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7709 Beckett Road, Austin, TX 78749

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Dawn - Loved one of resident/client
5.0
A caring community

Our Loved One has lived at Beckett Meadows for 10 months. Initially, there was a period of adjustment, as we expected, and she required PT, OT & SP therapies, all of which she was able to receive on site. We have received excellent support from the Sales Manager, who was our initial contact with the community. There were management changes during this period, which were needed., but the consistency of day-to-day care for residents was admirable. Our Loved One now tells us regularly how friendly everyone is, how nice & kind the caregivers are to her, and how she thinks this is the best place for her to be. Having freedom to travel and address business responsibilities, while knowing that her needs will be met and that she is content, means everything to us. When there are any concerns, we know who to contact to achieve resolution. We have found that this is a place where we can be a part of our Loved One's caregiving team, focused on creating the best environment and care for her.... Read more

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About the facility Brookdale Beckett Meadows

Make the most of your golden years at Brookdale Beckett Meadows, where residents can find tailored memory care and assisted living services. Wellness is supported through collaborative care partnerships between Brookdale’s care associates, other health care providers, and family members. Through an exclusive Personalized Service System, you’ll receive the exact care you want and need without any surprise or unexpected costs. All care plans are flexible and will be adjusted as needed to best support you and your care journey. Residents and family members alike find peace of mind knowing staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to be alerted to an emergency, and an alert system is used to provide additional safety.

Residents in memory care have access to an award-winning program called Clare Bridge. In addition to the daily dementia-friendly activities provided through this program, residents can enjoy dementia-friendly menus, specifically crafted with healthy choices and easy-to-manage selections. Brookdale’s memory care programming is designed to promote feelings of belonging and purpose in a safe and family-like atmosphere. To simplify your days even more, assistance with transportation is provided, and concierge and postal services are available on-site. Residents of Brookdale Beckett Meadows also enjoy access to...

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3.8(64 reviews)
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Cleanliness

3.9

Friendliness

3.9

Meals & Dining

5.0

Care Services

3.7

Activities

3.8

Staff

4.7

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5.0
Dawn - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
June 14, 2022
A caring community

Our Loved One has lived at Beckett Meadows for 10 months. Initially, there was a period of adjustment, as we expected, and she required PT, OT & SP therapies, all of which she was able to receive on site. We have received excellent support from the Sales Manager, who was our initial contact with the community. There were management changes during this period, which were needed., but the consistency of day-to-day care for residents was admirable. Our Loved One now tells us regularly how friendly everyone is, how nice & kind the caregivers are to her, and how she thinks this is the best place for her to be. Having freedom to travel and address business responsibilities, while knowing that her needs will be met and that she is content, means everything to us. When there are any concerns, we know who to contact to achieve resolution. We have found that this is a place where we can be a part of our Loved One's caregiving team, focused on creating the best environment and care for her.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

5

Meals & Dining

5

Care Services

5

Activities

5

Staff

5

Value for Cost

5


5.0
Catherine Rainwater - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
June 13, 2022
A first-rate assisted-living

Just wanted to remark what an excellent staff you have in the Clare Bridge (memory care) unit. Each time I visit I notice one or more of them going out of their way to help and comfort the residents, most of whom need lots of assistance. No one is ever just sitting in a corner ignored. The staff are patient, friendly, kind, and helpful whenever I have a concern. It's a hard job and very stressful, especially these days. So thanks. You are appreciated.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

5

Meals & Dining

5

Care Services

5

Activities

5

Staff

5

Value for Cost

5


5.0
Paul W - Toured community
Assisted Living
November 23, 2021
Verified Review
My tour review

This was a good community however, they were a bit on the higher end.


3.0
Sue - Loved one of resident/client
Assisted Living
July 8, 2021
Verified Review
Fit our loved one.

The community is having a hard time with staffing right now. The community is very neat and clean and low-key and caring. The staff is very friendly also. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

4

Meals & Dining

5

Care Services

3

Activities

5

Staff

4

Value for Cost

5


5.0
anonymous - Toured community
Memory Care
May 30, 2021

After contacting A Place for Mom, [name removed] was my first point of contact into exploring senior living communities. I’m so grateful that he was as after speaking with him, I felt a much needed sense of hope. [name removed] provided exceptional service and support. He was available, responsive and truly caring. Our family was impressed with the team approach at Brookdale Beckett Meadows and that the Executive Director personally reached out to us for reassurance and to make sure our needs were met.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

5

Care Services

5

Activities

5

Value for Cost

5


4.0
Ginger - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
June 24, 2020
Verified Review
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.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

4

Care Services

4

Activities

4

Value for Cost

3


0.5
anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
April 4, 2020
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.

