.
Our units are wheelchair accessible, and we offer companion units for residents who would like to live with a roommate. Ground floor units are available as well for an accessible option. To accommodate our residents, our community has:
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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Very dated and institutional. Very helpful staff but not what I expected in regards to A Place for Mom AND Dad.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Burke Long Term Care in Morganton, NC runs this facility like a half-way house. My brother has lived in a group home for 20 years... He moved here a few months ago and now is being booted out the door to live on his own. As previously determined by the State Of North Carolina, he is not emotionally or mentally capable of living on his own. He is not intellectually able to manage money on any scale and does not have the impulse control to not spend every dime he has as soon as it touches his palm. Without medication, my brother is not capable of managing his emotions including rage. I've tried to have him visit and manage his own meds and he couldn't even make it a week. My parents have tried to allow him to cook at their home and he couldn't complete a simple meal. A few years ago, he had a stroke shortly after being panicked by a inconsiderate neighbor setting off fireworks. My brother was frozen in fear as fireworks went off near him. I had to physically move him inside away from the noise and put noise cancelling headphones on him. When my brother visits, I don't allow him to be by himself because he cannot handle any disturbances or minor accidents. I'm enraged a facility can so easily force people out onto the street who are incapable of living on their own. That was the primary reason he was placed in a group home 20 years ago!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Old, ugly, run down, out-dated, very sad atmosphereReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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