Senior Lifestyle Corporation
has 183 featured Senior Living communities. Please browse the listings below to find the right location for you.
Setting ourselves apart with a focus on detail and hospitality in every aspect of our business, Senior Lifestyle Corporation has been helping seniors enjoy healthier, more fulfilling lives since 1985. Each Senior Lifestyle community is home to a unique group of seniors, and we tailor every aspect of our homes, from dining and hospitality to programming and care, to meet their individual needs. We are constantly innovating new lifestyle choices to meet the rising expectations of our current and future residents as well as their families.
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It is our pleasure to give Garden Estates of Tyler, TX a ‘FULL CONFIDENCE” rating. From the very first phone call seeking information to the present (our loved one is now a resident of this facility in Assisted Living). A search for a living residence for our parent was totally new for us. “Help is on the way at Garden Estates of Tyler. They are all patient regarding our numerous questions”. Ramon K. was our first point of contact via phone showing genuine interest, concern and clarity. After setting up a visit, all staff went out of their way to be friendly. We did not encounter any staff who did not make us feel welcome. During the sharing time there was much interaction between Ramon and our family, that included interaction with our parent. You could sense his interest and understood the affect of a life transition on all of us. Garden Estates is clean every where you look. From our observation, Garden Estates’ priority is each and every resident. Before the end of two weeks, our loved one was already being called by name by staff. At Garden Estates, you are family not just another person or resident. The medical staff with Keisha F. LVN at the helm, provides TOP NOTCH care to the residents with love and concern the same way we would do for our parent. Their dispensing of Meds is not an extra. Your loved one(s) will not be alone or feel so. The food service from Chef to its serving is quality. We were given the privilege to eat a lunch and dinner meal there with our loved one. Friendly, caring, good food and variety describes this experience. Deidra H., Executive Director personally along with her Assistant Shannon, went over all the financial obligations with our family and parent once we committed to residence. Professional, caring and explanatory would describe our time with Deidra and Shannon. Every question we had was kindly answered by Garden Estates including names of movers if so needed. Movers Jerry Stewart and crew went above and beyond in moving our parent from home to facility making this a smooth transition.
I liked The Village at the Woodlands Waterway. It felt more open and airy. I was very disappointed that the staff member we had an appointment with did not tell me upfront that she had another meeting with a client, but I was really impressed with the person who did tour us. They gave us a little goody bag and thanked us for visiting. The dining room was beautiful. They had transportation for the people.
Heron House was very reasonable and the people I talked to were very good. The rooms were just basic. We were looking for respite at the time and that was a lockdown situation. The rooms were small but very adequate and had a really nice outdoor area that was accessible without anybody being able to get out or get in. The lady that I met there was very nice. The respite was filling up pretty fast.
Madison House was a very nice place that passed any expectations I had. The staff was very courteous and easy to get along with. Everybody was friendly. The rooms and apartments were all very nice, nicely furnished, and a good size. It was laid out nicely, and the grounds were well taken care of. The dining area was very clean, well organized, and had a more homey feel to it.
Court at Round Rock was our number 1 choice. We really enjoyed it. Debra was really great. We liked the way that she identified my mother and introduced her to people there. She made my mom feel a part of it. The place was very clean, nice, open, and friendly. We met a lot of the residents, who we liked because they were everywhere. We were very pleased with the place.
I was very impressed with Lake Howard Heights. The gentleman who took us around and showed us the place was very informative and very friendly. The place was clean. I was impressed by what they had to offer. The only thing that was a little discouraging for us was the amount of walking you would have to do to get from a room to the elevator. For our mom, that wouldn’t work, but I was very impressed with that place.
The Village was very beautiful and looked like a resort. They were very friendly and had an opening for my mother-in-law, so they were really trying to sell the place. They had lots of activities, even more than where she’s living now. In this place, it seemed you could do whatever you could dream of. It was very nice, but you had to have money for that. The staff was very nice and very friendly. As a matter of fact, I just popped in because I emailed them, but they gave me a tour and everything.
Mission Creek assisted living area is very nice. I had my friend’s mom there and they raved about the facility. The people that we talked to were very nice, but we did not care for the memory care section. There was a terrible odor. The staff looked that they were really trying, but they just have a lot of patients. I would rate their memory care section a 2.
Presidential Place was nice, but the studio room was small. If I need to go into a facility, I would go there. The staff was very friendly. They were playing Wii bowling and bingo and told me a bunch of different activities they had. The food was very good. You could choose the plated lunch or choose off the menu.
Hickory Park was the second one we saw, and we did not feel as good about it as we had with the other place. It was adequate, but for the price, it did not compare to the other one we visited. I thought it was clean, but in the kitchen, they offered just a small refrigerator. The staff was friendly. It had an adequate dining room.
Fox Point was good and met my expectations. They told me everything I needed to know. I had my mother stay there for about a week without issues. Everything was fine. They had a number of different events. My mother enjoyed bingo. They had a bus that took them shopping or to racetrack.
We placed my mother in The Presidential Place. She has been there for almost two months and likes it. Nothing’s perfect, but it’s pretty good. The rooms are nice, the whole place is clean, nice. and modern. The thing that really convinced me was, not just the care of the patients, but the arts and crafts. At the other place we visited, it looked more like they were in kindergarten, whereas in Presidential Place, they really seem to treat them like adults.
The people at Orchard Park of McKinney were very nice and knowledgeable, and you could tell that they were proud of their building. I looked at the apartments and I thought they were small but functional for the price. My mom would probably be very happy there. I didn't see any activities, but they told me that they have calendars that they place in their rooms on a monthly basis so they know what's going on and have church services available. The only thing I didn't like was the location. They built condos right in front of it, so you don't really see it. Off of Medical Center Drive, you have to turn and go behind the building, and then you see the building. The physical location, the way they have it built with the building in front of it, was not very appealing.
The Atrium Village was beautiful, very efficient, and almost looked like it had the appearance of a hotel. They had baby grand pianos and stuff like that. It was a very attractive location with all the bells and whistles. Everything was great, and the tour was fantastic.
Siena Hills was a very good and nice facility with nice decor and ambiance. They had their own assisted living and a separate building for memory care. The rooms were very good. It was nicely done and nicely decorated. They had very good taste. The chairs and carpets were very nice. You could live there and not feel like you're living in a shabby place.
Court at Round Rock is very nice. The staff has been very helpful. The rooms and apartments look very nice and the common areas are very nice and well maintained. The facility location is OK. The grounds are also very nice and well kept. The dining area's very nice and inviting. You don't have a distance to walk, but you do have elevators, which is a drawback.
Lake Howard Heights was wonderful. The staff was very informative and gave us all the information and a call to follow-up. It was really great. They had a lot of stuff for seniors to do. We didn’t go there because it was not feasible.
Harbour Senior Living was OK. The place is all over the place, like when you're walking to your room, it's easy to get turned around, so I can imagine someone with issues having trouble with that. They didn't have many common areas, and I think a lot of the clients were in wheelchairs. Their Alzheimer's area didn't seem like they had anybody involved in anything. They were just sitting in wheelchairs. I felt like we didn't see a lot of staff around. I wasn't impressed with it at all. The rooms and dining area were OK. It's a clean and small place.
Lake Howard Heights isn't quite what I expected because they didn't have a recreation area. They only have a small outdoor area. The atmosphere is great, and it's in a nice location. The rooms ware very nice. The staff is nice, and everybody is friendly.
Sage Harbour at Baywinde was good. The staff was very professional, knew what they're doing, seem to care, and there when you need them. They had a couple of activity directors and all kinds of stuff to do all day long.