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Barton House

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2229 Williams Trace Blvd , Sugar Land, TX 77478

(855) 840-7257

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I visited the Barton House and was greeted with a warm welcome. The community is tucked away and has a homelike environment. The residents appeared to be enjoying themselves and participate in their living environment. There is a designated man-cave, several common living area for games, arts and crafts, gardening, television, and there is a very friendly pet of one of the residents that is a designated greeter.

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Costs for Barton House

Memory Care Starting Cost per Month:

$ 5,900

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at Barton House

Property Info

Licensed Capacity: 20

Resident Capacity: 20

State License #: 030334

Studio Apartments

Kitchenette

Emergency Call System

24-Hour Staffing

Parking Provided

Beauty/Barber Shop

Activities

Social Events

Spiritual Activities

Exercise Classes

Live, On-site Entertainment

Gardening

Happy hour

Cabaret-Style Shows

Amenities

Outside Patio/Gardens

Cable/Satellite TV

Pet Policy: Small pets allowed

Family-Style Dining

Services

Nurse Availability: On Site 24/7

On-Site Medical Visits: Physical Therapist

Medication Management

Help with Activities of Daily Living

Guest Apartment

Guest Meals

Room Service

Housekeeping

Laundry and Linen Services

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Description of Barton House

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, it's difficult to know what to do. Home care is simply not feasible for most families today. And the alternative, institutionalization in the locked wing of a nursing home, is far from ideal.

In fact, most cognitively impaired people don't need the regimented care provided in a nursing home. What they need is a place designed specifically for them. With an environment that feels like a home, not a hospital. And a program of care that stresses individuality and interpersonal contact.

All of the staff at Barton House receive special training in working with the cognitively impaired. And all are hired as much for their belief in the basic dignity of every person as for their professional skills.

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