- Ashwood Retirements And Assisted Living
12151 Hunters Chase dr, Austin, TX, 78729
Community InformationAshwood Retirements And Assisted Living is an assisted living facility in Austin, TX. Ashwood Retirements And Assisted Living offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers.
Being able to chat with other residents becomes an important part of many peoples' lives and Ashwood Retirements And Assisted Living offers common spaces indoors to support that need. The benefit of living in an assisted living community is that making meals can be costly and time consuming process so Ashwood Retirements And Assisted Living provides meals for residents.
Staff is awake and available 24 hours a day so if any emergencies occur no matter the time, there will be someone ready to help. Making sure residents with diabetes monitor their insulin levels is clearly an important task and Ashwood Retirements And Assisted Living can help with that task. If a resident needs assistance moving from a bed to a wheelchair, this facility has staff who can help.
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Average Room Pricing at Ashwood Retirements And Assisted Living
Room Type Assisted Living Studio 1 Bedroom Semi-Private 2 BedroomsDisclaimer: The prices, amenities, features and care offered at senior communities are all subject to change; therefore information on this community profile may be out of date. Please note the costs per community are rough estimates; actual costs may vary depending on special offers and discounts, additional fees for services and care, and availability.
Estimated Fees at Ashwood Retirements And Assisted Living
Fee Type Assisted Living Community Fee Respite Fee Buy-In Fee High Care Needs Fee Medium Care Needs Fee Low Care Needs Fee 2nd Person FeeDisclaimer: The prices, amenities, features and care offered at senior communities are all subject to change; therefore information on this community profile may be out of date. Please note the costs per community are rough estimates; actual costs may vary depending on special offers and discounts, additional fees for services and care, and availability.
Paying for careCommercial InsurancePrivate paySocial SecuritySeparate pricing structure for careVeteran's benefits
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Our tour experiencereviewed on: 10/07/2021 by anonymous
Our family had an in person experience and we can't remember anything that stood out to us in a negative way. The community was clean but the price was a little to high. However, the negative we did have was not with the community but with the sales team, they were extremely pushy and way to aggressive which was a big turn off.
More Problems, Than Positivesreviewed on: 02/23/2021 by Anonymous
The community didn't live up to their promises. My loved one's little apartment was unclean, with wrong refrigerator, and broken blinds; they had more than a month's notice prior to my loved one moving in. There has been a lot of turnover. There's a mix-up with medication and it is never their fault. My loved one says the staff are lazy, yells at them, and is rude to them. The food hasn't been anything like promised, and is cold. I get different stories from the staff and my loved one. They are the only place that had to evacuate during the recent storms. The evacuation was to a church and they don't have showers at the church. My loved one wants to stay at their church, as the volunteers have been so nice to them. I will be looking for a new community for my loved one. I would not recommend this community due to my recent experience.
I highly recommend the Heritage at Hunters Chasereviewed on: 06/21/2020 by Richard Gibson
We are very happy with the Heritage at Hunters Chase. My father has lived there for more than a year and has had a great experience. His first assisted living facility was a good place but it was too far away from central Austin and unnecessarily expensive. I really like the location of the Heritage at Hunters Chase. The staff at Hunter’s Chase have been great. They are very kind and helpful. My Dad is mobility impaired and requires help with bathing and they have done a great job. My father underwent a physically challenging medical operation last summer. The Heritage helped him through this transition and now he is handling his own care with his new condition. They are doing the best that they can regarding the spread of the corona virus and that is critically important. Dad used to say at his first assisted living facility that the women ran the place. He may not have participated in some of the activities as a result of his feeling. I guess men can feel a little in the minority at places like this, but he does not have that feeling anymore at the Heritage.
Stellar Service for the Average Seniorreviewed on: 09/21/2021 by C C
This is a very good community, but if your loved one has diabetic needs you will need to insist on the care they need. The community is able to accommodate special dietary restrictions. There is sometimes a breakdown in communication between the staff and the family.
Good Place... I'd recommend it easilyreviewed on: 11/15/2018 by MaxR
It took most of my late mother's last months to educate ourselves on Heritage's limitations after getting so much sunshine blown up our skirts. Once Mom had died, we left wondering why we didn't learn all those important facts about Care, Legal Limits, etc, long before those last 8 or 10 weeks of her life. Staff & Leadership seemed content to spew acronyms and vague legal precedents to us as reasons for their demands or not-doings. These are still problematic, months later, only because their solution to OUR problems seem like easy but complete conversation. Other than that nagging issue, the director of their Memory Care unit remains an outstanding worker in our opinion, who seemed to continuously give so much of her energies and creativity into the care for everyone in her charge. Her staff probably could not live up to that high standard, by the way, but they were more-than-adequate.