The Auberge at Valley Ranch

8855 W Valley Ranch Pkwy Irving TX 75063

866-465-5993

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Overview of The Auberge at Valley Ranch located in Irving, Texas

At The Auberge at Valley Ranch, we provide a multitude of community amenities. Frequent off-site adventures and trips are very popular with our occupants. Animals such as dogs and cats are welcome in resident quarters. Our campus is conveniently located near reachable public transit. We offer free wi-fi and high speed internet. Our purpose-built community provides the aid of individualized care; every characteristic of the community is designed to cater to the special needs of its occupants. Now offering free move-in.

Dining Options

All meals are provided to residents. It's our passion to accommodate visiting company, meals provided. Dining options are comprised of restaurant-style dining, private dining rooms for residents who wish to celebrate special occasions or entertain visitors, and room service. Our residents can enjoy meals prepared by a professional chef. We offer specified dining alternatives such as vegetarian food and low/no sodium options.

On-Site Activities

Residents can exercise their physical and mental well-being with specially curated on-site activities. To ensure residents enjoy a diverse cycle of events and entertainment, we employ a full-time director of activities. The exercise program includes chair yoga, a type of yoga that is modified to a seated position for those with physical limitations, stretching classes, and Tai Chi(add TM) classes - a wonderful and effective exercise for maintaining health of body and mind, at low physical impact. We love to organize holiday parties, birthday parties, BBQ's, picnics, and outdoor parties and resident karaoke nights. Residents enjoy regular trips and outings to local neighborhoods and towns. Our community offers a healthy living program ensuring cognitive, dietary, and physical health to ensure residents live their best and healthiest lives. Our inter-generational programs offer many benefits for both children and seniors, emphasizing the joys of human connectivity and propagating longer and happier lives for our residents.Our communal space has a piano centerpiece for musically inclined residents and scheduled performances. We offer Dakim BrainFitness(add TM), a clinically-proven brain-training program to help their residents improve and preserve mental functioning. Our entertainment center includes Wii Sports(add TM) Bowling for bowling enthusiasts. Residents may participate in recreational activities such as art classes designed to inspire and stimulate mental well-being and instructive community cooking classes. Residents can also join our gardening club. Our community activities roster includes trivia nights, regular educational lectures covering a wide range of academic topics, and dances and "Senior Proms". Care-givers at our community use the Montessori Method(add TM) to provide the most effective care possible for residents with dementia and/or anxiety.

Outdoor Common Areas

Outdoor common areas are designed with accessibility, flow, and movement in mind. Our community grounds includes indoor and outdoor walking paths for the pleasure and convenience of our residents, an enclosed-courtyard to enhance recreation hours, an outside patio garden accessible to all residents, and raised gardening beds available to residents during their leisure hours.

Indoor Common Areas

Indoor common areas are a nice, quiet place to enjoy the company of fellow occupants or just to relax. Residents have access to our communal spaces including a jacuzzi available for residents to relax, a TV lounge, perfect for catching the latest episode of your favorite show or enjoying sports programming with other residents, a bistro, a game room, where you can socialize while enjoying games of all varieties, and our community library, complete with a diverse selection of titles. The building design comes together with its airy, bright atrium space. Our community is secured to ensure our residents are protected.

Languages Spoken at The Auberge at Valley Ranch

Spanish speaking staff members are present at our community.

Location Characteristics at The Auberge at Valley Ranch

Living Options and Amenities

We offer 1-bedroom units, wheelchair accessible units, and handicapped units designed for easy accessibility and for use by wheelchair users. Northern, Eastern, Southern, and Western-facing and ground floor units are available. We have free wi-fi for all of our residents. To accommodate our residents, our community has air conditioning, and temperatures are regulated to optimize comfort and safety. Resident units featuring roll-in and wheelchair accessible showers are available.

Available Services at The Auberge at Valley Ranch

Transportation

All of our residents have access to our transportation services at a reasonable cost.

Personal Services

Our lobby has a dedicated concierge available to handle the basic and immediate needs of you and your visitors. We have a beautician conveniently located on-site - residents can easily receive beauty treatments for all occasions. Personal housekeeping services are provided as needed. Our on-site beauty salon provides hair care and beauty treatments, and our on-site barbershop can take care of all your grooming needs. We offer laundry and dry cleaning services as well. We offer devotional services on-site, so residents can practice or worship in the privacy of our community. Offsite devotional services are offered in the nearby area. There are also several churches located within the surrounding neighborhood.

