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Mustang Creek Estates Burleson

March 31, 2023  in Business Now Now Magazines by Now_Staff_2

Mustang Creek Estates Residential Assisted Living & Memory Care is ideal for individuals in search of a small, intimate setting for a loved one in the senior stages of his or her life. Reneé Ramsey, founder and CEO, stated, “I worked as a physical therapist, and I’ve been in the industry for years. I saw a need and desired to provide a high-quality, affordable assisted living option for families. While working in various locations, I observed residents who seemed to be swallowed up by the big resort assisted living facilities. Many residents would go into their rooms or apartments and never come out, which caused them to decline.

I reached out to John Roach, who has extensive business management experience in the senior living community. As we put our heads together, we created an idea of resolving this issue and became business partners. This was 18 years ago, and now this concept is in five cities: Burleson, Allen, Frisco, Keller and Sachse.

I desired that seniors receive a more hands-on, private experience. Many assisted living facilities are extremely expensive. However, we work hard to remain affordable and offer all-inclusive monthly pricing. Also, in an effort to make this an excellent experience, we employ outstanding individuals like Terry Acker.”

Terry has been the executive director of Mustang Creek Estates for 15 years. “I have a passion to work with seniors, and I enjoy seeing them content and happy,” Terry said. “In order to do this job, you must have a servant’s heart, and this is how I train the staff. We are an extended family, so we treat everyone with respect, which includes seniors, families and staff. This is how we remain consistent. These are ‘homes,’ not facilities. Our homes are in neighborhoods, so this gives a home-type of vibe. We have 14 to 16 residents in each home, which makes it manageable for staff, and residents don’t feel forgotten because of overwhelming numbers.”

“Mustang Creek Estates combines the peace of mind of a compassionate assisted living and memory care community with a personal touch.”

This assisted living home creates a family-style environment. Seniors don’t feel the pressure to get dressed up for every meal. Instead, they can remain casual, as they would in their own home, and enjoy dining around a family-style table. It’s home, so it is treated as such. The residents engage with each other, allowing them to continue enjoying life with the freedom to live as they like and the security of knowing help is there if they need it.

Mustang Creek Estates combines the peace of mind of a compassionate assisted living and memory care community with a personal touch. Each of the homes offers intimate 24-hour care. They provide seniors with services and amenities, which includes three home-cooked meals a day, snacks, private rooms with private bathrooms, ADA-designed rooms, semi-private rooms, transfer assistance, laundry and linen services, daily housekeeping, 24-hour staff, secure environment, emergency call system, ongoing social activities, outings, exercise opportunities, therapy, phone, cable, Wi-Fi, special assistance with bathing, a spa tub, showering, dressing, grooming and medication. Also, fee-based offerings are rendered, such as beauty and barber shop solutions, transportation and incontinence supplies. The staff at Mustang Creek Estates would love to assist you or your loved one in transitioning to a new home with new family awaiting.

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