2020 Senior Living Guide: Long-term care and living facilities in Keller, Roanoke and north Fort Worth

As the numbers of senior adults nationwide and in the Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth areas continue to grow, so does demand for residential options. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
As the numbers of senior adults nationwide and in the Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth areas continue to grow, so does demand for residential options. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

As the numbers of senior adults nationwide and in the Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth areas continue to grow, so does demand for residential options. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

As the numbers of senior adults nationwide and in the Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth areas continue to grow, so does demand for residential options. The following list is not comprehensive.

Fort Worth

Album Keller Ranch

5640 Keller Ranch Road

817-500-5969


www.albumkellerranch.com

-Independent living

Solea Keller

11508 Alta Vista Road

817-477-6763

www.soleakeller.com

-Independent living

Legend of Fort Worth

8600 N. Riverside Drive

817-885-8800

www.legendseniorliving.com

-Independent living

-Assisted living

-Memory care

Preferred Care at Home of North Fort Worth

9500 Ray White Road, Ste. 200

972-649-0224

www.preferhome.com

-Assisted living

-Memory care

-Hospice care

Discovery Village at Alliance Town Center

3401 Amador Drive

682-204-0853

www.discoveryvillages.com/discovery-village-at-alliance-town-center

-Independent living

-Assisted living

-Memory care

Keller

HomeWell Care Services

5751 Kroger Drive, Ste. 293B

817-382-0622

www.homewellcares.com

-Assisted living

-Nursing home/skilled nursing

Mustang Creek Estates

675 Rapp Road

817-337-6800

www.mustangcreekestates.com

-Assisted living

-Memory care

Whitley Place

800 Whitley Road

817-826-9853

www.capitalsenior.com

-Assisted living

-Memory care

Hillside Assisted Living

553 Big Bend Drive

682-593-0725

www.hillsideal.com

-Assisted living

-Hospice care

-Nursing home/skilled nursing

Avalon Memory Care

1137 Rufe Snow Drive

800-696-6536

www.avalonmemorycare.com

-Memory care

Conservatory at Keller Town Center

200 Country Brook Drive

682-200-1611

www.conservatoryseniorliving.com

-Independent living

Legacy at Bear Creek

200 Keller-Smithfield Road

817-993-0757

www.legacybearcreekseniorliving.com

-Assisted living

-Memory care

Keller Oaks Healthcare Center

8703 Davis Blvd.

817-577-9999

www.kelleroakshealth.com

-Assisted living

-Nursing home/skilled nursing

Evergreen at Keller

501 Bourland Road

817-741-6000

www.evergreenkeller.com

-Independent living

Tender Loving Care Assisted Living Home

1113 Hillside Drive

214-524-3667

www.tlcassistedlivinghome.com

-Independent living

-Nursing home/skilled nursing

Meadowview Place

2000 Meadowview Drive

817-337-5496

www.meadowviewplace.com

-Independent living

-Assisted living

-Nursing home/skilled nursing

Roanoke

Harvest of Roanoke

601 Howe Road

682-257-8932

www.civitasseniorliving.com/our-communities/harvest-at-roanoke

-Assisted living

-Memory care



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