Here's a guide to senior living in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village

(Graphic by Chase Autin/Community Impact Newspaper)
(Graphic by Chase Autin/Community Impact Newspaper)

(Graphic by Chase Autin/Community Impact Newspaper)

As the number of senior adults nationwide and in the Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village area continues to grow, so does demand for residential options. The following list is not comprehensive. Listed below are independent and assisted living communities as well as memory care facilities.

Independent living communities cater to older adults with limited care needs while assisted living communities specialize in providing care and supervision. Memory care facilities specialize in providing care to seniors with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other cognitive issues. The following list is not comprehensive.

Lewisville


Attiva Lewisville Active Living

901 N. Garden Ridge Blvd.

866-813-5884

www.attivalewisville.com


*Independent living

BeeHive Homes of Lewisville

301 N. Garden Ridge Blvd.

214-974-8474

477 W. Main St.

214-974-8474

www.beehivehomes.com

*Assisted-living

Breezewood Home

1101 Breezewood Dr.

469-987-1687

www.breezewoodhome.com

*Assisted-living

Brookdale Lewisville

965 N. Garden Ridge Blvd.

844-522-3865

www.brookdale.com

*Assisted-living

Discovery Village at Castle Hills

2500 Windhaven Parkway

972-905-6751

www.discoveryvillages.com

*Independent-living

Elmcroft of Vista Ridge

400 Highland Drive

972-521-8621

www.elmcroft.com

*Assisted-living

Evergreen at Vista Ridge Senior Living

455 Highland Drive

214-488-5650

www.evergreenvr.com

*Independent-living

Four Seasons Senior Living

1724 Milestone Ridge

972-420-8680

*Assisted-living

Additional Locations:

2200 Peachtree Lane

972-315-3674

2208 Peachtree Lane

972-459-0823

www.4seasonsseniorliving.com

Frankie Lane Assisted Living

429 Frankie Lane

469-587-9796

www.frankielaneassistedliving.com

*Assisted-living

Inspired Living at Lewisville

1080 W. Round Grove Road

469-702-0303

www.inspiredliving.care

*Assisted-living

Lewisville Estates

800 College Parkway

972-525-5947

www.lewisvilleseniorliving.com

*Assisted-living, independent-living

Liberty Senior Residential Care Homes

1633 Glencairn Lane

214-222-2369

*Assisted-living

Additional location:

1342 Summertime Trail

214-222-2369

www.libertycarehomes.com

Metroplex Residential Senior Care

1209 Logan Drive

469-236-0126

www.metroplexresidentialseniorcare.com

*Assisted-living

Rockbrook Memory Care

2215 Rockbrook Drive

972-459-0600

www.rockbrookal.com

*Memory care

Flower Mound


Autumn Leaves of Flower Mound

3201 Karnes Road

972-355-5432

www.autumnleaves.com

*Memory Care

Avalon Memory Care

6601 Raintree Place

888-837-3785

www.avalonmemorycare.com

*Memory care

Avanti Senior Living at Flower Mound

4041 Long Prairie Road

469-294-1080

www.flowermound.avanti-sl.com

*Assisted-living

Flower Mound Assisted Living

6051 Morriss Road

972-695-9331

www.flowermoundalf.com

*Assisted-living

The Oaks at Flower Mound

3281 Long Prairie Road

469-630-0800

www.theoaks-al.com

*Assisted-living

Overture Flower Mound

2771 Lakeside Parkway

469-713-3364

www.liveoverture.com

*Independent-living

Pinewood Hills

3901 Kirkpatrick Lane

972-972-9105

www.holidaytouch.com

*Independent-living

Rosewood Assisted Living and Memory Care

4141 Long Prairie Road

972-829-2050

www.legendseniorliving.com

*Assisted-living, memory care

Highland Village


Rambling Oaks Courtyard Assisted Living Residence

110 Barnett Blvd.

682-223-9407

www.txseniorcare.net

*Assisted-living
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