The Cottages at Chapel CreekConveniently located in Frisco, Texas. Schedule your tour today!
A calm and compassionate environment that feels like home.
Personalized care through well coordinated social programs and fun activities.
Healthy, nutritious meals and drinks in a family-style dining environment.
The Cottages are state-of-the-art certified assisted living residences for people living with Alzheimer’s and other memory disorders. Under the direction of our highly qualified, 24-hour staff, our residents are cared for individually in a warm and compassionate environment that makes it home for them. Learn More »
Our unique floor plan inspired by Mayo Clinic research, allows residents to live in the comfort and familiarity of a home-like environment. The smaller and more intimate setting allows our staff to develop more personal relationships with our residents. Learn More »
Where We Are Located
Schedule a tour today! (972) 668-5200
Our newest residences, located in the heart of Frisco, Texas, are state-of-the-art for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders. Situated among the rolling terrain across from Grant Park, the views are magnificent. Our smaller setting allows the residents more comfort and familiarity while living with dementia and allows our staff to develop deeper relationships with our residents.
Our most important role is being a Cottage Family Member to all of our residents and their loved ones. Contact us below to learn out more about The Cottages at Chapel Creek and schedule a tour today. We look forward to meeting you.
“What is necessary for persons suffering from dementia is a familiar environment with ample space to move, as well as structured, predictable and meaningful activities to participate in and enjoy. The Cottages are just such a place…”
Jonathan M. Evans, MD
“This assisted living facility enjoys a remarkable reputation that is built on solid management, strong nursing support, individualized and personalized care and provides terrific support for every resident.”
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