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Memory loss. Cognitive decline. Dementia. Alzheimer’s.

These are some of the most difficult challenges our elders and their families can face. The onset of Alzheimer’s brings a shift in relationships as adult children become responsible for the care of their mother, father or both. You may struggle to find enough time to meet the new demands of looking after your loved one while running your own busy life. As dementia advances, parents lose the ability to reason, problem solve and ultimately stay out of harm’s way.

You simply cannot be there and
be all things at all times.

But there is hope. Knowledgeable, experienced and compassionate help is at hand. U.S. Memory Care communities can transform your relationship with your loved one. By removing the demands of caregiving, U.S. Memory Care offers the rarest of gifts: stress-free time with your loved one.

Our Communities

The beauty of our communities is how much they feel like home. Designed specifically for the needs of Alzheimer’s and dementia residents, our communities offer every essential to ensure the safety, comfort and well-being of our residents.

Our three neighborhoods come together around our centralized “Main Street” that offers amenities and entertainment such as a movie theater, hobby room, sweet shop, beauty salon, music hall and access to different types of doctors, dental and lab services. The main street is where friends and family gather to visit and share in events that support the mind, body and spirit of all who join in.

Our communities offer:

• Professional and caring associates that are ready to serve 24/7

• Highly experienced nurses oversee all care

• 24/7 pharmacy access

• A visiting doctor program

• Beautiful outdoor garden spaces

• Multi-layered security network

• Delicious and nutritious meals and snacks

• Senior Day-Stay and respite stay programs

• Individualized activities that promote cognitive function and nurtures the body and spirit Colleyville is an affluent city and suburb of Fort Worth located in northeast Tarrant County, Texas. In 2015, the median age of all people in Colleyville, TX was 46.7. Native-born citizens, with a median age of 46.2, were generally younger than foreign-born citizens, with a median age of 49.9. But people in Colleyville, TX are getting older. In 2014, the average age of all Colleyville, TX residents was 45.7. In Colleyville, the summers are hot and muggy, the winters are cold and windy, and it is partly cloudy year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 37°F to 96°F and is rarely below 24°F or above 102°F. There are approximately 268 listed assisted living communities in Colleyville, Texas. All assisted living communities offer varied levels of care and different living options. The amenities and services at each community differ and are dependent on location and pricing. Located just eight minutes away from Colleyville lies Chisholm Park, the largest park in Hurst. With its large size, you'd expect plenty of activities to do, and you'd be right! There are areas where you can fish, swim and you can watch the local sports teams take part in practices. Just 13 minutes outside of Colleyville is the city of Grapevine, where you can find its historic downtown street. It resembles a vintage village with many different types of shops and eateries. So potential visitors may want to keep this destination in mind to get their shopping fix. Go window shopping for many different goods, from clothes to jewelry; Historic Downtown Grapevine has your back. Also, if you're feeling peckish, you can head to any of the great bakeries and purchase a delicious pastry. For another kid-friendly attraction, definitely check out Adventure World Park. It's a 15-minute drive away from Colleyville and is perfect for families. Your kids will have loads of fun running around and playing on the various slides and swings. You can even pack a lunch and tuck into it at the picnic tables at Adventure World Park. You can only describe the Grapevine Botanical Gardens with one word; magical. Just like many botanical gardens, beautiful plants litter the area, and it'll make you stop in your tracks. Head to the middle of the garden to stare in awe at an old and large oak tree. For some quiet time to yourself, make your way to the pond and watch the koi fish or relax in the greenhouse. As it's located pretty far away from the main traffic of the city, the Colleyville Nature Center is where you can find peace. You can have a seat by the pond and just watch as life passes. Or if you're a fishing aficionado, this is also a great place to visit where you can have fun fishing amongst the locals. So if you're looking for a place to clear your head, this beautiful and peaceful park might be ideal for you. Another lovely park you can visit is Dove Park, where there are plenty of trees that are perfect for protecting all visitors from the sun. An added perk to the many trees is that you can watch your kids attempt to climb them. We also recommend bringing a bathing suit along with you if you're planning on visiting Dove Park as there's a swimming pool here. Plunge into the pool on a hot day and keep yourself cool! If you have anyone amongst you who is into airplanes, the CR Smith Museum might be a great place to visit. It's a museum that features U.S. Airways history and also many well-maintained airplanes. With so much information available, and the large planes being held in one facility, it's definitely a cool place to bring your older kids too. Looking for a frightening experience while on vacation? You should head out to the Moxley Manor Haunted House! It's extremely well-constructed, with its realistic looking sets and professional actors that will surely scare your pants off! Colleyville, Texas offers a range of golf courses for everyone to enjoy. There are a number of religious homes available for services and worshipping purposes. Colleyville has a number of libraries and you can refer to the database for a suitable library that caters for your specific reading requirements. This community has various medical facilities including hospitals and private practices. All facilities offer various health care plans to provide citizens with the best care that the medical industry has to offer.


Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

1 Bedroom


* Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Advisor to learn more.


Cheerful Atmosphere

While looking for a place for my loved one, this was the only place that had an atmosphere that wasn’t so depressing compared to other locations that I have toured. Most facilities when you first w...

Cheerful Atmosphere

While looking for a place for my loved one, this was the only place that had an atmosphere that wasn’t so depressing compared to other locations that I have toured. Most facilities when you first w...

Cheerful Atmosphere

While looking for a place for my loved one, this was the only place that had an atmosphere that wasn’t so depressing compared to other locations that I have toured. Most facilities when you first w...

Housing Type

  •   Alzheimer's Care

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  •   Activities Onsite
  •   Devotional Services Available
  •   Indoor Common Areas
  •   Meals Provided
  •   Aging in Place
  •   Nurses on Staff
  •   Podiatrist Available
  •   Physical Therapy Available
  •   Occupational Therapy Available
  •   Speech Therapy Available
  •   Complimentary Transportation
  •   Activities Offsite
  •   Outdoor Common Areas
  •   Beauty & Barber Services
  •   Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  •   Hospice Available
  •   Respite Available
  •   Male Residents Accepted
  •   Female Residents Only
  •   Doctor on Call
  •   Nurse on Call
  •   Dentist Available

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