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Home Place Special Care at Burlington

210 N Skagit St, Burlington, WA 98233

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HomePlace is a unique home-oriented Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Facility. We specialize in providing the highest quality of care to our resident's by employing caregivers and nurses who are kind, compassionate and educated to this level of care. We have 3 living areas with a total capacity for...

Where the Heart is

410 S Norris St, Burlington, WA 98233

(877) 616-7329

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Where the Heart is has been designed as four assisted-living neighborhoods within one building. Each community has three distinct living areas. A living room for visiting, television viewing or just relaxing, a dining room where three meals are served each day where unlimited beverages are always...

Creekside Continuing Care Community

400 Gilkey Rd., Burlington, WA 98233

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We are pleased to introduce to you Creekside, a Cascades Senior LivingContinuing Care community that offers independent retirement living,assisted living and memory care residents the distinction of living well.Located in the heart of scenic Skagit Valley, our community offers a relaxedand secure...

Ashley Gardens of Mount Vernon

3807 E. College Way, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

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Ashley Gardens of Mount Vernon is located in Mount Vernon, Washington. Settled along the foothills of the Cascade Mountain range, Ashley Gardens prides itself on providing the best care for seniors with memory loss. We strive to provide these services in an inviting atmosphere. Our seniors can...

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The Bridge at Mount Vernon

301 South LaVenture Rd, Mount Vernon, WA 98274

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The Bridge at Mount Vernon, Washington, provides an enriching retirement to seniors looking for an active assisted living community to make their home.Offering a variety of resort-style services and amenities, The Bridge at Mount Vernon works to ensure each resident receives the support and care...

Mountain Glen

1810 E Division St, Mount Vernon, WA 98274

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Mountain Glen Retirement Center is located in the heart of Skagit Valley and has successfully blended the elements of the Northwest to ensure a comfortable, secure and independent way of life. Our philosophy is to inspire creative, healthy, and active lifestyles to enrich the minds and bodies of...

Brookdale Fairhaven

2600 Old Fairhaven Parkway, Bellingham, WA 98225

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Not All Assisted Living Is Created EqualFor those looking for exceptional senior living in the Great Northwest, you need look no farther. Your future favorite senior living community provides assisted living for seniors in historic Bellingham, known for its vibrant art scene, historic waterfront...

Rosewood Villa

702 32nd St, Bellingham, WA 98225

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Brookdale Stanwood

7212 265th Street Northwest, Stanwood, WA 98292

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It's time to start enjoying the carefree lifestyle you deserve and at our continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Stanwood, Wash., each new day opens up a whole realm of possibilities. All you need to do is choose. From independent living and assisted living to memory care, the transition...

Sapphire at Woodway

1712 E Maplewood Ave, Bellingham, WA 98225

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The moment you enter The Woodway Inn, you will feel welcome. All the amenities for your Independent or Assisted Living lifestyle are here in the comfort of this attractive and active retirement center. The Woodway Inn provides all the comforts of home and the convenience of a full service...

The Bellingham at Orchard Memory Care

848 West Orchard Drive, Bellingham, WA 98225

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The Bellingham at Orchard is a dedicated memory care community in Bellingham, Washington. Bellingham is a thriving city located a few hours north of Seattle and is the northernmost city in the United States. Boasting stunning scenic views, convenient access to Vancouver and Seattle, fine...

Spring Creek by Bonaventure

223 East Bakerview Road, Bellingham, WA 98226

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Looking for an exceptional senior living community?Well, you’ve found it. When you combine an exceptional lifestyle, ready-made friends and outstanding service, the result is what we callRetirement Perfected™Welcome to Bonaventure Retirement, Assisted Living & Memory Care Community Life is good...

Cordata Court

4415 Columbine Dr, Bellingham, WA 98226

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Cordata Court offers independent senior living, assisted living and memory care services in a luxury setting in the beautiful Bellingham, Washington area. Our campus is ideally located to take advantage of mountain views, nearby recreation in both Washington and Canada as well as many local...

Olympic Place Retirement and Assisted Living

20909 Olympic Place 55+, Arlington, WA 98223

(877) 616-7329

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Looking for an exceptional senior living community?Well, you’ve found it. When you combine an exceptional lifestyle, ready-made friends and outstanding service, the result is what we callRetirement Perfected™Welcome to Bonaventure Retirement and Assisted Living. Life is good here in our...

