Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care

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354 Matlock, Mansfield, TX 76063
Call (800) 385-2527
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May 26, 2017

By karen624234

I visited this facility

We saw Cedar Bluff, and we liked the overall location. The issue was that they do not accept my sister’s insurance or her Medicaid. The staff was very professional.

February 11, 2017

By Jen376717

I visited this facility

Cedar Bluff was very nice, very well maintained and had very nice rooms and friendly staff. There wasn't much land; they were kind of in a parking lot. There was a courtyard with a green area. The building was kept up and quite nice. Some of the rooms, although nice, were still very small and made for two people. It would need to be two people who are very much in love with each other because there was really no way to get away from each other in the very small living space; smaller than what my parents could tolerate.

August 22, 2016

By Thomas704800

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Cedar Buff is by far the nicest place that we visited. It is not the cheapest one, but they are the nicest one. This is a brand-new facility. The room and staff are really good. My mother is kept busy all day long. The staff has them playing games and takes them out for a ride around the community. They do things and have a hair stylist that comes once a week to do their hair. The food is good, and she likes the it. They have therapy that comes in. She was in a wheelchair when she got there two months ago, and now she’s already walking with a walker and getting around. It has been a really good experience for her, and I am just proud that she is doing so well.

July 10, 2016

By Christie222840

I visited this facility

Cedar Bluff Assisted Living was very nice. All the people were very helpful; they took me all around and showed me everything. I got to talk to some of the residents and it was a good tour. I felt like I received a lot of good information from them.

March 01, 2016

By Karen B4

I visited this facility

We really liked Cedar Bluff. Our visit was very informative and very thorough. We were very impressed with it. It's brand new and my parents would be getting in on the ground floor. It has memory care and assisted living and they are going to have a one-bedroom apartment that's around 600 square feet. They are going to have a craft area. Right now, they only have three patients because they're still doing the final stages of being approved by the State, but they have a full-time chef that serves the meals. They provide housekeeping and laundry services once a week, which are all included in the price. They have ala carte where you only pay for the services that you need and it goes by point system. They also have transportation. It's a good setup. They have a beauty shop and a gardening club. They're going to have a woodworking shop, a gardening shop for people who wants to garden, and hobby areas to help them continue on to stay active and busy. If I was at a point where I needed to go in some place, that would be where I would go. The halls are wider, whiter color, and felt more uplifting. They even offered a seminar on things that we need to ask when we're moving mom and dad. They were helpful.
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Questions about Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care

What ongoing training does the staff receive in dementia care?

Our Memory Care community is designed to empower residents to make their own living choices. Our approach is to educate families on new and productive patterns of communication with their loved one who is living with memory loss. Our entire team is NIDE (National Institute of Dementia Education) certified or scheduled to be trained. That includes everyone from the chefs and housekeepers to the concierge and nurses. This allows us to interact with our residents as unique people rather than objects in need of care.

Describe the overall population of assisted living residents at Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care. What is their average age? What are their favorite things to do?

When most people see gray hair, they see frailty and disability with low speeds and high needs. At Thrive, we see wisdom. We see laughter. We see ability. We see growth. We see potential. We see opportunity. These divergent views from tradition have created a community filled with older adults living purposeful, engaged lives. Because it’s about seizing the day, every day. It’s about finding a passion that percolates you so much that you can’t wait to get out of bed each morning to get started. At Thrive, residents engage in events and activities (whether it’s having coffee in the library or dancing) they’ve always loved, along with new friends they’ve made who love them as much as they do.

What programs or activities does Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care offer to enrich residents' well-being?

