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Cedar Hills Senior Living

602 East Beltline Road, Cedar Hill, TX 75104

(855) 944-5257

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4

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Offers Assisted Living

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Costs for Cedar Hills Senior Living in Cedar Hill, Texas

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$2,700

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Reviews of Cedar Hills Senior Living in Cedar Hill, Texas

4

(14 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.4

  • Staff

    4.4

  • Food

    4.0

  • Activities

    4.0

  • Value

    4.5

Giana

3

January 10, 2023

I visited this facility

Cedar Hills Senior Living wasn't the best. Even though I had reserved a tour time, they weren't expecting me to show up. We had a lady walk us around. The actual room wasn't bad, but the whole facility was boring. They didn't have a whole lot to offer in terms of activities. They said that sometimes people will come in, but there was no schedule or anything, so it was kind of inconsistent. The room was a decent size. There was space for a bed and space for a living area, if you wanted to separate it like that. There was a little kitchenette and a bathroom. The room wasn't necessarily the problem; it was the rest of the facility. They had a courtyard and a hair salon that wasn't in use. You could tell that it was not the normal task for the person doing the tour. Apparently, the person that was supposed to do the tourt was not there that day.

Karen

5

April 18, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My brother is in Cedar Hill Senior Living. They're great. I like the age group, the activity, and the care. It was a small and quiet community, so I felt that it's something that would fit his needs better. He's not quite as active as most seniors. He had a stroke and Cedar Hill is more on the assisted living side. The community has been Covid free and they check people who go in and out. You can do monitoring of your loved one if you want that. Parking space is good and the place is well lit up. They have a library. The gardens and the courtyard are just beautiful. The food smells absolutely amazing. They have wheelchair accessible units available there. The community is so small that they all get along. They all seem to look after each other and for me, that was very impressive. They have church for people who want to participate. They have activities,a library, and it's wheelchair accessible. They have a smoking and a non-smoking area for people to sit on and I didn't see that in any other facility I looked at.

ReviewerRD10202020e

4

November 9, 2020

I am/was a resident of this facility

I moved into Cedar Hills Senior Living. Well at first, I had some trouble with the room, but the staff worked with me on it and I'm moving into the room that I expected to get when I got here. I would rate the food fair. The dining area is good. They have bingo, and sometimes they have music come to play at the window, and sometimes they have popcorn. Yesterday, we had hot chocolate. The staff is good.

Rebecca

4

January 8, 2020

I visited this facility

Cedar Hill Senior Living was nice. During the tour, they said that they have activities for the residents. Their apartments were a little bit smaller scale than the community we ended up choosing.

Debbie

5

January 31, 2018

I visited this facility

Brookdale Cedar Hill's rooms were very nice and the size was adequate. It's a little bit smaller than what my mom has now, but it could work. They have an activity room and they have Bingo. They also have a little bus that takes the residents on outings like out shopping or to dinner. They also have different games that they play on different days of the week. The dining area was very nice and there's a little snack bar area. They also have coffee available for the residents all day. They also have a fireplace in the sitting room. A lot of the residents were sitting and talking around it. The people I talked to were very nice. The residents really enjoy living there and they had high praise for the care they receive as well as for the staff there.

Lori753013

5

January 20, 2017

I visited this facility

I was interested in Brookdale Cedar Hill. The rooms were nice and the people seemed friendly but I couldn't put her there because it required residents to be more independent than she was capable of being. It appeared clean and without smells when I was there. I seriously considered it, but I couldn’t put her in a place where she was living by herself without 24 hour supervision.

Cookie S

3

October 28, 2015

I visited this facility

We visited Brookdale Cedar Hill (formerly Sterling House of Cedar Hill), and the administrator wasn't there that day. The place was semi-clean, but it wasn't pretty. They had activities, but we didn't see residents participating in any. As soon as you walk in, you see the dining area, and it looked OK. They should educate the staff about better customer service. The nurse was rude when you asked questions. There was no customer service there at all. They should be more professional, instead of talking loud. We only liked the location; it's near a shopping area.

Caring102352750

5

January 29, 2015

I visited this facility

Brookdale Cedar Hill is in my neighborhood. The staff were very nice during my visit, everything was very clean and comfortable, and there were people visiting their relatives that live there. The woman that I spoke to was very nice and answered all my questions. The rooms were perfectly adequate, the bathrooms looked very safe, the closet looked very nice, and they all kind of had a view of the surroundings. The dining room was very nice, there were small tables, and there was one larger room which has like a family style table. The security seemed very good. I didn't have any issues with them.

Caring83186950

4

April 29, 2014

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Sterling House is nice and clean and is close to where we live. It looked like the best one to fit our purposes. The staff, for the most part, seemed pretty good. Sometimes they were understaffed. My father-in-law needed assistance, and a couple of times it took a long time for them to check on him. The dining room is spacious enough, and the food looks fine to me. His room is adequate. My father-in-law doesn’t want to participate in the activities, but they have Bingo, game nights, and movies.

