Dallas Retirement Communities

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Dallas Retirement Communities

Highland Springs

Review by Concerned Son

Consumer

We would NOT recommend Highland Springs to anyone. We had our father in the memory care facility at Highland Springs from Fall 2014 to Fall 2015. The experience was very traumatic. While it's a beautiful looking facility we had numerous issues...

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Presbyterian Village North

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This is a large faith-based community that is affiliated with the local Presbyterian hospital in Dallas...

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Treemont Retirement Community

Review by Son and daughter-in-law

Consumer

We love Treemont Retirement Community and highly recommend this place. We placed our 89 year old mother in this facility approximately 6 months ago. We are very happy with the friendliness of the tenants and staff, the quality of services, etc...

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Grace Presbyterian Village

Review by Local Professional

Expert

When touring this community one of the main services that stands out the most is the Aquatic and Rehabilitation Therapy services. The residents have excellent outcomes from the aquatic services. Grace Presbyterian Village offers additional onsite wellness services such as massage therapy and even a onsite pharmacy...

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ParkGate Active Adult Retirement

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I have worked with this community for two years and have seen all their services and amenities. This is a beautiful building in a great downtown location. Reasonably priced and a caring staff.

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Churchill Estates at Lake Highlands

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I work with many Churchill properties and I really enjoy the staff. Each manager at each location is well involved with the day to day operations for their facilities. The residents are allowed to be pro-active in their daily activities which is a huge plus...

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Information About Retirement Community in Dallas

Dallas Texas Retirement CommunitiesSeniors considering moving to Dallas retirement communities will find themselves in the heart of North Texas, at the center of where the three forks of the Trinity river meet. The Dallas historical society  tells the tale of how the city began as a simple trading post with Native Americans in 1839 and became a permanent community in the early 1840s, because of its central location. According to the Dallas Texas Economic Development website the thriving city now has a population of around two million people with a cost of living that is approximately 92-percent of the national average. Here, seniors will find a diverse culture to live, volunteer and play in during their retirement years.

Attractions

The Dallas Economic Development website also states that the city has more restaurants and shopping opportunities per capita than anywhere else in the country. The official Dallas city website  shows a wealth of activities for residents of Dallas retirement communities to take part in, including the city zoo, Museum of Science and Nature, an aquarium, an arboretum and the Museum of Art. Residents can visit the Bath House Cultural Center, South Dallas Cultural Center, African American Museum or the Latino Cultural Center anytime they want to learn more about history. There are multiple trails throughout the city, including ones by White Rock Lake, for nature-lovers to walk and enjoy the world around them.

Senior Activities

The organization Dallas Senior Source offers those in Dallas retirement communities various services. This includes help with accessing prescription drugs, finding jobs, acquainting seniors with other seniors for companionship and locating other services, such as medical care. The senior companionship program offers the elderly a chance to stay in their own homes longer, with senior volunteers taking the time to help them be independent. It also runs the ElderCare Partners Program that gets the members of Dallas retirement communities in touch with experts to help with any needs, including emotional and physical issues.

Medical Facilities

The members of Dallas retirement communities have a few great facilities to choose from for medical care. The Methodist Dallas Medical Center is one of these choices. It was established in 1927, and has served the area with a variety of different specialists on-site, including experts in cardiology, cancer research and ophthalmology. There is even a special Joint Academy for patients who have had total-joint replacement surgery at the hospital. Another choice for new residents is the Baylor Medical Center, also known as Mary Shiels Hospital. It offers pain management, plastic surgery services, orthopedic surgeons and more to the Dallas area.

Transportation

More Dallas Retirement CommunitiesGetting around the city from any of the Dallas retirement communities is easy. There is the DART public bus and DART mass transit rail that has multiple stops all over the area. The M-Line Trolley runs throughout downtown, offering easy access to all of the spectacular shops and restaurants. The TRE Commuter Rail runs between Dallas and Fort Worth, making any visit between the two cities hassle-free. The Love Field Regional Airport makes it simple for any long-distance friends or family members to visit and city taxicabs are always available to get residents and visitors to their locations fast. All of the different Dallas retirement communities, no matter what style of homes they contain, share common threads. The rich history and fun-filled lifestyle of the city is great for seniors, as well as a mixture of every age group and family status. Back to Top