Programming and Schedule

Residential and Day Programs

Our residential program offers full-time care to our live-in Ranchers in a Christ-centered loving home staffed by two families. During the week, our Residents participate in our day program. In the evenings or on the weekends you might see them on the McKinney square enjoying a meal at Harvest, playing a Special Olympics basketball game or singing karaoke with their favorite volunteers.

Our day program is offered Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Our “Ranchers” join together in activities such as art class, ceramics, candle and card making, education classes, life skills training, daily exercise, community outreach, and more.

To apply to either program, applicants must go through our admission process.

Cornerstone Ranch is a licensed Type A Assisted Living Facility through Texas Health and Human Services, #102733. A long-term care ombudsman helps 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.

Programming Pillars

Cornerstone’s programming is built on six pillars, all supporting our three core values:

  • Serving

    Each Cornerstone resident and day program participant is encouraged to develop their giftedness and find fulfillment through volunteering at local non-profits, living in community with one another, and participating in local church membership.

  • Developing Life Skills

    We help the residents and day program participants learn new skills, and reach their highest level of independence, as active participants in grocery shopping, home care, meal preparation and personal grooming.

  • Healthy Living

    Through a balanced diet, daily exercise and sports, our residents and day program participants stay healthy.

  • Learning

    Our residents and day program participants participate in classes to further develop their math, reading, and health management skills. We hold daily devotionals and Bible studies, with a focus on how to live Christian values.

  • Working

    In order to develop vocational skills, the residents and day programmers work a couple of hours per week in various enterprises, including making candles and jewelry.

  • Having Fun

    And of course, we have lots of fun together, both through organized and impromptu activities.