Retirement at Reunion Court of Kingwood means you can choose how to spend your time and no longer worry about the hassles of maintaining a home.
Our worry-free lifestyle means team members handle all of the maintenance and housekeeping tasks. You can lock the door to your apartment to embark on your dream vacation or to go volunteer for your favorite local charity. Whatever your dream, you’ll have freedom and time to pursue it. Residents also have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities and events each day. From outings to nearby cultural destinations to on-site art classes and craft workshops, there’s something to meet every interest here.
We approach Assisted Living care in a friendly and engaging manner. Our goal is to create an environment that supports your loved one’s, an older adult’s, desire to remain safely independent while they live a purposeful life.
Our Assisted Living apartments offer each Resident an ability to maintain their privacy but with the peace of mind that comes from knowing help is always nearby. This combination gives older adults the confidence they need to stay connected and engaged.
Safety and security are vital when a senior has Alzheimer’s disease or a similar form of dementia. But it’s also essential to create a warm, welcoming environment that honors the older adult’s personal story. Our Memory Care community does all that and more.
Our Symphony of Life® program is a special program that recognizes the unique needs of each Resident, as well as their life experiences.
With a commitment to providing exceptional care and creating a rewarding lifestyle, your loved one will be happy to call Reunion Court of Kingwood “a safe, friendly and engaging place.”
Learn more about our exceptional community when you call 281-357-9299. We look forward to visiting with you and sharing more about “The Place Where Seniors Thrive!
Melody, our Executive Director, sees her leadership role in senior living as a lifelong calling. As a young 8-year old, she would join her Uncle Glenn, a pastor, on visits after church to nursing homes in Detroit. There she would watch how her uncle affected and enriched the lives of those seniors, which sparked her interest and opened her heart to doing the same as a career. It’s a dream that has continued in her career over the past 35 years.
As a Certified Assisted Living Manager and former Nursing Home Administrator, Melody’s career path has proven so valuable to our community staff and the families we serve. She is responsible for the day-to-day operations and serves with a strong focus on resident, family and staff satisfaction. “My goal is to continue serving seniors for as long as God allows,” Melody says. Her sincere love, respect and appreciation of everyone in our community shines forth and serves as her daily motivation.
Melody is blessed with a wonderful daughter and five amazing grandchildren.
Santresa keeps Reunion Court running smoothly by assisting with our daily community operations with an organized mind that loves to read! In fact, Santresa began her work career as an engineer, but fell in love with senior living while working as a caregiver in Colorado. She loves to ask residents questions and learn about their lives as children.
That natural curiosity keeps her growing and looking for innovative ways to serve residents. Santresa is a wife, mother and grandmother to a close-knit family. She loves to joke, “My husband thinks he’s a comedian - he clearly isn’t but we all go with it.”
“Compassionate” is the word that others use to describe our Marketing Director Scott. He has a passion for serving others and brings that to his role at Reunion Court, giving tours and helping families find the best living situation for their loved one.
Scott has worked in senior living since 2010 and has three children and a grandson. He finds joy in travel and time with family, and he lives by two ideals: “Treat others the way you want to be treated,” and “Enjoy the journey!”
As our Resident Care Director, Qiana comes to work every day with a smile on her face and empathy in her heart. When relating to residents, her care philosophy is “putting ourselves in their shoes.” She’s especially mindful of residents who don’t receive many visitors and loves to give them a hug make them feel cared for and at home.
Qiana has been a licensed nurse for more than 25 years and manages our clinical staff. At the age of 16, she became a Certified Nurse Assistant, advancing to LVN at age 19, became IV Certified in 1999, a Director of Staff Development in 2009, and MDS Coordinator Certification in 2013. After working most of her career in California, she moved to Texas in 2021 and loves the peace and beauty our state provides. Qiana is married and is blessed to share seven children with her husband!
Ina oversees our memory care staff and understands that every day is different with dementia. For anyone who serves this unique demographic, her advice is to have a C.U.P. (Compassion, Understanding, Patience). She leads by example in listening to Residents’ stories, going through photo albums, and encouraging them to engage in activities every day.
Ina started out on the data entry side of memory care, and her heart was touched to move to a caregiving role. She earned her nursing credentials in 2010 and has a supportive husband and three teenagers.
Stephanie works behind the scenes, handling all of our paperwork and billing, but has a big heart for seniors and also enjoys talking with residents every day. In addition, she recruits and trains new employees at Reunion Court.
If you want to see Stephanie light up, you can ask her about her Star Wars toy collection or vintage shopping - or her supportive husband and daughters!
Cathy is privileged to “bring the joy and fun into our resdents’ daily lives” as Reunion Court’s Activities Director. It’s the best, most rewarding job she’s ever had. Whether it’s playing balloon volleyball or organizing our weekly ice cream social, Cathy loves to see smiles on faces.
Cathy has been married for 33 years and has four grown children and four grandchildren. She loves to volunteer at church, cook and sew.
Liz organizes all the fun activities for our independent residents, like Trivia night and field trips. Liz started working at Reunion Court in 2013 as a housekeeper, and fell in love with the community and residents. In 2020 she became the Activities Director and feels blessed to have found such a wonderful community to serve.
Originally from Houston, Liz is a mother and grandmother.
Samuel keeps Reunion Court clean and in working order. Whether he’s changing a light bulb or helping with Housekeeping, he says it’s “more than a job, it’s a career I love.” Samuel served in the United States Army as a logistics specialist, and took those skills into a maintenance career. He has a wife and three kids, and volunteers leading Bible studies with teens in his spare time.
Financial Guide: For more information on the costs of senior housing and care, how to build a budget and creative funding solutions, download our Financial Solutions Guide!
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.