2200 Peachtree Lane, Lewisville, TX 75067
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
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I would tell people to not go there. It wasn't the best experience for our loved one. The community tells families that they can care for memory care. The staff isn't trained for this. They didn't have any precautions, physical safeguards aren't in place either. I only saw one person on duty at any given time. It is a small residential community with multiple residents. The community was clean.
We chose this community because the location is near where we live and I liked the the owner. She was very nice, helpful, and arranged more that one tour. The supervisor was nice, helpful , and made me feel very comfortable. For the most, my mother in law likes the food. and they make the extra effort to accommodate her. The caregivers are kind and made her feel very comfortable. I would recommend this community to other families and I already have.
Love the caregivers at Peachtree house! Their care of their residents are beyond the normal group home. They communicate very well with each other to keep the continuity of their residents care top notch! Love them, especially [name removed]! She knows her residents and she knows their needs!
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