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Retiring Beautifully in the Heart of Texas!

Pastor Mike Tummillo

Michael Tummillo, Workplace Chaplain

Michael Tummillo is a licensed/ordained non-denominational minister, a Workplace Chaplain and Founder of The Church @ Work (TCAW). His main focus of ministry is to people in the workforce, the one place most of us spend over half our lives. “Pastor Mike” has as his mission to encourage and assist the hurting and burdened employee. He doesn’t push Religion, he pushes people to be the best they can be and to handle the stress and trials of life. What a blessing to know the people providing care for your Loved One are being cared for at the spiritual level. Whether it’s face-to-face, by text, phone or eMail, our Employees have had access to this invaluable resource since September 2006.

But the Workplace Chaplaincy service is not limited solely to serving our staff! Residents requiring prayer and Pastoral counseling are welcome to speak with our Chaplain, too.

Do you have a job, or do you know a resident in a nursing home facility in need of spiritual counseling? Pastor Mike is available to help you as well. He can be reached at 214.476.8792 or by eMail at

Email: Michael Tummillo

Sours: https://ccrcwhitney.com/

Retiring in Texas is appealing to senior adults for many reasons. Low costs, warm weather, exciting cities, lively college towns, charming small towns, mild climate, and hundreds of interesting active adult communities are just some of the reasons Texas has a lot to offer retirees.

Retiring in Texas give retirees a myriad of retirement choices, from big city living in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin, to smaller cities and towns such as Frisco, Mckinney, Allen, and Sugarland. Texas has a variety of attractions including coastal destinations, 100 state parks, The Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, the Alamo in San Antonio, the state capitol in Austin, and the Big Bend and Guadalupe Mountains National Park.

Texas Climate varies widely, from arid in the west to humid in the east. The huge expanse of Texas encompasses several regions with distinctly different climates: Generally speaking, the part of Texas that lies to the east of Interstate 35 is subtropical, while the portion that lies to the west of Interstate 35 is arid desert.

Taxes for Seniors Retiring in Texas

Texas is one of only seven states that does not tax individual wage income. Texas has a 6.25 percent state sales tax. Local sales and use taxes levied by cities, counties, transit and special purpose districts can add just over 2 percent to the sales tax, making the combined total on purchases 8.19 percent. (The max local tax rate is 2 percent.)

Retiring in Texas means you will not have a state property tax. Local taxing units assess and collect property taxes on all real and income-producing tangible personal property not exempt by state or federal law. Personal property including automobiles, airplanes, boats and travel trailers that does not produce income is mostly exempt from taxation. Total tax rates vary from location to location and may change from year to year. An exemption is available for taxpayers who are 65 and older or disabled. Texas does not impose an inheritance tax.1

Retirement Communities In Texas

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) and Lifecare Communities in Texas offer seniors age 55+ a residence that allows them to be independent and active today but are equipped to provide for their future healthcare needs.

Today’s seniors have many retirement housing options. Deciding where to live is one of the most important and complex decisions one will make. Making these decisions while still healthy can help you avoid difficult and costly situations in the future.

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Options for Retiring in Texas

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) are sometimes referred to as Full Service Retirement Communities or Life Plan communities, they are the only type of retirement community that offer residents independent living when they enter the community with the security of having assisted living and/or skilled nursing care options on site.

Texas CCRCs or Life Plan communities generally offer various accommodations including apartments, townhomes, and cottages. These communities usually include common activity areas such as a restaurant-like dining room, a library, activity and craft rooms, an assisted living facility, and a nursing home. Other amenities often include swimming pools, a fitness center, golf courses, convenience stores, walking trails, gardens, beauty/barber shops, banking services and guest accommodations.

Regulating CCRCs In Texas

Currently thirty-eight states regulate CCRCs through various state divisions such as insurance, financial services, aging or elder services, or social services. For those states that regulate CCRCs the mandatory requirements and degree of oversight vary drastically from one state to another. Because of the varying requirements vetting each community individually is the safest way to insure a community is in good standing.

In Texas CCRCs are regulated by the Department of Insurance, all licensed Texas Continuing Care Retirement Communities are required to file an Annual Disclosure Statement including a financial statement.

