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There are 6 assisted living facilities in Grand Prairie, TX and 30 assisted living facilities nearby.
Abby's Place aims to provide an environment that promotes a sense of well-being and we strive to make an outstanding difference in the lives of our residents and their loved ones.
Mayberry Gardens is a special assisted living and memory care residence providing family-style living for seniors who need some assistance, but don’t require full-time skilled nursing care. Each home is designed to accommodate between 11 to 15 residents in a…
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Upon arrival you can find seniors enjoying the front sun room either reading or soicalizing. The common area is clean, modern and cozy. The rooms are spacious and suitable for the residents. The staff is really nice and helpful. Residents are always excited about participating with daily activities. And they look for...Read more Atria Grand Prairie reviews
Horizon Bay is owned by a stable corporation. Very appealing exterior and interior. The activity calendar has plenty to choose from to entice any of the residents. If you did not know, you would not believe that it is a senior living facility. All staff members have been very accommodating and friendly during my visi...Read more Atria Grand Prairie reviews
I would absolutely warn people about going to Brookdale Grand Prairie because they have bedbugs. My mother was a resident for four years. The people there were lovely but poorly informed. When I found the bedbugs, she had broken out, and I thought she had shingles. I took her to the nurse. The nurse didn't know what it...Read more Atria Grand Prairie reviews
My tour of Atria Grand Prairie was great. The staff was awesome. The facility itself was one of the nicest that I've seen. My mother would get a studio and it's spacious. My family said the food was good. We chose it because my mother liked it the most.Read more Atria Grand Prairie reviews
Atria Grand Prairie had a lot of things for people to do and join in. They had happy hour, parties and get-togethers, which would be great for helping someone to make friends. It's a beautiful place. The staff during the tour was extremely caring, very attentive, asked questions about my mother, really wanted to help, ...Read more Atria Grand Prairie reviews
Named one of Money Magazine’s “Best Places To Live” in 2008 and offering tons of activities and services, assisted living in Grand Prairie is a great choice for seniors looking for a unique retirement experience.
Assisted living in Grand Prairie offers a little something for everyone. Whether interested in the arts, sports or something in between, seniors will find engaging entertainment nearby. Seniors can visit the Winspear Opera House in the Dallas Arts District, enjoy football at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium, tour the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth or take a trip into the past at Old City Park’s Dallas Heritage Village.
Grand Prairie is the home of several senior centers. The Grand Prairie Senior Citizen Center offers a low-cost annual membership and hosts daily activities such as aerobics classes, day trips around the metroplex, dances with live bands and computer classes.
In 2010, the city opened The Summit, a $23 million facility specifically designed for adults over age 50. It has a fitness area, indoor pool with lap lanes, locker rooms with saunas, a 100-seat movie theater and banquet rooms with full kitchen. With centers like these, assisted living in Grand Prairie is never boring.
Communities of assisted living in Grand Prairie are only a short distance from several hospitals in the Dallas, Arlington and Fort Worth areas. Specializing in at least 100 areas of medicine, Medical City Dallas Hospital received accreditation by the Society of Chest Pain Centers and the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission for Primary Stroke Centers.
Also in Dallas, Parkland Hospital was named one of “America’s Best Hospitals” 16 years in a row by U.S. News and World Report. Parkland provides geriatric care to people 60 and older. Parkland’s geriatric services include Geriatric Primary Care Clinics located throughout Dallas County to allow seniors access to healthcare near their homes. Senior house calls are also available to seniors over 70 that are also homebound.
Grand Prairie offers a transit program for eligible seniors called Grand Connection. Once accepted into the program, seniors can request transportation to and from doctor’s appointments or grocery stores that are within the city limits. Seniors traveling into neighboring Dallas or Fort Worth enjoy those cities’ state-of-the-art public transportation services as well.
Assisted living in Grand Prairie offers activities and services above and beyond the average community. As a result, seniors in Grand Prairie enjoy a life above and beyond the average senior. Learn more about local senior housing options by visiting our Grand Prairie Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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