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MCKINNEY ASSISTED LIVING SERVICES

Getting older doesn’t mean you have to slow down and stop enjoying everything life has to offer. It simply means you might need a little more personal assistance than before.

At Hidden Springs of McKinney, we offer Assisted Living that allows you to enjoy life with confidence, independence and peace of mind. With access to a variety of engaging activities, community amenities, and personalized levels of support that adapt to your needs, residents will always be able to live safely in the home they love with friends and familiar care teams. We even have on-site rehabilitation therapies so residents can recover from illness or injury in the comfort of their own apartments.

Settle into Assisted Living that provides the help you need so you can live as independently – and fully – as possible. Our professional staff is available 24/7 to provide personal care and assistance, including help with: 

  • Activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing and eating
  • Medication management
  • Mobility and transportation

Rest assured, as your needs change, so will our support. We’ll be with you every step of the way, delivering personalized assistance with dignity and respect.

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THE SUPPORT YOU NEED TO LIVE A LIFE YOU LOVE

While there may be other Assisted Living communities in McKinney, Texas, Hidden Springs is so much more – a place where people come together, form friendships, engage in active lifestyles, and genuinely enjoy life.

The truth is, Assisted Living at Hidden Springs isn’t that different from Independent Living. We’ll provide the support you need while you continue to lead the active, engaging life you love. Our Assisted Living residents enjoy all the same amenities, activities and services as our Independent Living residents. In fact, our entire care spectrum exists under one roof, making the move to Assisted Living from Independent Living practically seamless.

ASSISTED LIVING APARTMENT FLOOR PLANS

Hidden Springs offers three Assisted Living floor plan options, including studio and one-bedroom apartments. Featuring wide doorways, open spaces, and easily accessible tubs and showers, our Assisted Living apartments are designed to be easily navigated and create spaces that are welcoming and comfortable. Each Assisted Living apartment is beautifully appointed with high-quality finishes, fixtures and flooring.

ASSISTED LIVING ACTIVITIES

At Hidden Springs, wellness is at the heart of everything we do. Beyond health care services, our wellness program provides assisted senior living activities and promotes health awareness to all residents. Our comprehensive approach weaves wellness into all aspects of everyday life, such as:

  • Healthy dining options
  • Varied life-enrichment programs
  • Personalized training and exercise classes
  • Social events and off-site excursions for shopping and dining

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EVERY AMENITY

Hidden Springs of McKinney embodies luxury Assisted Living. Our community features resort-quality amenities, including:

  • A high-end fitness center with an indoor heated pool and exercise classes
  • Multiple dining venues
  • Opportunities for entertainment and enrichment in our movie theater and art studio 

With the proper support and staff assistance, Assisted Living residents can fully participate in every program, enjoy every amenity, and make the most of every day.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ASSISTED LIVING AT HIDDEN SPRINGS

Q: What’s the difference between Independent Living and Assisted Living?

A: Assisted Living at Hidden Springs offers the lifestyle, activities, services and private apartments found in Independent Living, but with the personalized support services you need to live safely and securely. Assistance varies among residents but may include help with bathing or dressing, medication monitoring, mobility assistance, and other activities of daily life. Learn more about Assisted Living at Hidden Springs on our blog.

Q: Is Assisted Living right for me or my loved one?

A: Assisted Living is a wonderful option for seniors who need a bit of assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, walking or taking medications.

Q: What’s included in my monthly fee?

A: Your monthly fee includes:

  • The Apartment of Your Choice
  • Housekeeping and Flat-Linen Service
  • Concierge Services
  • Valet/Porter
  • Internet/Wi-Fi
  • DIRECTV
  • Scheduled TransportationCovered Parking
  • 30 Meals per Month Included in Single Occupancy
  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • All Utilities

Use our Cost of Living Financial Calculator to see how affordable Hidden Springs can be.

Q: Is Assisted Living tax-deductible?

A: Some costs associated with Assisted Living may be tax-deductible. Medical expenses, including some long-term care expenses, are deductible if the expenses are more than 7.5% of your adjusted gross income.

For Assisted Living expenses to be tax-deductible, the resident must be considered “chronically ill.” This means a doctor or nurse has certified that the resident either:

      • Cannot perform at least two activities of daily living, such as eating, toileting, transferring, bath, dressing, or continence; or
      • Requires supervision due to cognitive impairment (such as Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia).

To qualify for the tax deduction, personal care services must be provided according to a plan of care prescribed by a licensed healthcare provider. A doctor, nurse or social worker must prepare a plan that outlines the specific daily services the resident will receive. As tax laws are constantly changing, we recommend you meet with your accountant or tax preparer for the most recent changes or updates.

Q: What’s the difference between Assisted Living and a nursing home?

A: While both Assisted Living communities and nursing homes share the common goals of keeping residents safe, happy and healthy, there are differences between the two. The most significant is the level of care and support required. Those residing in an Assisted Living community only require custodial care to remain living as independently and actively as possible. Assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing or medication management is all they need to continue to live an active, engaging lifestyle.

Those in a nursing home typically need 24-hour care and monitoring and have more complex healthcare conditions that may require care delivered by a physician, skilled nurse, or physical or speech therapist. Living arrangements are also different. Assisted Living residents enjoy the privacy of private apartments or suites; nursing home residents more often share a room with another adult.

Q: Does insurance cover Assisted Living?

A: Typically, no. Long-term care insurance may provide limited coverage, but private insurance does not cover Assisted Living. Most Assisted Living residents pay for this level of personal care from their private resources. However, Texas has a program offering Medicaid payment for Assisted Living facilities, if you meet specific criteria. Check with your Medicaid resource to address your situation and needs.

Q: When is the right time for Assisted Living?

A: While moving to an Assisted Living community is a personal decision, it can be an ideal solution for older adults who need some help with personal care, such as bathing, dressing, medication management, bed transfers and more. Typically, those residing in Assisted Living communities have a health condition that limits their ability to live independently but does not require the 24-hour supervision and care available in a nursing home or skilled care facility. It may be time for Assisted Living if your loved one:

 

    • Needs help with personal care and activities of daily living, such as bathing and grooming
    • Doesn’t require 24-hour nursing care
    • Needs help safely managing medications
    • Is at increased risk of falling
    • Feels isolated or lonely
    • Wants to be a part of a vibrant community of peers
    • Enjoys socializing and participating in activities and programs, but doesn’t have access to transportation
    • No longer wants to care for a home and property, and prefers a maintenance-free lifestyle