Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Dallas, Texas

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Edgemere

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8523 Thackery St, Dallas, TX 75225
"I liked Edgemere. They had it all there and they are doing a wonderful job. Everybody I know who's there is having a great time. It's located on the corner of a 6-lane highway, so it could be..." More

Highland Springs

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8000 Frankford Road, Dallas, TX 75252
"My wife and I moved to Highland Springs Continuing Care Community in Far North Dallas in the spring of 2013 after researching other communities in the Dallas/Plano area. Our primary motivation for..." More

C.C. Young Memorial Home

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4847 West Lawther Drive, Dallas, TX 75214
"This community is like a resort and I'm very impressed with the employees and staff here. It's not a typical assisted living and not a "nursing home". There are so many activities and events here..." More

Grace Presbyterian Village/Presbyteri...

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
550 E. Ann Arbor, Dallas, TX 75216
"My parents are in Grace Presbyterian. It has three levels, and the overall atmosphere is very good. It goes from independent living to a little less independent, then to assisted living, to full..." More

Presbyterian Village TX North

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8600 Skyline Drive, Dallas, TX 75243
"My mom will be moving in Presbyterian Village North. The staff is very accommodating. The apartments are very nice. It is currently being remodeled. The dining room is very nice. We tried the food,..." More

Greenway Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
948 Wiggins Parkway, Mesquite, TX 75150
"My wife and I live at Greenway Village - Christian Care Center in the independent living area, but they do have assisted, memory care, and rehab facilities, too. They offer different activity..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Dallas
  • Review of Edgemere

    This is a great place to live. Wonderful people, marvelous food, and a life filled with recreational activities Come on and join us. Read more

    Tarheel58
  • Review of Edgemere

    “My wife and I have always been ‘Planners.’ So we spent about two years visiting Retirement Communities in and around Dallas in anticipation of where we would relocate in 8 or 9 years when we would... Read more

    Don Spies
  • Review of Edgemere

    I liked Edgemere. They had it all there and they are doing a wonderful job. Everybody I know who's there is having a great time. It's located on the corner of a 6-lane highway, so it could be reall... Read more

    Annette
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