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 Quail Ridge – and throughout Brookdale Senior Living communities has shared since 1998 – when our community first opened its doors. It’s a simple promise to become extended family to the seniors entrusted in our care and to our retsidents who have chosen our community.
The Perfect Location
Emeritus at Quail Ridge is centrally located in Lubbock, Texas.The community is close to Interstate 27 and main thoroughfare 50th street. Hospitals and many physicians’ offices are less than 5 minutes away from Emeritus at Quail Ridge. There are several shopping centers within a 5 mile radius for convenient shopping. Emeritus at Quail Ridge is a secured Memory Care Neighborhood purpose-built community. The design and layout of the building are specific to memory care residents. There is a large outside area complete with gazebo and greenhouse for avid gardeners. The outside area also features a winding walking path through the cottonwood trees surrounding the community. The community’s home like atmosphere is enhanced by the established neighborhood nearby. Our residents can select a private apartment or make a new friend via our friendship suites. Residents will find several living areas, warm sun rooms, a beautiful courtyard and plenty of space to explore at Emeritus at Quail Ridge.
Strong, Caring Professional Relationships
At Emeritus at Quail Ridge, we work very closely with local healthcare providers on a daily basis. Visitors to our community will often see the many home health agencies, hospice providers and therapists we work with to ensure that residents are receiving the complete care they need.
The staff at Emeritus at Quail Ridge is compassionate and quick to respond to our residents and families’ needs. We have several long-term employees who have been with the community since the doors first opened. Our staff is specially trained in Join Their Journey techniques to help each resident reach their utmost potential every day.
Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful Active Lifestyle
Activity is key to the success of our Join Their Journey program. Our activity program includes larger group events as well as individual one-on-one activities. A common expression heard around Emeritus at Quail Ridge is “everything is an activity” and we encourage our residents to take part in the normal activities of daily living to achieve a sense of self-worth. Music and live entertainment are a frequent occurrence as well as visitors from the animal kingdom. We encourage our residents to remain active with neighborhood strolls and daily exercise classes. A resident favorite is the weekly outing to a surprise location – Dairy Queen for ice cream, Sonic for a coke, or a tour of Christmas lights in Ransom Canyon.
Partnering with the Community
We provide monthly support groups for our community and work closely with local churches as a resource for Memory Care education. Quarterly we offer the Virtual Dementia Tour at Quail Ridge to provide caregivers an opportunity to experience the life of a dementia resident.
We provide three delicious meals per day and also offer 3 snacks per day. Our residents often participate in “snacktivities” – preparing chocolate chip cookies, blueberry muffins and many other favorite treats. We also offer finger foods for convenience and those residents who like to snack on the go. Remaining properly hydrated is a very important piece of our program and various juices and fresh water are available at all times.
Emeritus at Quail Ridge, Elmbrook Estates and Cottage Village were featured in a Fox news segment for their work on the Shade Brigade. The communities are passing out coolers of water, fruit, juice and heat safety tips to seniors in need. Please call the number in the video.
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