At Thrive, residents engage in events and activities they’ve always loved, along with new friends they’ve made who love them as much as they do. We’ve dedicated our lives to ensure there is purpose in every breath of each resident we’re honored to serve. We understand that older adults and their loved ones depend on us not only to live, but to live well. It’s a challenge we welcome everyday. We have physical and mental exercise daily. Thrive has celebrations of birthdays and holiday parties along with events for family participation. We provide live entertainment and many outings, including shopping and restaurants. You also find our residents participating in church services and resident-led devotionals. Resident Council also meets once a month for feedback from the residents and a monthly Food Forum for feedback on their dining experiences

What places are near Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care or within walking distance for assisted living residents to enjoy?

Cedar Bluff is conveniently located near a shopping center. Residents and families can easily walk to a variety of restaurants located a short distance from our front door, such as, Rosa’s Tortilla Factory, Hideout Burger, Wing Stop, and the Back Porch.

What transportation services does Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care offer to assisted living residents?

At Thrive, we’ve dedicated our lives to ensure there is purpose in every breath of each resident we’re honored to serve. Which means life extends beyond our community’s walls. Our residents enjoy free transportation throughout the week. Every Tuesday and Thursday we provide drop off and pick up transportation to and from doctors appointments. We also offer a weekly outing to the grocery store. At Thrive we have various additional outings throughout the month such as women’s lunch club, men’s lunch club, monthly dinner outings, visiting local shopping centers, and the Mansfield Public Library.

What makes the chef or dining program at Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care exceptional? What kind of menu can assisted living residents expect?

We offer three (3) chef-prepared meals daily/gourmet dining experience. Our meals can be customized to dietary preferences and restrictions. “At mealtimes, residents gather around the table and enjoy cuisine that can only be described in one word. Mmm.”

What safety features or security measures does Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care offer to assisted living residents?

Safety is so important. We educate and train our team members, residents, and guests to first think of how to live their best life. At Thrive we work together to support people in making choices that move them closer to feeling the joys of life. We call this process of decision making SafetyThird. It’s a unique model that focused on the human experience.

How does Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care keep residents' families informed about their loved ones?

Navigating the senior living world can be tough. There are no classes to teach you, no road maps to follow. Fortunately, you have us. Our goal is to make you smarter about the options you have available, based upon your loved ones needs and what’s going on after they move in. We have a monthly activities calendar that is printed and given to every resident to share with families about what is going on here in the community. We leave additional copies at the front desk for families and visitors to take with them. We love when our families join us for the fun events and games we host daily.

What is the care staff-to-resident ratio at Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care during daytime and nighttime hours?

We’ve spent the last few years carefully selecting team members who share our vision: a future society that will stand in awe and admiration of all older adults. People who see their mission as more than just a caretaker, but as a difference maker in the lives of those who live with us. We prefer not to look at our caregivers and medication aids as staff. Actually, when we hear that word we immediately think ‘staph infection.’ We prefer to refer to them as our "Experience Team." This is because they oversee the experience that your loved one will be having in our community. In our assisted living neighborhood our experience team to resident ratio is 1 to 10 during the day and 1 to 12 in the evening.

If Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care accepts dogs or cats, what indoor/outdoor areas can they enjoy?

Our attention to detail extends to our sense of space and we take great pride in our thoughtful, intentional design. So much so, that we not only have we created beautiful, purposefully-designed environments for you, but we have welcoming spaces for your pets, aka fur-babies, too. Although we do not allow furry friends to live here in the community we love when families and friends bring in their furry friends to spend time with our residents. Families are welcome to bring their furry friends to the resident’s room, courtyards, and dog park area.

What ongoing senior care training does the staff receive?

We don’t focus on giving great care. The focus is too low of a bar to shoot for. We focus on building meaningful relationships with our residents. We have found great care to be a by-product of great relationships. Many of our key leaders bring valuable experience to our industry from other fields. Our leaders believe that if we love our team well, they will, in turn, love our residents well. We have systems in place that assure residents are both free to explore their environment and maintain the dignity they deserve. We use both technology and team member observation to assure residents this freedom while keeping them protected.

How many staffers are on duty in the daytime and overnight?

