4218 Brannon Branch Ct, Fulshear, TX 77441
At OSA Heritage Homes, we provide affordable assisted living homes specially designed for seniors in need of an aging-in-place, continuum of care. We understand the difficult decision in choosing an assisted living community, and we work to cater to every individual to make it always feel like home.
We offer 24-hour custodial care, memory care for age-related dementia, medication administration, and other services to enable a great sense of well-being for all residents. Our seasoned and highly trained staff work diligently to guarantee that our community is immaculately clean and always flourishing. We are a purpose-built community dedicated to keeping the needs of residents first, to ensure everyone in our community receives optimum, quality care.
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Osa Heritage Homes keeps the health of all residents paramount with 24/7 individualized care and monthly visits from registered nurses. With our passionate staff and common areas that create a thriving living atmosphere, we hope you can find peace with us. Residents can always supplement their living experience with additional services, such as:
We prepare a variety of delicious and balanced meals...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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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Never toured home. Went to door and woman who answered door told me to go to my car and call Joe at a certain phone number. When I called she answered and I asked for Joe. Seemed like she just handed phone to him like he was there. I couldn’t understand if he was telling me that he was at another location or if I was supposed to go to another location so I gave up. Thought if we couldn’t communicate at that point how could we communicate if something went wrong with my mother living there.
I think it is a good place to have your family there. The people are friendly, and nice. I can trust they can take care of my loved one. They haven't had any cases of COVID. The manager communicates with family members to let them know what is going on. He set it up for family members to get vaccinated. I wish they would have more activities that pull the residents in to participate in. The best thing is the cleanness, staff attentiveness, enjoyable group of dedicated staff that are taking care of your family member.
My mom is very happy here and we are pleased with the care she is receiving. I really liked the manager, he really cares about his staff and the residents. I would definitely recommend.
Our first impression of this community was that it felt more like a home and not like a facility. They were very loving and caring towards our loved one. They treated her with respect, and we would recommend this community.
My mother is a resident at Osa Heritage Homes Katy. I am more than happy with all aspects of Osa. The home is immaculate, and the staff is knowledgeable, accommodating, and friendly. They actually care about the residents and make every effort to get to really know them. Having my Mom there and knowing that I do not have to worry about her has given me my life back.
I am writing this on behalf of my mother, who stayed at Osa Heritage Homes , (the NEW one, not Brannon Branch) for seven months this last year. First off, I am giving it 3 stars, because it is highly rated in some areas, and not so much in others. My mother was the first client at this newly built, very pleasant house, so we did not know what to expect. The house itself is very nice, furnished appropriately, in a beautiful new neighborhood. Each client generally has their own room and bathroom, or shares a bathroom with another person. I had looked at A LOT of care homes in the area, and this one was by far the nicest! My mother does not have dementia, but is in a wheelchair with some other physical limitations. We thought the owners would be able to find some other clients who had needs like hers, but sadly, such was not the case. The clients that came in were clearly needing a lot more help than my mother, and it was very, very depressing for her to remain in that situation, where she was the only one that can carry on a real conversation. She “thought” she needed a lot more help than she actually did. (A senior apartment facility, with meals provided, with the option of in home care for bathing was what she actually needed.) This home is meant for seniors that TRULY need intensive daily care, have dementia, and are incontinent, but not bad enough for a nursing home. That said, I came to admire and appreciate the staff there. They are all extremely loving, and caring, and very quietly efficient at the daily tasks involved with such an enterprise, including, cleaning, cooking, bathing, feeding, changing diapers, etc. My mom really came to love them, and I know misses them. One thing that was very disheartening was that there were NO activities provided to alleviate boredom. In most homes of this nature, daily activities, no matter how seemingly silly, were provided to keep clients entertained for at least a short while. TV was the ONLY activity in this home. The food was ok in the beginning, and seemed to get progressively worse as time wore on, I guess to cater to people without teeth. It was however, acceptable because the meals always fell into the healthy range of things, it was not garbage they were being fed by any means. My mom was always super hot, because the house is kept VERY warm, but the other clients seemed to like it, because most of them don’t move much at all. It was also very dark and gloomy in my opinion, with shades drawn closed all the time, and no lights on, which I can’t stand. That was the owners preference, but I know a lot of envious proffer it dark like that as well. They also have an alarm system and secure backyard in case anyone should wander off. One great thing is that the owner himself takes the clients to their doctor appointments, and that is included in the monthly fee. He is also very efficient and capable with this task. He also makes daily visits to check that things are running smoothly, and a nurse comes in for weekly checkups for each client as well. Medication is picked up from the pharmacy and monitored, which is great. Overall, if you have a loved one who needs near constant care because of dementia / Alzheimer’s I would highly recommend this home. If you have a senior who needs help with just bathing, meals, and getting around, this is probably not the facility for them.
My 88 year old Mom has been living in Osa Heritage Homes in Fulshear, TX since 2017. The whole family can tell that she is doing fine and that she is cared for very well. When we visit Mom smiles and laughs with us and the caregivers. She is clean, dressed and groomed as she is bathed daily. She eats 3 full meals per day plus snacks. She is given her medicines on time and her PCP says she is healthy. She is 100% improved since living at Osa. We like that we can easily contact the owner, that he's onsite and interacts with the residents and that the home is very clean.
The bathrooms did not appear to have been modified for disabled access. The outdoor area was cramped and there was no ramp to get a wheelchair in and out to the patio.
I was really hopeful going to tour this facility as the location was perfect. [Name removed] provided my "tour" and he was very friendly. However, when he opened the door, the smell was overpowering. Although [Name removed] gave me a great tour of the rooms where the two open beds were located, there was no tour of the kitchen area or any other rooms. It was awkward.
The person that took me on tour was part owner if this community. He were friendly with me and attentive to questions that i had. I thought the community was up-kept and the bedrooms were nice. The staff met along the tour were attentive. I didn't see much interaction going on between staff and residents. There are a variety of meal options available.
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