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6 Tips for Communicating with a Loved One Who Has Dementia

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by hhmin

Communicating with Assisted Living Loved One Who Has DementiaAssisted Living and Skilled Nursing communities cater to families with loved ones who may be living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. These and other types of neurological disorders can be difficult for a family to live with and to understand.

Interacting with an individual living with neurological disease can be stressful for all parties if approached too forcefully. Keep in mind that your loved one is still “yours,” you just have to know how to approach communication for a family member or friend with dementia. Here are six tips that will help make communication a comfortable experience.

1. Make Sure You Have Their Attention

Anyone can become distracted from a conversation when things like television or a podcast are on in the background. For someone living with dementia, you will want to limit distractions before starting your interaction.

Some ways to set a positive and calming mood are:

  • Turning off appliances,
  • Shut the door where you are talking,
  • Draw in the curtains,
  • Or simply move to a quieter area.

2. Keep The Conversation Simple

When starting a conversation, remember to keep the topics and questions simple. Asking questions that require simple yes or no answers is your best option. Asking too many questions or questions with open answers can lead to frustration in your loved one.

3. Always Remember to Be Patient

Patience is key when dealing with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Let your loved one take his or her time to gather his or her thoughts and take in what you are saying. Also, don’t attempt to correct the minor inaccurate statements he or she may make. That is a quick way to end what could potentially be a fulfilling conversation for your Assisted Living community member.

4. Use Names in Conversation

Making use of specific names in conversation can help keep the interaction on track. Avoid using pronouns during a conversation.

“Hi, Grandma, it’s me, Richard,” is a more successful introduction than, “Hi, it’s us!”

5. Planning Activities? Break Them Down into Steps

Most visits result in the visitor performing daily tasks with their loved one. When you are discussing the tasks you plan on performing for the day, you can calmly remind your loved one of the steps that they may forget on a regular basis. By breaking down tasks into steps, your communication will become more direct and less likely to leave your loved one confused and frustrated if something goes wrong.

6. Remember That Senior Living Community Members Have Up and Down Days

Dementia and Alzheimer’s are progressive diseases, so consistency in how the disease shows during interactions will vary. Even though there is a decline in quality of life with these diseases, you must remember that there will be good days mixed in with the bad ones. This will help you to maintain a caring and affectionate approach each time that you attempt communication with your loved one.

Holly Hall Retirement Community Ensures Your Loved One Stays Social

If it is time for your loved one to enter into an Assisted Living community, Holly Hall is ready to welcome your family in with open arms. Our Christian retirement community has the qualified staff and experience to meet all of your loved one’s needs. Contact us today to schedule a tour of our Houston community.

5 Reasons Families Fight About Senior Care Before Assisted Living

Posted on: July 31st, 2018 by hhmin

Aruging Over Assisted LivingFamilies fight about a lot of things, but senior care for an elderly parent is one of the biggest subjects. Here are five of the top reasons families fight in the months leading up to realizing that a loved one is best suited for assisted living.

1. Having to Care for Both Parents at One Time

Living with one parent who suffers from dementia, Alzheimer’s or any other type of ailment that requires constant care can be difficult on its own. However, when both parents are in need of 24-hour care, this can cause some issues. Not only does the decision have to be made about who will care for the parents, but families may tend to argue about the care methods that may differ from person-to-person.

2. Knowing How to Pay for Senior Assisted Living

Paying for anything major in someone’s lifetime can be stressful for anyone; senior living is no exception. Financially, assisted living may seem like a goal that Is simply out of reach and unaffordable. Money problems cause arguments, but it is important to keep in mind that senior living communities understand the financial hardship that families face. Talk with your preferred community and find out about financing options, payment plans, or any other solutions to having your loved one taken care of and solving the payment dilemma.

3. One Person Has to Do the Hard Work

Caring for a medically delicate loved one is hard work and a labor of love. If one person in the family is doing all of the heavy lifting, they are eventually going to get tired and vent their frustrations. These arguments can be painful and can be avoided by making plans to visit a local senior care community that can help ease the emotional and physical burden of care on the family.

4. The Difficulty of a Loved One’s Individual Needs

Some parents or loved ones may have specific needs that require extra help in order to deal with daily life. Some examples could be:

  • Difficulty bathing,
  • Difficulty with getting dressed, or
  • Needing assistance with eating.

