The community is very accommodating, and appropriate for dementia residents. They do have activities for the residents to choose from. The staff are quick to respond to any questions or concerns the family may have.... Read more
Nestled in the waterfront city of Port Orchard, Park Vista by Bonaventure offers a delightful atmosphere for retirement. Located mere miles outside of Seattle, fun is never too far. Nearby parks, country clubs, and restaurants allow for several entertainment options. Tall, green trees tower over the community providing a picturesque scene. The surrounding nature is reflected within the walls through touches of greenery that offer a refreshing comfort.
The community is a proud member of Bonaventure Senior Living. As a family-owned venture, they’ve worked hard to create communities that treat loved ones like family and make them feel at home. Quality services and amenities come together to create what they call Retirement Perfected™. This program enables Bonaventure communities to provide residents with a fun, fulfilling retirement experience. Park Vista by Bonaventure currently offers independent living, assisted living, and memory care options to accommodate various care needs.
The goal is to offer ease, comfort, and fun. By providing the right level of care to each individual, the community aims to enable residents to retain the level of independence they’d like. Every resident can benefit from basic services — including weekly housekeeping, laundry, maintenance, transportation, and dining. The wonderful...
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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The community is very accommodating, and appropriate for dementia residents. They do have activities for the residents to choose from. The staff are quick to respond to any questions or concerns the family may have.
We chose Park Vista because of the location, the staff members, and they were very helpful with getting her in and they told us if we had any issues with finances down the road, we could transition to medicaid and they would help. The room sizes here seem adequate. I would definitely recommend.
I had some administrative issues with things not getting passed down to the right people. I was disappointed that I had done so much advanced planning to have everything set up before we got there. But when we arrived the room was not ready and it still had the previous residents' things in the room, none of her medications were set up. All the planning I did ahead of time was for nothing.They were not ready for her at all. The community looks nice and it is a good value.
My mom really likes Park Vista retirement community. She has been living there for 4 months and wants to stay.
Really beautiful facility. Very nice, clean modern rooms. Staff extremely helpful and nice.
My mother has been at park vista for 3 months. For the most part it is good. However we have been having to provide toilet paper has there is never any, her hair brushes and tooth brush, paste are often missing, her glasses broken. The food is mostly good but sometimes very difficult to eat and too much. She is in the memory care area of the facility. My mom says she is lonesome and is in bed sleeping a lot but that might be because she refuses to go to any of the activities park vista provides.
Over all its going well My mom has settled in pretty good. However she seems sad and is lonely. I know there are other folks in the facility she can visit with but she is in memory care and cant really carry on a conversation with them. My moms memory is not good either but she can still visit. Often when I come to visit she is in her room just sitting or asleep. It makes me very sad. She needs more interaction and something to do. For someone who has worked hard all her life then wind up just waiting to die is very disheartening. The food for the memory care folks is pretty awful.
Over all its going well My mom has settled in pretty good. However she seems sad and is lonely. I know there are other folks in the facility she can visit with but she is in memory care and cant really carry on a conversation with them. My moms memory is not good either but she can still visit. Often when I come to visit she is in her room just sitting or asleep. It makes me very sad. She needs more interaction and something to do. For someone who has worked hard all her life then wind up just waiting to die is very disheartening.
My grandmother age 92 had falling and broke a few ribs . We needed a place for her to go while she was healing. The hospital recommend park vista assisted living. I was very reluctant because my family and I had moved her into [removed] and she hated it and ran away. My grandmother who had just lost her Husband a few months ago wanted nothing to do but die, and so depressed that she would hardly eat and sat in her rocking chair and stared at the wall most of the time, hardly speaking to any one. Since she has been at park vista my grandma has joined in activities, eating meals, and conversations within 3 days witch she never did at home. I just want to say God bless and thank you to Park Vista, [name removed] who has been most helpful in every way. You all are awesome. I'm telling you bring your loved ones there.
As my father's age, health, and dementia grew we looked for an assisted living facility that could meet his needs. Park Vista's Memory Care Unit in Port Orchard met all of our needs and they treated my father with compassion, patience, and professionalism. They took personal interest in caring for my father and ensured his clothing and room were clean. I recommend park Vista's Memory Care Unit.
As my father's health and dementia grew worse we looked for a facility that would provide him with the level of care he required and we found that at Park Vista's Memory Care Unit in Pot Orchard. The team at Park Vista Memory Unit took good care of my father. They showed compassion, patience, and kept him healthy. I appreciated the personal care they provided and their willingness to work closely with our family.
We were looking for a place for Dad. He needed some help. Everyone was friendly and smiling. When we came in to fill out the paperwork they even had a sign on the desk welcoming us. They even took $1000.00 off the cost of entry fee to give to Dad's church. they had a giant check that was displayed in the foyer with dad's church name for a $1000.00. We only found out later it was a sham. They never received the money. Everything was goo to start with. But when they gave his meds to him at 10:30 pm. We spoke to them and they fixed that. He got the flu and they had a quarantine. Dad fell and was injured. SKFR was called and checked him out and did not transport for unknown reasons. The staff checked on him during the night 3 times, leaving him bleeding in bed and very lethargic. They didn't call us for 12 hours. Later we arrived and took him to the hospital. He was very weak and not able to communicate. He is now in a nursing home. I'm sorry I didn't check the comments before placing him there.
I am a regular visitor and find that everyone is very kind and willing to help. They have some wonderful events they offer a lot of activities. There is a lot of turnover but the changes in the staff seem to be for the better. I would recommend the place...even on a bad day this is a great place! I've heard some people complain but when I ask why they don't leave they say that they love it there. It must be pretty good!
My main concern with this community is that I do not think the staff is qualified for the positions they are in. They do have a lot of staffing turnover. My parents like the food. They offer a lot of activities and the activities director is trying to get them more involved. It is pretty clean, however I think the hallways could be vacuumed more often.
I was ready to move out after two weeks, but I hated the thought of moving. I only managed to stay two months before I decided it was time to leave. Bad food, unpleasant (unhappy) staff, very high turnover (at least 4 servers in one month). Management smiles and says "you're right" then does nothing. Looks nice if you don't look too closely.
This location is great. My father is happy in this community. The grounds and the rooms are very clean. He said that the meals are good and he likes them alot. My father is happy with the fact that they will have activities for him to participate. Dad was a little confused on the facility and where things were, but staff was on top of things when needed. He is being taken care of and and dad seems to like it there alot. t
It's a relatively small community. For the amount of time my mom has been there, I've gotten to know most of the staff, and they know me. There hasn't been any turnover yet. We're still relatively new, but right now, this place is working out!
Very satisfied with all the services. The staff is very friendly and responsive.
Mom has been there about two years and has seen continual staff turnover. Managers, cooks, servers, caregivers, housekeepers, so many good people get fed up and quit. Food is fair at best, often out of things. Cleaning has gotten pretty bad as well. Mom is independent and paying a lot for a nice apartment, but poor food, slow service, minimal housekeeping.
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To reach a resident at Park Vista by Bonaventure call: (360) 871-2323
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