We believe that the highest standards will provide residents and family with worry-free confidence in the overall resident experience. Knowing the needed help and team members are available when scheduled or requested needs arise is part of the overall “experience.” Staffing requirements vary by state licensing requirements and other considerations, such as the size of the community and services offered. We prefer not to look at our caregivers and medication aids as staff. When we hear that word we immediately think ‘staph infection.’ When prefer to refer to them as our "Experience Team." This is because they oversee the experience that your loved one will be having in our community. In our memory care neighborhood, we have 1 to 6 experience team members in the day time and 1 to 8 in the evening.

What safety features or security measures does Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care provide to protect residents who wander?

Our attention to detail extends to wandering residents as well. These residents are generally provided with greater supervision and security and we have team members and other caregivers that are accustomed to the impulsivity and reduced safety awareness that people with changing cognitive abilities may exhibit. The team members are trained to respectfully and humanely redirect the resident to the appropriate activity or location.

What programs or activities does Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care offer to keep residents engaged? How does the staff engage residents' long-term memories?

Senior living doesn’t have to be sedentary. It should be full of activities and interactions that enrich, stimulate, and inspire older adults, with team members cheering them on every step of the way. That’s Thrive

Who assesses residents' health and cognitive functioning? How often is that assessment repeated?

Residents health and cognitive functioning are evaluated prior to move in and periodically based on resident need, physician orders, and regulatory requirements. At a minimum, these assessments may be done quarterly and when changes in resident condition necessitate an evaluation.

What techniques does Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care use to support memory care residents during mealtimes?

The resident receives three (3) chef-prepared meals daily/gourmet dining experience. Meals can be customized to dietary preferences and restrictions. “At mealtimes, residents gather around the table and enjoy cuisine that can only be described in one word. Mmm.” Meals on the go in MC is important, for some, movement and eating go together. That is why we have hand held foods readily avail.

How does Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care keep residents' families informed about their loved ones' health?

Navigating the senior living world can be tough. There are no classes to teach you, no road maps to follow. Fortunately, you have us. Our goal is to make you smarter about the options you have available, based upon your loved one's needs and what’s going on after they move in.

Describe the neighborhood around Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care. Is it located in a residential neighborhood, a business district, a rural setting, or other type of locale?

Cedar Bluff is located in the Mansfield Medical District. You can find us on the corner of Matlock Road and Broad Street right behind Rosa’s Tortilla Factory. We are situated across the street from Mansfield Methodist Hospital.

Is Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care affiliated with a hospital if more care is needed?

Although we are not affiliated with any hospital we are conveniently located right across the street from Mansfield Methodist Hospital.

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Services and Amenities of Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care

Costs

  • All Inclusive Rent
  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: $1500 Community Fee
  • Assisted Living Starting At: $3450/month
  • Memory Care Starting At: $4600/month

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We Do Not Offer Companion Suites.
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • Dining Room Shared Meals

Features

  • Beauty Barber Shop
  • Resident Transportation
  • Garden And Patio

Cleaning services

  • Housekeeping

Activities

  • Fitness Room

Languages

  • English

General

  • Resident Capacity: 100

Licenses

  • State Licenses: 106384

About Cedar Bluff Assisted Living & Memory Care

At Thrive, we’ve dedicated our lives to ensure there is purpose in every breath of each resident we’re honored to serve. We understand that Elders and their loved ones depend on us not only to live, but to live well. It’s a challenge we welcome – every day.

We have two living options under one roof.

Assisted Living is ideal for residents who value their independence, but may need assistance with daily activities. Our community team members are raving fans of encouraging independence with assistance readily accessible at all times of day.

Memory Care is for our Elders who are living with some form of memory loss. Every member of the Cedar Bluff team is NIDE (National Institute for Dementia Education) certified. That includes everyone from the chefs and housekeepers to the concierge and nurses. The education allows us to interact with our memory care residents as unique individuals rather than objects in need of care. Residents are engaged with the goal of helping them recapture moments of memories and the recognition of loved ones.


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