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The walls are up

Construction progresses steadily on Eagle’s Trace extended care neighborhood

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April 24th, 2012

With the opening of its new extended care neighborhood scheduled for late 2012, Eagle s Trace recently hosted a luncheon for prospective residents to get a first-hand look at the community s growth. The new neighborhood will offer four levels of care: short-term rehabilitation, assisted living, skilled nursing care, and memory care. The new extended care neighborhood will be an important component of the robust and integrated health care offerings on campus, says Ben Cornthwaite, executive director of Eagle s Trace. It will enable us to offer the full continuum of care to residents when and where they need it. Sam and Jo Ann Power attended the luncheon. Their Sugarland-area house sold two days prior to the luncheon, and they were in the midst of making preparations to move to their new apartment at Eagle s Trace (they have since moved in). Sam and I have been waiting for the right time to move, says Jo Ann. When we found out that the new extended care neighborhood was under construction, that was absolutely the turning point for us.