214 Martin St, Uvalde, TX 78801
With an ivy-coated, Spanish-style exterior, 214 Martin is an affordable assisted living community with a residential feel. Green palms and crape myrtle trees welcome our residents, some of whom have lived here for over 20 years. Located on two acres in Uvalde, Texas, our community is home to 16 residents served by trusted caregivers that are available throughout the day to tend to any needs. Our community is designed with our residents’ safety and well-being in mind: grab bars and ramps allow for easy accessibility, while spacious community rooms provide a warm, friendly area for residents to visit with their friends or play games. Our unique amenities don’t end at our community’s design: we even provide residents with transportation services to appointments! We view ourselves as an extension of our residents’ families, and for over 25 years, we have been honored to best serve the needs of the seniors who share our home. Visit our community today and discover all that 214 Martin has to offer.
For our residents, we are home. Our ground floor units are accessible and individually furnished according to residents’ needs. All of our suites feature a spacious, private bathroom adjacent...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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We knew something about 214 Martin long before we needed to find an assisted living arrangement for Mom. We did compare it to the only other facility in Uvalde and as far as we were concerned 214 Martin won hands down. They have a maximum occupancy of 16 residents. The facility was the city hospital before the current one was built and has been extensively remodeled. The staff is friendly and caring while providing care levels that could only be exceeded in a full blown nursing home. She has all of her own furniture and bedding but they do all of the house keeping and laundry. They provide all meals which according to Mom are superior to hospital and rehab food. They provided a small fridge and microwave if she wants to do something herself. She takes delivery of fresh fruit and a weekly basis and uses that to "enhance" oatmeal in the morning in the manner that she did when she lived at home. They can provide Skype video with Mom with an hours notice. Immediately after she moved in they implemented a very tight quarantine so the only way to communicate with Mom is via her cell phone (daily, she calls me any time she wishes) or video (prearranged). Activities are limited as they maintain an isolation policy but they do have community BINGO where each resident can sit outside the door to their suite while staff calls out the numbers. All residents can roam outside their suites but close social interaction is discouraged until the COVID 19 crisis is under control. This is mandated by the State of Texas.
Most positive impression of the two my brother and I visited Friday. They are located less than a mile from Mom's house. The facilities are nearly identical to the other option in Uvalde although the building is much older. (It used to be the local hospital but it appears to be thoroughly remodeled. It is a much smaller capacity than the other but they do have two openings. We met their administrator, [name removed], and had very positive feelings about them. Their only concern about Mom could be around her ability to transfer from her be to wheelchair in an emergency. She has not yet demonstrated that yet in the rehab that she is in now, but I am not sure that her therapists have focused on that yet. She has taken the initiative to transfer between wheelchair and toilet so she does not ask to be taken to the toilet if she is in her wheelchair. She cannot yet lift her left leg onto the bed once she seats herself there. They also have a flat rate without a schedule of fees for additional services. They have two current openings out of fourteen rooms.
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