Individual needs are unique but having to deal with them in your own ways can create an emotional friction among families, especially if methods differentiate or if there is no professional or medical advice involved.

5. Parents Can Be Resistant to Care

Knowing when to talk to your loved on about it being time for assisted living and handling the transition properly is important. However, not everyone will see things your way; sometimes that includes your parents or loved one. Resistance leads to arguments. Try to ease them into the idea by taking them on brief visits, to open community outings or a simple scheduled tour that helps them to become more comfortable with the idea of leaving their comfort zone.

Let Holly Hall Retirement Home Help with Your Family’s Assisted Living Needs

Don’t let your loved one’s care become the subject of family discontent. Knowing that it is time for senior living will get the entire family on the road to recovery. Contact Holly Hall today to find out about our Christian community and the specialty services that we offer to our members.

Helping Your Assisted Living Loved One with Sundowners

Posted on: March 5th, 2018 by hhmin

sundowners in assisted livingAround 40 million people in America each year suffer from sleep disorders. Some sleep disorders can occur in the elderly with mental disorders like depression, dementia, or Alzheimer’s. One sleep disorder that science is still grasping to understand in the elderly is sundowners. Here is some important information on what it is, the symptoms to look out for, its triggers, and some ways to mitigate the problem with your loved one in assisted living.

What Is Sundowners?

Sundowners syndrome, or “sundowning,” is a symptom of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Another reference to the syndrome by name is “late-day confusion.”

The term sundowners is a term that describes patterns of behavior problems that onset in the late afternoon and early evening. Aside from Alzheimer’s disease, this syndrome is also sometimes found in older people recovering from surgery. Someone exhibiting the symptoms of this syndrome may frighten loved ones experiencing this for the first time. That is why it is important to understand the symptoms of sundowners.


When your loved one is sundowning, some of the symptoms that you may notice include:

  • Agitation
  • Restlessness
  • Irritable
  • Disoriented
  • Suspicious
  • Demanding
  • Pacing
  • Hearing or Seeing Things That Aren’t There
  • Mood Swings

It is known that 1 out of 5 people with Alzheimer’s are susceptible to sundown syndrome.

What Triggers Sundowners?

Sundowners is probably the most direct name that could be given for this illness. Scientists believe that changes in the brain of someone that has dementia or Alzheimer’s is what triggers sundowners in people. These brain changes impact a person’s inner body clock and they become unable to properly determine when they need to be awake or sleep.

Some common triggers for the syndrome are:

  • Less light in the house
  • Being unable to separate dreams from reality

What Are Some Ways to Soothe Symptoms?

There are several ways to help your loved one in a retirement home deal with life and sundowners. Some basic approaches include:

  • Encouraging exercise to expend energy
  • Limit caffeine intake
  • Plan family activities during the day so that the transition to the evening is easier
  • Create a private spot where your loved one can relax
  • Calm them with music or other therapeutic sounds
  • Consult with their doctor about medications that support those with the syndrome

Another key approach to easing sundowning is to regulate your loved one’s sleep. Knowing his or her routine will help you to understand when sundowners usually sets in for him or her. Once you understand his or her sleep cycle, you will be able to prevent excessive napping and help your loved one sleep through the night.

Holly Hall Offers Skilled Nursing at Our Facility that Helps with Sundowners

If you or your loved one are considering a move to our Christian retirement community, but are concerned with the onset of sundowners, you have nothing to worry about. The professional nursing staff at Holly Hall has the experience and capabilities to handle sundowners and other medical conditions that make senior living difficult at home. Get in touch with us today to arrange a tour and find out more about our assisted living community.


The Key Benefits to Rehab Therapy Services at Senior Care Centers

Posted on: February 19th, 2018 by bigdcreative

Rehabilitation Therapy at Holly HallPhysical therapy in a skilled nursing facility is excellent for community members of senior care centers because it offers a full range of services that are available to community members seven days a week. Since Holly Hall has these professionals readily available, community members that require physical therapy can be helped in numerous ways, including battling chronic illness.

1. Arthritis

Arthritis is a very common ailment in the age demographic of someone who resides at a senior care center. Many people 65 and above develop this illness and are forced to live with its pain. Luckily, physical therapy available at assisted living communities help prevent future pain and alleviate discomfort.

