Houston Nursing Homes
There are 77 Nursing Homes in Houston, TX and 0 Nursing Homes nearby. The average cost of Nursing Homes in Houston, TX is $145 per day.
Average Cost: $4,500
Brookdale Galleria provides everything seniors need to live a rich and rewarding independent lifestyle in our elegant Houston high-rise community.
Brookdale Willowbrook Place is a caring and secure community offering options for seniors with assisted living and Alzheimer's or dementia care needs.
Experience Tradition, with flair at The Buckingham. Offering Houston's only traditional Life Care contract, our residents have unmatched comfort and security, all in an atmosphere that beckons you to get more out of life.
Colonial Oaks at Westchase Memory Care offers Alzheimer’s or memory care services and accommodations for individuals living in the Houston region.
Founded in 1975, St. Dominic Village is a faith-based, non-profit, continuing care retirement community dedicated to Caring for Our Elders with the...
A luxury high rise located in the heart of Houston, The Forum at Memorial Woods offers every level of care, spectacular views and all the amenities you could ask for.
For the senior who loves savings without compromising quality, Treemont Retirement Community offers the perfect blend of affordability and first-class services.
Parkway Place, located in Houston, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
Bridgecrest Rehabilitation Suites is Houton's premier state-of-the-art facility. We work to maximize the quality of life for our residents in a compassionate and professional environment, offering 24/7 skilled nursing.
Winterhaven Healthcare Center, located in Houston, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
Assisted living set amongst luxurious surroundings that include first-class amenities and personalized assistance is what seniors will find at the University in Houston.
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Houston Nursing Home Costs
The median cost of Nursing Homes in Houston for a single-occupancy apartment is $145/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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Reviews of Houston Nursing Homes
I visited this community once before. Walked in to a friendly clean environment. Receptionist was very nice and the staff was very helpful and nice. The caregivers were very hands on with patients and provided the patients with assisting them with bathing, meal preparation, grooming, companionship...Read more Colonial Oaks Senior Living at Westchase reviews
Great facility for memory care. This is a high-end facility with a moderate price tag. For residents needing memory therapy, this a one of the best facilities that I have found. Occupational therapy, memory activities, and social activities assist residents in gaining confidence and retaining skills...Read more Colonial Oaks Senior Living at Westchase reviews
the facility is very old and dirty, quality of care is so bad, and food is very bad,no activities to do and the staff just texts on there cell phones all dayRead more The Forum At Memorial Woods reviews
The Forum at Memorial Woods has undergone management changes so the level of quality and care is not as evident. Some of the staff seemed disengaged and not really connected with the residents. While visiting I really couldn't see any direct leadership, it was like everyone was just managing themselves...Read more The Forum At Memorial Woods reviews
The employees here do not seem to really care for what they do. It's like they're physically there, but their minds are somewhere else. I had been previously and it didn't seem as bad as this particular time. The place is not kept up very well at all...Read more The Forum At Memorial Woods reviews
My parents were in this facility, one in 'Memory Care' and one in 'Assisted Living'. They had been there since 2010 (beginning in 'Independent Living') and we had expected to have them there for life. Memory Care had deteriorated over the years (bed sores etc....Read more The Forum At Memorial Woods reviews