2100 South Lakeline Boulevard, Cedar Park, TX 78613
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This is the place we first visited last year, and both of [name removed] children and I did not get a good impression- It may have been because it was the first one I saw. Nevertheless, my impression of visiting yesterday was very favorable. They have a small community, something I have to think about, as I know he needs a great deal of stimulation. I was told they have live music a couple of times per week. I was well impressed with the layout of the place. [name removed] may have ample space to move around. They have a variety of activities, but I am not sure if they are appropriate for men. I got the impression they were more for women. I will visit again to clarify and asked specific questions about exercises and activities. Also about the possibility of my volunteering 3 hours or so every day for a couple of weeks to help with activities, and then lower to two for a couple of weeks, then one, and finally stop once we agree he has transitioned. I need to find out how many resident-men are in the faciityReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Not very impressed, no medicaid, $6,850 per month private, mattresses on the floor to prevent falls, pretty beat up.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Very nice facility lots of rooms and beautiful courtyard. On our list as one to consider.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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