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Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood

6327 Cypresswood Dr, Spring, TX 77379

(855) 798-2040

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4

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Offers Memory Care

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Costs for Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood in Spring, Texas

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$4,400

Starting Price

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Reviews of Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood in Spring, Texas

4

(12 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.3

  • Staff

    4.3

  • Food

    4.7

  • Activities

    4.5

  • Value

    5.0

Jan

2

February 25, 2024

I visited this facility

I visited Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood. The staff there did not appear to be very professional. Also, it's like you have to use their meds or their geriatric services and I'm just not sure that my mom's insurance and everything she has would work with that. I don't think that would be a place where my mom would be happy. The staff is very friendly and nice. They just don't seem to be very professional. It just didn't feel good to me. I just didn't have a good, homey feeling about it.

Sandy

5

January 19, 2023

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

My mom moved into Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood 3 weeks ago. It's a wonderful place. One thing I noticed about it that was different is the way it's built. It's in a circular or oval pattern. The courtyard is in the middle and it's surrounded by windows that faces the hallway into the building, so you can see everybody when they're in the courtyard. There are so many windows. Almost no matter where you are, you can see the residents because they don't believe in chemical or physical restraint. This way, the residents have freedom and they can always see them. You can wander around the whole building pretty much, so we see everything. If you spend the day with her, you're in the TV room, you're in the game room, you walk by the art rooms and everything's got windows. You see the whole courtyard, and on the other side are windows to openings to every room. So you can see them all. Even the dining rooms have windows, so everything's so visible. There's no bad smell. It looked as clean as could be. They do all their laundry and everything is pretty much included. They have the doctor on site. You can choose to stay with your own doctors or use the doctor on-site. They have a podiatrist come in every three months. They have showers. They have this sit tub where you can go in your wheelchair. Visiting hours are 24 hours a day. You can visit them any time you want. If you have a private room, you can even put a fold-out bed so you can stay there with them if you want to sometimes. You can eat with your relatives there or you can go into the private dining room and have just a family experience. I've eaten there, and it was pretty good. I had breakfast for dinner one time. We had ham and corn and there was a salad. They serve juice, milk, and water and they refill them if you want more. The ham was really good. And they always have a little dessert for them. The people there are wonderful. They helped us with getting her hospice. They do everything wonderfully. The staff is warm and informative. You see them interact with the residents. You can get a keycard to get into the building and they have security. It's a locked-down building, of course, and then they'll give you a key to your relative's room to help you out. But they'll let you in any time. They're way cheaper than everybody else, but they're better. They've got a lot of activities that we enjoyed. They have a huge living room with a fireplace and all the residents are sitting around playing ball together. They take them on field trips, too. I know my mother has done some cooking. There are art projects to do if they can. I've seen them in their group activities doing bowling and playing golf. They seem to enjoy it.

Bill

5

December 11, 2022

I visited this facility

I toured Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood. I met almost all the staff. The marketing person took me around and showed me a variety of rooms. There's a bunch of facilities there. I also met the chef who does the meals. It was a very extensive tour. I was impressed with the security. All the doors that lead to the outside are locked and require a code to enter and exit, so someone who has a memory issue and wanders off is not going to get out of the facility. They have a lot of outdoor facilities like a patio that is large and can accommodate several of their clients. When I got there, I was sitting in the library and there was a person who was conducting a game in the den area with a small group of patients there. Once a week they have an activity for the families to discuss concerns among themselves. They have a lot of activities. The staff were very competent and caring.

Barbara

5

September 23, 2022

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

My husband is at Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood and I am very pleased with them. The community is very homey. The staff all seem to be very helpful and caring individuals. The rooms are clean. The staff comes in and cleans them regularly. The meals are well prepared by a chef. I've eaten there and the food was quite good. There's also a relatively large area outside with two or three picnic tables and chairs. So, it's a very good value for the money.

Judy

4

September 13, 2022

I visited this facility

Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood needed a lot of upkeep on the outside, but the people we met were very friendly. The rooms were OK. They had different sizes, so you could pick if you wanted a small room, a medium room, or a large room. There wasn't much storage. They have activity areas, TV areas, and places they could do some of the tactile skills. They have a kitchen, where they could go and help cooking. I saw the dining area, but I was not offered any food. The dining area looked small. It wasn't large, and it was just a plain dining room. They had an outdoor area, and it looked nice. I saw the residents doing a game around a table.

