945 22nd Street Northeast, Auburn, WA 98002
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The meals could use some improvements, they are serving the residents a lot of carbs so they fill up on carbs and don't have room for the healthier foods. They also crash really quickly after. Also, we are not overly impressed with the care services. Both our parents are they, our father is very self sufficient, however our mother has on set dementia but our father is fully capable of caring for her and has been for years, but they are still charging us for level two care even though they are not doing anything. You definitely have to be very on top of everything they are changing, and it would also be nice to have more activities. We do know they were limited with covid but the staff could be more engaged and more encouraging with the residents.
This past week they have started to allow us back into the community. The food has been being delivered to the resident's rooms. They are starting to reopen the dining room. It is a good option for both personal and financially reasons. They only have 2 year private pay before Medicaid. I would like to see some updates of the community; however, to my understanding they will be making changes. The windows are hard to get up and down for our window visits.
Staff members know residents by name almost immediately. They are always there to help our mother find her way, and suggesting she join activities.
[Name removed] was fantastic. However, the facility feels a little tired and worn down. Only a small patio out back (filled with smokers...) for "outdoor" space. Food was so-so.
On our visit, everyone was friendly kind. My wife and I looked at the studio room for my mother. Everything was nice except the location.
[Removed]and [Removed]visited this place a couple years ago and [Removed] said she remembers it being a nice place.
My 87-year-old mother lived at Auburn Meadows for only three weeks but those were happy days for her. Unfortunately, she fell and had to move to the nursing home for rehab. The staff was so friendly and helpful. She quickly made friends with the other residents during meals and the large number of activities that were offered. From the marketing director to the receptionist to the RN staff to the caregivers and many other staff, they all made my mother feel like she was at home and loved.
What they have done well is that they have made the process fairly simple of getting my loved one in to the facility. There was some confusion about how they assessed him and the level of care he was rated at, so they could improve in that area.
So far things are going well for Mom. This was a very difficult transition for her. Staff at Auburn Meadows are wonderful at helping her adjust. Mom has good days and bad days. Auburn Meadows staff help her through them all. We have been very pleased.
The people at Prestige Senior Living Auburn Meadows are great. The staff has worked really well with dad as his health has gone down hill. They just completely go out of their way to help. I was up visiting last night and dad was not doing well at all, but this morning things seemed to turn around and he even walked to the dining room. I am very impressed with the care given at this facility.
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