Cascade Valley

8400 207th Place NE, Arlington, WA 98223

(877) 616-7329

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The Pacific Northwest city of Arlington provides an ideal environment for residents of Cascade Valley assisted living community. Arlington offers rural, small town charm and an easy pace of life, yet is within convenient distance to metropolitan areas for those who appreciate having access to...

HomePlace Memory Care at Oak Harbor

171 SW 6th Ave, Oak Harbor, WA 98277

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Home Place Oak Harbor is a unique home-oriented Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Facility. We specialize in providing the highest quality of care to our resident's, by employing caregivers and nurses who are kind, compassionate and educated to this level of care. We have 3 living areas with a total...

Summer Hill

165 SW 6th Avenue, Oak Harbor, WA 98277

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Summer Hill is a beautiful assisted living facility with 24 hour staff who encourage and promote your independence. Located on Whidbey Island in the heart of Oak Harbor, we are within walking distance of churches, pharmacies and shopping plazas. Summer Hill offers an extensive activity calendar...

Regency on Whidbey

1040 SW Kimball Drive, Oak Harbor, WA 98277

(877) 616-7329

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Regency on Whidbey's assisted living options offer personalized assistance, supportive services and compassionate care in a professionally managed, carefully designed, retirement community setting. It's the perfect alternative for seniors who can no longer live on their own at home, yet don't...

Fields Senior Living at Smokey Point (Opening Fall 2021)

3607 169th S NE, Arlington, WA 98223

(877) 616-7329

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Louisa Place

2240 Main St., Ferndale, WA 98248

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Louisa Place is a small assisted living community with a big heart. At the core of our community is our wonderful staff who will go out of the way to meet the needs and wishes of each resident. We are located in the small town of Ferndale, Washington, just eight miles north of Bellingham. We are...

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Assisted Living in Sedro-Woolley Washington

What Is Assisted Living?

Today, there are more senior health care options than in the past. The level and kind of care a senior decides on depends largely on how much assistance she or he needs with their activities of daily living (ADLs). Assisted living is one kind of senior housing where occupants get support with ADLs such as washing, dressing, personal grooming, medication management, and more.

Assisted living is normally confused with skilled nursing care but the two types of senior care and attention are actually quite different. In a skilled nursing community, also known as a nursing home, residents receive nursing care 24 hours a day. In an assisted living community, residents typically have access to staff 24 hours per day, but the community offers amenities like activities and events while also encouraging a strong feeling of belonging in a far more active community setting.

The number of care options offered in assisted living may differ with some communities giving support for seniors with certain medical necessities such as cognitive impairment from Alzheimer s disease or a related kind of dementia, diabetes, or incontinence service. When it comes to choosing senior living in Sedro-Woolley, WA, there are numerous things to consider, from the amount of care and help and support to life style, location, and more. Here are the main types of senior living options available:

  • 55+ Apartments/Senior Apartments: Senior apartments have an age restriction of 55 or 62 and are just like apartments for people of all age ranges. Also referred to as age-restricted apartments, senior condos, and senior cottages, this is an ideal senior housing alternative for seniors who are independent but wish for extra security and neighbors who are from the same generation.
  • Independent Living: Similar to senior apartments, independent living is a senior housing alternative for seniors who are active but want to are in a community setting with various other seniors. Independent living typically has community activities, occasions, and excursions, and may sometimes have transitional programs for seniors who will in the long run need further health care in assisted living or memory care. This could have more of a community environment than senior apartments.
  • Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs): Continuing care retirement communities are retirement communities that provide a continuum of senior care services, including assisted living, memory care, and nursing home care. Commonly, a resident can spend the rest of his life in a CCRC or life plan community, moving between degrees of care as recommended.
  • Assisted Living: Made to give residents help with activities of daily living like washing, personal grooming, eating, prescription supervision and more, assisted living is an excellent option for seniors who desire a some assistance with the day to day. Offerings can vary significantly but ordinarily offer available around the clock staff to assist residents with needs and wants as they arise. Residents as well typically have a care program that is regularly monitored and adapted as requirements change over time.
  • Residential Care Home/Board and Care: This senior care choice includes homes in residential areas that have been modified to look after a small number of residents. Offering solutions very similar to assisted living communities, care homes specialize in offering personalized care in a far more home-like environment.
  • Memory Care: Specifically created for seniors with Alzheimer s disease or a related form of dementia, memory care can assist families look after loved ones even in the advanced stages of the condition. These communities are especially designed to make sure residents do not get lost or wander. In addition they offer dementia-friendly meal programs and life-enhancing activities that promote engagement and friendly connection.
  • Nursing Homes/Skilled Nursing communities: Nursing homes are reserved for people who require the highest level of 24- hour care, including those people who are bedridden. Nursing homes are also utilized by seniors for rehabilitation after a hospitalization.
  • Respite Care/Short-Term Stay Respite Care: Respite care refers to a short-term stay at a long-term care community. Respite care can also involve in-home caregiving services used for only a short period and often include adult daycare centers. Friends and family caregivers use respite services when they desire a rest or have other commitments that take them from their caregiving tasks.