2. Stroke

Stroke sufferers often display symptoms that include loss of muscle strength on one side of the body. Physical therapy has methods to treat this symptom using constraint-induced movement therapy. This is a method that focuses on strength training for weaker limbs and stimulating the parts of the brain that control muscle movement.

3. Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia are prevalent within senior care center communities. PT helps with this ailment by focusing on creating exercises that improve memory functions and delay the onset of other serious memory impairments.

4. Parkinson’s Disease

Around 1.5 million Americans are living with Parkinson’s Disease, a condition that is unfortunately irreversible and progressive. PT and medication, however, can help to decrease some of the involuntary movements that are associated with the disease.

Physical Therapy Provides General Benefits

A senior in an independent living or assisted living community does not have to suffer from debilitating illnesses in order to reap the benefits that physical therapy can provide them. At Holly Hall, we use physical therapy to help our community members reach some of their personal, physical goals.

1. Reduced Fall Risk

Older loved ones are at an extremely high risk of falling due to bone fragility, slower reflexes, and loss of footing. At an older age, a fall risk can be life-threatening; therefore, working with physical therapy at a senior care center can help build up flexibility and strength.

2. Reduced Infection Risk

Infection risk runs higher in senior-aged loved ones that are not active. A sedentary lifestyle could put your loved one at risk of getting pneumonia, ulcers, or other medical problems. These problems can be reduced through regular visits to community physical therapy.

3. Treating General Pain

Physical therapy is a great way to treat general aches and pains in seniors at senior living communities. Yes, they may still have to take some of their prescribed medications, but through physical therapy, some of the chronic pains could be alleviated and help avoid unnecessary surgery.

Holly Hall Provides Loved Ones with a Better Path to Wellness

At Holly Hall, your loved one’s well-being is our number one priority. That is why we have a top-of-the-line skilled nursing program that provides a full range of therapy services to our community members. Get in touch with us today if you are curious about how Holly Hall can improve the life of your senior-aged loved one.

Spreading the Love for Assisted Living at Holly Hall

Posted on: February 9th, 2018 by hhmin

Assisted Living Valentines DayEveryone wants to feel special when Valentine’s Day rolls around. Some well-placed roses or a box of fancy chocolates are enough to brighten up anyone’s day.

Although your loved ones in assisted living know that you do, in fact, love them, it may help them feel like a consistent part of your life if you take some time out of your schedule to plan some Valentine’s Day fun around their community with them. Take a look at our top five ideas for how to make a memorable assisted living Valentine’s Day.

1. Get Their Sweet Tooth Excited

Senior living comes with several dietary needs, and one of them is clearly not a large amount of chocolate. Instead of going all out and buying the largest heart-shaped chocolate box you can find, consider purchasing a kid-size amount of candy. Also, keep in mind that some chocolate companies provide sugar-free offerings.

For an extra special gift, find a gelatin mold that will suit the occasion, and make a creative sugar-free red colored Jello for your loved one.

2. Take a Quick Trip

This can be something as simple as taking your loved one out for a dinner at their favorite restaurant. If your loved one likes a good steak and potatoes dinner, buy them a new outfit and take them out for a night on the town. This gesture will really make your loved one feel like the Belle or Baron of the ball at their assisted living community.

3. Make the Environment Festive

Take some time to purchase some pink and red construction paper. Cut out an assortment of hearts and other love related shapes. Then spend the day helping them to make their apartment Cupid’s nest. The time that you put into this type of a gift is something that will stick with your loved one and let them know that you put some planning into this fun holiday.

4. Enjoy Valentine’s Day Activities

Take the Valentine’s festivities back to their roots. Go to a grocery store and pick up some fun Valentine’s Day cards, or take some time with your loved one to create your own. Then, take a walk around the community and pass out your loved one’s cards to all of their friends and local community members.

5. Consider a Colorful Gift

You can also keep Valentine’s Day a very simple, yet elegant celebration. Pick out a nice bouquet of flowers and have them sent to your loved one or hand deliver them yourself if possible. Also, balloons and a well-placed stuffed animal are always a great way to spice up a room with color on this fun day for romantics.

Holly Hall will Help Make Your Visit Special

If you are planning a visit to your loved one’s assisted living community at Holly Hall this Valentine’s Day, get in touch with us so that we may help you to maximize your time on your visit. Our Christian values combined with our love for family and community will help to make your Valentine’s plans a hit.


