12314 NE 8th Street, Vancouver, WA 98684
Eli’s Adult Care Home is an adult family home which focuses on memory care services. Just two miles north of the majestic Columbia River in Vancouver, our home is surrounded by tall pine trees on a street lined with even more towering evergreens. You could easily mistake the area for a forest with how amazingly wooded and fragrant it is! Vancouver, Washington offers woodland beauty with the amenities of a city. Our two-story, rustic, and adorable cabin-style home was built in 1972 but renovated to modern standards in 2006. From the updated furniture to the charming curb appeal, the care we’ve taken in maintaining our home can’t be missed. Our aim is for the clean, graceful minimalism of our interiors to always remind you of home. We’re licensed to care for 12 residents over age 70. Give us a call today, and find out if our home is right for you.
Our care home setting is intimate yet provides more than enough space for everyone here. We have studios and private rooms available, with six designated as memory care spaces. Ground-floor, wheelchair-accessible rooms are available. Bathroom options are shared and private, some with roll-in...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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.
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Overall I think they do a good job at Eli's Adult Care Home. It's a clean, nice looking facility, and they do a good job looking out for the residents. My one complaint is that the owner can be a little bossy and difficult to work with, but otherwise we're entirely satisfied!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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