Deciding which kind of senior health care and housing is most beneficial for you and someone you care about can be complicated. Get in touch with your doctor to ensure you are deciding on the right degree of care or contact our Senior Living Advisors who are experts in senior care and can also help you locate a senior care community that fits your needs.

What Services Are Available?

Generally, most assisted living communities give a selection of activities, amenities, meal plans, and transportation. Solutions offered in assisted living may differ greatly in each community. Other amenities often in assisted living include:

  • Fitness programs
  • House cleaning services, including linen services
  • Medicine monitoring
  • Personal care, including bathing and getting dressed
  • Social activities and excursions
  • 3 meals plus snacks per day
  • Transportation services

How Do I Tour Assisted Living communities?

It is highly recommended that you tour at least three to five assisted living communities before choosing the best one for you and your loved one. Touring some of the 45 communities in the region will help you uncover what options are available, and what your personal preferences are, and will ultimately help you make a decision about what is ideal for someone you care about. Call or contact A Place for Mom and we’ll help you set up a tour at your preferred community.

Below are a few of the top questions you should be ready to ask throughout your tour:

  • Are the current occupants friendly and cheerful?
  • Any kind of services not included in the monthly charge? If so, what are they and just how much will they cost?
  • Is a nurse available around the clock?
  • Is an initial assessment expected before entrance?
  • Will there be a courtyard or yard for residents to enjoy space outside?
  • Will there be a waitlist? If so, how long will it be before you can move in?
  • What exactly are your apartment housing alternatives?
  • What exactly are your billing and payment policies and procedures?
  • What does the exterior of the community look like? Is it neat and organized?
  • What is the staff-to-resident ratio? Are the staff members engaged? Friendly?
  • What’s your discharge guideline?
  • What’s your medication administration policy?
  • What kind of knowledge and training do your staff members possess?

Will Medicare Pay for Assisted Living?

Medicare can play an essential role in paying for some senior health care but before committing to any senior care option, it is essential to be aware of what Medicare can pay for – and what it will not.

It is necessary to notice that Medicare covers only short-term care. This means Medicare will not cover long-term nursing home admissions or senior living care. Additionally, Medicare typically does not cover memory care as the care needed for dementia is considered long-term care. To find out about Medicare benefits, download A Place for Mom s Medicare Resource Guide.

How Can I See Assisted Living Inspections and Rankings in Washington?

The state of Washington offers great access to its assisted living community records through its Washington State Department of Social and Health Services webpage. Available information includes certified assisted living communities that are kept up to date frequently, and information about assisted living licensing and violations.

Washington defines assisted living as â€Communities in a community setting where staff assumes responsibility for the safety and well-being of the adult’s To be licensed as assisted living in Washington, the community will need to have at least seven residents. Assisted living in Washington typically provides housing, meals, laundry, supervision, and varying degrees of senior care. Some assisted living communities offer more specialized look after seniors with mental health, developmental disabilities, or dementia.

How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Sedro-Woolley, WA?

Assisted living in Sedro-Woolley ranges from $0 to $0 per month. The average cost of assisted living in the state of Washington in 2018 was $5,135 monthly. Charges for assisted living communities may differ widely based on amenities, location, and services, so if the cost can be an issue, consider looking into close by suburbs and towns that might give you more versatility in your spending budget.

For more information on assisted living costs, visit A Place for Mom s Senior Living Cost Planner, based on the actual prices families pay when they move to assisted living in fact it is the only cost index of its kind.