Pet Care Options

Pet care is available for our residents' beloved pets.

Medical Care Services

Our staff is awake and available 24 hours a day to assist your loved one with any time-sensitive needs that may arise. All services are provided by licensed practitioners who are on staff 24/7. There are licensed nurses on-site to administer injections when needed. On-site RN's and LPN's are available. We have a registered dietician / nutritionist on site. We have a Medical Director on staff who is responsible for putting together healthcare programs for residents, including medication management. We have a Nurse Practitioner on staff who serves as a Medical Director, responsible for putting together healthcare programs for residents, including medication management. Our caregivers receive specialized training in all applicable fields. Our lobby has a dedicated concierge available to handle the basic and immediate needs of you and your visitors. We recruit first-class visiting podiatrists whose job it is to ensure our residents are happy, fit, and mobile. Regular visits from specialized occupational therapists are available to residents to aid development, recovery, improvements, and maintenance of skills needed for daily living. Speech therapy services are provided by trained and certified speech-pathologists. We always have a doctor on call to handle adjustments in medication, continued consultation, and urgent medical needs when they arise. A dentist pays regular visits to our facility. We offer on-site massage therapy to our residents. A visiting optometrist is at hand to provide comprehensive eye care. We offer skilled nursing care by licensed nurses, fully equipped to handle responsibilities such as wound care, tube feedings, and monitoring. At our community we offer adjunct therapies, such as light therapy, which can have positive effects on dementia, seasonal depression, and sleep disorders. Additionally, we offer sensory-based programming (like Snoezelen therapy) that creates relaxing and stimulating spaces for residents coping with anxiety or agitation. Our residents can schedule reminders and exceptions for both medications and care activities. On-site hospice care is provided. Our community offers respite care - a short-term stay at a senior living community - perfect for those recovering from a hospital visit, the interim during which a caregiver takes an extended vacation, or simply to experience a senior living trial period. This community provides ADL assistance, insulin injections, medication administration, and licensed nurses are onsite to administer injections when needed. Staff members are versed in the usage of the Hoyer Lift for total transfers. Services include incontinence care for bladder-related and bowel-related symptoms. Services for residents with Disorientation/Lack of Awareness issues ensure residents are well-directed (using queuing, for instance) and supported in a healthy lifestyle - nobody falls between the cracks. The facility supports outdoor leisure hours. Restless residents may wander to cope with the anxiety caused by Alzheimer's disease and dementia - our facility features a locked and secured neighborhood to ensure the safety of all. Our facilities are secure and the staff is specially trained in de-escalating exit-seeking behaviors. We accept residents with behavioral issues - our staff is specially trained in de-escalating behavioral episodes and our facilities are fully equipped to handle any related occurrences that may arise. Our staff is specially trained in de-escalating exit-seeking behaviors.

Community highlights at The Auberge at Valley Ranch

Community Certifications

Our property is licensed for 68 residents. The building was constructed in 2007, and last renovated in 2010.

Local Area Amenities

There are shopping centers and beautiful parks located in the surrounding neighborhood. Hotels are conveniently located near the facility for residents' guests and visitors.

Pricing at The Auberge at Valley Ranch

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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Semi-Private
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*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.

Reviews of The Auberge at Valley Ranch

4.2 of 5 Average rating
17 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(9) A Place For Mom
(8) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Answer to a prayer!

    When I began looking at Silverado-we read a review that said it had been a Godsend. That for the first time in months were they able to have some peace & feel good about the care their mom was receiving. At the time I signed my mom into Silverado I told the staff I wanted to write that review in 3 months! Well here I am 3 months later and I am writing that review! I couldn’t be more pleased with the care my mom is receiving. My moms memory took a sudden and unexpected turn for the worse and a nightmare began. I spent 2 months in & out of hospitals & rehab/nursing homes -finding little help and conditions I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Purely by accident & out of desperation did I find Silverado, however I couldn’t be more grateful & thankful! My mom is so well taken care of. She looks clean and well kept, her room is clean & well kept, the food is great and the activities far surpass things you will find in most memory care facilities. They even go on outings. My mom really likes the animal shelter visits & the ladies luncheons. I also love that it’s separated into 2 wings, based on where you are in the dementia process. So those not as far along aren’t grouped in with residents in a more severe state of being. I could keep going on but just like the review I read -for the first time since this nightmare began I finally feel good about my mom’s care. My mom even says she feels safe and happy and she has no complaints. I’m so thankful for the review I read, I hope this may help someone out in the same way!