Cleanliness

0.5

Friendliness

0.5

Care Services

0.5

Activities

0.5

Value for Cost

0.5


0.5
Joe Baker - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
April 4, 2020
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.

Cleanliness

0.5

Friendliness

0.5

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0.5

Activities

0.5

Value for Cost

0.5


0.5
-- - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
March 7, 2020
SAD CHAPTER FOR MY DEAR MOTHER

I am VERY disappointed in Brookdale Beckett Meadows. I have not visited the place and perhaps that is why the management believes they can make any claims without evidence. I am overseas and was not part of the this bad decision process. What kind of (quote-unquote) Memory Assistance Service requires making a caller wait, wait and wait, every damn time he, or she attempts to call a loved one? I have tried to reach my mother on the phone on many occasions, but have only gotten through one time. Every other time, the phone has just rang and rang, but no one answered. Yes, I called at a normal time. I called at 10:30 am CST and mid-afternoon. Considering the money they rack in this is just crazy !! Can they not transfer the call to India and have someone there answer? I am not exaggerating. The phone rings at least twenty times each time my call is transferred to Memory Assistance. The term Memory Assistance must suggest that the staff has memory problems regarding phone usage. Brookdale Beckett Meadow's management (according to my brother) informed him that supplying my mother with a phone - might be a bad idea, as she might make "wild-calls". No doubt, if I were a resident there - I would be inclined to make a "wild-call" also. I'd be screaming, "Get me outta this damn place now!" Is this 1920, or 2020? Considering the high cost that my brother chose to fork over to Brookdale Beckett Meadows. (in a bid to make HIS life easier - not my mother's) - one would think convenient communication would be a priority. Wrong !! Do you let the phone ring 20 times or more when you call a friend, or family member, let alone the fire department, EMS, or Police??? The low priority which communication is given, to the residents of Brookdale Beckett Meadow's -- makes the "service" highly suspect. The place and its management - if not the entire nationwide "for-profit" business. While my mother was residing at Brookdale West Lake - only four months ago, she sounded sufficiently clear-minded when I would talk with her, every 1-2 days. Nevertheless, my brother (independently) chose to put her in Assisted Living at Brookdale Beckett Meadows. Since that time, I have been able to get through to her only one time. I have called at least 10 times. The last time I called - I was so irritated by the time it took for someone to answer the phone - that I imparted a little diatribe to the woman who answered. She got very defensive and talked over everything I said. I emailed the Wellness Director regarding my concerns about my mother getting: 1. A healthy diet - not hidden sugars and starches (every meal consisting of white flour this or that). Since I am overseas, I also expressed concern about her personal environment and living quarters. The Wellness Director emailed me back and stated he would send photos the next day. It has now been three weeks. No photos and no email to apologise or explain why. I wrote a long email to the director expressing how horrible it is for a Memory Assistance "service" to deprive residents of crucial information. They told my brother it was to prevent "wild-calls" to EMS. My mother NEVER made a wild call to EMS. She never pushed the button on her emergency assistance necklace either. That would be easy to do. They make up crazy stories to keep "control" Memory Assistance residents. This is highly unethical. A denial of residents' human rights. Fact: My mother was cognizant enough to engage me in conversation and talk rationally only a few months ago, but I am now suppose to believe that she is no longer capable of using a telephone? This situation highly suggests that my mother is deprived of her constitutional right to communicate freely AND privately - WHEN she wants to and "without" another person next to her (who would serve to intimidate her from stating what she might want to state otherwise). * Sending photos of a loved ones' room is extremely difficult for BBM; * AND getting a loved one on the phone at Memory Assistance is also; Whether one is a mile away - or five thousand miles away - communication with a loved one must be guaranteed to be quick and easy. My brother (the culprit who put her there) told me that - BBM suggested my mother not have a phone as she might make wild calls. She was talking rationally with me three months ago, but they conveniently label her to serve their own dangerously selfish interests. BBM's lack of straight forwardness (photos that were never sent after three weeks, and long distance phone calls that never get an answer when transferred to Memory Assistance -- would cause alarms to go off- if someone truly cared. However, BBM is evidently a poorly disguised dumping ground for unwanted family members. Watch for a not so very subtle "nod and wink" if you should be so heartless as to seek it. Great cultures are built on the concept of taking care of ones own parents - the way they took care of you when you required it -- NOT discarding them into the care of time-card punching strangers who: (1). Are not fully transparent and... (2). Show little level of accountability. If Memory Care (Assistance) was true to its name - residents would be allowed - encouraged to communicate freely -- anytime they wished to. Not doing so, isolating them - creates depression, anxiety, and denies them the level of communication with significant others that is highly essential to proper mental health (and on more technical terms neuro-plasticity). Do research the role of depression and anxiety on dementia. Any civil rights lawyers paying attention to this???

