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Make Sure Your Loved One Is in Good Hands

Nursing home facility in Grand Saline, TX

Your loved one is aging, and you’re beginning to wonder if it’s a good idea for them to live alone. Consider a nursing facility where they can have daily access to home-cooked meals, activities and the social interaction they need to keep their mind active. Anderson Nursing Center may be the place for your loved one. We are a nursing home located in Grand Saline, TX dedicated to helping your elder live their best life. In 2012 Anderson Nursing Center was awarded a VA contract with the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Dallas. Anderson Nursing Center is very proud to be involved in the care of our veterans who sacrificed so much for our country, We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Private Pay, VA and most private insurance options for your convenience.

Schedule a visit today by calling 903-962-4234.

3 signs your loved one should move into a nursing home

It may be scary to consider admitting your loved one into a nursing home, but it’s much more frightening considering how dangerous and difficult their life may be alone. Here are three signs it may be time to take your loved one to an assisted care facility:

  1. You are worried about their health or safety
  2. Your loved one cannot prepare meals on their own
  3. Your loved one needs assistance completing daily activities

Call 903-962-4234 now to learn more about our facility.

Trust the number one-rated nursing center in Van Zandt County

Anderson Nursing Center is a small nursing home located in Grand Saline, TX. We have been in operation since the sixties, and many of our staff members have been working with us for over 20 years. We are a five star-rated facility, and we are dedicated to providing your loved one with a great quality of life. We keep our facility small to pay closer attention to our residents and to maintain a family friendly atmosphere.

Choose Anderson Nursing Center to be the place where your loved one can live confidently.
 
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