Frisco, Texas - For family members dealing with a memory impairment, the need for alternative living plans can quickly become a frightening reality. Simple day-to-day living tasks and basic daily routine activities often become extremely complicated. These necessary tasks can even begin to create security issues around the home.
This need for specialized care and growing assistance can quickly become more than family members are able provide. It can be a frustrating and challenging process to choose the best assisted options that provide high-level memory care for loved ones. Residential care services at The Cottages provide the best solutions for the needs of families making these difficult decisions
During the many varying stages of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, memory focused, assisted living facilities provide supportive care for residents. The Cottages Texas-based centers are ideal for those who might need specific care aimed at more intensive support for Instrumental Daily Living Activities.
At The Cottages assisted living, residents enjoy safe independent living in smaller clusters of eight to 12 apartments and have staff available 24 hours a day to support them. This unique living arrangement is ideal for those who want to be as independent as possible but need some support in daily living.
As a comprehensive memory care package, The Cottages’ customized assisted living options encourage independence, while supporting safety and security for loved ones in a loving and enrichingenvironment that feels like home.
About The Cottages
The Cottages are dedicated to care for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders. The Cottage concept provides a home-like environment tailored to meet individual needs based on physical, mental and emotional needs. The Cottages offers all-inclusive pricing with no level of care charges and all care and services are included. The Cottages currently have locations in Frisco, Round Rock, League City and Amarillo, Texas. The Cottages has been operating in Texas since 1997 and is family owned and operated by The Cottages Senior Living.
Learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and The Cottages difference at www.alzcottages.com