520 112th St SW, Everett, WA 98204
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Be careful what you ask, you may not like the answer. Comments are pre Pandemic How's the food? VERY high in carbs - not healthy for most residents. And, not very good either. Certainly not worth what you pay for it. How is the housekeeping? When you have to clean after the housekeeper has been there, it's not what is advertised or what you pay for. What about assisted living care? Under par!!! They seem to make their own rules - give meds when they want as opposed to when they are due. Too many problems to list. I hope you don't need the program. And independent living? They tell you when you can eat and if you are late you may or may not get something. You feel as if you have a curfew. You are supposed to tell them when you come and go. Activities are great if you're 80 something. Or older. Not much that might interest younger people. What are the rents? They vary by apartment size, and sometimes by who is renting. And they have constantly gone up 5% - 7% a year since the new owners have taken over. Garden Court was once a great place to retire. Not any longer.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
The staff and place is phenomenal! So many activities. The activities director [Removed] LOVES her job. This is not a retirement center, this is a pleasure resort, with fantastic food. They protect their residence to the utmost. They don't nickel and dime them. This is where I will want to live. The owner personally makes frequent appearances. The price is the same/comparable to the others, and has style & elegance. I was looking for my 71 yr old aunt, and narrowed it down to this and another place. I was shocked that she chose the other one. However, she still hasn't committed to that one yet. I still don't know her future, but I am not writing this off. She wants to see other options and speak with her financial advisor. This is my aunt's quality of living. I hope that she finds that this is where she wants to be. I would recommend it to anyone.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
We dropped in unexpectedly late on a recent morning and were taken on a tour of the community by Dora Rice. We were shown many types of rooms and all of the facilities available to residents. Ms. Rice was an excellent tour leader and a fine source of information. We had an informative discussion with a resident at a complimentary lunch. We then had session with Jane Meyers-Brown, the Marketing Director, in which we discussed our future plans and the options available to potential residents. We were very favorably impressed with everyone we met and with the condition of the facility. We are seriously interested in becoming residents when we feel that we are ready to make that move. On the basis of our experience, we intend to learn more about Garden Court. Our experience also leads us to rate their treatment of potential residents as excellent.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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