Reviews of Family Tree Assisted Living | Care Home
Overview of Ratings
November 22, 2016
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
Photos of Family Tree Assisted Living
Features of Family Tree Assisted Living
- Minimum Rate: $3500/month
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- Companion Suites: We Offer Companion Suites
- Minimum Age: 60
- Pets: No Pets Allowed
- State Licenses: 141097
About Family Tree Assisted Living
Choosing an assisted living environment for a loved one can be an emotional, difficult decision. There are so many options, and so many factors to consider when making such an important choice. We’ve experienced this in our own family lives.
Our mission at Family Tree Assisted Living is to provide exceptional care for our residents in a safe and loving home. Our Vision is to be the premier assisted living facility in the area.
When you’re ready to discuss assisted living for your loved one, we’re here to listen, to educate and to guide you toward the best possible choice.
We believe when you make the decision to trust the love and care of your loved one to us, you make them part of our growing family.
We are staffed 24/7, 365 days with Certified Nurse Aids trained in geriatrics, dementia care, CPR, Heimlich maneuver, food handling, and emergency procedures. A nurse is on site 4 days a week, on-call the other 3 days.
Peace of Mind
While our staff is trained for emergencies we also have Smoke & Heat Detectors in all rooms, a Fire Sprinkler System, and a 24hr Security Monitoring System. Additionally, our home meets the Health & Safety standards of the Texas Department of Aging & Disability Services.
A comfortable, attractive home setting with a loving and cheerful environment. All rooms are furnished beautifully with safety in mind.
What Makes Us Special
We strive to offer the very best in the business. Our residents are our extended family and we treat them as our own. We take every precaution to ensure their safety and well being. Our staff offers loving assistance and helps residents to maintain their independence while assisting in their daily activities of living.