Formerly: Emeritus at Sherwood Place
Odessa, TX 79762
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- Assisted Living
About Our Community
Assisted Living Odessa Texas
Brookdale Sherwood, formerly Emeritus at Sherwood Place, is an Assisted Living community in Odessa, Texas, conveniently located on the north side of Odessa, in an upscale residential area. We’re just one mile from Highway 191 and 385, with easy access to I-20 and everything Odessa and the surrounding region has to offer.
Music City Hall – one of our residents’ favorite destinations – is three minutes from our community. With several malls are in the immediate area, we typically take residents shopping two or three times a month. Every Friday we go to our local Wal-Mart, just east of the Music City Shopping Center, and all of the great eating spots in this section of Odessa are close by. In addition, two hospitals – Odessa Regional Medical Center and Medical Center Hospital – are within five miles and several physician offices and skilled nursing centers are in the neighborhood.
A Wonderful Selection
Just two stories, our retirement community offers 80 spacious senior apartments, including studios, alcoves and one-bedroom units. All apartments include a small kitchenette with refrigerator and microwave, a private bathroom (some are wheelchair accessible) and are decorated in lovely warm colors that get many compliments. Our cozy library, with its grand piano, is a wonderful place to relax and listen to music by the fireside. A spacious, elegant dining room includes a smaller private dining area for residents to enjoy meals with family and friends. Upstairs, residents can watch movies, enjoy conversation and play games in the living room, which offers a large-screen TV, the perfect spot for such annual events as our Super Bowl parties. Our Coca-Cola room is another perfect place for social gatherings, and for the convenience of residents, we have our own chapel and beauty salon. We also have a small garden out front and tables nearby for our smokers.
Strong, Caring Professional Relationships
We have developed strong partnerships with several local home health agencies. Most of our residents choose to use physical, occupational and speech therapists provided by the agencies with which we work on a regular basis because they trust us and trust that we’ll make sure they get the best care possible. Of course, they are welcome to bring in therapists with whom they’ve worked in the past – it’s always their choice. Nurses Unlimited also comes to our community on a regular basis to provide a variety of nursing services, from setting up walkers and refilling oxygen tanks to giving residents their insulin shots if they are unable to do it themselves. In addition, a local physician makes house calls when those residents who are his patients need medical care.
Facility I.D. #000-747
Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful, Active Lifestyle
From playing cards, bingo or domino to taking in a show at the Music City Hall to shopping trips to our local malls, our residents can take full advantage of all the activities we have planned. Groups of local school children and volunteers from Odessa often come in to sing for residents. We have a regular exercise program led by our full-time activities director. Visiting pastors from different denominations hold church services here on Saturdays and Sundays. We also do everything we can to make every holiday special. On Valentine’s Day, we had a “make-over” day, thanks to several Mary Kay representatives donating their time to do our ladies makeup and share tips on cosmetics. This past Christmas, residents were treated to a wonderful horse-drawn carriage ride around the neighborhood to see the Christmas lights. And of course, we had a big traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Families are always invited to all of our holiday meals.
Partnering with the Local Neighborhood Community
We look forward to having our next open house, to which we invite area home health agencies to set booths with information about their services. We also periodically have “tea parties,” during which senior groups from our local churches join residents for tea and treats.
Three meals a day are served restaurant style – for breakfast, residents are served made-to-order eggs, bacon, toast, oatmeal and cereal. Lunch is our main meal of the day, during which residents are always offered a main entrée or an alternative choice. Dinner features a lighter fare, including soups, salads and sandwiches. Snacks are always available between meals, including appropriate snacks for our residents with diabetes. We can always bring snacks right to our residents’ apartments.