12102 Steepleway Blvd, Houston, TX 77065
The Village on the Park at Steeplechase in Houston, Texas provides a comfortable, homey environment for aging residents to receive devoted, personalized care. Our home has a resort-like flair, tucked in a residential neighborhood just outside of the main metro area, meaning — we have absolutely stunning views available for apartment units! We like to say we add life to years, not just years to life, because life should be celebrated passionately. We support residents with our personal care services in a secure, close-knit community. We center your well-being by aiding in daily tasks while always still encouraging your independence. Contact an advisor at A Place for Mom, and check out our details, to learn more about our amazing community!
Our experienced caregivers offer a wide host of personal services catered to the individual needs of residents — from independent seniors to those in need of more advanced care. For those who want to enjoy a carefree lifestyle, we’ll take care of your chores while you enjoy the activities we’ve arranged around our community. You can also hold tight to your privacy, in your own apartment, if that is what you prefer. If a resident requires more of an...
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We did not have a good tour experience with Village on the Park. We literally walked in and left within 10 minutes. It is very dark and small, the vibes were not good. The receptionist was on her cell phone and did not acknowledge us for several minutes. Our loved one had an emotional support dog and they told us they would not allow the dog. I would not recommend based on our experience.
Most of the staff members there are amazing and super friendly. The meals and dining service is very nice and we would absolutely recommend Village on the Park community to others.
Our family has able to have an in person tour and it had its positive and negatives. The positives were that it had a nice outdoor area and it was cheaper then other communities we were looking at. The residents could even plant flowers outside their windows, but the community itself was very dated.
Looks very good. Definitely a contender. Cottages with garages a big plus.
We toured this community and it was very nice. The staff was very friendly and they answered all our questions. they have both apartments and cottages avaliable. I would recommend this community to others
I would recommend the community to others. It is a friendly, well run, and clean community. The communication with the staff is excellent. The food is not appealing. The chicken is dry and the pork is tough to eat.
The community has several levels of care, but the community says they are not able to admit diabetics. I would recommend this community. The staff is very nice and their hearts are in the right place.
Village on the Park is a friendly and welcoming place. My mom really loves living in the community and being around the other residents that live there. Her only complaint is that food is limited in taste. It seems to have its good and bad days. She likes her apartment.
My mom has been here in Independent Living for just over two years. Initially pretty good but has gone steadily downhill. Complete change of staff several times over including at least 3 managers. The latest is another “interim”. In the dining room there are NO provisions or choices for heart-healthy, low fat or low salt diets. There have been 5-6 chef changes in the time she’s been here. The one good one did not stay long. Despite what we were told initially and is still listed on their website, there is no “12 hour continuous dining”. Breakfast is 7:30-9. Lunch is 11-1:15. Dinner 4-6:15. Other than those hours the dining room is closed and residents line up in the hallway waiting for it to open. Come later and items may not be available. And the rules change with no notice. Apparently as of today, a meal for a visiting guest or family member requires an $8 cash payment at the table instead of being charged to the resident’s account by voucher. My 95 year old mother was very upset and left without eating. Poor response for maintenance despite multiple calls and visits to the front desk. Yes, the apartments are larger than at other facilities but had we known then what we know now, we’d have made a different choice. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.
My mom has been here in Independent Living for just over two years. Initially pretty good but has gone steadily downhill. Complete change of staff several times over including at least 3 managers. The latest is another “interim”. In the dining room there are NO provisions or choices for heart-healthy, low fat or low salt diets. There have been 5-6 chef changes in the time she’s been here. The one good one did not stay long. Despite what we were told initially and is still listed on their website, there is no “12 hour continuous dining”. Breakfast is 7:30-9. Lunch is 11-1:15. Dinner 4-6:15. Other than those hours the dining room is closed and residents line up in the hallway waiting for it to open. Come later and items may not be available. And the rules change with no notice. Apparently as of today, a meal for a visiting guest or family member requires an $8 cash payment at the table instead of being charged to the resident’s account by voucher. Poor response for maintenance despite multiple calls and visits to the front desk. Yes, the apartments are larger than at other facilities but had we known then what we know now, we’d have made a different choice. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.
The Village on the Park is a beautiful place and the ladies provided me with all the information we needed. The programs available and the living arrangements are wonderful!
Everything is the best over there!! I love all of the people and all of the staff over there. I love performing my saxophone and Violin over there and the guests really enjoy it! I would love to come back there again and perform soon for my grandparents [Name removed] (Grandma) [name removed], ([name removed])(Grandpa). My grandpa is progressing forward and thank you to the staff and therapists of doing a great job helping and taking care of my grandpa! As my grandma like to say, "Look at him go"
Village on the Park was not acceptable to us as they wanted us to bend to their schedule and we preceded to have them bend to ours. Their food was baseless and uninspired so we are out every night. Their help were pleasant and mind but we're hampered by restritions. We spent two weeks there and that was 10 days to long.
Very clean and nice facility. The staff was very professional and attentive. Overall, I had a very positive impression from my visit. Only negative was that this facility does not take medicaid.
My mother is very comfortable at this location. She is happy that the people there are friendly, they are very inclusive, and has been very inviting. Her big interest with their activities that they provide is the bridge group. They are very active and they have been trying to get her to play, but as of now she is still occupied with settling into her apartment and getting everything the way she wants it. They have trips to go shopping at outlet malls and she had made some friends there. Most people there tend to be from Houston, but my mother moved from out of state. They all have been very welcoming and they offered to be her co-pilot for her to be familiar with the area. She is very active for her age. What I have also seen is that they have other trips that are more tailored for men. A lot of men there are retired engineers or mechanics so they have trips to places like Transtar where it is a place that monitors the entire traffic cameras. So it’s give my mother some variety and different choices opposed to just be talking about feminine stuff all the time like shopping. I already have been recommending this property to other families.
Patio homes available. Lovely property, pleasant staff, residents socializing & having fun.
I really liked the community. Seems to be a hidden gem. Residents were moving about with ease and grace. One bedrooms in main bldg do not have washer/dryer in the units. That might be a deal breaker for my MIL
I have been happy with the care at this community. It has been an outstanding more for my mom. The staff are attentive and caring to her needs. The menu is outstanding and she has been pleased with the menu. I know that my mom has been able to meet friends and likes that the community is clean and maintained. I like knowing that she is happy with being in this community and would recommend the value of the care to other families.
I like the care at this community. The staff are caring and attentive. We like the cleanliness of the community. The menu is appealing and she likes the variety. We like this community and my mom feels comfortable here. We recommend this community for good care and a nice value.
The main reason i had chose this community for my mother to live in was the fact that it was a single level building and a very peaceful environment. I also like the fact that they have a menu available to the residents throughout the day so if they don't make it down to meal time they will still be able to get something to eat. They have a great activity program available throughout the week as well. Overall I am pleased with how things are going.
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