Selecting A CCRC In Texas

Most CCRCs in Texas have entrance requirements, they vary by location but may include some or all of the following:

  • Entry fee to cover the housing unit’s cost and other services and amenities, including contractually provided access to health care. The entry fee may also help keep monthly services fees lower than they might be at a comparable rental community.
  • Assets and savings equal to a multiple of the entry fee. A typical range is between 2-4 times the entry fee, but this can vary.
  • Minimum age requirements as allowed by the Housing for Older Persons Act.
  • Monthly income equal to a multiple of the monthly service fee. The range is usually similar to that required for assets and savings.
  • Medical reviews. Providers will often request medical records, talk with a prospective resident’s primary care physician, or request a health exam. The specific type of contract offered by the community will determine the degree of emphasis placed on this requirement.
  • Medicare and possibly a Medicare supplement policy, or a similar private-pay plan
  • Will, healthcare power of attorney, and durable power of attorney

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Entry Fee Requirements For Texas CCRCs

Most CCRCs or Life Plan Communities in Texas require an entry fee. The entry fee is required for several reasons. First and foremost, it secures a resident’s contractual and priority access to the care they may need while living in the community. The money received from entry fees is also used to help pay down, or limit, the amount of debt required for development, expansion, or long-term capital projects, which keep the community attractive and competitive in the marketplace and also benefits current residents. A portion of the entry fee may go towards an endowment fund set up by the community. An endowment fund is used by many CCRCs- particularly non-profit providers- offer a financial assistance to help ensure that if a resident runs out of money due to a longer than average stay in the healthcare facility, or some other unforeseen circumstance, they will not be forced to leave the community.

Is A Texas Life Plan Retirement Community Right For You?

A CCRC or Life Plan Community in Texas might be a good fit for you or a loved one, you can get detailed information on top-rated Life Plan communities in Texas by searching myLifeSite’s continuing care retirement community directory and proprietary database for helpful profile reports. For all the information you need and questions to ask as you begin contacting retirement communities directly myLifeSite is a one stop resource. Our independent reports provide everything you need to make an informed decision including retirement community pricing, important contract details, healthcare aspects, and more.

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Updated May 2021

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Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities

Welcome

Welcome to the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities (CCRC) at Texas Tech University.  The CCRC offers students in recovery a nurturing and supportive community, much like athlete and veteran students receive on college and university campuses.  This specialized recovery and academic support increases the chances that recovering students will flourish with strengthened recovery, personal and professional growth, and academic achievement, including retention in school, high GPAs and graduation rates.

Established in 1986, the CCRC has grown to become a national model for collegiate recovery communities.  When the CCRC opened, it was one of the first programs of its kind in the nation.  According to the Association of Recovery in Higher Education, there are now over 150 collegiate recovery programs in the United States, with new programs established each year.

Founded on elements of 1) continued health in recovery, 2) connectedness in community, 3) commitment to academics, and 4) Civility in relatinships, the CCRC lays a solid foundation for student growth in recovery, academically, personally, and professionally.  The CCRC intends to expand the program, allowing even more recovering students the opportunity to complete higher education in the academic field and to the college education level of their choice.

Mission and Values

The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities (CCRC) is changing lives. The services provided through the CCRC increases the continuum of care for students in recovery, enhancing the quality of life for students in recovery at Texas Tech University. The CCRC supports students in recovery from alcohol, drugs, and behavioral addictions. By providing recovery support through relationships with staff, academic advising, scholarships / fellowships, recovery housing, study abroad opportunities, and more, students can flourish in recovery and in life.

Continued Health in Recovery | Connection in Community
Commitment to Academics | Civility in Relationships

 

 

 

 

Sours: https://www.depts.ttu.edu/hs/csa/
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Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC) in Texas

CCRC State Listing

A CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community also known as a LifePlan community), is a living option for seniors who want to live independently but prefer residing in a community of their peers with the option to increase helpful services as they age. These communities offer a number of services that can widely assist seniors whenever they need them. In addition, they offer seniors the option to age in place, rather than forcing them to uproot their lives as their abilities change.

CCRCs offer all of independent living, assisted living, and nursing care.  If you do not require a certain level of care yet, you still have the option to transition into it over time without having to leave your community. CCRCs offer the most options for treatment, assistance, and independence when compared to other types of senior housing communities.

FindContinuingCare.com is the premier list of continuing care retirement communities in the country including CCRCs, LifePlan, and LifeCare communities.  Our directory includes any community that has independent living, assisted living, and nursing care even if they do not refer to themselves as a CCRC.  Review and get hands-on with our amazing library of photos, floor plans, videos, campus maps, and more.

