The Reserve at Georgetown

3600 Williams Drive Georgetown TX 78628

866-465-5993

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Summary of The Reserve at Georgetown in Georgetown, Texas

At The Reserve at Georgetown, we have a variety of community features. Our purpose-built community offers the benefit of individualized care; every characteristic of the community is designed to cater to the individual needs of its residents.

Dining Amenities

We provide residents with meals throughout the day. Dining options are comprised of specialized dining programs available to residents upon request.

On-Site Activities

Residents can stay active with specially curated on-site activities that stimulate both mental and physical health. To ensure residents enjoy a diverse cycle of events and amusement, we employ a full-time activities director. The exercise program includes chair yoga, a type of yoga that is modified to a seated position for those with physical limitations.

Outdoor Common Areas

Outdoor common areas are designed with accessibility, flow, and movement for resident mobility. Our community grounds is comprised of indoor and outdoor walking paths for the pleasure and convenience of our residents and an enclosed-courtyard to enhance recreation hours.

Indoor Common Areas

Indoor common areas are a nice, quiet place to enjoy the company of fellow occupants or to just relax. Our community is secured to ensure the safety of our residents. Ground floor units are available.

Available Services at The Reserve at Georgetown

Personal Services

We have a beautician conveniently located on-site - residents can easily receive beauty treatments for all occasions. We offer devotional services on-site, so residents can practice or worship in the privacy of our community.

Medical Care Services

Our 24-hour awake staff is available to assist your loved one in fulfilling time-sensitive needs, should they arise. All services are delivered by licensed practitioners who are on staff 24/7. There are licensed nurses on-site to administer injections when needed. Our community staff includes registered nurses. The facility offers 2-person assisted transfers, including sitting-to-standing, standing-to-sitting, etc. Our caregivers receive specialized training in all applicable fields. 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. A visiting nurse is available to all residents. 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. 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. Services include incontinence care for 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.

What to expect at The Reserve at Georgetown

Community Certifications

Our community is licensed for 46 residents. The building was constructed in 2015. We do not have age restrictions and accept residents of all ages.

Pricing at The Reserve at Georgetown

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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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 Reserve at Georgetown

3.6 of 5 Average rating
10 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(5) A Place For Mom
(5) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • A Good Place For Your Loved One

    My loved one has been residing at Autumn Leaves, Georgetown, TX for two years now. I knew this was the place for him when I first walked in the door. It has a very bright and open atmosphere. [Name removed], marketing director, was extremely helpful and supportive in guiding me thru the process. I have found the staff and management very helpful and respectful. It takes very caring and loving people to work with residents with dementia. I spend between 2-3 hours daily with my husband, so I see how things are run and what the caregivers have to go thru to keep things running as smoothly as possible. The food is always good and there are activities, mornings and afternoons for the residents to participate in. Music is always playing, and [name removed], the activities director, is always busy scheduling live entertainment for everyone to enjoy. My husband and I do a lot of walking, as the facility has large halls enabling room for walkers, wheelchairs and people walking. I like talking with the other residents and getting to know them and their families. It's just heart breaking when the disease wins the battle. This is a great facility for loved ones to live in, while experiencing their ending journey.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    A Good Place For Your Loved One

    My loved one has been residing at Autumn Leaves, Georgetown, TX for two years now. I knew this was the place for him when I first walked in the door. It has a very bright and open atmosphere. [Name removed], marketing director, was extremely helpful and supportive in guiding me thru the process. I have found the staff and management very helpful and respectful. It takes very caring and loving people to work with residents with dementia. I spend between 2-3 hours daily with my husband, so I see how things are run and what the caregivers have to go thru to keep things running as smoothly as possible. The food is always good and there are activities, mornings and afternoons for the residents to participate in. Music is always playing, and [name removed], the activities director, is always busy scheduling live entertainment for everyone to enjoy. My husband and I do a lot of walking, as the facility has large halls enabling room for walkers, wheelchairs and people walking. I like talking with the other residents and getting to know them and their families. It's just heart breaking when the disease wins the battle. This is a great facility for loved ones to live in, while experiencing their ending journey.

