Brookdale Beckett Meadows

7709 Beckett Road Austin TX 78749

866-465-5993

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Redefine your independence with a worry-free lifestyle.


There are plenty of active seniors out there who are ready, willing and able to take on the world—with just a bit of help. If you’re living a mostly independent lifestyle, but you could use an extra hand with some of your day-to-day activities, our senior living community with both assisted living and memory care in Austin, Texas, could be right for you.

With assisted living, you’ll have help with medications, dressing and bathing, as well as services like housekeeping and meals. You’ll also find comfort knowing that staff is on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That means you can spend time on the things you really want to do while we take care if the rest. And here are just a few of the fun activities you could be enjoying with new friends:
•Fitness classes
•Board games and card games
•Bingo
•Arts and crafts classes in our art studio
•Karaoke
•Billiards
•BrainFit classes
•Shopping
•Wii bowling
•Cooking classes?

You’ll also have choices when it comes to choosing your apartment. We have several options, including studio and one-bedroom floor plans. Here are just a few more features to make you feel right at home:
•Lots of storage
•Private bathroom
•Plenty of natural window light
•Garden view available with select floor plans
•Working kitchen
•Fewer worries with fewer bills—utilities and maintenance are included?

Ready for a little friendly competition? Board games, bingo, dominos and card games— our game room has it all. We even have our own theater on campus so you can enjoy a matinee with popcorn without having to fight the crowds at the big commercial movie theaters.

Our Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care community, also known as Clare Bridge, is rooted in “a person-centered approach”. That means we help our residents find a sense of belonging and purpose while also helping them preserve who they are.

In Clare Bridge, we go above and beyond just planning activities for your loved one. The Clare Bridge Daily Path offers a gentle daily structure of six planned programs per day, which maintain our residents' abilities and encourage the use of their current skills. These include a morning cognitive workout with discussions, brain stimulating games and physical activity with a variety of opportunities like our B-Fit program, walking programs, and dancing.

You’ll also find comfort knowing that staff is on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Your wellness is supported by collaborative care partnerships between your family, our care associates and other healthcare providers. Our exclusive Personalized Service System allows us to provide individually customized plans for you if you live in assisted living and memory care.  You only pay for what you need, and the plan is flexible so if your needs increase or decrease, so do your costs.

Pricing at Brookdale Beckett Meadows

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
not available
1 Bedroom
not available
2 Bedrooms
not available
Semi-Private
not available

*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 Brookdale Beckett Meadows

3.7 of 5 Average rating
58 Reviews
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(31) A Place For Mom
(27) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • A friendly and caring facility

    Overall, it was very clean and the food was very good. They had some staff that were amazing and they knew my dad personally especially the receptionist, but others not so much. One thing my dad wasn't happy about was he would have wait for the escorts to and from meals. I had trouble with the medication management . They ordered medication that the doctor discontinued and charged us $400 for it. I didn't feel that they were on top on that. They had a care conference to discuss how to support engaging my dad in interaction with others including moving his apartment closer to the lobby.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    A friendly and caring facility

    Overall, it was very clean and the food was very good. They had some staff that were amazing and they knew my dad personally especially the receptionist, but others not so much. One thing my dad wasn't happy about was he would have wait for the escorts to and from meals. I had trouble with the medication management . They ordered medication that the doctor discontinued and charged us $400 for it. I didn't feel that they were on top on that. They had a care conference to discuss how to support engaging my dad in interaction with others including moving his apartment closer to the lobby.

  • WHY take the risk?