Nancy

5

April 2, 2022

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

The people at Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood are very attentive. Shannon was absolutely amazing! He contacted me quickly and explained how their facility runs. Since moving my mother-in-law in, she has been happier than I have seen her in the past 6 years. Memory loss can be very hard, byt they definitely can help. The pricing was well below the other facilities in our area. I feel like the care that she is receiving is way more valued than the price I'm paying. What I liked the best about them is that she has a spacious private room and the routine that they have for the residents. They keep them busy all day, and they truly know each of their names. It is one-story, so it's a smaller facility (which is important to me.) All of the employees have highly impressed me, whether it'd be the day staff or the night time staff. I would highly suggest if you're looking for a place for your parents to go (who are dealing with memory loss), to check out this wonderful facility.

labump

5

August 23, 2017

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

My mother-in-law is currently a resident at Autumn Leaves. The first month was an adjustment for her as she was used to having a companion. The staff has been overly accommodating in making her feel comfortable. They have gone over and beyond in taking great care of her and we are most appreciative!

GSDACR

4

March 23, 2017

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

My mom is a resident of this community. She has been well taken care of the years she has been a resident. I vary my visits to different days of the week and different times of the day and mom is always clean. Have lots of activities to involve them and have celebrations for holidays and birthdays. Family is encouraged to be a part of the community. Staff is very caring and responsive to questions or any concerns.

SW

4

November 30, 2015

I visited this facility

We went as a family to Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood. Our visit was a positive one. The staff was good and nice. The room was adequate. It was not spacious, but it was not small. They activities like entertainment. They had media room. They had a lot of social outings. They had crafts. They had a large amount of things. They had a patio, and it was nice. They could improve on the price, but I thought they were running a pretty thing over there.

Sad and disappointed

2

October 3, 2015

I am a friend or relative of resident

Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood is an attractive, clean facility. Unfortunately while he was there, my 90-year-old invalid husband did not receive the personal care and grooming that was promised. In addition, each time he was visited, new cuts, bruises and abrasions were discovered on his arms. Upon inquiry, I was told that they occurred while he was being transferred from his wheelchair. Because he was placed too close to the edge of the bed, one night he rolled out and skinned his knees. Unfortunately because they were kept tightly bandaged for too long, his abrasions only worsened over time. This facility was not a good fit for my husband, and I withdrew him after one month because I was concerned for his welfare.

Alex the Great

4

September 24, 2014

I am a friend or relative of resident

The care has improved drastically since the arrival of the new ED and DHC. They both genuinely care and have employed a staff that follows their beliefs. While there has always been a nurse on the premises, there is now nursing in the building. The DHC brings vast experience and a personal knowledge and experience of dementia to the the table. They continue to strive for excellence and have found their footing after a tough past year of rocky leadership. The genuine care and adoration of the staff toward the residents is apparent.

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3

June 27, 2014

I visited this facility

I visited Autumn Leaves. It is about 4 blocks from my house. We just went to see if we wanted to keep my husband there. The building looked fine. It's a memory care building. They have nothing else, and I thought that my husband would be a little confused because it was pretty large and they had the option of going all around the building. I didn't like the shared rooms the way they were. I detected an odor that I didn't like, and also the person who was going to share the room with my husband was very rude. I think that that was his way of keeping his room private. My opinion was that I didn't like it. They have exercises that they can participate in, and they were singing when I left there the last time.

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Costs for Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood in Spring, Texas

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$4,400

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood in Spring, Texas

Costs

  • All Inclusive Rent
  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: We offer a month-to-month rental

Room and housing options

  • Companion Suites: We offer companion suites
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • Dining Room Shared Meals

About Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood in Spring, Texas

For the best memory care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia in the Houston, area, consider Autumn Leaves® of Cypresswood assisted living memory care community in Spring, Texas. We focus exclusively on memory care, providing care that’s based on the most up-to-date research, for our residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

Since 2000, Autumn Leaves assisted living communities have been family-owned and –operated. Caring for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia is our family’s passion. That’s why our assisted living communities have been recognized as the “best of the best” providers in dementia care by Argentum, the nation’s leading senior living professional organization.

Every moment matters at Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood assisted living community. With our life engagement programming, we learn about each resident’s interests, history, and preferences, and design personalized experiences that promote cognition, calm, and moments of joy.

Every employee at every Autumn Leaves assisted living community is trained in dementia care, because caring for those with dementia is the core of our business. This includes both the team who works with our residents every day, as well as the corporate office staff.

The culinary staff at Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood is also trained specifically to recognize the needs of the individuals in our care. Each resident’s meals are personalized according to his or her preferences. Special occasions and festive experiences also play a part in the dining experience. As a family member of a resident, you’ll be invited to attend these special occasions.

At Autumn Leaves of Cypresswood, you’ll notice the abundant natural light, wide hallways, a secure courtyard, and many other features, all carefully designed to help create an environment that’s safe and soothing for our residents.

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