The care in our nature.

Community counts, because people are naturally inclined toward connecting and making friends. We like helping each other and, when people we know and love surround us, getting over whatever ails us is easier. The Langford’s design for a continuum of care – with health services for seniors that include Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing and rehabilitation services – is a design built on that kind of community. A genuinely caring community. When you’re a resident of The Langford – which opens in 2018 – you’ll have priority access at lifetime discounted rates to the services you need, from people you trust.

Senior health care services in College Station, TX.

The Langford will be the first in College Station to provide a full continuum of senior health services. In addition to Independent Living, we’ll offer long-term care that includes Assisted Living and Memory Support on site. Until the second phase of our development is complete, Skilled Nursing and rehabilitation will be provided nearby at Crestview, our sister community in Bryan. (Yes, on completion, The Langford will also offer Skilled Nursing services right here on our own College Station, TX, campus.)

The smooth continuum.

When you’re an Independent Living resident of The Langford, everything’s going your way. But then, if suddenly the robustness of your lifestyle takes a time out for a health issue, the little move you’ll make to a health service is as easy as can be. Services provided on our campus keep you close to your community of friends. And seeing as they’re your friends, they’ll be stopping by to talk stocks, news and gossip – or to play a hand of Go Fish. And if it’s Skilled Nursing or rehabilitation you need, you’ll get that over at Crestview, a place as kind as The Langford. You’ve heard of Crestview’s sterling heritage of superlative senior care?

Assisted Living

When life isn’t as easy as it was, because daily tasks are getting harder, we lend a hand.

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Memory Support

The answer when Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia raise questions about what to do.

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Skilled Nursing

24/7 skilled support for the times when, due to injury, surgery or illness, you’re sidelined.

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Recover quicker after illness, injury or surgery – then return to pick up where you left off.

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Lifetime discounts

Priority access to long-term health care at a lifetime discounted rate is the idea, because we know the best way to fully engage in Independent Living is to have an excellent plan for independence-thwarting health events. We offer health care lifetime discounts to Independent Living residents, if they ever require senior health services. Those unlimited health care lifetime discounts include:

  • Assisted Living – 10%
  • Memory Care – 15%
  • Skilled Nursing – 20%

Direct admission.

We also accept direct admission (space permitting) with no entrance deposit required. You’ll find Assisted Living, Memory Support, Skilled Nursing and rehabilitation at market rates.

Health Services FAQs

When you think your loved one may need more assistance than Independent Living provides, start with a physician’s evaluation. Once medical and daily living needs are assessed, our professional team will meet with you and your loved one to answer questions, provide information, and help you reach the best decision for your loved one and your family.

For those who can still live independently but need extra assistance with daily tasks – taking medication, bathing, dressing, meals, housekeeping, transportation and other everyday needs – Assisted Living may be just what’s needed. Designed to maintain a person’s important sense of independence, Assisted Living offers the resident a team of nurses and other caregivers who are accessible 24/7.

Dementia refers to the loss of cognitive functions (thinking, reasoning, the ability to remember) that’s severe enough to interfere with a person’s daily functioning. Dementia itself isn’t a disease, though it often accompanies diseases like Alzheimer’s. Dementia is irreversible when caused by disease or certain injuries. It may be partially or fully reversible when caused by drugs, alcohol, depression or imbalances of substances such as hormones or vitamins. In contrast, Alzheimer’s disease is responsible for 60-80% of dementia (per WebMD and other sources). It’s a progressive, degenerative brain disease affecting parts of the brain that control thought, memory and language. 1 in 8 people over age 65 has Alzheimer’s, and it affects women more than men.

Start a confidential conversation with The Langford to find out more about what’s available for senior health care services in College Station, TX.