Long-Term Care in Beaumont, TX

Providing excellence through skilled nursing in Beaumont.

Should you or your loved one’s medical circumstances change, you don’t have to navigate those changes alone. Calder Woods is here to give you peace of mind with 24-hour compassionate long-term care. We offer two distinct long-term care options to best fit your needs: The Haven and The Cottages.

The Haven

The Haven, our original on-site skilled nursing facility, provides expert care to residents in need of a long-term nursing arrangement or a short-term rehab stay. The person-centered environment prioritizes a resident’s needs and dignity. We focus on the whole person regardless of their ability.

The Cottages

The Cottages are Calder Woods’ newest senior long-term care offering, comprised of two separate buildings—the Neches Cottage and the Magnolia Cottage. The Cottages utilize a unique approach to memory care including a smaller resident-to-staff ratio. Here, residents are encouraged to take part in preparing meals and planning activities.

Long-Term Care Amenities & Services

Residents at both The Haven and The Cottages enjoy access to these services and amenities:

  • Chaplain and activities director
  • Laundry and housekeeping services
  • On-site beauty and barber shops
  • Religious programming
  • Free Wi-Fi and cable
  • Community dining
  • Chef-prepared meals

In addition, Calder Woods long-term care staff work tirelessly to provide expert medical care. Medical services include:

  • 24 hour on-staff nurses, and nurse aids and medication aids
  • Music therapy
  • Personalized wellness programs
  • Specialized dietician services
  • Wound care program

Schedule a Virtual Tour of our Long-Term Care Facility in Beaumont, TX

To learn more about long-term care services at Calder Woods, call 409.861.1123 today.

“Not only is Calder Woods beautiful and well-maintained, but the total atmosphere is warm, friendly and family-oriented. Our two years here have been more than we could have desired and anticipated.”

– Ray and May Ann Martino, Calder Woods Residents

A long-term care ombudsman helps residents of a nursing facility and residents of an assisted living facility resolve complaints.

Help provided by an ombudsman is confidential and free of charge.

To speak with an ombudsman, a person may call the toll-free number 1-800-252-2412.