How to Pay for Assisted Living

When considering the price tag on assisted living, it is necessary to see what’s included in your monthly expenses. While many families experience sticker shock when starting their hunt for senior living, after taking into consideration housing costs and regular utility bills, they may find that a switch to assisted living puts them financially ahead.

Regardless, how to have the funds for senior care can be an obstacle for care. Many families tend to pay for a move to assisted living through the sales of a house or personal savings, but for some people, this probably won’t be a possibility.

Listed below are three other options that will assist you to pay for assisted living:

  1. Life Insurance Policies: If the senior getting into assisted living includes a life insurance plan, you may be in a position to liquidate the plan and receive funds now to cover senior care costs. Different constraints and regulations apply depending on the kind of plan you have, so get in touch with a monetary advisor or eldercare attorney to determine more about your options.
  2. Reverse Mortgages: For senior couples who require different levels of care, a reverse mortgage can be a good way for just one spouse to move into assisted living while the other spouse remains at home. A reverse mortgage allows home owners aged 62 or older to borrow on their home equity. To find out more, call the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to find a reverse mortgage counseling agency near you.
  3. Veterans Benefits: Many veterans are not aware that they are qualified to receive senior care benefits. One often overlooked benefit is the Veterans Aid and Attendance, that has made it possible for a large number of families have the funds for assisted living. To qualify, veterans must be at least 65 years old and have served at least 3 months of active duty, with at least one day during what the Veterans Administration considers ‘active wartime periods . Qualifying widows and widowers of veterans can also be able to receive benefits. With the existing average age of U.S. veterans at 64 years old, it s worth it to discover if your loved one may be eligible for benefits. To learn more about benefits for veterans get in touch with the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs or visit

For more suggestions regarding how to finance your move to senior living, call A Place for Mom to speak to a Senior Living Advisor today.

5 Questions to Ask When Visiting an Assisted Living community

There is no question that selecting an assisted living community can be confusing. Nevertheless, considering these five important questions when thinking about making the move to assisted living can help you make a better-informed decision:

  1. Just how many staff are available to assist at night? Not all assisted living communities have staff on hand around the clock. Some assisted living communities provide nursing personnel around the clock, while others may have more generalized help available after hours. If your family member needs assistance at night, who’ll be there to supply the care they require?
  2. Is there a waitlist? Here’s where doing your homework can really pay off – plan ahead! Popular communities can fill fast. If the one you like isn’t available, enquire about the waitlist and what the community s plan is for managing it. Many communities will require a deposit and some communities have internal lists for special attention needs. How do you join the waitlist? And, if you opt to move somewhere else, how do you leave the waitlist?
  3. Is there an outdoor space? Moving to assisted living does not mean you or your loved one needs to give up a much loved garden or patio space. If having access to a gardening area, an outdoor patio or a courtyard is very important to your loved one, search for a community that provides residents that space. Many larger assisted living communities provide a range of yard, with features such as for example BBQ areas, gardens, and strolling pathways for residents.
  4. What is the staff-to-resident ratio? In line with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 25% of assisted living communities possess a ratio of 1 personal care assistant for each 23 residents. Staffing may differ widely depending on the size of the community, so make certain to ask about the features you are searching for. In the end, you would like to understand if this community can provide your loved one with the help and support they want.
  5. What services are contained in the monthly charge? Understand what is included in the normal fee arrangement and what might incur additional expense before signing any contract. Some communities use a fee-for-service model, or a la carte prices, which means they charge a monthly cost for rent and meals but extra charges for things like medication management. Others might use a tiered pricing model where different degrees of care are billed different costs.

For more information about what to look for when going to an assisted living community, contact one of our Senior Living Advisors.

What Is Senior Living Like in Sedro-Woolley, WA?

Boasting over 2,500 miles of coastline, Washington is a strikingly pretty state that is becoming a popular retirement destination. Leading efforts in environmental protection, Washington residents value the world around them and actively work to make it a much better place. Retirees in Washington appreciate an income tax-free state, a good amount of outdoor activities, access to world-renown educational possibilities, and affordable housing is available outside of the major urban areas.

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Ashley Gardens of Mount Vernon, Sapphire at Woodway and Brookdale Alderwood are the top rated assisted living facilities near Sedro-Woolley, Washington. See full list of communities.

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