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Goodlife Senior Living - Heath
126 Smirl Buildings A And B, Heath, TX 75032
Based on 10 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Respite
Goodlife Senior Living - Heath DescriptionAs soon as future residents walk in, they are greeted by a kind and hospitable staff that can't wait to make them feel at home. GoodLife is more than a place to stay; it's an experience. With luxurious resort-style amenities, quiet sitting areas, and even a stocked pond for reading and relaxing, you'll feel right at home with us. We believe that the best days of a senior's life should be extraordinary. At GoodLife, you'll find a community within the community. Our homes are designed to welcome our residents and guests to experience what few other assisted living centers offer: a 360-degree approach to assisted living.
Parent OrganizationGoodlife Senior Living - Heath is a member of a larger group of communities called Good Life Senior Living.
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of TX. It is a medium-sized community with 16 total beds.
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We placed our mom in a memory care in Belton TX. It was a nightmare. She has Alzheimers. It didn't work out so we moved her to Goodlife. So far, it seems awesome. She seems to love Kerry, the manager, and he is very sweet to the people there. Haven't had much dealing with the other people but I believe we will as long as mama is there. My brother is closer to the facility than I am so he would report any findings to me if there were any. I'm very happy we finally found a good place that cares for mom. Alzheimer's patients need compassion and care. They don't understand what is happening to them. Such a sad disease.
We placed my Mom here in July as her Alzheimer’s progressed and her Assisted Living facility could not provide the level of care she needed. We checked out several facilities and picked Good life for the small community set up. We are extremely pleased with the facility and believe that the caregivers and managers are very committed and are doing an excellent job. I would recommend this facility for memory care. The reviews suggest some type of change in management so they must have had some problems under prior management but we are very confident in the current staff and their attentiveness and commitment.
No assisted living is home but with a small resident count the workers know the people and their families. It feels like home. The residents are well carried for and the staff is very caring.... 4/23/2020 I have decided to edit my review. Here are my true thoughts. I tried to care for mother at home. I worked myself into a frazzle. I finally gave up. I am very thankful for Good life Assisted Living. They have allowed me to be her daughter again. Now I go and visit with her, staff stops and visits with me, I know what is going on there, the staff is happy, she is happy, I am happy. Its not home but it feels like home.
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