Cleanliness

0.5

Friendliness

0.5

Care Services

0.5

Activities

0.5

Value for Cost

0.5


5.0
Mike M - Resident/client
Memory Care
February 20, 2020
Great Care!

I am overwhelmed with care, in a positive way. I came here for care which I couldn't get in my home. The building is structured in a way that it gives the residents safety. The response time from the staff is very quick. There were occasions I had medical emergencies and the staff is skilled enough to know what do to. The food is extremely good and tasty with plenty of options to choose from. The service is very good! The maintenance and the housekeeping is excellent as well. If there is ever an issue in my apartment, they are fast to fix the problem. For a senior who needs care, I found this community to be an excellent choice.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

5

Care Services

5

Activities

5

Value for Cost

5


5.0
Mike M - Resident/client
Memory Care
February 17, 2020
Great care!

I am overwhelmed with care, in a positive way. I came here for care which I couldn't get in my home. The building is structured in a way that it gives the residents safety. The response time from the staff is very quick. There were occasions I had medical emergencies and the staff is skilled enough to know what do to. The food is extremely good and tasty with plenty of options to choose from. The service is very good! The maintenance and the housekeeping is excellent as well. If there is ever an issue in my apartment, they are fast to fix the problem. For a senior who needs care, I found this community to be an excellent choice.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

5

Care Services

5

Activities

5

Value for Cost

5


4.0
Marcus Mercer - Toured community
Memory Care
October 30, 2019

I toured the Beckett Meadows location not too long ago and was impressed with the atmosphere within the residence. The residents appeared happy and were actively engaged (I.e. with peers, staff, family, games, etc.). I had an opportunity to meet the dietary manager, who was very proud of her dish- especially the desert. This was supported by the few residents who were still eating or returning for seconds. The community was clean and felt very home-like. [Name removed] and his friendly team seem to be doing stand up job in providing a positive culture for the residents, families, and one another.

Cleanliness

4

Friendliness

5

Care Services

4

Activities

4

Value for Cost

4


5.0
Laura Fairbanks - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
May 1, 2019
Thanks to all at Brookdale Beckett Meadows!

I have nothing but good things to say about Brookdale Beckett Meadows! My mom moved in this last November and always says how happy she is and how good the staff is to her. Executive Director, [name removed], is friendly and has always been available for any help needed. The staff works well together and has gone out of their way on several occasions to accommodate my mom. Residents are also very welcoming and helpful to the new person coming in - my mom has made many friends. Lots of activities, beautiful garden area and good food are also a plus. Thanks to all at Brookdale staff and residents for making this a place that my mom feels is her home.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

5

Care Services

5

Activities

5

Value for Cost

5


1.0
Mary Harris - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
March 15, 2019
What a JOKE

Worst place ever! My mother has been here for almost 4 years, we had some initial moving pains but the Director & Health & Wellness Director helped to smooth out the issues. However, since the new Direct [name removed] & the Health & Wellness Director [name removed] have taken over it's been a complete nightmare. [name removed] could care less about the residents and [name removed] only cares about how much more they can charge for care they do not deliver on. I recently put a camera in my mothers room and it's chilling the lack of care she has been given despite what we pay for. We have given the 30 days notice and are moving her to a facility that is more caring about the residents and not the $$. There are some staff members here that are very caring unfortunately they are underpaid and underappreciated. The staff members that do the least amount of work are held in the highest regard and defended by the management despite what they do or do not do. This place is a joke, if you love your family members do NOT consider this place.

