Welcome to C. C. Young Senior Living
At C. C. Young, our vision is to enhance the quality of life for all we serve. We strive to create life-enriching experiences for our residents to celebrate life every day. Our campus is located on 20 acres near Dallas’ White Rock Lake and offers the following for seniors: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing, In & Out-Patient Rehabilitation, Home Healthcare, Home Services, Hospice, Respite Care, and supportive dementia daytime care in our Adult Day Center. The Vista building is currently under construction and will transform senior care in the fall of 2018 through forward-thinking design, programs and technology. Additionally, The Point and Pavilion in the heart of our campus offers creative, educational and fitness opportunities for residents and the general public. Our Community Services program offers Home Healthcare, Home Services and Hospice for other seniors wherever they call home.
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C. C. Young Blog
- C. C. Young Launches Grief Support Group For All - By Rev. Raelynn Scott, Hospice Chaplain and Bereavement Coordinator We all know that a regular part of life is dealing with the loss of loved ones. But logic doesn’t seem to make these hurts any easier, especially when someone dearly … Continue reading
- Aging Eyes - Note to Readers: In 2016, our state association for non-profit senior living and senior care facilities, called LeadingAge Texas, hosted an art and writing contest called “ArtsInspire.” This article won in the prose selection. The author, Lydia Blanchard, age 78 … Continue reading
- Observations on Life - – from a senior living community! C. C. Young, Dallas, TX As we grow older and wiser, we slowly realize that whether we wear a $300 or $30 watch, they both tell the same time. Whether we carry a $300 … Continue reading
- History of Memorial Day - The practice of decorating soldiers’ graves with flowers is an ancient custom. Soldiers’ graves were decorated in the U.S. before and during the American Civil War. A claim was made in 1906 that the first Civil War soldier’s grave ever … Continue reading
- Young ‘Uns’ Frances Jones’ tenure as big as her heart - Submitted by Special Contributor Lisa Geyer Frances Jones’ volunteer work at C. C. Young started out like many others. She was coerced to provide supplemental help with something she knew little about: in this case, a residents-only choir group called … Continue reading
- 8 Ways to Thrive in Midlife and Beyond - June 7, 2016 from the website: www.livehappy.com Article written and submitted by Sandra Bienkowski Sandra is a regular contributor to Live Happy and the founder and CEO of TheMediaConcierge.net Growing older brings wisdom, experience and confidence. American society values beauty … Continue reading
- Sous Vide - Leny Longo, CEC, CCA Corporate Executive Chef “Sous vide” is French for “under vacuum” and refers to the process of vacuum-sealing food and cooking it in a temperature controlled water bath. However, that’s a bit of a misnomer. You don’t … Continue reading
- Nutrition Advice - Kara Emig, RD Christian Living Communities, Denver, Colorado “Coconut Oil – The New Oil of Choice!” “Low Carb – the Best Way To Lose Weight!” “Why You Should be Eating Acai Berries – the New Cure-All!” We are constantly inundated … Continue reading
- Healthy Eating Habits Around the World - Kelsey Schoenbacher, MS, RD, LD MRC The Crossings, League City, Texas Eating habits are shaped by culture and healthy eating habits are different around the world. French culture views food as associated with pleasure, not health. Mealtimes are an opportunity … Continue reading
- ‘Granny Tax’ Legislation Targets Dallas Area Seniors - DALLAS/FT. WORTH – March 14, 2017 – A group of non-profit area health care providers are concerned that legislation in the Texas legislature will tax large numbers of elderly in nursing homes. Known as the Granny Tax, Senate Bill 1130 … Continue reading
- Spices and Their Effect on Health - Chesney King Villas at Sunny Acres, Thornton, CO In this day and age we have all become more conscious about the food we put into our bodies. This is not a new trend. People have been studying the effects of … Continue reading
- History of TAPS Legend - Submitted and read by C. C. Young Resident, Art Mueller It all began in 1862 during the Civil War, when Union Army Captain Robert Ellicombe was with his men near Harrison’s Landing in Virginia. The Confederate Army was on the … Continue reading
- Chaplain’s Chat: Hope for the Heart - By Rev. Raelynn Scott Hospice Chaplain and Bereavement Coordinator “HOPE FOR THE HEART”, is the name of our C. C. Young grief support group that will begin in February. One of the most difficult things about being a senior is … Continue reading
- Pastoral Care, Chapter 10: Live in The Spirit – Part 2 - Paul said to the Romans, “All who are led by the Spirit of God are children of God.” and “it is the Spirit Himself bearing witness with our spirit that we are children of God; and, if children, then heirs, … Continue reading
- Eating a Low Sodium Diet - James Kleiber The Medalions, Colorado Springs, Colorado Salt is an ingredient in just about every type of processed food or restaurant meal. So it’s no wonder most Americans are getting double or triple the amount of sodium they need each … Continue reading