5 Brain Stimulating Activities for Seniors in Assisted Living

Posted on: December 22nd, 2017 by hhmin

Brain Stimulating Activities in Assisted LivingLiving in an assisted living community definitely has its emotional and physical perks for loved ones who utilize a community’s services. However, there are always reasons to keep up with brain stimulation, especially as loved ones begin to grow older. It is important to stimulate the brain in order to maintain cognitive function, preserve memory, and keep up the overall happiness of your loved one in assisted living.

Here are 5 simple brain stimulating activity ideas that you can use while your loved one is enjoying being cared for in an assisted living community.

Computerized Games

While this doesn’t necessarily mean video games, those can also be a mentally stimulating activity. These days, most seniors have iPads or smart phones that they use to entertain themselves via app games or other similar activities. Popular games include Words With Friends, Candy Crush, and good old fashioned Solitaire.

Pen and Paper Puzzles

Not all senior citizens are comfortable with using electronics to stimulate their mental health and entertain themselves. Little known to many younger tablet users, there was always pen and paper puzzles that people used to stay mentally active. Before your next visit, feel free to visit a local bookstore and pick up books with:

  • Crossword Puzzles,
  • Sudoku,
  • Word Search, or
  • Standard Puzzles.


When visiting with your family member, you have plenty of opportunities to stimulate his or her mental health through storytelling, organizing their apartment, and above all, cooking. On your next visit, take up some old family cookbooks as a way to boost your loved one’s memory.

By walking through the creation of a favorite recipe with your loved one, you are not only boosting his or her mental health, but you are also physically helping their muscle memory during the creation process of the dish. Take the time to enjoy this meal around the dinner table and share some of the family stories behind the reason behind the popularity of the family recipe.

Social Settings in Assisted Living

Sometimes family cannot visit as often as they would like to and that is why we always have social activities going on at our senior living communities. It is important that your loved one gets involved in community activities and makes friends with their fellow community members.

Social settings are a great way to get conversations started about who people are and from where they came. This alone is a memory stimulating experience. So, if you can’t personally visit on a regular basis, try to encourage your loved one to go out and about during their time at Holly Hall.

Holly Hall is Dedicated to Keeping Your Mind Stimulated

If your loved one is beginning to show signs of a fading memory or is becoming increasingly bored at home, it may be time to consider assisted living to improve their wellness. At Holly Hall, we can ensure you that your loved one will be treated like family and that our Christian beliefs will show through their mental, physical, and emotional care in our communities. Call us today to discuss scheduling a tour of our facility.

Best Apps For Senior Living Family Members

Posted on: December 5th, 2017 by hhmin

Best Apps for Senior Living Family MembersEveryone is connected to each other through technology these days. From Facebook gossip to endless hordes of online play to win video games, one could say that technology has made people detached and overly reliant on something that really doesn’t help us too much in our daily lives.

Sure, phone apps can be a great way to kill a few mindless hours during the day, but by definition, an application is something that was made to fulfill a purpose. That purpose can be for pure fun or for something useful.

If you have a loved one who is in assisted senior living, they most likely have a smart phone or tablet to keep themselves up-to-date and entertained. However, these electronics can be so much more helpful than the next game of Candy Crush. Here are our favorite apps that are useful for seniors in assisted living.

Magnifying Glass With Light

This free app available on the iPhone and iPad is extremely useful for senior citizens that have decreased eyesight. Reading small print in books, magazines, and menus, can be a struggle for our older loved ones. This app helps to solve these issues by illuminating small print and allowing the option of magnifying for ease of reading.

Skype is Great for Senior Living

Staying social is extremely important for seniors in assisted living communities. Yes, your loved one will make friends with us, but we understand that many families are spread out across the state or country. This makes visits from distant relatives a rare opportunity.

With Skype, your loved one will be able to have a simulated face-to-face interaction via a video conference. This app can be set up on a mobile device, computer, or tablet. Being able to see family members during a discussion does worlds for the emotional management of your loved one in senior living.

iPharmacy Pull ID and Drug Info

With this interesting app, assisted living community members and caregivers alike can help stay on top of the daily medicine intake that seniors face. This app allows you to identify pills by color and shape, as well as understand the side effects of a medication.

