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LiveOak Living

Welcome to LiveOak. Nestled on 8 beautiful, tree-covered acres just outside of San Marcos, Texas, LiveOak is a small residential program offering person-centered support for adults living with brain injuries and other cognitive disabilities. At LiveOak we see each of our residents as the unique individuals they are. Our goal is for all of our residents to live life to the fullest and experience well-being in their everyday living.

A Different Kind of Assisted Living in Texas

Person-centered support calls for including the resident in decision making at all levels. The core principles of person-centered support include:

  • Empowerment for each resident
  • Providing the resident with maximum choice
  • Emphasizing respect in all interactions
  • Promoting positive and meaningful relationships
  • Embracing a community of unique individuals who all have a sense of belonging and purpose

A major component of person-centered care is choice. Our residents may choose to participate in numerous activities that interest them personally, such as volunteering in the community, becoming involved with a church community, or joining the local activity center. Recreational outings are also a regular part of life, including bowling, going to a movie or coffee shop or dining at restaurants.

Learn more about our unique assisted living program for those with cognitive disabilities.

To see if Live Oak is right for you or your loved one, contact us or learn more about admissions into our active residential program.

In addition, we have two other living programs:

SanMarcos Community Living Program: A small residential home and independent living program for adults with brain injury, mental illness or other cognitive disability.

RidgeOak Living Community: A residential home in Austin, TX that assists adults living with mental illness or other cognitive disabilities.

 

 

A program as unique as the individual.

LiveOak is a small residential program offering person-centered support for adults living with brain injuries and other cognitive disabilities.