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As a family-owned company, Franklin Park works hard to create communities that feel like home, offering seniors the freedom to live the life they’ve always wanted. Built upon a foundation of social interaction, mental stimulation, spiritual connections and physical well-being, our homes encourage residents to make friends and embrace their new community.
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Franklin Park Sonterra is located near the Stone Oak area just off of loop 1604. This is a high traffic area but is close to (within one mile) Greenfield's market, HEB, restaurants, medical facilities, shops, and banks. The facility has style, upgrades, and amenities to appease even the most active senior.
Independent and Assisted Living residents call this place home. Services include all laundry, housekeeping, and meals. There is a great activity director that provides a variety of events, activities, and social interactions. The resident living quarters are spacious, comfortable, and many offer kitchenettes. This facility is not expensive and offers lots of amenities.
This senior community has beautiful landscaping with gated entry. The floor plans are updated and pet friendly. The staff are very helpful and sincerely connect with the residents. The community partners with other agencies to provide additional onsite resources such as health and wellness support. The residents are very sociable and highly involved with the community. This community offers a variety of activities that help to educate the residents about health and wellness. The residents at this community are active and ambitious.
My Mother has only been a resident at Franklin Park Stone Oak for one month. We struggled with the decision of moving her to a senior community and wondered would she be happy. When taking a tour of the Stone Oak everything was so beautiful. The staff was very positive and friendly. We were also invited to stay for lunch. We could not believe how great the food was and the selection offered. The other residents seemed so happy and at Home. Well, it has been a month now and we cannot believe how much our Mother has thrived at Stone Oak. She has many new friends, she loves all the staff and she goes out on weekly outings. Her life is so fulfilled and we are so Happy!!
I was asked by a close friend to help find an assisted living facility for their parent. I didn’t want my efforts to be wasted so thought I would share my review. Being the type who does lots of research before making a commitment on any purchase, let alone something as important as this, I did mine. I talked with folks who shared their perspective and other research methods, including online. I am in my mid 60’s myself, so feel like I am little more empathetic than a younger person may be. The facility is beautiful and you are struck with the quality of the facility from the second you walk in. The rooms are very well thought out and homey. The resident’s rooms have emergency call systems in place, showers you can roll into and a homey nice layout. I think some of the rooms even have a little kitchenette.
Of course they offer standard housekeeping and laundry services. The kitchen is an area residents normally wouldn’t be in, but no expense seemed to be spared there with everything being stainless steel, amazing stoves, ovens and freezers. The facility even has a private movies theater, library, a small chapel, spa etc.
Frankly, no matter how nice the facility may be, the people running it are most important component to trust a loved one with. Observing the interaction of the staff with the residents, I got a sense of sincerity, friendliness and caring. I have always felt it takes special people to be care givers to the elderly and treat them with the kindness and respect they deserve. I was assured by senior management that they understood that their staff is the single most important element and that they are constantly educating, monitoring, reviewing and hiring the best they can in this area.
If the staff is first class, then simple logic dictates that the quality of care has to be there. Again my observations and answers to my questions gave me comfort that the quality of care is mirrored with the quality of the staff, which I thought were impressive.
Though I did not eat there, I was able to tour the first class kitchen, which is larger than most restaurants and by far nicer. I was shown freshly prepared foods and how clean and sanitary the whole kitchen is. I forgot to mention the cozy dining areas which i liked. I was told by the two I talked to that food was typically very good, with different daily offerings.
Well this review is longer than I expected, but having visited other assisted living, this is only one so far that I gave five stars to and recommended to my friend. I hope it was helpful and I will update it should anything change, positive or negative.
I I was very impressed when I had the opportunity to visit this community. They really seem to have their act together and the residents are very happy. Other communities should take a page from Franklin Park's "book"
I have to commend the new management at Franklin Park Stone Oak. As someone who visits their loved one often, I have noticed how things are improving. I really like the new chef, and the people in charge seem to be making the right moves. I have met the new Executive Manager and its nice to see a fresh face and a can do attitude. Overall, it's a big improvement. I am glad to see the changes.
In this community, for their assisted living I feel they never have enough staff. For everything else, it is a beautiful, brand new facility. They seem to really go the extra effort to reach out to their residents.
Franklin Park Lewisville is one of the finest facilities just outside of Dallas that offers excellent quality for the senior wanting to live independently and yet still be active with the opportunity to participate in a number of activities and not have to leave the grounds.