It can be difficult to stay on top of your medication schedule, and this app helps overcome this issue with reminders of when the next dose of medication is due.


This app was created to connect seniors and their families in a safe electronic environment. This social media app brings the message, photo, and video connections, of Facebook and Instagram without the worries of privacy or robust bells and whistles. This is a great ad-free and spam-free way to stay connected while keeping your information secure.

Senior Savings

Although this app does cost $.99 in the iOS store, this is a great, simple way to find out which grocery stores, hotels, restaurants, and more offer senior discounts in your area. You’ll never have to worry about asking for the senior special again.

Holly Hall Retirement Community Goes Beyond the Screen With Our Senior Living Care

Although we understand that applications can be a useful way to improve one’s daily life, we also believe that real-time interaction with your loved one in senior assisted living is important.

Through our Christian values, licensed staff, and up-to-date apartments, Holly Hall is able to ensure that your loved one is treated like family when they are with us. Give us a call today to find out more about our services or schedule a visit.

3 Thanksgiving Activities to do With Your Senior Living Family Member

Posted on: November 20th, 2017 by bigdcreative

Senior Living ThanksgivingThanksgiving is a wonderful time for celebration, gratitude, and reflection, especially among the Christian community. At Holly Hall we believe that your loved one deserves to have the best experience at our community year-round, but there are always ways to make events like the holidays extra special.

Here are some of our favorite ideas for you to incorporate Thanksgiving festivities with your loved one in a senior living community.

Have a Recipe Competition

What is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Thanksgiving? If you said ‘the food’ then you are not wrong. From fried turkey to different styles of stuffing, families of different cultures have numerous ways of cooking their Thanksgiving feast.

This year, try to make a game out of Thanksgiving with your loved one in assisted living. Since there is always room for leftovers after the table has been cleared, encourage two different styles of the same dish by different members of your family.

Your loved one will be encouraged to think back on their traditional Thanksgiving dishes, and be able to provide some input on what would make the perfect Thanksgiving dish.

Make a ‘Thankful Tree’

There are Halloween trees and there are Christmas trees; so why not a Thanksgiving tree? By purchasing a small plant that can look beautiful in your loved one’s room, you can have the beginnings of a Thankful Tree. The decorations on the tree will be pieces of paper that have things that your loved one and your family are thankful for this Thanksgiving. If your tree is big enough, feel free to take the thankfulness outside. Walk around the community with your loved one and have their friends write down the things that they are thankful for.

Have a Thanksgiving Celebration

Although this may seem like an obvious choice for the holiday, there are ways to make your Thanksgiving celebration a unique one at Holly Hall. While preparing for the big day, sit down with your loved one and make specialty Thanksgiving place cards.

Encourage your loved one to invite other members of the senior living community to enjoy Thanksgiving with you and your family. Being in an assisted living community never means that you have to give up the traditions you love. By continuing traditions, and keeping up an attitude that is aligned with the warm season, you can make this Thanksgiving one to remember.

Holly Hall Senior Living Makes a Home for Your Holidays

If you are preparing for your first Thanksgiving with your loved one at their senior living community, let the staff at Holly Hall help make your holiday a special one. Call us today with any questions that you have regarding our visitor policies.

Also, if you are in the situation where your family member or loved one may be prepared to enter into an assisted living community in the Houston area, reach out to us today to set up a visiting appointment to walk our community grounds.

Thank Your Loved One in Senior Assisted Living this Thanksgiving

Posted on: November 7th, 2017 by hhmin

Thanksgiving at Assisted LivingWith October in the rearview mirror and a family-filled November on the horizon, Thanksgiving is the next big holiday for your loved one in senior assisted living to look forward to. Yes, this holiday brings about family gatherings, traditional dishes, and delightful desserts; but there is also so much more that can be done with your loved one.

This season, prior to your visit with your family member in senior assisted living, talk with the members of your family and come up with some ways to thank your loved one and show them that they are appreciated. Here are some of our favorite ideas for this time of the year.

Tell Them Thank You

Simply letting your loved one know that they have made an impact on your life is one way to help spread the Thanksgiving joy. You don’t have to have an elaborate expression of gratitude in order for it to be meaningful for your senior assisted living family member.

