3400 Caldera Drive, Midland, TX 79707
Cimarron Place Assisted Living is an outstanding and senior living community located in Midland, Texas. We’re a community that provides compassionate care, while preserving and honoring residents’ individuality. We offer a variety of supportive services including assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, and respite care. Our trained staff can assist with short-term care while someone is recovering from a recent surgery, illness, or hospitalization. We understand that each and every person is different, and we tailor our care plans to fit their specific needs. We’re also happy to manage your transportation needs, meals, laundry, housekeeping, and plan activities. Everything you could want, need, and more is right at your fingertips when you live at Cimarron Place!
Do you enjoy tai chi, bingo, checkers or chess? We provide different exercise and gaming opportunities to keep residents on their toes, while always facilitating some fun. Some more of our amenities and services include:
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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Value for cost
We toured Cimarron Place and the tour was great and they were very thorough. They answered all of our questions and kept in touch with us even after choosing a different facility.
It is was a really nice for the money for our loved one. It was very clean and nice. For the most part, most staff were very nice. The food on the other hand wasn't up to par by being served cold. Some of the food was hard to eat as well, so my loved one wouldn't eat and through the food away.
Cimarron Place did an excellent job following up with me after our tour. The problem I had with them was they couldn't tell you what your cost was going to be. They base their cost on a health evaluation, which is really scary. If you go in and your loved one is having a bad day, you could be stuck at a higher cost. And if they're having a better than usual day, you could move in at one price and then be faced with some steep increases as they adjust for level of care.
MY sister lived at Cimarron around 6 weeks. We realized immediately some things we were told in our first visit was not true. There was no maintenance worker and her fridge did not work. She was told that they used a man from Big Spring and he would come if he had time. The carpet was dirty and had big stains and she was told that they did not have a working vacuum. There wasn't an activity director during her stay. Many mornings no staff was available to serve breakfast. The residents were allowed to roam the halls at night hollering, crying and banging on doors disrupting her sleep. After voicing our complaints several times with no positive response my sister moved out.
My Mom has be in 3 different places in Midland, TX Cimarron Place is the 4ht place in the last year and half The other 3 places do even come close to the service they provide at Cimarron Place. The Management is top notch the food is excellent a lot of entertainment and activity. Cimarron Place is small enough to take care of all there clients.
My mother has lived at Cimarron Place almost a year. Her room and board rent is increasing. All of the residents are old and on a fixed income. As for my 94 year old mother this is quite a shock. How can this be? I am very disappointed. [Name removed]
Beautiful facility with large private rooms. No real rehab ir physical therapy rooms but understand it is still available. Prices werent available during tour but [name removed] called and gave me a good estimate the next day. Am told they can give 24/7 care that my mom needs. Definitely a promising Possibility.
My mother has lived at Cimarron Place for 8 months. They worked with mother so the cost of living here was something she could afford for her level of care. My sisters and I liked the small and personal size of this facility so mother would not be afraid of getting lost. We wanted her to feel confident to get out of her room and find her way around. I appreciate the staff and how they check on her, I like all the activities and the great meals they provide. Mother always says the staff here are so friendly and kind to her. She also enjoys visiting with the other residents too. I hope mother will be able to stay here a long time.
The staff here did a great job showing me around and answering all my questions I even enjoyed the luncheon they served me while I was here. This community was very nice and I was considering moving here. I would definitely recommend it to someone looking into a small community.
This is a pretty nice community, and we had a nice tour of it. Everyone was friendly to my family, and I. The community from what we saw looked nice. The staff we met was kind, and treated us well. They answered our questions. The only issue was that the rooms were not big enough for my parents, and their needs. It was a nice experience, but we did find another community that met our needs better overall.
Our parents are doing very well at Cimarron Place, my mother is enjoying all the great activities they have there and going to the dining room where she can be with friends and the food is great. It is nice seeing the changes in her. My father's Alzheimers is being addressed as well. This was a good move for both my parents.
We had a pretty nice tour of this community. Everyone was kind to my family, and myself. The community looked nice, and everything was well-kept. The staff was kind, and friendly. It was a good experience, but we didn't feel this was the community for my mother.
We turned this community for care. The staff were nice and were able to answer the questions that we had. the community was nice but appeared to be an older community for care. The community appeared tobe-be clean. The menu was appealing. We would suggest other families tour this community for care for a loved one.
It was great at first but slowly going down in my opinion
We have not made a permanent decision for Mom in regards to Cimarron Place but having the convenience of having her stay there from time to time has been great! The staff are all very nice and welcoming and anytime we go to visit there is always someone there to greet us. Mom has really enjoyed her short stays there and even made a really good friend that she enjoys her meals with and activities. We have not made the decision to keep Mom there permanently but if we had to this would definitely be the place for her. In the mean time we'll continue to utilize their services from time to time and would definitely recommend them to anyone.
My mom has been in Cimarron Place for several months. Most of the staff is very warm & compassionate. There are varied activities for the seniors and the food service is adequate. And that is the limit of the good things I can say about this place! This is NOT a full service assisted living facility! They have no transportation or licensed driver to take seniors to doctor appointments. If they do call a transport company, the senior must pay extra! I lot of the contract with my father was verbal, now that he is dead, they refuse to honor the verbal contract. I have asked for additional assistance for my disabled mom when my dad died. They said they would give her additional assistance but would not charge her and then continue to charge the full rent they charged when my father was alive. And this would have been an acceptable arrangement, however, every time I ask them to assist my mom, they tell me she doesn't pay for additional assistance! I live 5.5 hours away and can't be there 24/7 to help her and she is disabled and has some memory lapses. She has many medical issues and the medical technicians are not authorized to handle many of her daily medical needs and home health has only been authorized to visit once a week. I am moving her very soon to a "full service" assisted living nearer to my home! This situation has added additional stress for my mom & myself on top dealing with the death of a loved one, the legal & financial stress of loosing a loved one. I do not recommend this facility if your senior needs a lot of medical assistance or physical assistance or transportation to doctor appointments or to get supplies.
My loved one was only here a short time, but overall I thought they did an excellent job at Cimarron Place! The staff are friendly, and very very accommodating. My loved one has memory issues and ended up needing more care than they provide here, but they really tried their hardest to make it a good fit for her, which I really appreciated even if it did not end up working out!
Since we moved our father into Cimarron Place he has gotten the best of care. The staff has been very helpful with any and all of our dads needs. I would recommend Cimarron Place to everyone.
My grandma was struggling to live independently at home. We started checking out local assisted livings in the Midland area. She was quite hesitant to visit any of the communities, but the residents and staff at Cimarron Place made her feel very welcome in a matter of moments. We visited with the administrator and nurse and they assured us that grandma could still be independent, but have the care she needed when she needed it. Grandma really loves her apartment. She was able to bring her furniture, her doll collection, and all the little things that made her house a home to the new apartment. She's been here for two months and we have a hard time dragging her out of the community because she loves to spend time with her friends.
I was very impressed with the facility and the staff. They were very thorough in asking questions regarding the needs of my Mother and the cleanliness and the fact that she could have her dog is ideal. My other family members, however, are not comfortable with the fact that she would be in a assisted living setting where she would have her own 'apartment'. They are concerned she could fall in her room and not have help immediately. We are still, however, leaving it open as a possibility.
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