Independent Living Activity Calendar Independent Living Newsletter
Many pricing options are available for independent living. Some rental apartments are leased with a month-to-month rate. Other homes require a monthly maintenance fee and an entry fee which is partially refunded when the home is vacated.
Services and Amenities
- Manicured lawns, lots of trees, water features, seasonal plants
- Walking paths
- Activity buildings
- Private patio or balcony in most residences
- Full kitchen with major appliances furnished and maintained
- Transportation to routine medical appointments
- Group outings to theater, shopping and restaurants
- Housekeeping and janitorial services
- Interior and exterior maintenance
- Emergency call systems in residences and 24-hour security patrol
- Library and computer center
- Weekly computer classes taught by knowledgeable residents
- Eight free days in the infirmary with doctor’s orders
- Covered parking for apartments
- One-car or two-car garages for homes
- Assistance bars and elevated commodes
- Lunch and dinner are available in the Dining Room. Breakfast and lunch are available in the Wildcatter’s Grill.
- The Village Pantry convenience store
- Beauty/barber shop
- FMH Foundation Medical Clinic at Manor Park
- ProvideRX pharmacy serves residents and employees
- Resident services specialists, music minister and chaplain
- Wellness Center featuring state-of-the-art fitness equipment
- Dog Park
- Complimentary coffee bars throughout the campus
- Basic extended cable TV, water, sewer and trash pick-up
- Electricity for rental apartments
- Group rate discount on electricity for homes
Independent Living Frequently Asked Questions
- Q: What is a Life Plan Community? A: A Life Plan Community (LPC), formerly referred to as Continuum Care Retirement Community (CCRC), is a community that offers different levels of living and care for residents’ changing needs. Many residents may enter Independent Living but as their needs change, they may move to assisted living, memory care or skilled nursing without leaving the community and those they have come to know. The minimum age for Independent Living is age 62. For married couples at least one spouse must be age 62.
- Q: What is the difference between for-profit and not-for-profit? A: A not-for-profit senior living community is usually based from a religious or charitable foundation. Revenue received for services and housing is reinvested to maintain or improve the community’s lifestyle, physical plant, offered services and staffing–and to support the charitable organization. For-profit communities are priced to ensure the stakeholder, investors and/or managers receive a certain percentage of the revenue.
- Q: If I have a home and can stay in it, why would I want to move to Independent Living? A: The better question is, why wouldn’t you? You have the privacy and comfort of your own residence – and so much more. You don’t have to worry about any home maintenance, inside or outside your residence: We take care of it all, from lawn upkeep and landscaping to leaky faucets and light bulb replacement. You will appreciate having regularly scheduled housekeeping and choice of dining venues with delicious meals we prepare (and we do the dishes!). You have activities, numerous amenities, and great neighbors just outside your door. It’s a lifestyle that lets you live life to its fullest! The minimum age for Independent Living is age 62. For married couples at least one spouse must be age 62.
- Q: Will I have a voice in my community? A: Residents are encouraged to actively participate in decisions that affect programming, dining, activities and outings. The community’s Resident Council is a vital part of community life, and residents are encouraged to participate.
- Q: What kinds of homes are available? A: There are more than 35 different floor plans in Independent Living, ranging in sizes from one-bedroom apartments up to three-bedroom homes. Some have covered parking spaces reserved for the resident and others have one-car or two-car garages. Apartments and homes become available from time to time.
- Q: Can my grandchildren, family, and friends visit me? A: Your guests are always welcome and are invited to indulge in many of Manor Park amenities with you – including recreational activities, dining and educational events. A guest room is available for residents to rent for visitors.
- Q:What will my monthly fee cover? A:The monthly fee covers the full range of services, including:
+ Full interior and exterior maintenance of your residence.
+ Landscaping service.
+ A rich calendar of in-house and off campus events.
+ Weekly housekeeping.
+ On-site Security with emergency call systems in each residence.
+ Medical transportation services.
+ Liability and property insurance on the building (not including personal property).
+ All community amenities and much more.
To learn more call the Marketing Office - (432) 699-3414
Please contact our Marketing Department for more information about Independent Living.
Manor Park Marketing Department
2208 N. Loop 250 West
Midland, TX 79707
Toll Free: (800) 523-9898
Would You Like to Learn More?
We encourage you to visit with a Manor Park staff member to review our assisted living options today. Call (432)689-9898 or contact us online to arrange a tour.
Please note that our assisted living and memory support communities do not accept Medicaid.