One of the first things I noticed about this business was the level of detail and attention to make the building handicap-accessible. Even the bathrooms were designed to be accessible with doors wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs and grab bars in the stalls. You could tell they really made an effort to accommodate people with all different needs. I was so impressed with the progress I was able to make after visiting them. All my questions were answered, and I feel a lot more confident and hopeful about the future. This provider has so much helpful information available online. They have an impressive website that's easy to use, with forms that you can fill out before your appointment. They also have a great online presence in multiple directories.
My mother-in-law has lived in this facility for a year and a half and the staff and the care are excellent. The nursing home/rehab facility is modest but immaculate. The small size (60 beds) ensures that staff know each patient and their families. The auxiliary and the community volunteer time, entertainment, manicures, therapy dogs, among other things, to the residents. The residents also do mental and physical exercises, guided by staff, play Bingo, watch movies, have cookouts and other special events. The main living area is decorated for each holiday. Staff keeps family informed for approval for medication changes and any other issues. Staff meets with family once each quarter, and is available for questions in person or by phone any time. My mother-in-law has dementia and other health issues, but she is very happy living at Hill Country Care.
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