1310 South Friendswood Drive Friendswood TX 77546
We offer independent living, assisted living and memory care, which allow residents the unique opportunity to remain within the same larger community if their needs change. Our independent living communities consist of studios and one bedroom apartments with housekeeping and meals included. Next door, our assisted living communities offer apartments with staff who can help with daily activities. The assisted living community has common areas which include a baby grand piano, activity and games area and plenty of space for socializing with friends. The memory care neighborhood is in a secure area that is connected to assisted living. The memory care area has additional common areas that include both an organ and a piano as well as TV and quiet seating.
We offer many opportunities for socializing in our comfortable common areas and through our robust activity schedule. Favorite activities include:
- Bridge and other games
- Church services
- Exercise classes
- Ice cream socials in our own ice cream parlor
- Live entertainment
- Art class
- Gardening club
- Jewelry making classes
Our dining service includes three restaurant style meals daily. Each meal has alternate selections and dietary restrictions are easily accommodated. Our chef specializes in local cuisine including Tex Mex and barbecue. Our dining service for memory care residents is unique to their special needs — using colorful plates for visual stimulation, as well as serving more frequent smaller meals and assistance during mealtime.
*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.
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