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Nervous you won’t make friends? Unlikely! Afraid you’ll have to give up your hobbies? Not a chance. Get a glimpse into our community programming and what life is like living here by checking out our Facebook page. We frequently share what residents have been doing to stay active, involved, and living life to the fullest.

We would like to introduce our most cherished resident, #MyrtletheTurtle. A 3-toed box turtle, Myrtle found her way to our community and into our hearts. She’s bringing so much joy to our #MemoryCare neighborhood. This series will highlight the love and connection between animals and humans. We ...are excited to show you how Myrtle the Turtle is enriching the lives of our incredible residents.

Without further ado, Myrtle the Turtle: The Series🐢

For a woman whose life has been fueled by her adventurous spirit, being able to check off all 50 states from her travel list is a great accomplishment. Pat is a woman who moved quite frequently due to the nature of her husband’s job. Pat and her husband have visited every state except for one, ...Alaska.

Pat has a great passion for traveling as well as painting. So, it came as no surprise when Pat said her @wishofalifetime was to travel to Alaska to take a painting class.

Thank you @wishofalifetime, for helping Pat and her daughter get to Alaska. They both attended an outdoor painting class and enjoyed every second of it!

The perfect way to beat the summer heat? A colorful Kona Ice! We had a great time tasting all the refreshing flavors. A special shoutout to our friends at Visiting Angels for sponsoring this COOL experience!

Here's to 103 years of memories and 103 years of life! You are special, and honor is due to all the great experiences life has given you. You've lived a FULL life and have brought so much joy to everyone that knows you.

Happy birthday 🎁🎉

We're smokin' the competition when it comes to our mixology game! We learned how to make a classic Old Fashioned. Thanks to the smoke gun, our drinks tasted smokin' hot 😉

Hear From Residents and Family of The Enclave at Round Rock Senior Living!

beverly mitchellbeverly mitchell
18:35 20 Jul 22
My parents have been residents here for close to 2 years now. They moved in during the pandemic. There have been several protocols, and safety measures that have been in place and I think that is great and gives me peace of mind. I love that my parents don't have to worry about their meals and their apartment layout is really nice. There are activities for them to do and the staff & friends look for you if they haven't seen you in a while.*My one complaint is this: my parents have a system for if/when they leave the facility. Part of the protocol is that residents must sign out and back in. For my parents where one is on a walker, and the other with heart problems, it can be exhausting to have to walk down to the front desk to sign out, walk to their car, run their errands, have to sign back in, walk or drive back to their apartment, if there's groceries, all the carrying and lifting that goes with it. There was a director that used to allow for calling down to the front desk to check out. But that has since been eliminated for whatever reason. I'm just asking for the director to consider your residents who it may take a lot of energy to do regular daily activities, why require them to do strenuous & mandatory procedures that are inconvenient to them? Shouldn't the goal be to make the stay comfortable and enjoyable to them? When issues are brought up in town hall meetings, the response is "that's just how it is" or "we can't change it". Listen to your residents and make an effort to meet their needs, not your own.
The accommodations, atmosphere, food is great although breakfast is my main meal. My great-grandson loves it also.
Kathleen KayteeayKathleen Kayteeay
00:20 06 Apr 22
My husband and I visited the Enclave in Round Rock and spoke with Amanda Rodriguez, the Sales Representative . She was very helpful and informative. She answered all my questions and added information I had not thought to ask. Love the Waiting List they have set up.The facility and grounds are open, airy, bright and cheery. The apartments are lovely, spacious and efficiently laid out. The Bistro and Restaurant are beautiful. The food and all menu choices sound delish. The classes sound interesting and fun as well. Everyone is active.The price is quiet reasonable with all that is included. The Enclave is set up for a smooth transition to Assisted Living should that need arise. This is a lovely place to start the next phase of life.
Dyneshea GreerDyneshea Greer
19:42 11 Jun 21
I am a professional and I have not physically visited this community. But I had the best interaction with Camille, The Sales Representative. She truly shows how interested she is in providing the best care for seniors. She has a heart of gold. Hang on to this one Enclave!
Roger HawkinsRoger Hawkins
17:53 06 Oct 20
My elderly mother recently moved into The Enclave at Round Rock and really likes both the facility and the people. Great communication from them before, during, and after the move which was important to me as I live out of state. Cheerful, helpful people give me peace of mind that my mother is well taken care of!
Vickie HansonVickie Hanson
16:02 07 Jul 20
I’m so glad I chose this place! They have been so wonderful to me and my family!
02:39 15 Oct 19
Very nice place! Reminds us of a classy hotel. My mother-in-law found her step again with all the activities and socializing. She's always doing something now and when we stop by she's out and about! The staff is wonderful and very friendly! It has been a very positive experience. I'm very happy that she's happy! Thank you!