5217 Village Creek Drive, Plano, TX 75093
At Cariad Village Creek, our focus is to promote an independent and active lifestyle so residents may enjoy life to the fullest! We understand that pricing for assisted living communities can be a bit overwhelming and difficult to estimate when looking for care solutions. So, we’ve decided to offer a highly-inclusive pricing structure. If you have a health emergency or abrupt change in care needs, you can at least rest easy knowing your price is fixed even if your service needs change. If you’d like to learn more about our services and care, contact an A Place for Mom advisor today!
At Cariad Village Creek, we offer a multitude of features within our beautifully renovated community. Our salon services keep residents groomed just the way they like! Say goodbye to the hassle of everyday chores thanks to our weekly housekeeping and laundry services. Our residents live enriching lives filled with fun activities, events, and social and recreational programs held throughout our many common spaces -- including our lively activity room and fitness center. We also offer scheduled transportation to community events and outings.
We offer studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments with semi-private options. Let us know what...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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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They have a lot of activities but due to the covid restrictions they are still pretty limited at the moment. We liked the Cariad community because it has a family atmosphere, it is smaller and less clinical feeling.
DO NOT MOVE YOUR LOVED ONE HERE. The place has the rudest staff, they talk horrible to the residents. My mom sat in a depends dirty for hours. The staff is lazy!!!! My mom has fallen several times with the staff in the room! The food is horrible and is just thrown together. The activities there are a joke. I call the State dept to report this community.
The community has a family feel, and if there is a concern they are very responsive. The caregivers are family and truly care about the residents. The community just feels positive. I would recommend this community to others.
[name removed] was helpful, thorough, and efficient in a quick tour, practiced COVID protocol.
This is a beautiful community recently renovated with a wonderful, caring staff.
Cariad is filled with so much love and compassion, you feel it the minute you walk in the door. Each resident has a special story and the staff there makes sure that story continues. [Name removed] is beyond helpful and kind who did tour.
Drapes in dining room. It would be warmer— it has always been cold in the dining room. [Name removed] was the one who mentioned this.
Assisted living facility. It was nice and clean and we liked it - just don't need that much assistance at this time. Codes on the door may be difficult for blind person. No private outdoor access (for pet). We did like the room size and kitchenette areas and the friendly staff.
The staff are nice and encouraging. The food is good and seems well balanced. They seem to keep the community clean and the grounds are well maintained. They said they were going to put up gating in the courtyard. Dad has a good sized room. I would recommend this community with caution. There were some communication issues which made the move into the community more difficult. I also feel they are a little understaffed.
My dad is doing really well as a new resident. He is really enjoying the experience. My dad really likes the meals and likes going down to the dining room. He has become more active with the community and we are happy that we picked this place. They are helpful with no problems.
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