THE SENSIBLE SOLUTION TO AGING.
Senior independent living communities that keep you close to good friends and give you the time to enjoy their company have a gazillion advantages. One prominent blessing is the welcomed distraction from any tendency to navel-gaze on bad things that might happen in the future. Nope, this is independent living in Texas, where multidimensional wellness is the practice, and where positive people live longer.
INDEPENDENT LIVING, DEFINED
Consider your life at the big old homestead, but redefine the homestead to be, say, a beautiful 2-bedroom apartment with a balcony. Instead of a 20-minute drive to church, it’s a 5-minute walk to the chapel. Replace a 30-minute drive to your best friend’s house with a 2-minute walk down the hall, passing the apartment doors of a dozen new friends. Replace hours of housekeeping, laundry, yardwork and even meal prep, if you like, with services here that help make life carefree. And don’t even think about being bored, as this senior lifestyle includes events, mingles, parties, lectures, films, classes and dozens of other ways to make life a delight – which includes an overall theme of wellness and wellness-focused activity woven throughout daily life. Any questions?
MRC INDEPENDENT LIVING COMMUNITIES
The Atrium Apartments and Woods Edge Patio Homes in Texarkana, Texas
Arbor Oaks at Crestview, a Life Care community in Bryan, Texas
Pinecrest Healthy Living Community in Lufkin, Texas
Stevenson Oaks, coming soon to Fort Worth
The newest in senior living, offering fine senior residences and an Old West flair.
Woodland Creek at The Crossings, a Life Care community in League City, Texas
The Langford in College Station, Texas
More choices! Our 5 HUD-subsidized senior living communities offer surprising affordability.
LIFE CARE AT MRC
Knowing you’re financially prepared for the medical help you might need someday is important – and it’s why Life Care was created. Every CCRC offers a continuum of services with discounts on care, and at a CCRC with Life Care, the costs of long-term care are managed and predictable. The benefit of Life Care is that — except for annual increases in monthly fees charged to all community residents — those who opt for Life Care know they can count on high-quality care, all available on the same community campus, at predictable rates for the rest of their lives. Those who have Life Care pay far less than open market rates for assisted living, skilled nursing, memory support and rehabilitation.
MRC currently has 2 Life Care communities: Crestview in Bryan and The Crossings in League City.
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