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21006 72nd Ave W
Caretypes Provided: Alzheimer’s Memory Care
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Cedar Creek Memory Care Community is located in the picturesque community of Edmonds, Snohomish County, Washington. The town of Edmonds is just 11 miles north of Seattle and has become known as a great place to raise a family, start your adult life, or even to retire. Our community is located just a stone's throw away from the city of Lynnwood Municipal Golf Course and the beautiful Yost Park. Cedar Creek is a great option for you or a loved one because they have a very dedicated staff. They know that many senior adults value their independence but sometimes living alone can become increasingly difficult. That is why the staff is focused on meeting the needs of all of the residents in this community. They have a nursing service available for every resident, services for mobility assistance, medication management, assistance for those who have diabetes, and they offer activities and exercise programs seven days a week. Although we have the most dedicated staff around, our community is much more than a location for an individuals to go to require. We have many activities and amenities for our residents to consider, including the following:
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Cedar Creek Memory Care (Opening Summer 2017)
"We want to extend our deepest appreciation and respect to you
for the total efficiency you have displayed in such a short period
to resolve a lot of our immediate worries and placement concerns.
I would have spent days, maybe weeks, getting to the point
of where we are now in trying to place Mom in a better environment
had it not been for our fortunate contact with you."
Larry, Found Assisted Living in Seattle, WA
"The countless hours you saved us, the
deliberations you aided and observations you confirmed or clarified
could not have been achieved without you."
Evelyn W., Found Adult Family Home in Seattle, WA
Call Now (866) 333-2174
When: 7/7/2017 at 1 pm until 4 pm
Where: My Sister's Place
Tailored to stimulating the mind, body and spirit while striving to maintain a person’s sense of self-worth, achievement and quality of life.
Recreational interventions provide a welcome change to resident’s established daily routines. Senior Activity Solutions gives people an opportunity to stay active, reduce boredom, fight depression, strengthen confidence, and interact with others. Activities are most beneficial when they reflect an individuals interest, lifestyle, are enjoyable and help the person to feel useful, and provide a sense of belonging.
WHO: Presented by the Cedar Creek team in collaboration
with Senior Activity Solutions
Contact: Nan Fullmer, at (425) 582-1053
When: 7/14/2017 at 1 pm until 4:30 pm
When: 7/21/2017 at 9:30 am until 12:30 pm
Where: Swedish Hospital Edmonds, 4th floor Conference Room 21601 76th Ave W., Edmonds, WA
Dementia, depression, and delirium are among the most common psychiatric disorders seen with older adults, complicated by the very real possibility of having a combination of these issues, or even all three simultaneously. A cascade of negative outcomes can result
from any combination of these disorders and can greatly impact quality of life and even mortality. Therefore, quick and accurate diagnosis is essential for proper intervention.
Contact: Sylvia Rinehart, at (425) 301-6425
When: 7/21/2017 at 1 pm until 4 pm
When: 7/25/2017 at 4:30 pm until 7:30 pm
Where: My Sister’s Place: 8304 212th Street SW, Edmonds 98026
It’s challenging enough caring for someone you love. When dementia,
delirium, or depression are present, how can you tell them apart? What should you do and how can you help? Karin Taifour has a master’s degree and certificate in geriatric mental health and works with older adults and families throughout Puget Sound to figure out what’s puzzling them.
For mental health professionals, this training has been approved for 3 CEUs for Washington State licensed Mental Health Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Social Workers. WMHCA Provider #1708.
When: 7/28/2017 at 1 pm until 4 pm
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