About Our Community
We have promised ourselves that we shall always treat our residents as we would our own loved ones. Nothing less than our best will do.
This is the promise that the staff at Emeritus at Beckett Meadows – and throughout Brookdale Senior Living communities – has shared since 1999, when our community first opened its doors. It’s a simple promise to be compassionate and kind, understanding and respectful – a promise to become extended family to the seniors entrusted in our care and to our residents who have chosen our retirement community for its active lifestyle.
The Perfect Location
Emeritus at Beckett Meadows is located in beautiful southwest Austin. We are in the Beckett Meadows subdivision on Beckett Rd. near Dick Nichols Park, a quiet neighborhood. We are also down the street from the Will Hampton Branch of the Austin Library. The park and library offer wonderful options for the residents of Emeritus at Beckett Meadows.
A Wonderful Selection
Brookdale at North Austin is a friendly, upbeat, jovial senior independent living community. Our residents and staff truly believe in the Brookdale brand promise that “Our Family is Committed to Yours”. Our small, homey retirement community is tucked away in a beautiful South Austin neighborhood. We have 59 senior apartments and 15 memory care apartments. Whether dining with friends in the dining room, relaxing with a good book in the library, kicking back in the media room, or gardening in the courtyard, our residents feel at home here at Emeritus at Beckett Meadows.
Strong, Caring Professional Relationships
Emeritus at Beckett Meadows is affiliated with The Weston Group Rehabilitation Services. They are a Medicare Part-B provider of physical and occupational services. Weston has an office in the community and their therapists are active in helping the residents maintain their independence.
Emeritus at Beckett Meadows has a well trained, tenured staff. From the caregivers to the management team, the long tenure at our senior living community speaks to the pride our staff has in their work with our residents. Emeritus at Beckett Meadows has been recognized within our company as having excellent longevity in our staff tenure.
Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful Active Lifestyle
Emeritus at Beckett Meadows has an engaging and exciting activities program. We have a wide variety of activities scheduled every day; there is really something for everyone to enjoy! We incorporate many volunteer groups from the South Austin area into our scheduled activities. Our residents are challenged to get involved, and with a dedicated activities director encouraging them to participate and stay active, Emeritus at Beckett Meadows is a fun place to live!
The staff at Emeritus at Beckett Meadows offers a variety of daily activities at the community, including games, dominoes, book clubs, horse racing games, bingo, Bible studies, church services and arts/crafts. We also have gardening activities in our beautiful courtyard. Every month we have different musical acts and entertainers perform for us.
Partnering with the Local Community
Every month we partner with the South Austin Senior Center for a sing-a-long. They also have a dance troupe called the “Rocking Chairettes” that performs for our residents. The residents of Emeritus at Beckett Meadows are proud to be living in the capitol city. We participate in events at the State Capitol and open our senior community to the neighborhood as a polling place for local, state and federal elections. We are a resource to the South Austin community and offer monthly support groups for caregivers.
Three homemade meals are served each day. Our meals are served in a restaurant-style atmosphere so residents can enjoy conversation at their desired table while enjoying a satisfying culinary experience.
The American-Statesman published an article yesterday about Clarence Howard, a resident at Emeritus at Beckett Meadows, who graduated from University of Texas in 1942 but had his original diploma destroyed in a fire 10 years ago. The university worked with a graphic designer to re-create his diploma which they presented to him on Tuesday. Read [...]
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