Bryan, TX (PRWEB) June 28, 2012
Located on 25 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds surrounded by nature, Crestview Retirement Community, at 2505 E. Villa Maria Road in Bryan, has been serving the needs of seniors in the Brazos Valley since 1964. This campus began a complete re-build in 2011, with Phase One now open, consisting of assisted living apartment homes along with a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center; plus a specialty memory support center designed specifically for those with Alzheimer’s and memory loss. With the completion of Phase Two, Arbor Oaks Independent Living Apartment Homes, the campus will be transformed into a state-of-the-art Life Care community.
“The community offers an inspired lifestyle that is maintenance-free and amenity-filled, and we are honored that Eagle readers have chosen us above all others,” said Matthew Currie, Executive Director.
“As part of the Methodist Retirement Community family, we are dedicated to providing high quality care and a truly enjoyable lifestyle in a Christian environment,” said Eva Hutton, Community Outreach Coordinator. “Our focus is on the holistic well being of each individual. We seek to make a positive difference in each person’s life, encouraging each to live life to their fullest desires in a setting that best meets the residents’ needs. This includes a chaplain to attend to the spiritual as well as the emotional needs and concerns of our residents. Providing spiritual support is a vital aspect of creating a resident-centered community.”
Quality staffing, as well as quality services, programs and care, are always top priorities at Crestview and all MRC communities, which are routinely recognized with nursing and program awards from LeadingAge Texas, the state association for not-for-profit retirement communities. Crestview has been particularly honored for its award-winning Crestview Volunteers, its Garden Club program, 2012 Nurse of the Year and consecutive year awards in dining services.
These ratings and awards reflect a quality management, administration and long-term staff that are committed to maintaining the best of care and services for seniors. They are a clear indication of what can be achieved when staff, residents, volunteers and families work together to offer the full continuum of services, care and housing in a dignified Christian setting.
Maintenance-free independent living as well as the full continuum of care can be found on the Crestview campus. And with Life Care, residents have the security of knowing a plan is in place for the future while they enjoy a lovely setting and many opportunities to engage in life the way they prefer.
For more information on the many lifestyle options available at Crestview Retirement Community, contact Eva Hutton at 979-776-4778, or visit Crestview at http://www.crestviewrc.org. To learn more about the newest independent living option, Arbor Oaks at Crestview, visit http://www.arboroaksatcrestview.com, or call Nicki Slanker at 979-774-9938.