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Assisted Living near Spokane Valley, Washington

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Sullivan Park Assisted Living Community

421 South Adams Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99216

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Big city amenities and beautiful scenery surround Sullivan Park Assisted Living Community in Spokane. With an amazing number of outdoor recreational opportunities and indoor activities just a short drive away; our Sullivan Park community embodies fun, and luxurious living for our residents....

Brighton Court Assisted Living

1308 N Vercler Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99216

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We invite you to come see for yourself everything happening at Brighton Court Assisted Living and Memory Care. With 25 years of expertise we are conveniently located in the Spokane Valley in Washington State. Brighton Court offers 36 assisted living apartments and a separate secure memory care...

Ridgeview Place

12903 E Mission Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99216

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Coming Soon in Spring 2016! Ridgeview Place is a newly remodeled senior & assisted living community in Spokane Valley, Washington. We offer thoughtful, compassionate care and stimulating activities that help our residents thrive. Our community offers assisted living and services for memory and...

Colonial Court

12016 E Cataldo Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99206

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Colonial Court provides the highest standard of advanced care in a home environment with patient, loving nurses and care staff.  We offer specialized care for residents with high needs of incontinent care, diabetic services and medication management.  Colonial Court also offers a...

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Brookdale Park Place

601 South Park Road, Spokane Valley, WA 99212

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Great Living Needs a Great BackdropYou’ve spent decades taking care of others. Now it’s our turn to take care of you. Our independent living residents live the senior living life that many of them have dreamt of, with hotel-like accommodations, and a whole staff of people to handle your cooking,...

Fieldstone Memory Care Spokane

4503 S Freya St, Spokane, WA 99223

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Avamere at South Hill

3708 E 57th Ave, Spokane, WA 99223

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Our mission is to enhance the life of every person we serve. This is at the core of everything we do – guiding each interaction along the way.At Avamere at South Hill, we are proud to offer a warm and nurturing environment for retired adults. Avamere at South Hill promotes health, friendship, and...

Sapphire at Moran Vista

3319 E 57th Ave, Spokane, WA 99223

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Moran Vista is a newly expanded senior living community located in the attractive South Hills Moran Prairie area in Spokane, Washington. Our new three-story building offers both Assisted Living and Independent Living apartments. Specialty care for those residents with Alzheimer’s and other kinds...

South Hill Village

3117 E Chaser Ln, Spokane, WA 99223

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Exceptional staff, engaging activities and an active social life are what set us apart from the rest. We offer quality independent living, assisted living, and memory care services for our seniors. Our residents are happy to call our community home, where they can enjoy the beautiful surroundings...

Royal Park Retirement Center

302 E Wedgewood Ave, Spokane, WA 99208

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North Point Village

1110 E Westview Ct, Spokane, WA 99218

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North Point Village is a warm and welcoming senior living community in the Spokane Washington area. We’re ideally situated in a beautiful part of the city, close to shopping, dining, and even local festivals. Our compassionate staff is dedicated to the well-being of our residents, offering...

Fairwinds Spokane

520 East Holland Drive, Spokane, WA 99218

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Fairwinds — Spokane offers spacious apartment homes in a fun and active retirement community. We are very proud to be managed by Leisure Care, who leads the industry in the development and management of elegant retirement communities that are all about Five-Star Fun. At Fairwinds...

Guardian Angel Homes

1050 East Mullan Avenue, Post Falls, ID 83854

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Guardian Angel Homes is a premier, award-winning facility in Post Falls, Idaho specializing in Alzheimer's and dementia care.Conveniently located in the heart of Post Falls, Guardian Angel Homes has operated for nearly 20 years. Our staff of caregivers, nurses and other departments receive...

Brookdale Nine Mile

5329 West Rifle Club Court, Spokane, WA 99208

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A Community that Specializes in YouIf you or your loved one is dealing with memory loss, Alzheimer’s or some other cognitive challenge, you deserve a specialist. And you’ve found one. While other communities provide a wide range of care levels, we specialize in just one: memory care.You’ll find...

Windriver Place

7310 N. Pine Rock St., Spokane, WA 99208

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At Windriver Place, our senior living community, we provide compassionate care in a, neighborhood setting. We develop individual care plans to meet the needs of each resident, and a full-time registered nurse is available 24 hours a day to provide clinical oversight and coordination of care. We...

The Renaissance at Coeur d'Alene

2772 W Avanté Loop, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815

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Generations Assisted Living

13400 N Meyer Rd, Rathdrum, ID 83858

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Generations Assisted Living is known for its warm and inviting social atmosphere, along with extraordinary customer service. We’re a relatively small community, and that provides us the opportunity to get to know our residents well and they become like family to us. We take pride in the...

North Star

2340 W Seltice Way, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

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North Star Retirement is an independent and assisted living retirement community located in beautiful Coeur d’Alene Idaho. Our Seltice Way address provides easy access to I-90 as well as walking trails down to the river’s edge and a beautiful view of Riverstone pond. We are minutes away from...

