Plano Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Plano Assisted Living Facilities

Village Creek Place

Review by Sherylrek

Consumer

What a wonderful team they have in this community. Very experienced nurse.. Marketer very compassionate Administrator help full and knowledgable In every aspect. This might be an older facility but I give it 5 stars with employees Cleanliness and comport . They also have a great activity director...

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The food is awful. It is frozen pre made food. Like you would get in a concession stand. Old people don't like sandwiches. They are so tight with their food that they don't put sugar on the table for fear that the people will use it. No cream for coffee. Table cloths and dishes are filthy...

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Village Creek Place

Review by Happy daughter

Consumer

My mother is 92 and has been a resident for over 2 years. She is very happy with the facility and the nursing staff is very caring and competent. The facility is older but exceptional well taken care of and always very clean. The entire staff is helpful and friendly...

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Prestonwood Court

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This is a very nice facility located in West Plano near Prestonwood Church that has a number of floors with an elevator & a formal dining room available on each floor. There is a daily exercise group,fitness center, and a personal trainer on-site for those who want to stay/get in shape...

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Brookdale Spring Creek Gardens

Review by Local Professional

Expert

When you walk in Brookdale Spring Creek Gardens (formerly known as Emeritus at Spring Creek Gardens), you will notice a warm, friendly environment, and will find they have licensed 24 hour care, assistance with medication, and nutritious meals...

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Brookdale Spring Creek Gardens

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Brookdale Spring Creek Gardens is a cozy homelike community. The building is well maintained and clean. The community has beautiful landscaping with courtyards with walking paths. The staff are very professional but for the most part they seem very busy therefore they are not very personable...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Plano

Plano, the ninth largest city in Texas, has had the distinct honor of being named the best place to live in the Western United States and the eleventh best place to live in the entire country by CNN Money Magazine. Residents of assisted living in Plano will enjoy being a part of this culturally rich community that is dedicated to safety and the environment. They will feel secure knowing that the City of Plano Police Department has received the 2010 National Award for Excellence in Neighborhood Watch, one of only two agencies awarded this honor nationally. It is no wonder that Plano has received such awards, as the city is home to a friendly community with numerous attractions, activities, dining and shopping.

Plano Attractions

Plano is populated with outstanding parks, trails and preserves. The parks comprise approximately 3,008 acres with activities for all ages. The Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, located on the western border of Plano, is a 200-acre park featuring many amenities in a naturally beautiful setting. Amenities include a 2.3-mile paved recreational trail, natural unpaved trails, three pavilions and three distinct eco-regions to explore. History buffs enjoying assisted living in Plano will delight in the Heritage Farmstead Museum, which offers visitors the chance to step back in time to 1891 and view what life was like while farming on the Blackland Prairies of North Texas.

Plano Senior Activities

The Plano Senior Recreation Center, accredited by the National Institute of Senior Centers, offers numerous classes, special events and trips year-round. The center is home to a fitness room, billiards room and snack bar, and regularly hosts ballroom dances with live music as well as many other daily activities such as Bingo and Bridge games. Residents of assisted living in Plano can also take advantage of the health programs offered on-site at the Senior Center through the Geriatric Wellness Center of Collin County. Seniors may receive health screenings, medical equipment and counseling.

Plano Medical Facilities

Residents of assisted living in Plano receive superior healthcare at The Medical Center of Plano. From humble beginnings as a small community hospital, the Center has grown into a world-class medical facility offering a comprehensive range of services and the latest in medical technology. The facility has 427 beds and over 900 physicians on staff representing many different specialties. The Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano is another first-class facility which has received several awards for healthcare quality. This 112-bed acute care hospital offers North Texas residents personalized care.

Plano Transportation

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) system is a regional transit authority that provides bus and light rail service in Dallas and 12 other cities. The DART Rail Red Line stops at the downtown Plano Station as well as many popular local attractions and destinations. Travelers can hop on a DART bus to complete their trip to and from a community of assisted living in Plano if the line does not stop where they need to go. Adults 65 years and older are able to receive a reduced fare on DART buses and rail. Plano is a wonderfully diverse community just outside of Dallas with award-winning environmental awareness and caring people. To learn more about local senior communities in the area, visit our Plano Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top