11330 Farrah Lane, Austin, TX 78748
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Ashley and Dura are simply amazing. The compassion and professionalism they displayed during the difficult transfer of my mother in law was made so much more easier knowing that the two of them have nothing but the best interests of the family at heart. Dura makes you feel like she is a family member but her tireless effort of wanting to help!!!!
Response from The Auberge at Onion CreekMay 4, 2016
John, thank you for sharing your comments. We are so glad to hear that you had a positive experience and that the transition went smoothly. We are grateful to have team members, like Ashley and Dura, who truly have a passion for helping and caring for others!
My grandma moved to Onion Creek in December 2016 after my grandfather passed away. The entire team has been so loving and kind to my grandmother. They often tell me how much they enjoy taking care of her. They tell me funny stories that she tells them. I find new items in my grandma's room and she lets me know that the caregivers give her gifts and it makes her feel special. This makes me so happy that they love her as much as I do. My grandma also has her cat and the team play laser with her, keep her food/water filled and clean out her litter box so her room is always fresh. My grandma participates in all the amazing engagements and goes on many purposeful outings to take homemade cookies to the VA, deliver handmade dog beds to the shelter, fill bags of food for the local church ministry, and so much more. My grandma has always enjoyed getting her hair done weekly and that habit didn't change after moving in. She even had the beautician put a splash of purple in her hair for Alzheimer's Walk. If you want the best for your parents or grand parents, move them to The Auberge at Onion Creek! I researched EVERY place and nothing compares to the level of attention she receives here!! From the conscientious leadership to the entire team of associates who ensure my grandma's happiness and health is their priority each day, Thank you!!
Response from The Auberge at Onion CreekAugust 15, 2019
Hi Megan. We truly do enjoy having your grandmother as part of our community - she's such a lovely person! Thank you for your kind review.
I toured this community. From the moment I walked into the door, the staff was extremely friendly and helpful! Brandon was very knowledgeable and knew personal stories of each resident. The layout was ideal for memory care patients to roam around without getting lost. Doors to go outside were left open during the day, so as residents don't feel as though they are restricted. Pet therapy is very well accepted at Silverado, with dogs and birds kept inside the facility. They even have a garden kept by the residents and use the freshly grown vegetables in their meals. Residents were not cooped up in their rooms when I visited. They were all chatting outside and in the common areas. Overall, Silverado at Onion Creek is a fantastic place for mom or dad!
Response from The Auberge at Onion CreekMay 15, 2014
Sammy, thanks for taking the time to tour our community. We are happy that you had the opportunity to experience the Silverado difference. As you noticed, an open environment and pet therapy is part of Silverado's unique philosophy of care! We hope to be a resource for you and your family in the future.
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