Reviews of The Village of Meyerland in Houston, Texas

Reviews of The Village of Meyerland

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The staff was warm, kind, caring, and focused on making the transition as easy as possible. 

My mother, Virginia Hunt, moved to The Village of Meyerland (VoM) in March of 2021.  She moved to VoM from another assisted living facility. 

From the beginning, the staff was warm, kind, caring, and focused on making the transition as easy as possible.  This transition occurred during the COVID pandemic when living in an assisted living facility could be very difficult and residents could find themselves very isolated.  The staff involved Virginia in selecting her apartment, answering her many questions, welcoming her on her move day, and helping her meet existing residents that might have shared interests.

It was not long before Virginia started leaving her apartment to participate in activities with other residents.  It’s been 8 months since her move and I have a hard time getting her on the phone since she is no longer spending time in her apartment and is now meeting with friends on the 3rd floor or involved in an activity.  I really appreciate the variety of activities offered to her and the care and understanding the staff has regarding her memory issues.

In addition, Virginia’s medicines are managed.  The staff recently reviewed her medications with the doctor which visits the residents.  Having medical technicians, a doctor, a dentist, and a physical therapist to visit her “in-house”  and very welcoming services.  

Our family appreciates the care and attention given to COVID protocols while also ensuring that residents are active and have a sense of community.  I would encourage the director and others to continue keeping families informed regarding changes in protocols and upcoming social opportunities for the residents and their families.

Maryruthe M. (daughter)


When our father passed away we knew our mother wouldn't be safe living on her own.

When our father passed away we knew our mother who has dementia wouldn't be safe living on her own.  It's very scary to start this process when you know nothing about it, but the entire thing went very smoothly with Village of Meyerland. The sales staff answered any and all questions we had, but they weren't pushy; the assessment process was handled by a zoom call due to her being out of state, and we were able to move mom in within a week.  She was a little confused at first about where she was and why she was there, and because Mom is not particularly outgoing, we were very nervous that she would sit in her apartment all day with no social interaction.  Nothing could be further from the truth - she is engaged daily for most of her waking hours and actually spends very little time in her apartment.  The staff there has a lot of enthusiasm for what they do - they send pics to us regularly showing mom at various activities, the ladies in the hair salon send pics when she gets her hair and nails done, always with kind words - everyone seems to have a heart for helping the residents feel welcome and comfortable.  While mom isn't quite ready for the memory care unit, we know that when that time comes it will be a seamless transition.

Mark and Eric N. (sons)        

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