• Check out our pet therapy ranch animals! A truly unique way to use reminiscence therapy.

  • We believe in supporting a strong community. Find out how we give.

  • Find out about our upcoming seminars on caregiver support, long-term care, Alzheimer's and other dementias.

  • Questions to ask when selecting an Alzheimer's assisted living facility.

Living Beyond Alzheimer’s

Georgetown Living started with the notion of creating a truly unique assisted living experience specifically tailored for those with Alzheimer’s Disease. A continual theme of unique and personal care is carried throughout each facet of our residences in Georgetown, including creating peace of mind for the families of our residents. Our Assisted Living Facilities sit on 15 acres of countryside in Georgetown, Texas and are family owned and operated.

The limited number of residents and the highest staffing ratio in the region allows for maximum social interaction, as well as ensuring that resident care is our primary focus. Contact us today about our Alzheimer’s Assisted Living Facilities.

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Unparalleled Dementia Community

Read About the Georgetown Living Experience

Our communities located in Georgetown, Texas are an entirely unique Alzheimer’s Assisted Living experience located just north of Austin.We have blended modern amenities with an expertise in dementia care all set within the soothing Texas countryside.

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Specialized In-Home Dementia Care

Read About the Georgetown Living's In-Home Care Experience

Not ready for a full-time community? Georgetown Living provides in-home care services for you and your loved one, including the first and only Medicare-accredited Home Health agency associated with a local Alzheimer’s and dementia facility.

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Georgetown Living In the News


As Seen On DailyRx.com

Our unique approach to pet therapy and how it pertains to dementia care was recently highlighted by DailyRX.com, a leading national medical news site. Everybody did a wonderful job on camera!

KEYE TV Interview

Our co-founder and director Char Hu, discusses new study about lack of sleep contributions to Alzheimer’s development.

 

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