- Assisted Living
- Memory Care
Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for The Preston of the Park Cities?
A The phone number for The Preston of the Park Cities is: 469-904-1394.
Q Where is The Preston of the Park Cities located?
A The Preston of the Park Cities is located at 5917 Sherry Ln, Dallas, TX 75225
Q What is the internet address for The Preston of the Park Cities?
A The website (URL) for The Preston of the Park Cities is: https://parkcities.watermarkcommunities.com
Q How big is The Preston of the Park Cities?
A The Preston of the Park Cities employs approximately 20+ people.
Q What days are The Preston of the Park Cities open?
A The Preston of the Park Cities is open:
Thursday: 24 Hours
Friday: 24 Hours
Saturday: 24 Hours
Sunday: 24 Hours
Monday: 24 Hours
Tuesday: 24 Hours
Wednesday: 24 Hours
Q How is The Preston of the Park Cities rated?
A The Preston of the Park Cities has a 4.6 Star Rating from 20 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
The Preston of the Park Cities
Overall Rating( 20 Reviews )
Curtis Meadows Jr on Google
I want to end with lavish praise for the incredible effort your dining and kitchen staff did to make our 62nd anniversary celebration luncheon possible and amazing.
Being the typical male, I did not ask for their help until Thursday when our anniversary was only two days away. Furthermore, I asked for a special meal of steak and lobster for eight. Then I needed a cake with an anniversary inscriptionoh, and could we please have a special room. Later on being informed of what I had done, Patricia, accustomed to planning meals, asked me about my choice of salads, side dishes and/or soup. I gulped and replied, having never thought to ask for any of those items, I left that to the food staff to decide. The staff did choose beautifully and everyone present had a wonderful meal that we all praised as exceptional.
Now all of this came on top of the fact that another group was having a large luncheon at the same time, the serving staff was significantly weekend staff and the kitchen staff was limited. In spite of these challenges, the cook staff chose side vegetables sauted and a great salad. It was served impeccably and Johnny came in just to insure everything went right. It was a love fest between our family and your staff beginning with Kyle down to everyone else involved. Thank you and please thank them for doing so much for us, with only a brief window of time, with such considerable grace under pressure and with the professionalism you would expect in one of the finest restaurants anywhere.
Life is always uncertain and we never know how many more anniversary celebrations lie ahead for us but this one was and will remain exceptionally memorable all because the dining room staff, from top to bottom, all of them our friends, cared enough to make it so.
Gratefully, Curtis and Patricia Meadows
Bram van der Veen on Google
Michelle Collins on Google
I love how personal the staff is and how they treat the residents!
Ethan Kraus on Google
It is an honor to work for a community that commits to such a high level of compassion and care for our residents. The residents here are truly like family to us and Im proud to be a part of this communities team.
Paul Nipper on Google
The Preston is excellent assisted living care. Because of complications from neurological disease, I entered AL a generation early. Before I got to the Preston of the Park Cities, I had a very bad year finding a place to live. Due to a combination of persistent infections, unfortunate circumstances, a lack of prior knowledge about assisted living,and a lack of any prior knowledge or family experience with SNF and AL facilities, I had the misfortune to live in six such facilities, in 14 months beginning January 2022, all of them, poor quality by comparison. They were places that left me feeling very dark about my future prospects, I could not find a sense of peace or satisfaction or enjoyment in my soul. Is this all there is? Was a question that I asked myself and others over and over.
Not until I arrived at the Preston in the Park Cities did I find something starkly different:
1. Attitude: the vibe here consistently remains positive, optimistic and hopeful, on behalf of each resident and their particular misfortune that took them out of their home, which required assisted living.
2. Food: The approach to food is revolutionary in many respects; always many more options on each daily menu some are down home cooking, many are with an obvious, chef, inspired flair, plus a variety of more standard simpler meals, always available, the menu is obviously planned to create healthful diet alternatives. In short, food, here is extraordinary, especially by comparison with other AL facilities; each meal is fresh food with no evidence of cutting corners.
3. Caregivers: In my experience at the Preston, the caregiver staffers are consistently of a higher quality than the caregivers at other places, specifically involving attitude, skill, kindness, task memory, and the ability to anticipate/plan.
4. The facility is newer much quieter than most, very little wear and tear
5. They do an excellent job with activities, supported by a large number of staff, who interact personally with the residents and participate in the games and activities. Which makes the game or activity more accessible to a resident with greater needs and giving a cheerful presence to the activity. Universally, and all six of the other locations that I saw, this job got delegated to one person, frequently overworked/overtaxed, while the rest of the staff hid inside their offices.
In summary, the Preston fulfills the promise of personally caring for those of us that need assistance to a greater degree than I wouldve thought possible, particularly after my disappointing introduction to SNFs and ALs. The managerial staff here promotes and models to everyone on the staff a level of compassion, competency empathy, especially appreciate by direct contrast with my prior AL/SNF experiences.
The cost here is no more than I was paying at much lesser AL facilities.
I recommend that any person, considering an AL facility, insist on eating a meal at the place they are considering/interviewing; I wish I had done that previously. I am confident that the food and atmosphere here will commend you to the Preston, and that the other places, will speak for itself
Overall Rating( 20 Reviews )
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