Legends Park Assisted Living Community

1820 N Legends Parkway, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815

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Emmy-Award winning journalist Barbara Walters once called Coeur D’Alene a “little slice of heaven” and it’s no wonder why – beautiful surroundings and the immaculate peacefulness of the lake make Legends Park Assisted Living Community a delightful place to retire. Located in picturesque Coeur...

Brookdale Coeur d'Alene

205 East Anton, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815

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It’s Time for a Senior Living UpgradeYou’re ready for something new. Something better. The senior life should be filled with more living, and that’s what you’ll find here. Your future favorite senior living community offers exceptional care in the Kootenai County, Idaho area. We are located in...

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Assisted Living in Spokane Valley Washington

What Is Assisted Living?

Today, there are more senior health care choices than in the past. The level and kind of care a senior prefers depends largely how much help and support the person needs with their activities of daily living (ADLs). Assisted living is one kind of senior housing where people receive support with ADLs including washing, dressing, personal grooming, managing prescriptions, 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 called a nursing home, residents receive nursing attention 24 hours a day. Within an assisted living community, residents routinely have access to staff 24 hours per day, but the community offers amenities like activities and events while also promoting a strong sense of belonging in a far more active community setting.

The number of care services offered in assisted living may differ with some communities offering help and support for seniors with particular medical requirements such as for example cognitive impairment from Alzheimer s disease or a related form of dementia, diabetes, or incontinence service. When it comes to selecting senior living in Spokane Valley, WA, there are various points to consider, from the amount of health care and support to way of life, location, and more. Here are the main types of senior living options available:

  • 55+ Apartments/Senior Apartments: Senior apartments have an age limit of 55 or 62 and so are just like apartments for individuals of all ages. Also known as age-restricted apartments, senior condos, and senior cottages, this can be a great senior housing choice for seniors who will be independent but wish for further security and community who are from the same generation.
  • Independent Living: Related to senior apartments, independent living is a senior housing alternative for seniors who happen to be active but want to are in a community setting with other seniors. Independent living typically has community activities, events, and outings, and may sometimes have transitional programs for seniors who will sooner or later need further care in assisted living or memory care. This will 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 health care services, including assisted living, memory care, and nursing home care. Commonly, a resident can spend the remainder of his life in a CCRC or life plan community, moving between degrees of care as considered necessary.
  • Assisted Living: Designed to give residents assistance with activities of daily living like bathing, personal grooming, eating, prescription medication administration and more, assisted living is a popular alternative for seniors who desire a modest help and support with the day to day. Offerings can vary widely but typically offer available night and day staff to assist residents with wants when they arise. Residents also routinely have a care program that is frequently monitored and adapted as circumstances change over time.
  • Residential Care Home/Board and Care: This senior care choice includes homes in residential neighborhoods that have been modified to look after a small number of residents. Offering offerings similar to assisted living communities, care homes specialize in providing individualized care in a far more home-like environment.
  • Memory Care: Exclusively designed for seniors with Alzheimer s disease or a related type of dementia, memory care can assist families look after loved ones even in the advanced levels of the condition. These communities are particularly designed to ensure that residents do not get lost or wander. In addition they offer dementia-friendly meal programs and life-enhancing activities that encourage engagement and social relationships.
  • Nursing Homes/Skilled Nursing communities: Nursing homes are reserved for occupants who need the highest level of 24- hour health care, including those people who are bedridden. Nursing homes are also used by seniors for therapy 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 may also involve in-home caregiving solutions used for just 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 responsibilities.

Deciding which kind of senior health care and housing is best for you and someone you care about can be difficult. Speak with your medical professionall to ensure you are deciding on the right level of care or phone our Senior Living Advisors who are experts in senior care and can help you locate a senior care community that meets your preferences.

What Solutions Are Available?

Generally, virtually all assisted living communities give a variety of activities, amenities, meal plans, and transportation. Services offered in assisted living may differ greatly in each community. Other amenities often found in assisted living include:

  • Exercise programs
  • Housekeeping, including bed linen services
  • Medicine monitoring
  • Personal care, including washing and dressing
  • Social activities and excursions
  • Three meals plus snacks per day
  • Transportation services

How do you Tour Assisted Living communities?

It is highly recommended that you tour at least 3 to 5 assisted living communities before finding the right one for you and your loved one. Visiting a few of the 28 communities in the area will help you uncover what alternatives are available, and what your unique preferences are, and can ultimately assist you in making a decision about what is ideal for a loved one. Call or call A Place for Mom and we’ll help you arrange a tour at your preferred community.

