I was at University Place Senior Living, affiliated with Memorial Hospital Southwest. It was fine. I took my meals to my apartment or I just cooked myself. Their activities were not so good and there weren't very many. We made some animals and dolls, but if the management said that wasn't enough, the staff member would bring all of her bags for jewelry making and different things, but she would never go forward with it, so you were stuck with making the same things. They were extremely friendly. The first time I went down to have a meal, people ran over to me and helped me. The food was good. The building was about 25 years old, and they kept everything up. They changed the carpets when necessary and painted. They did a good job in trying to keep up a building that was a little bit older. On the same piece of land was the Houston Baptist University and a swimming pool, which was free to anybody that lived in University Place. They had a sauna and provided the towel. It was a lot more economical than some of the other places.
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Reviews of University Place TX
March 19, 2018
I am/was a resident of this facility
June 18, 2016
I visited this facility
I was impressed by the people at University Place. The buy-in wasn’t too bad, but the average age was 85, which was too old. They provided two meals a day and had laundry services on the floor. They had an exercise room but also offered free membership to an exercise club at the Baptist University. I liked it. The staff was very good and very informative.
October 28, 2013
I am a friend or relative of a resident
University Place is a wonderful place for my father. The people there were very kind and attentive. It is better care that you're going to get at than any other place.
About University Place TX
Refund Plans: 90% of Entrance Fee. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on discounted Fee-For-Service basis. Leasing plan also available.
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