Upon arrival, prospective residents and visitors will remark on the beautiful modern country-club-style of our facility at The Village on the Park - Onion Creek. Located near the heart of Austin, Texas, our senior community is established to serve those seeking independent or assisted living through sophisticated luxury and highly personalized care. Our modern and updated home provides a welcoming, safe space for residents to make their own. We get to know residents and share a space of peace and comfort with them like family. Home isn’t just a word for us, it’s a feeling – one that we try to share with every new person who joins our community. Contact a Senior Living Advisor today, and let us see what we can do for you.
Our home offers several common areas, inside and outside, furnished with lovely, homey decor – perfect for social activities or relaxation. The outdoor grounds are full of green plants and make for a great space for BBQs and parties of all sorts. We provide a regular schedule of activities and entertainment, both on- and off-site. Residents can look forward to three nutritious, home-cooked meals, plus snacks, served daily. Caring and professional staff is...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Our family had an in person tour and it was a really good first impression but the major reason I did not choose Village on the Park, was because they do not integrate their assisted living residents with the senior living residents.
The community has lots of activities, including bingo, crafts, movies, and happy hour on Fridays. The community is very clean and the staff is so friendly and compassionate. They also have assisted living in this community too. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.
I toured Village on the Park and it was a very nice facility and I liked the layout of it. The reason I did not go with this one was because they require sit down meals and that is not something that I wanted to do.
It is a great place to move a loved one into. The attention to detail, and willing to assist the residents and families are a few things that stand out to me. The room is very nice, spacious, and all new amenities for my loved one.
[name removed] was super nice. Only studios in Assisted Living available, no one bedrooms.
Village on the Park was great my mom loved it here. They have a ton of activities to choose from and my mom was doing them every day. We chose this because the overall facility was very beautiful and when we toured the residents all looked very happy and that they were having fun there. She was looking for a place with friendly residents and staff and this fit the bill. They really encourage families to come visit when they have parties and big activities when they are able which really stuck out to us. I would absolutely recommend.
The facilities were very bright and inviting. Everything is on the ground floor. The staff was very nice and informative. This senior living facility is all inclusive and even gives all residents a monitor to wear for their safety. We were very impressed and my mother-in-law is happy and signed on right away.
Very nice facility and wonderful informative lady [name removed]. Would love to live there. We have to work on our budget and see what we can sell our house for. Thank you so much.
Small community of assisted living residents. Family-like atmosphere. My Mom has made great friends here and is well taken care of, without being pushed to do things she doesn’t want to do. Very friendly and caring staff. I can’t think of anything she needs, or that I wish they’d be better at.
The tour was nice. The staff were helpful and answered all my questions. This place seemed very corporate. It had no trees and it was in the boonies there was nothing around it to go shopping. they kept telling my in-law's that they would feel like they were on a cruise all the time or on vacation but they wanted a home not a hotel. Needless to say we chose elsewhere.
Village on the Park appears to be a loving an welcoming senior community. We were greeted by friendly staff and given a nice tour. They are a smaller community with a great activity schedule.
This facility was one of my first choices when I was looking for an assisted living home for my mom. The thing that I really liked about it was that there's assisted and independent living in the same facility, which means you don't have to move your loved one in the event that things change for them. The head nurse there is amazing and was willing to answer any questions I had. I would've chosen this place if it hadn't been for the location. It was just a bit too far from me but I would recommend this community.
We really liked the tour with Village on the Park. The man who was the sales director was very good when presenting the community and we were going to use them for my loved one. Until we saw a different community that looked way more pretty with more amenities. I think that what A Place For Mom provides for help is valuable services, they helped us when we didn't know where to start.
Staff is friendly, food is TERRIBLE!! Food was acceptable when parents moved in but has gotten worse as time has gone on. Staff are friendly and helpful. If food was better would be an exceptional value,
I thought this was a suitable community and it was really great. At the time we were looking for both my grandparents, but it was going to be a little more for the rent. It is a very nice community.
I would say this is one of the best community's in the Austin area. This has been a great move for my mother, and her needs. She likes it, and I'am satisfied with all they have done for us. It is a smaller community compared others, but it is a very nice facility. She has a fabulous bathroom, and good views from her room. The staff is polite, and friendly when I come to visit. They provided three different levels of care, and also they allow pets. It has been a great experience for us in this community, and I would highly recommend it.
When I toured Village on the Park, it would have been my second choice. It was expensive and they did not have a washer/dryer or dish washer connection in the apartments. They were newer, so I understand they were still trying to get established. They even hired a landscaping company to try and hide the air conditioning units.
Mom loves living at Village on the Park. The staff are excellent, friendly and always say hello. I have eaten at this community and the food is excellent. They offer a good variety of choices. The community is kept clean and I would recommend it.
I like the care at this community for the care that my mom has received. The activities were really good at the beginning, but they did not have a activite director. Mom likes the meals and the variety that we offered. I would recommend this community, but i would recommend that families come to the community without notice
The Village of the Park is at the top of my list. The community is beautiful. I have a friend who currently resides here and she loves it! The staff is very friendly and attentive. My son toured this community and had nothing but good things to say about it.
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