Here are a few of the questions you should be prepared to ask during your tour:

  • Are the current residents friendly and happy?
  • Are there any services not included in the monthly price? If so, what exactly are they and how much will they cost?
  • Is a nurse available around the clock?
  • Is an initial assessment expected before admission?
  • Is there a courtyard or outside patio for folks to enjoy space outside?
  • Is there a waitlist? If so, how long might it be before you can move in?
  • What are your apartment accommodation choices?
  • What are your billing and payment policies and practices?
  • What does the exterior of the community look like? Is it orderly and organized?
  • What’s the staff-to-resident ratio? Are the staff members engaged? Friendly?
  • What’s your discharge guideline?
  • What is your medication administration policy?
  • What kind of experience and training do your staff members have?

Will Medicare Pay for Assisted Living?

Medicare can play an important role in paying for some senior health care but before committing to any senior care alternative, it is essential to be familiar with what Medicare can pay for – and what it does not.

It is important to note that Medicare covers only short-term care. This means Medicare won’t cover long-term nursing home stays or senior living care. Additionally, Medicare typically will not cover memory care since the care needed for dementia is considered long-term care. To find out more about Medicare benefits, download A Place for Mom s Medicare Resource Guide.

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

The state of Washington offers great access to its assisted living community data through its Washington State Department of Social and Health Services internet site. Available information includes licensed assisted living communities that are updated frequently, and info on 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 must 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 specific look after seniors with mental health, developmental disabilities, or dementia.

How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Spokane Valley, WA?

Assisted living in Spokane Valley ranges from $0 to $0 per month. The common cost of assisted living in the state of Washington in 2018 was $5,135 monthly. Charges for assisted living communities may differ widely depending on amenities, neighborhood, and services, therefore if the cost is an issue, consider looking at near by suburbs and towns that might offer you more versatility in your budget.

To find out more 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 crucial to see what’s contained in your monthly expenses. While many families experience sticker shock when beginning their hunt for senior living, after considering housing costs and regular monthly utility bills, they may find that a move to assisted living puts them financially ahead.

No matter what, how to pay for senior care can be an obstacle for care. Many families decide to pay for a move to assisted living through the sales of a residence or personal savings, but for some people, this might not be possible.

Listed below are three other possibilities that will assist you to finance assisted living:

  1. Life Insurance Policies: If the senior moving into assisted living includes a life insurance plan, you may be in a position to liquidate the plan and receive money now to cover senior health care costs. Different restrictions and regulations apply based on the kind of insurance policy you have, so contact a financial advisor or eldercare legal professionall to determine more about your options.
  2. Reverse Mortgages: For senior couples who need different levels of care, a reverse mortgage can be a good approach for just one spouse to move into assisted living while the other spouse remains in the home. A reverse mortgage allows householders aged 62 or older to borrow against their home equity. For more information, call the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to discover a reverse mortgage counseling agency near you.
  3. Veterans Benefits: Many veterans are not aware that they are eligible for senior care benefits. One often overlooked benefit may be the Veterans Aid and Attendance, that has made it possible for thousands of families have enough money for assisted living. To qualify, veterans must be at least 65 years old and have served at least 90 days 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 find out if your family member may be eligible for benefits. To find out more on benefits for veterans get in touch with the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs or go to

For even more tips regarding how to finance your move to senior living, contact 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 choosing an assisted living community is often confusing. However, considering these five important questions when thinking about making the move to assisted living will help you make a better-educated decision:

  1. How many staff are available to help at night? Not all assisted living communities have staff available 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 loved one needs assistance during the night, who will be there to supply the care they require?
  2. Is there a waitlist? Here is 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 ask for a deposit and some communities have internal lists for special health care needs. How can you get on the waitlist? And, if you decide to move someplace else, how would you leave the waitlist?
  3. Is there an outdoor space? Moving to assisted living does not mean you or your loved one needs to live without a much loved back garden or deck space. If accessing a gardening space, a patio or a courtyard is going to be very important to your loved one, search for a community that offers residents that space. Various larger assisted living communities provide a assortment of yard, with features such as for example BBQ areas, gardens, and walking paths for residents.
  4. What’s 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 associate for each 23 residents. Staffing may differ widely depending on the size of the community, so be sure to enquire about the features you are searching for. Ultimately, you would like to understand if this community can offer your family member with the help and support they want.
  5. What services are contained in the monthly fee? Understand what is included in the basic fee structure 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 price for rent and meals but additional costs for things like medication management. Others could use a tiered prices model where different degrees of care are charged different rates.

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

What Is Senior Living Like in Spokane Valley, WA?

Offering over 2,500 miles of shoreline, Washington is a strikingly beautiful state that is becoming a favorite retirement destination. Leading efforts in environmental protection, Washington residents value the environment 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, usage of world-renown educational options, and affordable housing is available outside of the major urban areas.

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The Renaissance at Coeur d'Alene, Pacifica Senior Living Pinehurst and Apple Springs are the top rated assisted living facilities near Spokane Valley, Washington. See full list of communities.

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