8505 Ne 15th St, Vancouver, WA 98664
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It's was hard to put my Husband in an Adult Home, but we found a good one. [Name removed] just opened his first Home Care Facility and we think he is doing a great job. Husband says "he loves it there" and really likes having his own room, surrounded by his personal items and pictures. The food is good and plentiful. He thinks the caregivers are great and they check on him often to see if he needs anything. I go almost every day and always find the residents and caregivers happy. This is [name removed] first care facility and we are all learning along with each other and I really respect him for the job he is doing. I do wish they had activities, i.e. chair exercises, etc. Hubby does not come out of his room except to eat at the table with the other residents. He is not a joiner and very quiet, but perhaps if they had a joint activity he might. I would recommend this home to any one looking to place a love one.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Nice clean facility and helpful staff!! Would highly recommend!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Most caregivers are responsive and empathetic. PBJ sandwiches 3-4 lunches a week is unacceptable...& spicy, chili type foods don’t set well with the elderly. Even more importantly is that they are a certified memory care home with few skills to justify the title. My loved one has dementia & has declined significantly since living there.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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