Awarded Best Senior Living in Round Rock, TX
University Village Assisted Living & Memory Care has been awarded best Assisted Living. We have received our rewards from feedback that was shared by our families and friends.
We are very grateful for our relationships and honored for the recognition that has been given. We have a stable management family that has been together since opening our community in 2011.
We are locally owned and operated and know how important continuity is for you and your loved one. It is our pleasure to assure we build a positive and supportive relationship with all our families.
Our compassionate and caring staff help support our residents day to day needs. We are here to provide continuous support and love for our residents with Alzheimers, dementia and those who need physical assistance. Our residents, families and our staff are priority. You asked for a different approach to Assisted Living & Memory Care, We Listened. It can be different!
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We’ve earned the following awards from senioradvisor.com, which gives out awards based on ratings from the families of seniors:
2016 Best of Austin for Assisted Living
Senior Advisor 2016 Best of Assisted Living as rated by families
2017 Best of Austin for Assisted Living
Senior Advisor 2017 Best of Assisted Living as rated by families
To Caregivers for Melba Tupin,
I was in Comanche Saturday for a funeral and at lunch afterward, I was sitting at a table with a minister from the church my mother attended. He told me that his wife and adult daughter were in Round Rock a few weeks ago and visited my mother. They were very impressed with how well-groomed she was. They said she was clean, dressed nicely, wearing earrings and her hair was combed. I guess they weren't expecting that. They had reports on my mom's mental deterioration and knew she couldn't take care of herself. The minister emphasized how impressed they were with how well she was being taken care of!
So, I just wanted you to know and add my thanks for taking care of my mom.
Thanks for all of the many and sustained interventions you have made in support of my beloved wife Shirley and myself.
Thank you so much for the generous donation you made in Pete's name to the Alzheimer's Association.
No one ever wants to put their loved one in a facility until it becomes necessary. I'm so thankful that he was at U.V.M.C., where he was treated with care and dignity.
Thanks so much, Mary and Family