ADULT DAY CARE
Cypress Creek Assisted Living & Memory Care Residence is excited to offer adult day care in our community. We provide supervised
daytime care and activities for senior adults who may be forgetful, confused, or physically frail and need loving, supervised assistance
during the day.
Genuine support and respect from our highly-skilled nursing and leadership team is an irreplaceable benefit of becoming part of the Cypress Creek family. Our staff takes great care in building relationships — participating in daily activities, paying attention to the smallest details, and becoming thoughtfully invested with every one of our residents.
Come see the difference…Come live with us!
SUPERVISION & MONITORING
NUTRITIONAL MEALS & SNACKS
DAILY RATES STARTING AT $99
Mentally challenging activities, such as learning a new skill, adopting a new hobby, or engaging in formal education, may have short and long-term benefits for your brain. To keep your mind active, it is important to participate in activities that expose your mind to new topics.
Challenge yourself to games with strategy or high-level reading material, or determine how to approach a familiar task more effectively. Selecting activities you enjoy will increase the likelihood that you will continue to engage in them over time.
Another way to stay mentally active is to get as much formal education as you can, at any point in life. Formal education is classroom-based learning administered by professionally trained teachers. Engaging in this type of education will help keep your brain healthy and may protect your brain from developing dementia. This could involve taking a class at a local college or community center that teaches a new topic, skill or hobby (e.g., learning a language or how to play an instrument).
Social engagement is associated with reduced rates of disability and mortality, and may also reduce the risk for depression. Remaining socially active may support brain health and possibly delay the onset of dementia. There are many ways to stay socially active in your community, and these activities will provide the greatest connection to others.
Participation in clubs, volunteer efforts, and other community pursuits may be valuable in maintaining your overall health. Many of these social activities are low-cost or free, such as joining a walking group or book club in your neighborhood. Staying socially active can also be as simple as engaging with friends and family regularly.
Pursue social activities that are meaningful to you. For instance, if you love animals, consider volunteering at a local shelter or with a rescue group. Or, get involved with our cause to end Alzheimer’s by becoming a volunteer or advocate, or participating in a community event.
*as referenced by the Alzheimer’s Association.
COME SEE THE DIFFERENCE. COME LIVE WITH US.
Cypress Creek is one of the largest family-owned and operated communities in the state and has a renowned reputation for providing excellent care. Residents find their new home a nurturing and supportive environment, and families find comfort knowing their loved ones are in good hands.
No matter what level of care needed now or in the future, there is a place for you to call home. Let us relieve any worry you and your family may be feeling. It would be our honor for you and your loved ones to join the Cypress Creek family.
WHAT OUR FAMILIES SAY…
“One of the main reasons I chose Cypress Creek as a home for my Mother is that they honestly cared about her needs and treated her Great. Any time I would call, they would respond back to me immediately. We are indebted To Cypress Creek
– Donald M.