My godmother lives in Landon Ridge Sugar Land Assisted Living & Memory Care. It's all on one big block and you can live in a building. The second floor is Alzheimer's care and my dad lived there before he passed away. The first floor is assisted living and you have small apartments there. She lives in their assisted living. She has her meals in the dining room, she goes play bingo, and she goes out and does crafts. I know she does things even though she's 95 years old. She has a one-bedroom, dining room, living room, and kitchen area. It's like a one-bedroom apartment, but it's an open apartment.
They come in and clean once or twice a week. They assist with her showers and things like that. It's kept very nice. She's not a picky eater. She enjoys the food that's there. She does not cook for herself. Sometimes her daughter comes over and brings food and they'll have a meal in the room, so they can visit longer and more casually by doing it like that. They have crafts, a reading room, worship services, and bible study. The staff is awesome.
It's a beautiful facility. It's so welcoming when you come in. When you walked in the door, you just feel like you just came home. You come into a library and everyone that works here stops and tells you, "Hello, how are you doing?" It's not phony. It's a truly sincere, "How are you doing? How are you?" and they're truly interested in how you are and who you are. If you are living there, they know your family. They recognize that you're somebody's daughter. They may say, "He's not having a good day today. It's a good thing you came because I think he's not just feeling up to par. He'll be glad to see you."
She's very happy there. She needed to be closer to some family members and she needed to have a little more assistance and help and this is a place that could give it to her, so that's what she did.