Caring8957

4

September 27, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I did like Sterling House of Cedar Hill. I also like the people that I spoke to thus we decided to put my mother-in-law there. The caregivers have been very sweet, kind, and compassionate. The rooms were not bad. You could have a choice wherein you could get a small or a larger one. We got a two-room apartment which got a separate sitting room from the living room. My mom-in-law is in a wheelchair so she does not get involved with many activities, but I know they have exercise programs, they have various people come in for spiritual thing. My mother-in-law has not been very happy with the food and she said sometimes it not identifiable food. She thinks probably they bring in already prepared food and they just heat it up. There was one time when she had an upset tummy and she asked for a soup in the kitchen but the caregiver said they didn't have any soup. The food does downgrade my rate for them somewhat and that is the reason why I would not recommend them strongly to somebody.

Linda64776550

3

June 26, 2013

I visited this facility

The staff were nice, but the rooms are too small.

Conerned Child

1

June 22, 2013

I am a friend or relative of resident

At first Sterling House of Cedar Hill seemed like an answered prayer. However, the Executive Director left who was a Saint and the new Exec Director is forgetful, complacent, and not a good communicator. Housekeeping was let go, and they do not have a good nursing staff. The aides have to clean the rooms. The food has gone downhill. They have gone through numerous activity directors and never take the residents out of the facility. I have had to clean the toilet, take out trash, etc. His large supply of bath towels has diminished to a small supply. They do not monitor his bathing. Every time I go there he is wearing a dirty t-shirt. The sales lady is very persuasive but Sterling House does not live up to their promises. They get medications mixed up, won't check blood sugars daily, per Dr's orders, and are often short staffed when patients press the call button, fall down, etc. Very very disappointed and looking for another facility.

CHANCE1

5

June 23, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My grandmother was a resident of Sterling House for several years. The staff were always very friendly and helpful. Many of them were very generous with their time and energy to make residents feel welcome and at home at Sterling House. The food served at the house was actually pretty good and my grandmother did not ever complain about it. A preacher would come once a week and lead a service for the Christian residents. They even brought in entertainment for the residents like an Elvis impersonator and tried to make the experience of living there as pleasant as possible. The staff and residents seemed like a big, loving family and I know it was a good place for my grandmother to live. I would recommend Sterling House to people living in or around the Dallas-Fort Worth area who have an elderly family member who needs daily assistance to live well.

Carlos Williams

5

February 24, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My grandmother was a resident of Sterling House for several years. The staff were always very friendly and helpful. Many of them were very generous with their time and energy to make residents feel welcome and at home at Sterling House. The food served at the house was actually pretty good and my grandmother did not ever complain about it. A preacher would come once a week and lead a service for the Christian residents. They even brought in entertainment for the residents like an Elvis impersonator and tried to make the experience of living there as pleasant as possible. The staff and residents seemed like a big, loving family and I know it was a good place for my grandmother to live. I would recommend Sterling House to people living in or around the Dallas-Fort Worth area who have an elderly family member who needs daily assistance to live well.

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Costs for Cedar Hills Senior Living in Cedar Hill, Texas

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$2,700

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Cedar Hills Senior Living in Cedar Hill, Texas

Costs

  • All Inclusive Rent

Room and housing options

  • Companion Suites: We do not offer companion suites
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • Dining Room Shared Meals

About Cedar Hills Senior Living in Cedar Hill, Texas

Our community offers a range of lifestyle options so you can live the way you want to live. Our active seniors get to enjoy a large variety of personalized services and exquisitely tailored amenities. We know you’ll feel right at home. And even better than that, we provide all the benefits of being in your own home, but we remove all the worry of maintenance, chores, and cooking.

In addition to generous personal space, we provide you with dining rooms, a resident tended the garden, libraries, a scenic walking path, full-service beauty & barber salon, live exercise, and more. At our active living community, there truly is something for everyone!

Cedar Hill Senior Living provides a great value with our apartments, including an abundance of amenities and a large range of customized services. We offer spacious studios for our residents. The residents and staff are extremely friendly, too — the only thing missing is you!

INDIVIDUALIZED CARE

For those residents needing an extra helping hand with their activities of daily living, our Assisted Living CareGivers provide both full and partial assisted living services. We provide assistance with activities of daily living and the coordination of services by outside healthcare providers to help to ensure health, safety, and well-being.

Our focus is on individual wellness, and we encourage continued independence with a tailored plan of assistance, provided by our well-trained team members who are available around the clock, 24-hours a day. We are at your service!

Cedar Hill Senior Living offers the following:

  • All-Inclusive Price Structure
  • Emergency Call Lights in Living Spaces & Bathrooms
  • Medication Preparation and Distribution
  • Luxury Transportation Services
  • Exercise Programs
  • Private Dining Room for Family Gatherings
  • Fireside Living Room
  • Courtyard and Garden
  • Beauty & Barber Shop
  • Laundry Services Provided
  • Qualified Med Techs and Caregivers
  • Wellness Staff on-call 24-hours a day
  • Housekeeping services
  • Social programs, outings, and frequent special events and parties
  • Basic cable service is provided
  • WiFi in every apartment

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