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Our goal is your goal. To locate housing that fits the needs of the senior citizen and to provide the housing within the price range and location requested.

Currently assisting with Alzheimer's Custodial Care housing in the Dallas Fort Worth area.

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View our current listing in the cities throughout the Dallas Fort Worth Area:


South Arlington
Flower Mound
Fort Worth

Semi Private $4175
Private $4375
Incontinence Fee $300
Companion Fee $2000
Will assist in working with VA benefits, LTC insurance accepted, and cross collaterizaion considered on real estate.

Full Service, All meals-home prepared cooking.

Specializings in care specifically for those with Alzheimer's or related dementias, but is happy to assist in these and other extenuating areas:

Dementias induced from temporary illness, surgery, or accident
Requiring assistance with balance, mobility and using canes, walkers, or wheelchairs
Incontinent, frail or needing assistance and supervision with activities of daily living
Visually or hearing impaired
Experiencing memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer's, confusion, wandering or depression
Our services are based on the resident requests, needs, pre-admission appraisal, and subsequent reappraisals.


Well balanced & nutritious meals three times a day as well as nourishment supplements & snacks
Special diets as prescribed by a doctor or by religious preference
Safe and clean living environments
Comfortable and tasteful furniture (bedroom furniture supplied by family member unless requested otherwise), fresh linens and towels
Daily cleaning, maintenance, and housecleaning services
Arrangement for in-house (or transportation to) medical and dental appointments
24-hour security and staff availability
Complete laundry of personal clothing
A spacious private or semi-private bedroom
Secured yard, covered decks, and garden areas
Warm, sunshine-filled sitting area
Customized security and fire protection systems
Private visitation areas
Chaperoned outings

These services include:


Assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, feeding, incontinence, walking, and activities of daily living
Continuous care by trained staff, supervision, and monitoring 24-hours a day, and observation for changes in physical, mental, emotional, and social functioning
Bedside care for temporary illnesses, recovery from surgery, or accidents
Continuous communication with family, physicians, and other appropriate persons or agencies regarding a resident's needs
Mental health care and counseling
Medication management including assistance with ordering, safe storage, and taking of prescribed & over-the-counter medications in accordance with physicianís instructions
Assistance obtaining necessary medical and dental needs
A planned social and recreational activities program including arrangement for utilization of available community and facility resources
Health promotion and exercise programs

What is AD (Alzheimerís Disease)

Ad is a progressive brain disorder that gradually destroys a personís memory and ability to learn, reason, make judgements, communicate and carry out daily activities. As AD progresses, individuals may also experience changes in personality and behavior, such as anxiety, suspiciousness or agitation, as well as delusions or hallucinations. Unfortunately scientists believe that whatever triggers AD begins to damage the brain years before symptoms appear. Once the symptoms begin to appear never cells that store and retrieve information have already begun to degenerate and die.

It is hard to diagnose Ad in the early stages. The best advice is to stay informed about the disease and check with your doctor if you have concerns for yourself or a loved one.

Alzheimerís Disease statistics

-In 2007 it is estimated that there are now more that 5 million people living with AD. in the United States.

-One out of eight people age 65 and older has AD and nearly one out of two over age 85 has it.

-Age is the greatest risk factor of AD.

-Ad is the seventh leading cause of death for people in the United States; and the fifth leading cause of death for thouse over age of 65.

- From 2000-2004, deaths from AD increased by 32.8 percent. Deaths from heart disease decreased by 8 percent, breast cancer deaths decreased by 2.6 percent, prostate cancer deaths decreased by 6.3 percent, and stroke deaths decreased by 10.4 percent.
Alzheimer's Custodial Care housing in the Dallas Fort Worth area.