  • Please Be Warned of Level of Care

    My mother had been a resident at Autumn Leaves of Georgetown for almost three years, since August of 2016. In the early days of her stay there it was very nice. The rooms were kept clean and my mother was kept clean, dry, and comfortable for the most part. We had a few problems but as we made report of those problems the Executive Director and the Director of Healthcare were very compassionate and understanding. In each case where we felt that my mother was being neglected or mistreated we were given apologies and assurance that it would not happen again and for the following two years it didn't happen again. Unfortunately, over the last several months that hasn't been the case. The Georgetown Autumn Leaves facility is no longer able to maintain staff. From their healthcare team and caregivers, to their other staff, it's become a revolving door with almost complete staff turnover every few months. They have been without a nurse, or Director of Healthcare, since their last Director of Healthcare resigned in February and the care went downhill fast. We were so concerned about a situation of severe neglect, which endangered my mother's health, and was not addressed or corrected, and we were forced to do an emergency move out and move her into another facility. That is an extremely difficult thing to do with a person suffering from advanced dementia and loss of mobility. They promise to have nurses and well trained staff to take good care of your loved ones and this is what happened to my mother: she had been ill with something that almost took her away from us and left her unresponsive (unconscious) and unable to breath and blue except with constant oxygen which lasted for almost three days, from [date removed] through [date removed]. On [date removed] I advised my brother, who resides out of state, that his family needed to come down because we didn't think she would make it trough the night. During this time, even though my mother had been there for almost three years, not a single person other than one caregiver, offered any well wishes for my mother or showed us or my mother any compassion or sympathy. Luckily my mother did pull through and she came around on [date removed]. She was able to get out of bed again but with her hospice nurse's instructions: that she should be put into bed anytime she started turning blue or slumping over in her wheelchair; that the head of her bed needed to be raised to help her breath easier at all times when she was in bed; that they should administer a dose of medication to calm her if she became agitated because during that illness she developed a rash and was getting very hot and itchy to the point that she was scratching bad enough to break her skin and draw blood; that she have her oxygen on at all time when she was in bed; and that her hospice should be called if there were any issues or they needed help with her. On [date removed] at 12:15 we went to check on her and found her in her room being punished for being agitated and difficult. She was obviously hot and uncomfortable, and had become agitated. We were told that she kept kicking off her sheets and pulling at her clothing and rather than give her something to help her or calling the hospice for help, as they promised they would, they chose to strip her and her bed and just leave her alone and terrified to fend for herself without her oxygen or the bed raised even though she is helpless and completely at their mercy. She is not able to defend herself, or help herself, at all and is completely at their mercy. I write that because after my husband, and I, discovered her in that condition and demanded to know why they were treating my mother like an animal we were told that she had become very agitated and that they had done their best. 12:00 is mealtime so all the staff was in the dining room with the other residents and it took almost 15 minutes, and a second plea for help, before anyone showed up to help my mother. We reported the incident to the person in charge that day and assumed that they would take it seriously and follow up with us the following work day when management was on site. The following day no one did follow up so I called to speak with the person that they've been presenting as the person in charge of care. When I inquired about the situation and if anything had been done about it I was told, by the Executive Director who was listening in on the call, that she had a 'different view' of the situation and that she had been given supporting statements, by three people who were not even present during the situation, attesting to my mothers severe agitation and the staff having done their best. I told her that it was not acceptable for my mother to be treated that way and that I could no longer trust them to take care of her so I would be there immediately to move her out and she told me she was sorry that I FELT that way. She did not offer any apology for my mother being mistreated or jeopardized. She did not offer any assurance that there would not be a repeat of a similar situation. This has been hard to relive but I felt that I needed to post this so that I might help someone else avoid the pain of misplacing their trust which is very difficult when you become responsible for the care of your parent who never failed to nurture and protect you when you were a child. A parent with advanced dementia has the capability of a toddler and the roles very definitely reverse. I wish anyone else dealing with this the best of luck. On a happier note, we moved my mother to a wonderful new facility, [removed], which is co-owned, and operated, by a long time and truly compassionate nurse, and my mother has seen some real improvement. They are a blessing and we recommend them, without hesitation, even though we've just gone through a very scary situation.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Please Be Warned of Level of Care