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The average cost of continuing care retirement communities in Dallas is $3,809 per month. This is higher than the national median of $2,538. Cheaper nearby regions include Fort Worth with an average starting cost of $2,250.

To help you with your search, browse the 24 reviews below for continuing care retirement communities in Dallas. On average, consumers rate continuing care retirement communities in Dallas 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Caring.com has helped thousands of families find high-quality senior care. To speak with one of our Family Advisors about continuing care retirement community options and costs in Dallas, call (855) 863-8283.

Top 5 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Dallas, TX

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Edgemere

Provides: Continuing Care Communities

8523 Thackery St, Dallas, TX 75225

"Edgemere had four levels of care, but we were visiting the independent level. It's very expensive, but I liked it a lot. It had beautiful walkways within the grounds and there were gardens around..." More

"Edgemere had four levels of care, but we were visiting the independent level. It's very expensive, but I liked it a lot. It had beautiful walkways within the grounds and there were gardens around..." More


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Ventana by Buckner

Provides: Continuing Care Communities

8301 N. Central Expy, Dallas, TX 75225

"Before you can make a life move, you must imagine it. So, try for a moment to picture yourself overlooking the Park Cities through floor-to-ceiling windows. Envision a bright, spacious, modern..." More

"Before you can make a life move, you must imagine it. So, try for a moment to picture yourself overlooking the Park Cities through floor-to-ceiling windows. Envision a bright, spacious, modern..." More


C. C. Young

Provides: Continuing Care Communities

4847 West Lawther Drive, Dallas, TX 75214

"We had both parents there and utilized all levels of living: totally independent apartment, then in apartment onsite help, then assisted living, memory care, finally hospice. CC Young was..." More

"We had both parents there and utilized all levels of living: totally independent apartment, then in apartment onsite help, then assisted living, memory care, finally hospice. CC Young was..." More


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Signature Pointe

Provides: Continuing Care Communities

14655 Preston Road, Dallas, TX 75254

"After living in the same home for 50+ years, it can be a major decision to consider moving to a continuing care retirement community. While many senior living communities in the north Dallas area..." More

"After living in the same home for 50+ years, it can be a major decision to consider moving to a continuing care retirement community. While many senior living communities in the north Dallas area..." More


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Highland Springs

Provides: Continuing Care Communities

8000 Frankford Road, Dallas, TX 75252

"My wife and I moved to Highland Springs Continuing Care Community in Far North Dallas in the spring of 2013 after researching other communities in the Dallas/Plano area. Our primary motivation for..." More

"My wife and I moved to Highland Springs Continuing Care Community in Far North Dallas in the spring of 2013 after researching other communities in the Dallas/Plano area. Our primary motivation for..." More


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Presbyterian Village North - Joyce Hall

Provides: Continuing Care Communities

8600 Skyline Drive, Dallas, TX 75243

"My mom will be moving in Presbyterian Village North. The staff is very accommodating. The apartments are very nice. It is currently being remodeled. The dining room is very nice. We tried the food,..." More

"My mom will be moving in Presbyterian Village North. The staff is very accommodating. The apartments are very nice. It is currently being remodeled. The dining room is very nice. We tried the food,..." More


Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Dallas, TX

Other Options in Dallas, TX

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Dallas

  • Review of The Forum at Park Lane

    My Mother was in the skilled nursing facility after stomach surgery. She had diarrhea for the first week and a half and could not get out of bed. The nurses and CAs forced her to lay in her own fil... Read more

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  • Review of C. C. Young

    We had both parents there and utilized all levels of living: totally independent apartment, then in apartment onsite help, then assisted living, memory care, finally hospice. CC Young was wonderf... Read more

    Jane4347
  • Review of Edgemere

    Edgemere had four levels of care, but we were visiting the independent level. It's very expensive, but I liked it a lot. It had beautiful walkways within the grounds and there were gardens around t... Read more

    Ann

Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Dallas County, TX

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Texas Continuing Care Retirement Communities


