Nestled in a quiet suburb outside of Houston and graced with stately white columns and expansive porches, Atria Cypresswood is a vibrant senior living community offering all the comforts of home with just the right amount of discreet assistance provided by a dedicated, 24-hour staff.
Chef-prepared meals, engaging events and the good company of interesting neighbors are all part of everyday life here. And because we are smaller than other communities in the area, our residents enjoy more personalized, attentive service and support.
Innovative Memory Care for Texas Seniors
In addition to independent living and assisted living services, we are also proud to offer innovative care for Texas seniors dealing with the challenges of dementia. Our welcoming Life Guidance® memory care neighborhood provides an intimate, structured setting where residents receive more personalized care and attention from specially trained staff.
Private dining room available for special occasions
Outdoor dining space
Resident garden space
Community laundry service
Town car service
Scheduled transportation to local appointments, errands and events
Wi-Fi in common areas
On-site parking for residents and guests
Full-service salon and spa offering styling, manicure and pedicure services
Physical therapy room
Emergency alert pendant or wristband
Nurses on call 24/7
Routine health assessments
Selection of floor plans
Kitchen or kitchenette
Emergency alert system
Individual thermostat control
Cable or satellite TV
Housekeeping and linen services
Maintenance of apartment, community and grounds
A Message from Our Executive Director Todd Werthman
Life at our community is tailored to the interests and desires of our residents. Here, seniors can live comfortably while taking advantage of opportunities they may not have had while staying at home alone. We take care of the cooking; we take care of the cleaning; we take care of the driving - that way, our residents can focus on doing what they love and choosing what they want to explore next. Welcome to a lifestyle that's full of possibilities. Welcome home.
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Active community, responsive staff
I looked at several places before selecting Atria Cypresswood for my parents. The "feel" of the facility is welcoming from the moment you walk in and the staff is friendly...
I looked at several places before selecting Atria Cypresswood for my parents. The "feel" of the facility is welcoming from the moment you walk in and the staff is friendly and caring. One of the most important reasons I selected Atria Cypresswood was that anytime I visited, there were residents out and about socializing and actively participating in the planned activities of the community. This was not the case in other facilities I visited. There is ALWAYS something planned and going on there! Thanks, Kelly! My parents have adjusted well and have made friends within the community. I have also observed that the staff makes an effort to encourage and include the residents in the activities. The staff (care givers, dining room staff, maintenance, as well as department heads) all do their best to address the questions and concerns that the residents and their families have in a timely manner.
- C. Edwards, Family MemberExcellent care
My Mom, Pat Gleason, is in the Life Guidance Center, and I am grateful to have such a competent and caring staff looking out for her. I just want...
My Mom, Pat Gleason, is in the Life Guidance Center, and I am grateful to have such a competent and caring staff looking out for her. I just want to thank Seneca, the director, and all of the staff to include: Joyce, Evonne, Graciella, Massa and all of the other people who care for my Mom (I'm sorry that I don't know everyone's name that helps, but everyone is wonderful). I also want to thank Kelly and Pat--the activities directors in the front. They were both instrumental in helping my Mom while she was still living upstairs. We are blessed to have such a fine staff helping her, and it is comforting to know that she is in good hands. I like the fact that everyone seems to truly care, and I feel that she is safe and comfortable. Kudos also to the kitchen/dining staff -- Chef Justin, Luwunder, Diana and everyone-- for the good food and also for the fact that they still go out of their way to say Hi to my Mom. Thank you also to Krystal, the resident nurse, who watches out for my Mom. We are grateful to you all for the warm, loving environment.Sincerely, Karen Binford
- Karen Binford, Family MemberWith gratitude
As the daughter of Mary Margaret Listenberger, a resident of your Life Guidance neighborhood at Atria Cypresswood, I want to express my sincere appreciation for the care she is receiving.Mother...
As the daughter of Mary Margaret Listenberger, a resident of your Life Guidance neighborhood at Atria Cypresswood, I want to express my sincere appreciation for the care she is receiving.Mother has been in Life Guidance for five months, and she has received exceptional care, from the time she entered to the present. Mother has Lewy Body Disease, a disease related to Alzheimer’s, and she is also a flight risk. When I brought this condition to the attention of the director of Life Guidance, Seneca, she immediately started researching the disease, accepted the booklet Mother’s doctor gave me about it, and prepared to provide professional development for the care associates. She understood, in a way that Mother’s previous residence did not, that Mom’s condition was not life-threatening and the associates did not need to call me immediately to take her to an emergency room. I have been able to relax more and know that she is getting the informed and quality care she needs in the hands of staff who know what they are doing.One evening, however, Mother was able to call me, and she told me she needed me to go help her. It was close to 10:00, so I called the Manager on Duty, Dina Keimig. She told me how to get in, and a few minutes after I had arrived, Dina was there to help also. She wanted to talk to Mother because she explained that sometimes individuals who were not part of the family had more influence with the resident than the family. She talked to Mom, and she was able to calm her down and to accept her suggestion to get into her pajamas and get ready for bed. Her gentle and kind approach helped Mother feel better and relax. At that point, Dina allowed the care associate to take over and work with Mom. Mother has also been cared for in other ways. In her first residence, meals were regimented and served on a specific schedule. Although I tried to plan Mom’s doctors’ appointments at a time that did not coincide with meals, that was not always possible. I would have to be sure to have snacks and take her to have the meal she missed before taking her back to her residence. On the other hand, the staff members at Atria at Cypresswood accommodate their residents, providing meals when needed in addition to having scheduled meal times. When the care associates in Life Guidance know Mom will be out for any reason, they make sure that she has a meal so she will not be hungry or so that her blood sugar will not drop. The way the managerial staff works together not only helps the residents, but it also helps the family members as well. Without their care and attention to Mother and without their understanding of how to help her when she has an episode that makes her somewhat difficult to work with, I would be much more worried about her well being. The customer service that the managers provide to the family members as well as to the residents makes Atria the perfect place for my mother to be. I feel confident that Mother is receiving the best care available.