5 Assisted Living Facilities, Senior Care Homes and Senior Living Communities
602 E BELTLINE RD, CEDAR HILL, Texas 75104
License #: 300
Capacity: 50 people
Phone #: (800) 304-5948
225 W PLEASANT RUN RD, CEDAR HILL, Texas 75104
License #: 102594
Capacity: 85 people
Phone #: (888) 895-1295
1225 NUTTING STREET, CEDAR HILL, Texas 75104
License #: 103024
Capacity: 6 people
Phone #: (800) 286-0203
338 HASTINGS DR, CEDAR HILL, Texas 75104
License #: 10228
Capacity: 6 people
Phone #: (800) 303-5357
Cedar Hill has a large number of professionally designed and well-maintained parks and bike paths and is known for its rapid green growth plans. Senior living facilities in Cedar Hills are exceptional, and the retirees enjoy their independent living and quality of life through many joint outdoor activities. Biking and walking excursions around the DORBA trail as well as the pleasant Run Trail, Lake Ridge Hike, and Bike Trail, and Red Oak Creek Trail are all healthy options used by them and by all healthy minded senior citizens.
For the physical fit retiree, senior living communities offer an unassisted living experience but in a gated and secure environment with many social activities. These communities all have fitness centers, hair and beauty salons, and some will have special pet spas. Most of the communities offer school visits and field trips and will organize festive evenings with dancing and invited entertainers.
Cedar Hill assisted living facilities offer the elderly residents the individuality of living in their own residences while offering them personal services when required. These services include all forms of home maintenance and garden work as well as personal hygiene, housekeeping and cooking. The assisted living services also give transportation solutions that enable the physically disabled or mobility-impaired older adults easy access to all the amenities and attractions around the community.
There are also continued care retirement communities in Cedar Hill (CCRC) that offer a special plan that covers the entire elderly lifespan. CCRCs start with personal and individual living conditions, and as the residents become increasingly infirm, offer medical assistance until the elderly resident is transferred to a special care unit where they are given around the clock medical and nursing attention. The CCRC’s also offer memory care units to offer a comfortable and safe surrounding for Alzheimer and dementia sufferers.
SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.
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