Abilene,
Texas Wesley Court Methodist Retirement Community
2617 Antilley Road
Abilene TX 79606
(325) 437-1184 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Abilene,
Texas Wisteria Place Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
3202 S Willis St
Abilene TX 79605
(325) 692-6145 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Corporation
Amarillo,
Texas Ware Memorial Care Center
400 W 14th St
Amarillo TX 79101
(806) 373-0471 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Corporation
Amarillo,
Texas Windflower Nursing
5500 W 9th Ave
Amarillo TX 79106
(806) 352-7244 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Other
Austin,
Texas The Health Care Center at Longhorn Village
12001 Longhorn Parkway
Austin TX 78732
(512) 382-4664 not-for-profit
The Summit At Westlake Hills
1034 Liberty Park Dr
Austin TX 78746
(512) 328-3775 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Partnership
Westminster Health Care Center
4100 Jackson Ave
Austin TX 78731
(512) 454-2140 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Corporation
Bay City,
Texas Matagorda House Healthcare Center
700 12th St
Bay City TX 77414
(979) 245-7800 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
Beaumont,
Texas Calder Woods
7080 Calder
Beaumont TX 77706
(409) 861-1123 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Bedford,
Texas Parkwood Healthcare Community
2600 Parkview Dr
Bedford TX 76022
(817) 354-6556 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Boerne,
Texas Kendall House Wellness & Rehabilitation
1050 Grand Blvd.
Boerne TX 78006
(830) 816-4100 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Church Related
Bryan,
Texas Crestview Retirement Community
2505 E Villa Maria Rd
Bryan TX 77802
(979) 776-4778 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Corpus Christi,
Texas Holmgreen Center
317 N Carancahua
Corpus Christi TX 78401
(361) 887-2000 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Partnership
Corsicana,
Texas Heritage Oaks Retirement Village
3002 W Second Ave
Corsicana TX 75110
(903) 872-5130 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Dallas,
Texas Autumn Leaves Nursing Center
1010 Emerald Isle Dr
Dallas TX 75218
(214) 328-4161 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Partnership
Dallas,
Texas C C Young Memorial Home
4829 W Lawther Dr
Dallas TX 75214
(214) 827-8080 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Dallas,
Texas Grace Presbyterian Village
550 E Ann Arbor Ave
Dallas TX 75216
(214) 376-1701 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Dallas,
Texas Healthcare Center At The Forum At Park Lane
7827 Park Ln
Dallas TX 75225
(214) 369-9905 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
Dallas,
Texas Pearl Nordan Care Center Of Juliette Fowler Homes
1260 Abrams Rd
Dallas TX 75214
(214) 827-0813 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Church Related
Dallas,
Texas Presbyterian Village North Special Care Ctr
8600 Skyline Dr
Dallas TX 75243
(214) 355-9600 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Dallas,
Texas Signature Pointe On The Lake Healthcare Community
14655 Preston Rd
Dallas TX 75254
(972) 726-7575 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Partnership
Dallas,
Texas The Plaza At Edgemere Health Care
8502 Edgemere
Dallas TX 75225
(214) 615-7045 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
El Paso,
Texas The Montevista At Coronado
1575 Belvidere
El Paso TX 79912
(915) 833-2229 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
Fort Worth,
Texas Broadway Plaza Healthcare Center
5301 Bryant Irvin Rd
Fort Worth TX 76132
(817) 346-9407 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Fort Worth,
Texas Lakewood Village Health Care Center
5100 Randol Mill Rd
Fort Worth TX 76112
(817) 451-8001 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Fort Worth,
Texas Trinity Terrace
1600 Texas St
Fort Worth TX 76102
(817) 338-2400 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Corporation http://www.retirement.org/
Harlingen,
Texas Golden Palms Retirement & Health Center
2101 Treasure Hills Blvd
Harlingen TX 78550
(956) 389-4653 CCRC with a nursing home component
Independent Living Community
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Hereford,
Texas Kings Manor Methodist Home
400 Ranger Dr
Hereford TX 79045
(806) 364-0661 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Houston,
Texas Parkway Place
1321 Park Bayou Dr
Houston TX 77077
(281) 556-9200 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Houston,
