HOUSTON, TX - Emeritus at Kingwood, a premier new senior living community, will open its doors this Fall in the beautiful Lake Houston area of Texas. This newly constructed community has been specifically designed for seniors whose needs range from assisted living and memory care, to short-term rehabilitation and long-term skilled nursing. This means that Kingwood residents will have a constant community of friends and staff, even though their health-care needs may change.
Emeritus at Kingwood is now taking reservations and is hosting a free informational luncheon for the public on Friday, April 27, from Noon-1 p.m., at the Kingwood Country Club. Luncheon guests will learn about this gorgeous new community with its 93 private and shared apartments, including 49 assisted living apartments, 26 memory care apartments, and 18 skilled nursing apartments. Kingwood will also feature beautiful outdoor courtyards, elegant dining rooms, and spacious and welcoming common areas. Guests will meet Kingwood's Executive Director Diann DiFrancesco, and Community Relations Director AnnMarie Handsel, and learn about all our extensive care options, including our innovative memory care program, Join Their Journey®.
For more information about the community, visit the Emeritus at Kingwood Website.
Future residents can reserve an apartment for a $1,000 fully refundable deposit, which gives them priority selection of their new home. The first 20 residents to reserve will become an exclusive member of the Founder's Club, which provides $200 off their monthly rent for as long as they live in the community, among other perks!
Emeritus at Kingwood is part of Emeritus Senior Living, the nation's largest assisted living and memory care provider, with the ability to serve approximately 49,700 residents. More than 28,000 employees support 478 communities throughout 44 states coast to coast. Emeritus offers the spectrum of senior residential choices, care options and life enrichment programs that fulfill individual needs and promote purposeful living throughout the aging process.