4501 Silver Sage Drive, Haltom City, TX 76137
Oak Ridge Alzheimer's Special Care Center is a Memory Care community in Haltom City, TX.
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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It's been a positive experience, and I would recommend them. They're very friendly and informative. They're as good as could be expected in dealing with my loved one with dementia.
The staff is very caring and friendly. The rates are very reasonable, This community gives you a set rate for the entire time no matter what the care. I would definitely recommend this community to others
I was very pleased with the overall care that my dad received here. We chose this facility because everything just seemed better, the staff were nicer and easier to work with, our first contact with them was pleasant, and affordability and location. I would definitely recommend to anybody looking for Alzheimer's care for their loved one.
Another awesome place ...
My family & I really enjoyed the people in this facility as well as the Staff.
My mom has been a resident for over two years now. At first her experience was great, but under new management the care has deteriorated. Staff turnover is very high which is concerning and upsetting to my mom and other residents. Staff members just disappear with no explanation of what happened to them. There are a few excellent staff members and all the Med techs are great but how long will they stay? This place has turned into a sad and lonely place for my mom. After she was released from a week long hospital stay my mom went back to the Village. We were told her care would be more attentive, as she needed more after the hospital stay. After two weeks that stopped and I was told by the director that the extra care was just temporary and a “courtesy”. Had we known that we would have placed her in another place after her hospital stay. We are very disappointed and saddened by the change in care.
Beautiful well maintained community. From the Executive Director down an excellent staff. Plenty of activities and great food.
[Name removed] was a hoot! So friendly, calming, reassuring and very attentive. The place looked like a hotel lobby - did not look like a nursing home or smell like one (that was very important). Love the layouts of the rooms and the hallways too - very smart design. Friendly staff with longevity. Lots of rooms for activities to keep mom busy...that was comforting as well. And very affordable.
Really loved the atmosphere and layout. The only one that had so many outdoor areas that my sister-in-law could enjoy. Staff were caring and friendly. We've decided to go with this Memory Care Center
First off I want to say that this community is nice we just had a horrible experience due to the lack of nursing care. They have a nurse but she isn't full time and then she was hardly there at the times she was supposed to be. My mom had a wound on her foot and they failed to let me know that she had this sore and it turned into a bone infection and she had to be in the hospital and then rehab. Mom loved the ambiance and the daily activities they offered and they have christian activities like Hymn singing. The food wasn't that great. Everything seemed to be orderly and clean. I just think if a place has a nurse they should do wound care on the elderly.
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