While they are definitely getting the best treatment and emotional care in their community, your personal expression of thanks is one that will make them feel absolute love and appreciation.

Take a Family Picture

Family photos at holiday events are lifelong traditions no matter where a member of the family ends up. Schedule some time with your loved one to sit down and take a family photo. Getting the whole family together can be a rare moment, and by organizing this event and documenting it, you are showing your loved one that they are a special member of your family.

Do Some Favors Around the House

If you are visiting your loved one in assisted living or an independent living community, you have the opportunity to express your thanks through action. Look around their living quarters and find little ways to help them out. Do some of their dishes, re-organize their refrigerator, make sure their television is set to their specifications. Even though your assisted living coordinators take all of the steps needed to care for your loved one, just having you come in and do little favors for them helps promote your gratitude and love.

Write Them a Personal Letter

Giving thanks to your loved one should be an intimate experience and a time of personal reflection. One way to really personalize this moment is to write your loved one in a retirement home a heartfelt letter. In this letter you can talk about a favorite memory with your loved one, or talk about the reasons why you enjoy visiting them in their community.

Holly Hall Retirement Community Thanks You for Letting Us into Your Family

If you have found yourself at a crossroad with your loved one and feel they need more care than you can presently offer, reach out to Holly Hall to schedule a visit to our community today. We are a Christian-centered retirement home that believes in treating your loved one like our own family. For any questions about our services, give us a call.

Signs It’s Time for Assisted Living

Posted on: September 29th, 2016 by hhmin

Age-related diseases and maladies can make it difficult or even impossible for a retiree or senior to live alone. Problems like dementia and mobility problems can also create difficult living environments when children or loved ones must care for a senior relative who is no longer ambulatory.

At a certain point, discussions about assisted living, in-home nursing care, and other options for assistance become necessary. Concerns regarding cost and the ability of the family to afford assisted living can create stressful situations, but keeping the aged family member safe remains important, particularly when the family member begins showing any of the following signs.

Stress and Health of the Caregiver

Although it’s not a health problem experienced by the senior, stress experienced by a caregiver can prove harmful to the caregiver, as well as the person who needs daily assistance. Stress may have debilitating physical effects on the caregiver, which means the ability to care for the person who needs help may be negatively impacted, too. Although it may feel heart-wrenching to think about assisted living, the health of the caregiver and the person receiving care may depend on it.

Needs That Require Professional AssistanceNursing Care Houston, TX

For many familial caregivers, basic needs are things that don’t necessarily require professional assistance. Responsibilities like cooking, basic hygiene, and reminding someone to take their medication are projects that may be accomplished without fear of keeping the senior in good health. At a certain point, a person’s needs may become so great that the best person to offer assistance is someone with experience in healthcare. The availability of an immediately available medical staff may also become important.

Safety in the Home

Today’s seniors have access to a wealth of in-home options that can help them lead a safer life when they remain at home. Non-slip floors, walk-in tubs, and homes that don’t have stairs can help a senior remain safe, even when a caregiver is away at work for the day. However, during the aging process, it’s essential to consider alternative accommodations or assisted living before an accident happens.

Issues with Aggression and Abuse

A problem like dementia may allow a formerly loving individual to become verbally or physically abusive. Not only is it difficult for the senior to remain on good terms with his or her family or caregiver, but the abuse may also create resentment in the family that leads to a reduction in the quality of care he or she receives. Allowing a skilled professional in a retirement community to administer care is a great alternative. 

Experiencing “Sundowner Syndrome”

It’s a classic sign of Alzheimer’s Disease, and Sundowner Syndrome, or “Sundowning,” occurs when a person becomes increasingly incoherent as the day turns into evening. A person who seems completely at ease and coherent in the morning may become confused, agitated, and unable to function without complete assistance by the evening.

A Habit of Wandering

There are frequent stories that hit the news where an elderly person goes missing because he or she wanders away from home or becomes confused while out of the house. One of the scariest things about caring for a person who has a habit of wandering is that they can disappear in the length of time it takes a family member to go to the bathroom and return.

Consider a Beautiful Retirement Community

Are you and a loved one considering assisted living? Do you want to give your elderly family member the best life possible? Are you reaching an age where you believe a retirement community may offer you the comfort and safety you require? Reach out to the Houston retirement community of Holly Hall and explore the options you have with us.