Brookdale Champion Oaks

Offers Assisted Living

17 Reviews
17705 Red Oak Drive, Houston, TX 77090
Call (800) 385-2527
Brookdale Champion Oaks (800) 385-2527

Independent and Assisted Living new residents receive $500 off the 1st full month and 4th full month free Base Rent. Must take financial possession by 1/31//2021. Ask for details when you tour.

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January 30, 2014

By marymason333

I visited this facility

I went to Emeritus at Champion and it was just exactly what I would like it to be, but it was more expensive than what I could afford. I thought the rooms were small to be shared by two people, and I would prefer not to have a roommate because I had a cat and a dog. The bathroom was also shared and that was something I did not want to spend the rest of my life with. They had all kinds of activities and classes. There was a library and a place where the residents could gather and watch television. There were art class, physical therapy and just everything that seniors needed and wanted. They had something to keep the residents busy and it was pretty well-rounded. I was quite impressed with the dining room because it was very clean and they had good meals. The staff were very caring people and I really liked them.

November 29, 2013

By UnhappyFamilyMember911

I am a friend or relative of resident

IF YOU LOVE YOUR FAMILY MEMBER, DO NOT LEAVE THEM HERE!!! My family member was at this facility for less than one year, and we had the same problems consistently (not bathing my family member, not changing the bed linens despite incontinence, falls going unattended, terrible food, emergency pendant to alert help never worked). I visited often, at all times of the day or night. High turnover in management. Always understaffed. Staff not licensed. This facility should be closed down until a serious overhaul takes place.

September 22, 2013

By Barbara71534650

I visited this facility

Emeritus at Champion costs only $2,400 a month and it includes everything. The people there were wonderful. Everybody there was friendly. It was not a new place, but the apartments were very nice. It was not a huge place, but it was spacious. It had an atrium at the middle where you could walk. They had activities like cards and games. They had a huge dining room. I didn't eat there, but the people who lived there told me that the food was good.

September 19, 2013

By Gracie3

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mom is doing fine in Emeritus at Champion. We like it best because the price is just right. My mom has been to several places and so far, it is working out okay with this one. They have a very nice staff. The room that she has is nice and accommodating. Food is good. We have no complaints from her. Overall, they are doing a good job.

June 25, 2013

By caring68281

I visited this facility

The staff at Emeritus at Champion seemed very friendly and very helpful when I visited the place. It's the place where I would like to put my mom if only we could afford it. I like the cleanliness of the place. I like the fact that they interact with their patients. They get them out of their rooms and get them to participate. They are proactive. My only problem is that the room they would put her would be much, much smaller and she can't bring her dog.

March 21, 2013

By Bernardene Katona

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I would not recommend Emeritus on Red Oak. My aunt was there for a total of 6 days and 5 nights. She was neglected. They never bathed her, the doctor never saw her within that 6-day period. She was in the room by herself even when I told them she didn't like staying by herself. She was there for 5 nights without a roommate, terrified. The room was dirty with diapers on the floor. They never bothered to pick them up. There was no receptacle in the room where to put the diapers in. There were several houses that this one guy owned in the private care facility and one was dirtier than the other. I also never got her medical records. Emeritus was private pay. I insisted on a refund for the unused days according to their contract. They wanted me to live up to it, but they didn't want to live up to their part of the bargain. I have nothing but very, very bad reports as far as they are concerned.

December 22, 2012

By OneEyeTio

I visited this facility

My mom has been living in this facility now for almost five years. My mom was a very active person and she was always the one who took care of everyone, until five years ago, when she had her stroke. It was such a shock to all of our family. The staff seemed to be so friendly and the overall conditions of the rooms were great.

June 08, 2012

By caring6061

I visited this facility

It was the only one that contacted me back first, and the only one that I'd been able to find so far up in on the North side of Houston that truly takes medicaid. I guess they save like 20 or 30 percent of their rooms for medicaid recepients. I like that my mother is eligible to go there and that it has pet eligibility. She can bring her pet which would do wonders for her being able to have her pet back. The staff was very pleasant and very welcoming. Two or three of the residents there actually wheeled over to me in their wheelchairs and just took the time and said how happy they were there. They were very complimentary of the facility, saying that it was a great place. One of them have been there for 5 years and the other for 3 years. It's just that Emeritus at Champion was a little older facility, looking about 15 years old. It had never been renovated or updated really. Also the location of it - there's no access from that facility for my mother on her electric wheelchair. It's kind of out there in the middle of nowhere. Where she can't utilize that to go to any stores next door or down within a block. It's mile and miles before you could even get anywhere and it's just on a 2-lane road with no sidewalks. So basically she's confined there and at that point I was looking for a place that had more independence to her mobility. There is no external wheelchair accessibility whatsoever.