    My mother had been a resident at Autumn Leaves of Georgetown for almost three years, since August of 2016. In the early days of her stay there it was very nice. The rooms were kept clean and my mother was kept clean, dry, and comfortable for the most part. We had a few problems but as we made report of those problems the Executive Director and the Director of Healthcare were very compassionate and understanding. In each case where we felt that my mother was being neglected or mistreated we were given apologies and assurance that it would not happen again and for the following two years it didn't happen again. Unfortunately, over the last several months that hasn't been the case. The Georgetown Autumn Leaves facility is no longer able to maintain staff. From their healthcare team and caregivers, to their other staff, it's become a revolving door with almost complete staff turnover every few months. They have been without a nurse, or Director of Healthcare, since their last Director of Healthcare resigned in February and the care went downhill fast. We were so concerned about a situation of severe neglect, which endangered my mother's health, and was not addressed or corrected, and we were forced to do an emergency move out and move her into another facility. That is an extremely difficult thing to do with a person suffering from advanced dementia and loss of mobility. They promise to have nurses and well trained staff to take good care of your loved ones and this is what happened to my mother: she had been ill with something that almost took her away from us and left her unresponsive (unconscious) and unable to breath and blue except with constant oxygen which lasted for almost three days, from [date removed] through [date removed]. On [date removed] I advised my brother, who resides out of state, that his family needed to come down because we didn't think she would make it trough the night. During this time, even though my mother had been there for almost three years, not a single person other than one caregiver, offered any well wishes for my mother or showed us or my mother any compassion or sympathy. Luckily my mother did pull through and she came around on [date removed]. She was able to get out of bed again but with her hospice nurse's instructions: that she should be put into bed anytime she started turning blue or slumping over in her wheelchair; that the head of her bed needed to be raised to help her breath easier at all times when she was in bed; that they should administer a dose of medication to calm her if she became agitated because during that illness she developed a rash and was getting very hot and itchy to the point that she was scratching bad enough to break her skin and draw blood; that she have her oxygen on at all time when she was in bed; and that her hospice should be called if there were any issues or they needed help with her. On [date removed] at 12:15 we went to check on her and found her in her room being punished for being agitated and difficult. She was obviously hot and uncomfortable, and had become agitated. We were told that she kept kicking off her sheets and pulling at her clothing and rather than give her something to help her or calling the hospice for help, as they promised they would, they chose to strip her and her bed and just leave her alone and terrified to fend for herself without her oxygen or the bed raised even though she is helpless and completely at their mercy. She is not able to defend herself, or help herself, at all and is completely at their mercy. I write that because after my husband, and I, discovered her in that condition and demanded to know why they were treating my mother like an animal we were told that she had become very agitated and that they had done their best. 12:00 is mealtime so all the staff was in the dining room with the other residents and it took almost 15 minutes, and a second plea for help, before anyone showed up to help my mother. We reported the incident to the person in charge that day and assumed that they would take it seriously and follow up with us the following work day when management was on site. The following day no one did follow up so I called to speak with the person that they've been presenting as the person in charge of care. When I inquired about the situation and if anything had been done about it I was told, by the Executive Director who was listening in on the call, that she had a 'different view' of the situation and that she had been given supporting statements, by three people who were not even present during the situation, attesting to my mothers severe agitation and the staff having done their best. I told her that it was not acceptable for my mother to be treated that way and that I could no longer trust them to take care of her so I would be there immediately to move her out and she told me she was sorry that I FELT that way. She did not offer any apology for my mother being mistreated or jeopardized. She did not offer any assurance that there would not be a repeat of a similar situation. This has been hard to relive but I felt that I needed to post this so that I might help someone else avoid the pain of misplacing their trust which is very difficult when you become responsible for the care of your parent who never failed to nurture and protect you when you were a child. A parent with advanced dementia has the capability of a toddler and the roles very definitely reverse. I wish anyone else dealing with this the best of luck. On a happier note, we moved my mother to a wonderful new facility, [removed], which is co-owned, and operated, by a long time and truly compassionate nurse, and my mother has seen some real improvement. They are a blessing and we recommend them, without hesitation, even though we've just gone through a very scary situation.

  • Very pleasant atmosphere

    My Mom lives here currently and things seem to be going well. The building is kept clean, as is her room, and it’s a pleasant atmosphere. The staff is easy to communicate with and seem to know a lot about the type of care she needs. There are plenty of options to choose from in the dining area and there are plenty of activities available. Overall, our experience with this facility has been a good one and I would recommend them.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Very pleasant atmosphere

    My Mom lives here currently and things seem to be going well. The building is kept clean, as is her room, and it’s a pleasant atmosphere. The staff is easy to communicate with and seem to know a lot about the type of care she needs. There are plenty of options to choose from in the dining area and there are plenty of activities available. Overall, our experience with this facility has been a good one and I would recommend them.

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    • The Reserve at Georgetown Amenities

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

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