    Now, it just takes one absurd screw-up to threaten the life of your loved one. Common complaints of bad care due to "understaffing" (how about training?) abounded before the pandemic, so what about NOW?? Example: It only takes forgetting to sanitize a phone, or door knob, or sink knob one time. Can all residents be constantly reminded to not give dinner rolls to each other by hand? Who is coughing on the candy dish in the lobby? Just dining next to someone can be a dangerous thing. So much to do and so few employees has been the past mantra, so just imagine now!! Before the quarantine my mother told me three times that she is captive. In this dangerous time, why not become more conscientious and take care of your own, rather than outsource it to unknown others who seem to be too busy even at the best of times?? It would also lighten the load for staff who are over-worked and thus, more careless - especially the Memory "Assistance" staff. What good is personal financial success if you do not value the person who cared for you not so long ago? Note: As of today, 75 people connected to San Antonio, Texas long-term care facility infected. As long-term care facilities become a growing concern during suffer coronavirus outbreaks, 67 patients and eight staff members at one San Antonio center have been infected.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    WHY take the risk?

    Now, it just takes one absurd screw-up to threaten the life of your loved one. Common complaints of bad care due to "understaffing" (how about training?) abounded before the pandemic, so what about NOW?? Example: It only takes forgetting to sanitize a phone, or door knob, or sink knob one time. Can all residents be constantly reminded to not give dinner rolls to each other by hand? Who is coughing on the candy dish in the lobby? Just dining next to someone can be a dangerous thing. So much to do and so few employees has been the past mantra, so just imagine now!! Before the quarantine my mother told me three times that she is captive. In this dangerous time, why not become more conscientious and take care of your own, rather than outsource it to unknown others who seem to be too busy even at the best of times?? It would also lighten the load for staff who are over-worked and thus, more careless - especially the Memory "Assistance" staff. What good is personal financial success if you do not value the person who cared for you not so long ago? Note: As of today, 75 people connected to San Antonio, Texas long-term care facility infected. As long-term care facilities become a growing concern during suffer coronavirus outbreaks, 67 patients and eight staff members at one San Antonio center have been infected.

  • Incommunicado

    If communicating with a loved one who resides in Brookdale Beckett Meadows Assisted Living is even remotely important to you - don't expect to ever hear from him, or her more than once a week, or less if you do not provide him or her with a personal phone, or pager. Otherwise, this place is a veritable black hole for communication. An unfounded excuse, by a family member, prevents my mom from having a personal phone, or even a DIAL-LESS phone. That certainly assures a disaster, because after calling the main # and getting transferred to Assisted Living - Memory Assistance, the phone rings more than twenty times, or more before it's answered. Then, the individual must be fetched. The last time, the phone rang 40+ times and I had to hang up. This happened dozens of times and long "before" any talk of COVID-19 or a quarantine. Relatives & friends of hers also had the same problem, but they are too p.c. to complain. If it were 1920 I'd understand, but it is 2020. You'd think a DIAL-LESS phone would be provided to ALL residents IF Memory Assistance "experts" (ha-ha) at Brookdale actually thought communication was vital to "assisting ones memory"?? This raises deep concerns re: how capable or incapable they might be managing a major health crisis in a responsible manner. Complaining to the head office out of state - did not accomplish anything. At least put DIAL-LESS phones in various, general areas.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Incommunicado

    If communicating with a loved one who resides in Brookdale Beckett Meadows Assisted Living is even remotely important to you - don't expect to ever hear from him, or her more than once a week, or less if you do not provide him or her with a personal phone, or pager. Otherwise, this place is a veritable black hole for communication. An unfounded excuse, by a family member, prevents my mom from having a personal phone, or even a DIAL-LESS phone. That certainly assures a disaster, because after calling the main # and getting transferred to Assisted Living - Memory Assistance, the phone rings more than twenty times, or more before it's answered. Then, the individual must be fetched. The last time, the phone rang 40+ times and I had to hang up. This happened dozens of times and long "before" any talk of COVID-19 or a quarantine. Relatives & friends of hers also had the same problem, but they are too p.c. to complain. If it were 1920 I'd understand, but it is 2020. You'd think a DIAL-LESS phone would be provided to ALL residents IF Memory Assistance "experts" (ha-ha) at Brookdale actually thought communication was vital to "assisting ones memory"?? This raises deep concerns re: how capable or incapable they might be managing a major health crisis in a responsible manner. Complaining to the head office out of state - did not accomplish anything. At least put DIAL-LESS phones in various, general areas.

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