American Elder Care

1801 S Nova Rd Ste 106
South Daytona, FL 32119
(386) 944-4360
www.americaneldercare.com/locations_details.html#Administrative_Office_
Contact: Lewankski, Tracy
Services: Assisted Living
On Angie's List Since: 5/21/2012
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Cities Served: Bunnell | Daytona Beach - Downtown | Daytona Beach Shores | De Leon Springs | Debary | Deland | Deltona | Edgewater | Flagler Beach | Holly Hill | Lake Helen | Lpga International | New Smyrna Beach | Oak Hill | Orange City | Ormond Beach | Osteen | Palm Coast | Pierson | Port Orange | Seville | South Daytona
 
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