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Answer to a prayer!

    When I began looking at Silverado-we read a review that said it had been a Godsend. That for the first time in months were they able to have some peace & feel good about the care their mom was receiving. At the time I signed my mom into Silverado I told the staff I wanted to write that review in 3 months! Well here I am 3 months later and I am writing that review! I couldn’t be more pleased with the care my mom is receiving. My moms memory took a sudden and unexpected turn for the worse and a nightmare began. I spent 2 months in & out of hospitals & rehab/nursing homes -finding little help and conditions I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Purely by accident & out of desperation did I find Silverado, however I couldn’t be more grateful & thankful! My mom is so well taken care of. She looks clean and well kept, her room is clean & well kept, the food is great and the activities far surpass things you will find in most memory care facilities. They even go on outings. My mom really likes the animal shelter visits & the ladies luncheons. I also love that it’s separated into 2 wings, based on where you are in the dementia process. So those not as far along aren’t grouped in with residents in a more severe state of being. I could keep going on but just like the review I read -for the first time since this nightmare began I finally feel good about my mom’s care. My mom even says she feels safe and happy and she has no complaints. I’m so thankful for the review I read, I hope this may help someone out in the same way!

  • Staff Need To Understand The Different Memory Issues

    My loved one was at this community for a short time. It was a clean community and the staff were fine. I felt that some could be more understanding and knowledgeable about how residents can react being that their mind is not always the best. From what it seemed the meals were fine and I didn't see any activities happening at the time.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Staff Need To Understand The Different Memory Issues

    My loved one was at this community for a short time. It was a clean community and the staff were fine. I felt that some could be more understanding and knowledgeable about how residents can react being that their mind is not always the best. From what it seemed the meals were fine and I didn't see any activities happening at the time.

  • Awesome respite care--treated him like a permanent resident.

    I had the opportunity to leave my husband, who has mild-moderate Alzheimer's, at this facility for a week while I attended a business conference in Florida and then spent a few days of vacation on the beach with my brother. It was the first time I had left Bill overnight at a facility--other times he's been left briefly with friends. I was nervous, especially since I was going to be so far away. I shouldn't have been. I can't think of any place I'd want to leave my loved one--or go myself--than Silverado Valley Ranch. I assume their other facilities are just as wonderful. When we went for a visit, Bill immediately said "this place looks like the Waldorf Astoria." While we waited for Tony to arrive and give us a tour, someone showed us how to make coffee and chatted us up--it was a resident. I felt like we were on a cruise ship. Nobody--NOBODY--was in their room. Everybody was engaged in activities, either planned or on their own. The facility divides up the higher-functioning, more independent folks on one wing and those needing more one-to-one care on another, but neither had the feel of a nursing home. Friendly pets, a kitchen stocked with healthy and fun snacks, cozy corners for private visits with family or to curl up with a book--I was ready to move in! They have a lovely playground for grandchildren, and I understand a neighborhood school also brings children there to play and interact with residents. There's a patio with a grill for cookouts, and an enclosed courtyard. The two dogs, two cats, caged birds and rabbit are all rescued animals, and are sweet and friendly. The day is packed with physical and cognitive activities, but nobody is required to do anything they don't want to do. I didn't see anybody resisting--the residents were friendly and engaged. They also have field trips and sometimes take sunset drives. It was more like a resort than a memory care center or nursing home. Even the drug cart looked more like a nice cocktail bar on wheels than a medicine cart. When I dropped him off on the way to the airport my friend and I were invited to stay for breakfast (it was delicious) while the nursing staff and others came to greet us and make sure everything was in order. You can tell these folks genuinely love their jobs. Everybody--from housekeeping staff to upper management--met us with warm, genuine smiles--and I could tell they know every resident's name. As we were leaving to go to the airport, Bill played the piano in the lobby. Several friends visited him while I was gone, and Tony kept me up to date with texts and pictures of Bill's art projects and a short video of him dancing during a social hour. All our friends raved about what a wonderful place it is. Bill was only there for a week of respite care, but he was treated like a long-term resident, and made friends there. When I called he was happy and actually anxious to return to what he was doing, rather than talk to me! I plan to try to keep him involved or take him for visits now and then, and am looking into their day program, since he is not ready for permanent placement. However, if he was, and it fit my budget, I wouldn't hesitate to place him here again, whether for a short respite or long-term stay. Look up the corporate website and read about their scientifically-based Nexus program and watch the documentaries about the residents. Few places live up to their marketing materials---Silverado does. I see so many people going into memory care facilities that are glorified warehouses for the old and sick. People with Alzheimer's and other dementias are still alive, even if they can't communicate like they used to. The activities and caring staff at Silverado allow them to LIVE, encourage them to pursue their interests, and care for them with the dignity all people deserve. Silverado Valley Ranch is amazing, and as much fun as I had on vacation, I'm a little jealous my husband got to stay there while I was gone. I wish I could give it more than 5 stars.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Awesome respite care--treated him like a permanent resident.

