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Established in 1962, Methodist Retirement Communities (MRC) now serves over 2,000 residents in 13 senior living communities, including College Station, Bryan, Huntsville, Lufkin, T...
Established in 1962, Methodist Retirement Communities (MRC) now serves over 2,000 residents in 13 senior living communities, including College Station, Bryan, Huntsville, Lufkin, Texarkana, La Porte, Corpus Christi, League City, and Fort Worth with a central office in The Woodlands. MRC is different from a for-profit in that there are NO shareholders behind the scenes making the tough calls. Instead, as a not-for-profit, accountability comes from a volunteer board of directors who are collectively and individually driven to serve because of their passion for the mission to make life good for Texas seniors. This distinction also means that any revenue that is produced at The Langford will go right back to The Langford to improve the lives of those who live there instead of lining the pockets of shareholders. The best part is, since our beginning, MRC has never asked a resident to leave because they outlived their resources through no fault of their own. That’s right, through generous donations we commit to supplement the financial needs of those who find themselves in need later in life. With decades of experience behind us you’ll find that the MRC difference is clearly seen when you walk in our doors, it’s felt when you meet our dedicated team and it’s known when you call an MRC community home.

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Paying for Senior Living

Paying for Senior Living

Added: 04.15.2022
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Non-Medical Home Care

Non-Medical Home Care

Added: 04.15.2022
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Your parent may need help with their activities of daily living, such as dressing, eating, bathing or using the bathroom. They may also need someone to cook meals, do laundry and keep their home clean, if they aren’t able to care for themselves in those ways anymore. And depending on their health status, they may need 24-hour supervision.
Types of Long Term Care

Types of Long Term Care

Added: 04.15.2022
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Whether your loved one needs skilled medical care or just a little help in a home-like setting, there are several options when it comes to long-term care.

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