Atria Cy-Fair

11500 Fallbrook Dr Houston TX 77065

866-465-5993

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At Atria Cy-Fair we offer senior living services designed to meet the needs of seniors at various life stages ranging from independent living to assisted living and a memory care community. We are located less than an hour from downtown Houston and about an hour from Galveston. Our residents enjoy outings to local attractions such as the African Safari, the Woodlands and seaside boardwalks.

Our independent community provides full apartments, weekly housekeeping and meals. Independent living residents are always welcome to take part in activities and amenities in the assisted living area.

Our assisted living community provides senior apartments with studios and one bedroom apartments. All apartments have a private bath with walk in shower. There are many common areas and amenities including an ice cream parlor, an indoor garden pool table and private dining room. Our large outdoor area is perfect for gardening, bird watching and enjoying cookouts and visiting with friends.

Our memory care community is fully secured and offers a private courtyard, as well as common areas specifically designed to meet the needs of those with dementia. Memory care staff are also specially trained in understanding the unique requirements of memory care residents.

Residents in all of our communities enjoy a robust activity schedule that is designed by our activity director with input from residents and their families. Popular activities include:

Community outreach events, such as our monthly Alzheimer's support group and local VA sponsored events
Crochet club
Poker games
Health talks
Live music events
Painting
Wine tasting classes

Our chefs incorporate many years of experience and fresh local ingredients to prepare restaurant quality cuisine for all of our residents. We can accommodate special diets and always offer a choice of entrees. Our chefs also enjoy our backyard barbecues and always rise to special occasions such as birthdays and holidays.

Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 200 locations in 26 states and seven Canadian provinces. Atria communities are home to more than 23,000 seniors and employ more than 14,000 people.

Pricing at Atria Cy-Fair

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Atria Cy-Fair

3.8 of 5 Average rating
82 Reviews
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(42) A Place For Mom
(40) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Not a good place anymore

    my Mom entered Brookdale CyFair as a memory care with two person assist to move in and out of her wheel chair. Now it is managed by a company called Atria whose guidelines say two person assists are not qualified for assisted living. Now I have to find her another place. It's not a good idea to move memory care patients. It's very difficult to adjust a new place. We moved to this facility in [date removed] planning to keep Mom there till the end. Such an unnecessary upset for a poor 90 year old invalid with dementia.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Not a good place anymore

    my Mom entered Brookdale CyFair as a memory care with two person assist to move in and out of her wheel chair. Now it is managed by a company called Atria whose guidelines say two person assists are not qualified for assisted living. Now I have to find her another place. It's not a good idea to move memory care patients. It's very difficult to adjust a new place. We moved to this facility in [date removed] planning to keep Mom there till the end. Such an unnecessary upset for a poor 90 year old invalid with dementia.

  • This is where my Dad is currently at. They just recently went from Brookdale to Atria. In recent months, the food has gone downhill and the service is not as friendly as before. They just fired two of the directors so one can hope that improvements are on the way.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    This is where my Dad is currently at. They just recently went from Brookdale to Atria. In recent months, the food has gone downhill and the service is not as friendly as before. They just fired two of the directors so one can hope that improvements are on the way.

  • I am dissatisfied

    I am pretty dissatisfied with everything right now. I have faced some issues concerning with the staff and the care that they’re providing with my loved one. Recently when I came to visit my loved one was facing issues hygiene wise. She was not being properly cleaned and she was unfortunately soiling herself. Now because of this it resulted with a particular nurse explaining to me that she needs “extra care” that would cost an extra $500 on month. To begin with, what is “extra care”? What is that supposed to entitle? Does my love on only have “basic care”? The nurse just kept explaining vaguely that she just needs extra care. Secondly, not only with this nurse, but with the other nurses that looks over my loved one, no one cared to call me to inform me about my loved one’s condition. I had to find out during a visit. Now it is a possibility that she’s just old or it’s maybe it’s the food, however no one bothered to investigate and to inform me of what is happening. I do not appreciate this sort of lack of communication. I would voice my complaints to that particular nurse and every time I need to follow up with her she seems to always not be available. She doesn’t seem to even make the time to sit with me to explain the situation. She would only be so pushy for me to sign the papers to approve the “extra care” so they can charge me more money. Also, when I would try to talk to her she would always be on the defensive. Another thing is getting my loved one to certain activities on site. First of all you don’t know where anything is. If you were to ask someone where the exercise class is happening they would say in this certain wing. Well where is it? How am I supposed to know where that is? They are supposed to have religious events as well such as communion and rosary service but they don’t assist my loved one to find the places to when they are happening. It’s very frustrating at the moment to be put in this situation and for them not getting back to me in a timely manner. My loved one needs caring nurses; the staff here is not so “come forth” with any kind of information.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    I am dissatisfied

    I am pretty dissatisfied with everything right now. I have faced some issues concerning with the staff and the care that they’re providing with my loved one. Recently when I came to visit my loved one was facing issues hygiene wise. She was not being properly cleaned and she was unfortunately soiling herself. Now because of this it resulted with a particular nurse explaining to me that she needs “extra care” that would cost an extra $500 on month. To begin with, what is “extra care”? What is that supposed to entitle? Does my love on only have “basic care”? The nurse just kept explaining vaguely that she just needs extra care. Secondly, not only with this nurse, but with the other nurses that looks over my loved one, no one cared to call me to inform me about my loved one’s condition. I had to find out during a visit. Now it is a possibility that she’s just old or it’s maybe it’s the food, however no one bothered to investigate and to inform me of what is happening. I do not appreciate this sort of lack of communication. I would voice my complaints to that particular nurse and every time I need to follow up with her she seems to always not be available. She doesn’t seem to even make the time to sit with me to explain the situation. She would only be so pushy for me to sign the papers to approve the “extra care” so they can charge me more money. Also, when I would try to talk to her she would always be on the defensive. Another thing is getting my loved one to certain activities on site. First of all you don’t know where anything is. If you were to ask someone where the exercise class is happening they would say in this certain wing. Well where is it? How am I supposed to know where that is? They are supposed to have religious events as well such as communion and rosary service but they don’t assist my loved one to find the places to when they are happening. It’s very frustrating at the moment to be put in this situation and for them not getting back to me in a timely manner. My loved one needs caring nurses; the staff here is not so “come forth” with any kind of information.

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Community Details at Atria Cy-Fair

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    • Atria Cy-Fair Amenities

      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Activities Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Meals Provided
      • Activities Offsite
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Devotional Services Onsite

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Atria Cy-Fair

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      • Assisted Living
      • Memory Care
      • Nursing Home
      • Care Homes
      • Independent Living
      • Home Care
      • Senior Apartments