    I had the opportunity to leave my husband, who has mild-moderate Alzheimer's, at this facility for a week while I attended a business conference in Florida and then spent a few days of vacation on the beach with my brother. It was the first time I had left Bill overnight at a facility--other times he's been left briefly with friends. I was nervous, especially since I was going to be so far away. I shouldn't have been. I can't think of any place I'd want to leave my loved one--or go myself--than Silverado Valley Ranch. I assume their other facilities are just as wonderful. When we went for a visit, Bill immediately said "this place looks like the Waldorf Astoria." While we waited for Tony to arrive and give us a tour, someone showed us how to make coffee and chatted us up--it was a resident. I felt like we were on a cruise ship. Nobody--NOBODY--was in their room. Everybody was engaged in activities, either planned or on their own. The facility divides up the higher-functioning, more independent folks on one wing and those needing more one-to-one care on another, but neither had the feel of a nursing home. Friendly pets, a kitchen stocked with healthy and fun snacks, cozy corners for private visits with family or to curl up with a book--I was ready to move in! They have a lovely playground for grandchildren, and I understand a neighborhood school also brings children there to play and interact with residents. There's a patio with a grill for cookouts, and an enclosed courtyard. The two dogs, two cats, caged birds and rabbit are all rescued animals, and are sweet and friendly. The day is packed with physical and cognitive activities, but nobody is required to do anything they don't want to do. I didn't see anybody resisting--the residents were friendly and engaged. They also have field trips and sometimes take sunset drives. It was more like a resort than a memory care center or nursing home. Even the drug cart looked more like a nice cocktail bar on wheels than a medicine cart. When I dropped him off on the way to the airport my friend and I were invited to stay for breakfast (it was delicious) while the nursing staff and others came to greet us and make sure everything was in order. You can tell these folks genuinely love their jobs. Everybody--from housekeeping staff to upper management--met us with warm, genuine smiles--and I could tell they know every resident's name. As we were leaving to go to the airport, Bill played the piano in the lobby. Several friends visited him while I was gone, and Tony kept me up to date with texts and pictures of Bill's art projects and a short video of him dancing during a social hour. All our friends raved about what a wonderful place it is. Bill was only there for a week of respite care, but he was treated like a long-term resident, and made friends there. When I called he was happy and actually anxious to return to what he was doing, rather than talk to me! I plan to try to keep him involved or take him for visits now and then, and am looking into their day program, since he is not ready for permanent placement. However, if he was, and it fit my budget, I wouldn't hesitate to place him here again, whether for a short respite or long-term stay. Look up the corporate website and read about their scientifically-based Nexus program and watch the documentaries about the residents. Few places live up to their marketing materials---Silverado does. I see so many people going into memory care facilities that are glorified warehouses for the old and sick. People with Alzheimer's and other dementias are still alive, even if they can't communicate like they used to. The activities and caring staff at Silverado allow them to LIVE, encourage them to pursue their interests, and care for them with the dignity all people deserve. Silverado Valley Ranch is amazing, and as much fun as I had on vacation, I'm a little jealous my husband got to stay there while I was gone. I wish I could give it more than 5 stars.

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    • The Auberge at Valley Ranch Amenities

      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Vegetarian
      • Activities Onsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Activities Offsite

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      • Assisted Living
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      • Independent Living
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