Texas Spring Branch Transitional Care Center
1615 Hillendahl Rd
Houston TX 77055
(713) 365-0561 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Houston,
Texas The Buckingham
8530 Woodway Drive
Houston TX 77063
(713) 979-3777 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Houston,
Texas The Forum At Memorial Woods Healthcare Center
777 N Post Oak Rd
Houston TX 77024
(713) 956-6407 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Houston,
Texas The Hampton At Post Oak
2929 Post Oak Blvd
Houston TX 77056
(713) 993-9999 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Houston,
Texas The Hampton Health Care Center At Willowbrook
13500 Breton Ridge
Houston TX 77070
(281) 807-4744 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
Lakeway,
Texas The Summit At Lakeway Healthcare Center
1917 Lohmans Crossing Rd
Lakeway TX 78734
(512) 261-3211 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Corporation
Longview,
Texas Buckner Westminster Place
2201 Horseshoe Ln
Longview TX 75605
(903) 234-0000 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Lubbock,
Texas Carillon Inc
1717 A Norfolk Ave
Lubbock TX 79416
(806) 281-6114 CCRC with a nursing home component
Independent Living Community
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Lufkin,
Texas Pinecrest Retirement Community
1302 Tom Temple Dr
Lufkin TX 75904
(936) 634-1054 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Mesquite,
Texas Christian Care Center
1000 Wiggins Pkwy
Mesquite TX 75150
(972) 686-3000 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Midland,
Texas Mabee Health Care Center
2208 N Loop 250 W
Midland TX 79707
(432) 699-3401 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Corporation
Odessa,
Texas The Parks Methodist Retirement Village
111 Parks Village Dr
Odessa TX 79765
(432) 563-5707 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Plano,
Texas The Legacy At Willow Bend
6101 Ohio
Plano TX 75024
(972) 468-6300 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation
Red Oak,
Texas Red Oak Health & Rehabilitation Center
101 Reese Dr
Red Oak TX 75154
(469) 552-0500 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
Robstown,
Texas Retama Manor Nursing Center/Robstown
603 E Ave J
Robstown TX 78380
(361) 387-1568 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
San Antonio,
Texas Afv I Health Care Center
4917 Ravenswood Dr
San Antonio TX 78227
(210) 673-0325 CCRC with a nursing home component
Independent Living Community Non Profit - Corporation http://www.airforcevillages.com/
San Antonio,
Texas Afv Ii Health Care Center
5100 John D Ryan Blvd
San Antonio TX 78245
(210) 677-8666 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Corporation http://www.airforcevillages.com/v2ov.htm
San Antonio,
Texas Buena Vida Nursing And Rehab-San Antonio
5027 Pecan Grove
San Antonio TX 78222
(210) 333-6815 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
San Antonio,
Texas Patriot Heights Health Care Center
5000 Fawn Meadow
San Antonio TX 78240
(210) 696-6005 CCRC with a nursing home component
also includes an Assisted Living unit For Profit - Partnership
San Antonio,
Texas Salado Creek Living And Rehabilitation Center
603 Corinne St
San Antonio TX 78218
(210) 824-7331 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
San Antonio,
Texas The Army Residence Community Health Care Center
7400 Crestway Dr
San Antonio TX 78239
(210) 646-5200 CCRC with a nursing home component
Independent Living Community
also includes an Assisted Living unit Non Profit - Corporation http://www.armyresidence.com/
San Antonio,
Texas The Chandler Estate In Laurel Heights
1502 Howard St
San Antonio TX 78212
(210) 737-5100 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Corporation
San Antonio,
Texas The Forum At Lincoln Heights
311 W Nottingham
San Antonio TX 78209
(210) 824-2314 CCRC with a nursing home component For Profit - Corporation
Spring,
Texas The Village At Gleannloch Farms, Inc.
9505 North Point Blvd
Spring TX 77379
(281) 430-4900 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Corporation
Tomball,
Texas The Skilled Nursing Center At Tomball
605 Holderrieth
Tomball TX 77375
(281) 401-7937 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Other
Waco,
Texas Saint Catherine Center
300 West Highway 6
Waco TX 76712
(254) 761-8500 CCRC with a nursing home component Non Profit - Other
Sours: https://www.dibbern.com/continuing-care-communities/texas-continuing-care-retirement-communities.htm

