Testimonial: "If the time comes for you or a loved one, take a look here to see one of the best facilities in Houston..."
"My mom was one of the first residents here. She started in the rehab center but has decided to stay long-term. The staff is super friendly, the activity coordinator, Kelly, is a ray of sunshine, and the nurses are all here because this is the kind of work they want to do. It is rough work and I imagine hard to do it with a smile day in day out. My mom tells me there are no sour pusses here.
My mom has ALS and has many odd and very specific medical needs as the disease progresses, but she is mentally all there. It is a hard road and requires a great deal of adaptability from staff. The general manager, Rose, is an incredible human being who cares about residents and has put in hours of work on my mom's behalf to deal with her special case. She is helping to make the staff expert on her needs.
The social worker, Haley is also noteworthy. She texts me photos every so often and gives me updates on how my mom is adapting. This is especially nice since I do not live close enough to visit as often as I would like.
The grounds do not feel like a hospital which is key to living. The garden is lovely and there are regular trips to Herman park. I can attest the food also quite good. The chef takes requests and they let residents host family dinners.
Look, no one wants to move from home. This is still a 'facility' but there are few run in such a resident-centered way. I would rather she still lived at home. She would rather that. But if the time comes for you or a loved one, take a look here to see one of the best facilities in Houston."