Buck and Terri Buckholtz, the owners of Assisted Living by Unlimited Care Cottages, have recently announced the reopening of their personal care location in Kingwood at 1714 Chestnut Ridge. The Buckholtzes originally established the cottage in 2010 and completely renovated it after Tropical Storm Imelda last fall.
“After totally remediating and doing a major remodeling of the home, our Kingwood personal care home is now better and brighter than ever before with a more open concept and extensive enhancements and improvements,” explained Buck Buckholtz. “We are excited to have reopened its doors to continue providing quality care with the comforts of a home environment.”
The Kingwood cottage is licensed to accommodate up to ten residents in either private or companion rooms and has three large ADA-approved bathrooms. It features a large common area, dining area, media room, and a swimming pool. The 3,800-square-foot home is situated on a large corner lot with a circular driveway and covered entry, and it has beautiful backyard views of the Kingwood Cove Golf Club. Easily accessible from Interstate 69 off Kingwood Drive, it is located in the neighborhood of Forest Cove Estates.
The Buckholtzes own and operate nine fully-licensed assisted living cottages throughout the areas of The Woodlands, Spring, Oak Ridge North, Willis, and Kingwood. Terry and Buck founded Assisted Living by Unlimited Care Cottages over 20 years ago in 1998. Each home maintains the highest level of safety precautions in adherence with the CDC’s COVID-19 recommendations.
Each cottage offers a unique, cozy, homelike alternative to larger, more traditional assisted living communities or nursing homes for families in need of care for an aging parent, family member, or friend. Staffed 24/7 by full-time live-in care partners, the cottage boasts a high staff-to-resident ratio for the caregiving industry. Private and companion rooms are offered for residents whose needs range from minimum to maximum care with assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, transferring, and medication reminders.
Transitional care for elderly patients who need extra help after a lengthy stay in the hospital or a rehabilitation center, as well as temporary respite care is also offered as space is available.
Cottage residents enjoy home-cooked meals and as well as sitting out on one of the porches. They can also participate in activities, such as music therapy, and they have access to volunteer services, on-site visiting physician services, home health, and hospice services. Other services, such as hair and nail care, are also provided for the residents.
Terry Buckholtz added, “Over the last 20 years, my husband and I have worked together with our talented and caring team to build a successful and reputable assisted living option for the communities we serve. Our privately owned and operated personal care homes offer local families a unique alternative that is often an ideal fit for loved ones who need an enhanced level of care. We are excited to renew our presence in Kingwood where we have built so many wonderful relationships over the years.”
For more information about Assisted Living by Unlimited Care Cottages, visit UnlimitedCareCottages.comor call 713-419-2609.