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Frisco, Texas, Dec 07, 2018 – As your loved one’s age, it can become increasingly difficult to care for their quality of life, as problems with dementia or Alzheimer’s become more severe than in past years. In times like this, it is important to find a solution that is both easy on your family life, while ensuring that your aging loved one living with a memory disorder will have the quality of care they need to ensure they continue a meaningful and fulfilling life.

This is where The Cottages can step in. With locations all over Texas (Frisco, Round Rock, League City, and Amarillo), The Cottages makes it convenient for your family to be able to make frequent visits. The Cottages encourages family visits, with regular meals that family can share in, as well as participating in activities with your senior.

“The combination of its homelike atmosphere, family setting and dedication to empowering those living with Alzheimer’s disease to live their lives to the fullest is what sets The Cottages apart from other memory care residences.” says Trent Quinn, founder, president and CEO of The Cottages Senior Living.

The Cottages does not have level-of-care charges, you can expect an experience free of any hidden fees, no matter what care your loved one needs to receive. The last thing you want to worry about when finding care for a loved one is whether to expect additional charges you are not aware of.

The Cottages has beautiful views of park-like settings, with caring staff who are interested in the whole person, in addition to caring for their medical and other needs. Don’t spend your time worrying about whether the staff will naturally tend to their medications and then move on to the next person – they care about your loved one’s story and work to make them feel at home and well cared-for.

The apartments in The Cottages are cozy and spacious, and the floor plans are accessible for seniors of all ability levels. There is an emphasis placed on independence for residents, as well as ensuring that they have the care they need.