October 04, 2011

By lmcrayne

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My parents and I visited my Aunt who has been living in this facility now for almost five years. My aunt was a very active person and she was always the one who took care of everyone, until five years ago, when she had her stroke. It was such a shock to all of our family. This was my mother's sister in law and they were very close. My uncle and his children had put my Aunt in this facility. When we visited her at the facility she was clean and seemed happy. Off course she can not speak with words, but she does get her point across in many non verbal skills. The staff seemed to be so friendly and every day my uncle goes and has lunch with his wife. My cousins have paid for the meal, but my uncle just thinks the staff is allowing him to eat one meal a day with his wife. I thought that really showed a lot of compassion for both my Aunt and Uncle.
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Questions about Brookdale Champion Oaks

Describe the overall population of assisted living residents at Brookdale Champion Oaks. What is their average age? What are their favorite things to do?

Average age is 75-80, residents enjoy ice cream socials, movie night, church services.

What programs or activities does Brookdale Champion Oaks offer to enrich residents' well-being?

Optimum Life programs that focus on spiritual, social, physical, emotional, purposeful and intellectual stimulus.

What places are near Brookdale Champion Oaks or within walking distance for assisted living residents to enjoy?

FM 1960 is not far from the community, while not within walking distance, it is a short car ride. A variety of restaurants, shopping and entertainment are available.

What transportation services does Brookdale Champion Oaks offer to assisted living residents?

Brookdale bus transportation is available for health care appointments and scheduled outings with residents.

What makes the chef or dining program at Brookdale Champion Oaks exceptional? What kind of menu can assisted living residents expect?

Monthly dining meetings to get feedback from residents on menu options. Always available menu choices each day provide residents the ability to eat a variety of options.

What safety features or security measures does Brookdale Champion Oaks offer to assisted living residents?

Personal pendant for residents use to send a page to the care staff. 24-hour care staff on-site and doors are secured from the outside in after dusk.

How does Brookdale Champion Oaks keep residents' families informed about their loved ones?

Phone, email, face to face and monthly town hall meetings.

What is the care staff-to-resident ratio at Brookdale Champion Oaks during daytime and nighttime hours?

Depends on resident needs and occupancy.

If Brookdale Champion Oaks accepts dogs or cats, what indoor/outdoor areas can they enjoy?

Large, outdoor, private courtyard accessible from multiple exits throughout the building.

What ongoing senior care training does the staff receive?

On-line and instructor-led courses throughout the year. Updated compliance training is also included.

What safety features or security measures does Brookdale Champion Oaks provide to protect residents who wander?

This is not a secured community and would not be appropriate for a resident that wanders.

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Services and Amenities of Brookdale Champion Oaks

Room and housing options

  • Companion Suites: We Offer Companion Suites
  • Studio Apartments
  • Housing Extra: 47 Apartments

Dining options

  • Dining Room Shared Meals


  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Party Space
  • Hiking Trails
  • Tv Room
  • Garden And Patio
  • Features Extra: Courtyard, Gazebo, Library, Billiards Table, Therapy Room, Game Room, Landscaped Grounds


  • Offsite Activities
  • Games
  • Religious Services
  • Lectures Discussions
  • Wii Sports
  • Cooking
  • Arts And Crafts
  • Activities Extra: Educational Programs


  • English


  • Minimum Age: 65
  • Pets: Yes

Types of care

  • Meal Preparation


  • State Licenses: 000678
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About Brookdale Champion Oaks

We offer a home like setting and cheerful smiles from our professional staff who greet you every day. Our caring staff offers the assistance you need while respecting your independence.

Our peaceful setting, restaurant style dining experience, activities and beautiful setting combine to create a wonderful living environment everyday. Our genuine caring staff, home style meals, daily activities add to our residents' experience.

Through special events, activities, clubs and ongoing cultural enrichment programs, we offer unlimited opportunities for you to get to know other residents and us. Call to set up an appointment for a tour because we delight in showing you our home.

Amenities and Services
  • Daily assistance with bathing and dressing
  • Medication management
  • Dining assistance and special diets
  • Assistance with reminders and redirection
  • Escorts and assistance with walking
  • Emergency response call system
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry and linen service

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