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Sugar Land Texas CCRC

Sugar Land Texas CCRC

Are you or your loved one ready to find a Sugar Land Texas CCRC? Get in touch with The Village at Sugar Land, LLC, to find the perfect place for senior care. For those who do not know, CCRC stands for a continuing care retirement community. In other words, it may be an assisted living facility.

Our friendly community offers a wide variety of amenities and features any family would be happy with. There are options to live independently or have a completely assisted life. These different levels of care help find the right balance for each resident. We know how difficult it is to find the right kind of senior living community.

The Village at Sugar Land, LLC, wants to help make the decision easier by showing you the type of care we offer. Assisted living in Sugar Land is abundant, but we honestly believe your family will find more at our facility. Our facility is built to evoke cozy and homey environments.

Residents will also find more freedom here than in many other places. Those suffering from memory issues will find comfort in our memory care unit. It features 24/7 nurse support for residents. These features help ensure families their loved ones are getting the care they need. The Village at Sugar Land, LLC, is the best assisted living community families will find.

Benefits of Assisted Living

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The Village at Sugar Land is a place your loved one will embrace as home.

There is a time in one’s life when assisted living becomes the best option. A nursing home may be too much while living on your own is no longer viable.

This leaves a grey area that is filled with assisted living. Assisted living has numerous benefits for seniors. They will find comfort and peace of mind while in our care.

Improved Socialization

If you are in need of assisted living, then it may do some good to promote socialization. Seniors living by themselves may not get out as much as they would like.

In those situations, your social life plummets. You may even see family less than you want. Assisted living allows you to interact with more people because they are closer. Residents can meet new people and create new friendships while in our care.

24/7 Support

Seniors living on their own may require some assistance at specific times of the day. Obtaining that support is difficult when you are alone. Find that support immediately at The Village at Sugar Land, LLC.

We have a full team of staff and nurses to provide support to residents. This support also provides help with daily activities so that more fun can be had throughout the day.

Free Time

Living at home means you have to do everything yourself. You have to cook food, clean the house, and fetch the mail. All of those activities take time out of your day. Living in The Village at Sugar Land, LLC will provide more free time.

You will get to do more of the things you need rather than perform tedious tasks. You’ll have an independent lifestyle without the additional responsibilities. Do what you want to do.

Focus on Fun and Relaxation

Subsequently, having more time allows residents to have fun and relax for the rest of their life. They do not have to worry about handling bills or responsibilities of living alone.

They can live their best life at The Village at Sugar Land, LLC. Every day has a full slate of activities for residents. Enjoy these activities and take transportation to your favorite shopping center. Enjoy and relax for the rest of your life.

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Your loved one will enjoy many activities offered at The Village.

Personalized Care

The Village at Sugar Land, LLC, has the perfect senior housing because the care is personalized to each resident. The medication they need and the routines they have been customized to them.

Our staff and medical team individualize their schedules around the residents. This personalized care is unlike anywhere else. Feel like you are taken care of while in our hands. We will ensure you feel comfortable and your needs are met.

Assisted Living Plans

The Village at Sugar land, LLC, offers three levels of assisted living with a handful of floor plans to choose from. Each apartment offers a walk-in closet, full bath, and kitchenettes equipped with refrigerators.

Some apartments feature patios to enclosed courtyards. Our courtyards feature walking paths and landscaped areas so residents can enjoy a nice walk when they wish.

You can find the full list of floor plans we offer below.

  • One-bedroom
  • One-bedroom deluxe
  • Studio
  • Studio deluxe
  • Two-bedroom

When it comes to caring, residents have a choice between three varying levels. The first level of care is independent living with minimal assistance. Medication help is also provided for all plans. The second level of care offers minimal to moderate support for daily activities. It may also require some occasional intervention for specific behaviors.

Finally, the last plan is the third level. This is support through most daily activities and requires more frequent interventions for behaviors.

It is these plans that allow residents to live their best lives. They fit the requirements of different people, and if you are unsure what is best for you, give us a call.

We do offer an assisted living plus option that is for more specific situations. For example, a resident may have just received surgery.

That resident can receive assisted living plus to ensure their recovery. Our plus plan offers 24/7 nurse support to help patients feel better faster. The Village at Sugar Land also provides this support to non-residents.

Sugar Land Texas CCRC

Choosing the right continuing care retirement community (CCRC) is difficult. The Village at Sugar Land, LLC, ensures that the decision will be easier after visiting our facility.

Give us a call today at (281) 729-8800 to schedule a visit. Or visit our locations and living options webpages to learn more about our services. Even more, you can check out our Sugar Land TX Senior Living Communities articles for more information. We hope you will see the numerous benefits that our facility provides to seniors and their families. 

Families should also visit our website to find additional information on our community. You can read more about activities, food, and community. Our residents are truly happy here, which makes our community a friendly place. Families can stop searching Sugar Land Texas CCRC and give us a call today!

Fun Facts about Sugar Land

  • Sugar Land in 2013 now boasts a population of 84,511.

  • Town Square covers 1.2 acres providing a public plaza for community-wide events and gatherings.

  • Sugar Land has more than 560 acres of developed parkland.

  • Find more fun facts about Sugar Land here.
Sours: https://villageatsugarland.com/sugar-land-texas-ccrc/


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