926 Delaware St Longview WA 98632
Delaware Plaza Partners with Longview Parks & Recreation hosting their Golden Apple Intergenerational Preschool. Through interaction with elders, children get to practice social skills, inter-generational relationship building, independence, art and imagination in a caring, supportive, family-like setting.
Delaware Plaza is nestled in a quiet neighborhood of Longview, Washington, and offers a special rustic charm unique to the region. We offer residents convenience, social opportunities, pleasant climate, as well as extensive recreational and cultural options, all for a surprisingly modest monthly fee.
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Pricing at Delaware Plaza
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Reviews of Delaware Plaza
- Family run facility but food is mediocre
The staff here is wonderful and they know my Father by name. They are very attentive and they really care about the residents. When they see someone, they don’t see a check. It is a family run community and...
- Dad is Happy here
My dad is really happy here. They are taking good care of him. His brother is here also. His room is nice and newly remodeled. They come in weekly and clean and they do his laundry too. He does like to do weekly...
- Not the right fit
We toured the Delaware Plaza and it was a nice and clean community. The staff was friendly and helpful providing answers to our questions. The atmosphere reminded me of more of a nursing home facility. We chose...
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Community Details at Delaware Plaza
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