Houston Retirement Communities

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Houston Retirement Communities

Eagle's Trace

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Staff is very hands on, with a good patient to staff ratio. The activities director is the best person working that position in the area. It is all about the residents there. Food is excellent. Community is brand new and really doing a great job.

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Eagle's Trace

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I have toured the new memory care community and the property is state of the art, first class. The newest and the greatest technology is available but has a feeling of home. The property is secured with a guard at the front gate and the directions to all of the buildings are visible.

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Eagle's Trace

Review by John

Consumer

The memory care unit is fairly new and has communication, staffing and task follow through issues. Ok for mild cases, not really up to the task for more involved or severe patients.

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Eagle's Trace

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I have toured the well maintained and secure property of Eagle Trace and participated in the grand opening of their memory care building. They have thought of everything to meet the needs of the residents and their families...

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Eagle's Trace

Review by Ann

Consumer

PROTECT YOURSELF BY UNDERSTANDING THE CONTRACT! Eagle’s Trace is a wonderful independent living community. The property itself is beautiful and well maintained, the food is very good and the staff is amazing and extremely helpful...

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Holly Hall

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This community is beautiful and offers independent living and assisted living in it's community. The staff are welcoming and informative. The property is secure and beautiful.

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Information About Retirement Community in Houston

Houston Retirement CommunitiesHouston, TX is a bustling metropolis that has been revitalized in recent years to offer a broad range of delight, from an exciting music scene, fantastic dining options, excellent shopping, along with lots of culture and events. It is the fourth largest city in the US and the largest in Texas, with a population of 2.1 million people. Founded in 1836, it has seen several periods of rapid growth. Initially it was a city vested in its port and railway, in 1901 the oil boom occurred, and a few decades later the Texas Medical Center and NASA's Johnson Space Center further blossomed this Texas star. Houston retirement community show strong are a cornerstone in making this a great city and showing what it has to offer.

Attractions

No matter your interest or budget, seniors at a Houston retirement community will find something to offer them. For quirky tastes, check out the Beer Can House constructed of 50,000 beer cans. For those who love military history, visit Battleship Texas, one of the last ships to participate in WWI and WWII. Houston is also home to over 50 museums, including the American Cowboy Museum, The Health Museum and the Holocaust Museum. Shopping districts are numerous and diverse and the city is full of some of the best dining experiences one can have in the US.

Senior Activities

The city of Houston itself supports the HPARD senior programs focused for seniors aged 55 years and older across the city. They offer a wide range of mostly free activities that can include creative classes, fitness programs and walking clubs, cultural events, dancing, and field trips. These services are offered most days of the week in facilities all over the Houston, TX. In addition, the Houston Square and Round Dance Council offers classes in square and round dancing, as well as clogging. They host an annual Houston Hoedown in late October. There is always something for members of Houston retirement communities to participate in.

Houston, TX Retirement CommunitiesMedical Facilities

Houston retirement communities members will find Houston to one of the world's largest complexes of medical research and patient care facilities at the Texas Medical Center. This complex is home to a number of the nation's best medical providers and is home to 54 institutions, 6,900 hospital beds, and 92,500 employees. Houston is also home to the Methodist Hospital, ranked #1 in Texas, and recognized as being one of the best facilities in the Gulf Coast by US News. This teaching hospital is known for having exceptional specialty care in cancer, diabetes & endocrinology, orthopedics, cardiology & heart surgery, geriatrics and eight other specialties.

Transportation

Houston, TX is home to the Metro service, which offers public transit to the city and its nearby communities. In addition to bus service, METRO also has a light rail system and offers free park & ride lots to help clear congestion in the city. They offer free trip planning through their website that can help determine the best bus routes to take and give accurate fare information. Houston, TX is a jewel in the south for senior living; it is home to some of the best medical facilities in the nation while offering a bustling metropolitan array of activities and attractions, and an active and vibrant senior community.   Back to Top