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WHY BRAZOS TOWERS?
Do you offer Assisted Living?
The simple answer is, yes. At Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor, we’ve taken steps to be sure we can meet a wide variety of needs, giving our residents the comfort of knowing whatever the future holds they are in good hands at Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor.
Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing
What type of senior housing does Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor offer?
We offer 26 different floor plans to choose from for Independent Living ranging from 590 sq ft to 1870 sq ft. Beautiful hard surface floors, granite counter tops, and full-size kitchen appliances and washers and dryers are just some of the amenities you can expect to enjoy in our amazing senior apartments.
What are some tips when choosing senior living arrangements?
Don’t just make your choice by visiting a website. you really need to get out and visit the places you are considering. A stroll through the front door will tell you immediately if it’s a place you’d be proud to call ‘home’.
You see, looking for senior living is a lot like looking for a house. You’ll want to make a list of the things that are most important to you and focus on communities which have those things. This will help you narrow your search, and will give you more time to discover what you need to know about the communities that fit your criteria. Don’t be afraid to think beyond what you think a senior living facility might reasonably have. Some people don’t realize that Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor offers a bar, salon and massage room. Retirement living has been transformed as of late. Your grandparents “rest home” is now, thankfully, a thing of the past. Retirement at Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor has become “re-inspire-ment.” Experience the change for yourself.
When you visit, you should make sure to ask each community the same questions. See which ones offer more information than you even asked for. Those are the communities which will continue to offer you options and alternatives even after you join them as a resident.
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