For the respite service the value for cost was totally worth it, we were very impressed. The front desk lady was extremely friendly and knew everyone's name, even the visitors. Our loved ones would say at times the portion sizes were to big but they always said the food was well prepared.... Read more
Located in the heart of Shoreline, this welcoming community features modern yet antique interiors that offer familiarity and nostalgia as you begin a new journey into retirement. The highly trained staff leads with compassion and works tirelessly to help residents preserve their dignity, independence, and individuality. The superb level of service enables staff to provide guests and residents with an unparalleled living experience.
Laurel Cove understands that retirement or aging in place doesn’t look the same for everyone, and that’s why they offer a variety of options — including independent living, assisted living, memory care, and respite care. Their dynamic services are designed to keep residents as healthy and active as possible.
Laurel Cove believes life should be lived in comfort, joy, and independence, so they make that possible by taking care of everyday tasks. In all their residences, they provide 24-hour staffing, serve three meals daily in the spectacular dining room, arrange transportation services, provide weekly housekeeping and laundry services, and plan a plethora of ever-changing activities. Residents can enjoy regular social activities, fitness classes, and more!
The assisted living community staffs on-site registered and licensed nurses and offers services like medication management, scheduled transportation for shopping, banking,...
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.
The place was nice and clean. They do a lot to make the facility not look locked. They made it look like a home. The staff was kind and welcoming. The cook was very nice and answered questions regarding diet options.
For the respite service the value for cost was totally worth it, we were very impressed. The front desk lady was extremely friendly and knew everyone's name, even the visitors. Our loved ones would say at times the portion sizes were to big but they always said the food was well prepared.
We are hoping to move here soon, we have had two separate tours and liked what we say. We especially like that they provide diabetes care which is advertised on their website. They do provide three meals a day here and It is much cheaper then our current community.
Our family had an in person tour and to our loved one it just felt more old and kind of depressing. It felt more like a hospital and not like a home. IT was a great tour, and maybe if our loved one was less mobile and needed more assistance it would of been a good fit but just not at the stage he is at now.
Toured [date removed]. One bedroom apartment is large. Mom really liked this place!
Laurel Cove has been a wonderful experience for our family. The care services are absolutely excellent, the meals are very good and they have great activities. They have kept our loved one safe during the pandemic, she is stronger then before, she is well fed and well kept and just has more interest in life now.
Thank you, Laurel Cove Community, for the good, kind care that you gave my mother, [name removed]…for almost three years. Laurel Cove’s caring, experienced staff, calm setting, and tasty, healthy meals gave me the necessary peace of mind that my mother’s needs were well met!
The place has been renovated and it changed names--from Anderson to Laurel Cove. The recent changes have actually been for the good, especially the food which is very very good. The new Dietary Director is very nice and accommodating. She will go the extra step to make sure residents are happy. Mom has special dietary needs, and they have always been met. Their parties are also very festive, and the food is always great! Now, my family never miss Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners at Laurel Cove. Some cousins of mine drive 3 hours for that! The Director of Nursing is also very nice. There is the occasional issue with staff not doing this or that, but [name removed] gets on them right away. I understand such issues are common to all facilities. [name removed] is an nurse who seems to know what she's doing, and I think that she cares. The rest of the people who work there are all nice and caring. Most have been there for a long time. I have recommended the place to many people. My family members certainly like it. We all like its "homey feeling."
Laurel Cove is one of the best run facilities I have been to when searching for an assisted care facility. My Mom due to complications had to move from elder housing as the visiting nurses and care workers were enabling bad behavior regarding meds and treatment. That all changed when she moved to Laurel Cove, with competent and caring staff that are frankly angelic having to put up with my Mom's often frivolous requests and complaints. She loves it there, goes down for meals and activities (she used to be a shut-in) and has made several friends in the short time she has been there. The Facilities Director and the Director of Nursing run a tight ship!
We are highly considering this location, for proximity to family and for the amenities they have.
The Anderson Community has been the best move for our Mom. She moved in over a year ago, prior to the complete renovation of the facilities and has been extremely happy there. The entire facility is fresh new. We have found the staff to be exceptional and have only had issue with Mom's health, not living there. The food is great and the activities keep our Mom engaged and very busy. We find the Administrators and staff engage with us very well. Just don't be afraid to ask questions and be involved with you loved ones care. Communication has not been a problem, nor has the level of care. Yes our Mom has seen a increase need for more services, but we appreciate sitting down with the staff to discuss and agree on what is best for her care. Our overall experience has been great. Definitely worth checking out for your loved ones.
The remodeled Anderson Community for assisted living is new and very nice (5 star). The apartment style living is similar to where Mom is currently. The two adult family homes onsite are adequate. Home #2 is the better of the two. Only two people are living currently. Although the smaller group in the homes provides more personal care, the rooms are little small and Mom may need more socializing although, she can participate in the activities in the newer complex.
They were okay. No major complaints, the food wasn't very good from what I hear. It was a bumpy stay, but that was more about my loved one, and if for some reason we need to find a place again, we will probably be coming back here.
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To reach a resident at Laurel Cove call: (206) 364-9336
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