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The Stayton at Museum Way

2501 Museum Way, Fort Worth, TX 76107

(800) 558-0653 (Call a Family Advisor)

4.25

(12 reviews)

Offers Continuing Care Communities, Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Memory Care
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Reviews of The Stayton at Museum Way in Fort Worth, Texas

4.25

(12 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.3

  • Staff

    5.0

  • Food

    4.0

  • Activities

    4.0

  • Value

    5.0

Varonaca

1

January 21, 2022

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

I’m in the 3rd floor visiting a friend every night it’s like a party in the hallway until 12 am the “ cna “ s are a joke they are so rude on this floor omg the lack of common sense baffles me and you can’t talk to them because they bite your head off then walk outta the room laughing swinging her hands in the air she was so unprofessional I’m so shocked right now but praise God we are leaving here tomorrow 🙏👍 I will not miss this place!!!!

Marian DeMott

5

August 24, 2020

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

I can not recommend The Stayton highly enough! Both my parents have been on the skilled nursing/rehab floor of The Stayton at different times. My father even stayed there for the final months of his cancer battle until his death. The Stayton staff members have consistently "gone the extra mile" in terms of providing exemplary care for my parents and in facilitating extremely helpful communication with the family. In the midst of COVID, the staff members have done a superb job keeping residents, patients and staff members safe and families connected and informed. From the administrator to the social worker to the therapy team to the medical staff (particularly the nurses and certified nursing assistants as well as the main doctor and NP), the staff members on the 3rd floor skilled nursing/rehab floor have set the proverbial bar so high that I hope we never have to go anywhere else in the future if our mother has additional rehab needs.

Romeo Baltic Potatoes

5

October 7, 2019

I visited this facility

I visited and had dinner. After dinner, I went home and spent time with my dog, Sanders McQueen. I went back for dinner another time. The dinner was great. I am currently thinking about opening a tire store. I hope it would be as good as the dinner.

Provider Response

We're glad you enjoyed your visit to our community. Our culinary team truly does a wonderful job serving unforgettable meals day in, day out. Thank you so much for the five-star review!

Jean488473

5

December 17, 2016

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

The Stayton had a wonderful array of programs that we attended. My friend lives there. The people seemed very happy. They parked our car for us, and the food was very good.

Lori310355

5

July 31, 2016

I visited this facility

The Stayton at Museum Way was excellent. It would be our first choice, but it was extremely expensive. I mean, you had to put down $150,000 and then you would pay $4,000 to $5,000 a month. If you go to the assisted living, you would pay $7,000 a month. However, it had everything that I would want. They had beautifully appointed meals that were delicious. They always called you "Mrs. So and So." They were friendly and accommodating and said, “Oh, can I do this for you?” “Would you like me to move your scooter?” They were very solicitous. It was just a nice atmosphere. I liked the location because there were movie theaters and little shops. You could ride in scooters without even taking the little buses and shuttles that they had which you could book anytime. They a had schedule for doctor’s appointment and a day in a week where they would take you to Target.

RadVRLKO

4

May 12, 2016

I am/was a resident of this facility

The Stayton seemed to be well organized and feels like a 4 or 5 star hotel. I like the food and haven’t had a bad meal. The staff is attentive and caring. The room is fine.

Margaret121594950

4

March 27, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My sister lives in The Stayton at Museum Way, and we go there frequently. It is wonderful, pretty, and first class but very expensive. The staff is great. The level of care is perfect. It is like a spa with gorgeous, spacious rooms with balconies. They have everything imaginable for activities, like tai-chi, yoga, and trips.

Caring109814850

5

July 21, 2015

I visited this facility

The Stayton is upscale, and the people staying there seemed to be very satisfied. They are very close to a lot of the arts, shows, and museums, and they had transportation to those areas.

Caring106549650

3

February 23, 2015

I visited this facility

Stayton is like a huge apartment estate. The clientele is very rich and wealthy. They did show me their memory care, and it seemed like they tried to keep the people busy. It seems as though they had a lot going on with it. It is very smithy and very cliquish, and what I didn’t like was that they only take you to Target; they won’t take you to any other grocery stores.

Grahn

4

September 26, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Mom is grateful being at Stayton at Museum Way. She's a stroke patient. They've been able to take care of her. They're responsive and come when you press the call buttons. The rooms are big, spacious, and she can put up her own decorations. Everything is conveniently in one room. They also have sponsored dinners for families and guests. The dining room is nice and the food is good.

Mary64991950

5

August 7, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Mother's move to The Stayton at Museum Way is successful and it's working out very well. It is a very nice facility and the pricing is very straightforward. It's a little pricier than other places, but one thing that we like is that we weren't charged for every little service. As long as she does not require the most extensive care, they only charge the base rate. They have a little functioning system of bracele, so she can get assistance anywhere in the building. It is used routinely and not just for emergency. They had a nice big on-sight therapy room and the food was very good.

Caring 9695

5

July 31, 2013

I visited this facility

I have decided on The Stayton at Museum Way. I like the location of this one because it is closer to my kids. They have all four levels independent, assisted, memory care and nursing care. I will be moving there in August because they have two places available. They have one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments there.

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About The Stayton at Museum Way in Fort Worth, Texas

Welcome to The Stayton at Museum Way, a fully licensed Assisted Living facility in Fort Worth, Texas. It offers private suites and has caregivers on duty 24/7. Located in the Cultural District of Fort Worth, the Stayton is minutes away from the Kimbell Art Museum, Bass Performance Hall and other local attractions, and provides transportation to these destinations. Those who love art and culture but want a little more peace and quiet will find tranquility at The Stayton. There are no stairs or elevators required for a living so the center can accommodate anyone with limited mobility. It also offers the services of caregivers for residents in need of help with daily activities such as bathing or dressing.

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