Cleanliness

1

Friendliness

1

Care Services

1

Activities

1

Value for Cost

1


1.0
Mary Hernandez - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
March 15, 2019
Worst place for your loved ones

I have to give 1 star to give a review otherwise it would be a ZERO. If you care for your loved ones do NOT consider this place. I brought my mom her almost 4 years ago and although we had some "moving" pains the Director and Health & Wellness Director work with us and made it a pleasant experience. However, since the new Director [name removed] and the Health & Wellness Director [name removed] have taken over it's been a complete nightmare. [Name removed] could care less about the residents and [name removed] only cares about how much more she can charge residents for services the don't deliver on. I have had many of calls & emails ignore by [name removed], and every time I have spoken to [name removed] my rates have increase, while my mothers care has decreased. They do have some staff members that are awesome & I know care very much for my mother but they are underpaid and very much underappreciated =(high turnover). The staff members that care the less & do the least amount of work seem to be held in the highest regard according to [name removed] & [name removed]. I recently put a camera in my mothers room to monitor the situation and after 1 week I can't stand it anymore, I have given my 30 day notice and am moving her to a new facility. It's a hard decision since she has dementia, she is comfortable in her environment and we had to pay a $2500. non refundable deposit but we can't ignore the gross neglect of her health. PLEASE, consider your decision carefully and IF you love you family member look elsewhere for future care. On the initial visit they will show you the best, but keep in mind you can put lipstick on a pig but in the end it's still a PIG. This is the WORST place for your loved ones!!!!

Cleanliness

1

Friendliness

1

Care Services

1

Activities

1

Value for Cost

1

Response from Brookdale Beckett Meadows

April 8, 2019

Thank you for taking the time to provide us with your feedback. We would welcome an opportunity to discuss with you further and encourage you to reach out to our Resident and Family Connection team.


1.0
Tara - Toured community
Memory Care
March 1, 2019
Rude executive director, Joe Eckert!

Terrible place to admit your loved one! The executive director, [name removed], was extremely rude who completely ignored my mother and I in the entrance area. The tall thin man was too busy talking about his art work with an associate. There was no greeter, later a staff came by and offered to help and I asked who that man was and that is when I found out his name. Besides, the place stinks of urine. Will never go back!!

Cleanliness

1

Friendliness

1

Care Services

1

Activities

1

Value for Cost

1


5.0
cindy martinez - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
July 2, 2018
Margaret

My sister has been in the memory care unit at Brookdale Beckett Meadows for seven months. She has improved so much since being there because of the care and attention given to her by the staff. We know she will never be able to leave and this is her new home and family and it makes us feel comforted to see how they treat her like family. She seems to like all the activities and enjoys having her hair and nails done every week. I cannot say enough nice things about the staff especially [Name removed] and [Name removed]. [Name removed]

Cleanliness

4.5

Friendliness

4.5

Care Services

4.5

Activities

4.5

Value for Cost

4.5


5.0
Paul martinez - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
May 10, 2018

My sister Margaret has been at Beckett Meadows since [date removed] and I cannot say enough wonderful things about the facility and staff. She is in memory care and the staff has amazed us with their level of patience and care with all the patients. Our family came from out of town and they had a lovely lunch for us in the family room in the main dining room. Our family was so impressed by the attention that was given to us. We as a family are thrilled to see [name removed] as part of the staff. [name removed] is a real treasure.

Cleanliness

5

Friendliness

5

Care Services

5

Activities

5

Value for Cost

5


4.0
anonymous - Loved one of resident/client
Memory Care
December 19, 2017
Great Experience

Your first hand experiences really help others. Thanks! My dad was a resident at Brookdale Beckett Meadows in their memory care facility. We were very pleased with the care he received and the love that was shown to him during his time there. Alzheimer's is a tough disease but having my dad in a place where he was loved and respected until the end was a huge comfort. My hat is off to all the loving staff at Beckett Meadows -[name removed]!

Cleanliness

4

Friendliness

4

Care Services

4

Activities

4

Value for Cost

4


4.0
anonymous - Toured community
Memory Care
November 28, 2017
Verified Review
Based on first impressions

I took a very nice tour here a while ago when looking for a place for my client. We enjoyed it, it was our first choice but it was a bit too far. The facility looked clean and we were able to talk with one of the other residents that lived there. It seemed like a nice place. The cleanliness, the organization of the facility, and the people that worked there were really the things that stood out to me the most. It’s a place worth looking at for sure.

Cleanliness

4

Friendliness

4

Care Services

4

Activities

4

Value for Cost

4


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  • Confirm that the community offers services that are required for the senior’s specific needs and budget
  • Check additional licensing and state audit information

If you become aware of any information that should be updated or noted, please contact A Place for Mom.

A Place for Mom uses the term “assisted living” to indicate that the community provides some level of assistance with daily living activities. It does not indicate that the facility meets official state requirements for level of care.