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Don't mess with Texas and don't mess mess around with your Texas retirement. Welcome to the Assisted Senior Living directory. Our directory includes assisted living, independent living, nursing homes, Alzheimer's care and other senior living options. After a recent experience with my father where I had to find an assisted living facility in just one stressful day, I decided to create this website and trying to gather the most complete list of assisted living facilities, nursing homes and other senior living facilities.
In addition to listing all types of senior living facilities, we also include reviews by residents of these facilities. Selecting and assisted living facility or other senior facility is a critical decision will financially and for the overall health of the senior. The decision should not be taken lightly and it can be a very complex issue. Elements such as proximity to friends and family, proximity to amenities, quality of life and total cost are all very important parts of finding the best assisted living and senior living option. Just type in your name and our map features will allow you to zoom in and out to research each facility and determined its accessibility to surrounding points of interest. Our reviews will tell you what existing residents think about living in each facility. Our photos will help you quickly get a flavor of the style of the facility. Our contact information and other details will make it easy for you to get more information from your preferred assisted-living facilities.
Texas Assisted Living Facility Licensing And Complaints
In Texas, all assisted living facilities are inspected annually by the Department of Aging and Disability Services. You can contact them at 1-800-252-2412 or through their web site: www.dads.state.tx.us. The site is bilingual. The site also includes information for contacting your Ombudsman (based on 28 regions). The state of Texas organized his facilities based on the level of care. This includes freestanding nursing homes, hospital-based nursing homes, assisted living facilities, residential care for persons with mental retardation, home health care, and adult day care. You can get all this information at www.dads.state.tx.us
This directory includes 6736 assisted living options for Texas. Use the "Advance Search" to find the nearest 40 senior services based on your desired location or select a city and then choose a tab to see different types of senior care including nursing homes, Alzheimer's care centers, CCRCs, independent living, in-home and hospice care.
Here are the direct links to Amarillo Nursing Homes, Austin Nursing Homes, Beaumont Nursing Homes, Brownsville Nursing Homes, Corpus Christi Nursing Homes, Dallas Nursing Homes, El Paso Nursing Homes, Fort Worth Nursing Homes, Galveston Nursing Homes, Houston Nursing Homes, Huntsville Nursing Homes, Laredo Nursing Homes, Longview Nursing Homes, Lubbock Nursing Homes, Lufkin Nursing Homes, Marshall TX Nursing Homes, McAllen Nursing Homes, Odessa Nursing Homes, Plainview Nursing Homes, San Antonio Nursing Homes, Sherman Nursing Homes, Temple Nursing Homes, Tyler Nursing Homes, Victoria Nursing Homes, Waco Nursing Homes, Wichita Falls Nursing Homes, Kingsville Nursing Homes, Irving Nursing Homes, Garland Nursing Homes, Plano Nursing Homes, or use the advanced search and limit your results to Nursing Homes.
Texas is an excellent state for retirement because of the warmer weather it easier on older bodies. The lower cost of living in Texas also makes it more affordable to sustain a high standard of living while in an assisted living, independent living or nursing home facility. In our original review of the area, we found over 200 different assisted living facilities across the greater Texas area. You may start searching for your senior living facility by choosing one of the major cities in Texas or by reviewing all the available nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the state. It may also be wise to review several different levels of care and make sure that you have a transition plan for both greater and less care.