100 Crockett St, Seattle, WA 98109
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Since Cogir took over from Brookdale in 2019, the entire place; management, staffing, care, building upkeep and especially dining services and food quality have plummeted. I can not recommend anyone moving in to this place.
The facility was in a great location, They took great care of my Grandma, and she was able to do things she wouldn't have been able to do by being there. The staff made sure she felt at home. I would defiantly recommend this community.
Very helpful phone call discussion from Queen Ann Manor. No high pressure. Very respectful.
It has a kind of traditional feel being It is an old building that has been remodeled. We chose this community because this is the one my mother picked for it felt homey. My mother loves the food. I would recommend this community to other families. I have had some issues with the administration and that has been frustrating to deal with. But the caregivers, nurses, front desk staff, cooks, dining staff , and activities person are all really nice.
Response from Queen Anne ManorAugust 8, 2020
"We appreciate you taking the time to share such kind words about our community. We're thankful for the opportunity to serve you and your mother!"
Nice place, good area, good walkability, great for food, pretty small studio but do-able
Response from Queen Anne ManorJuly 27, 2020
I helped my elderly neighbor move from her home to assisted living. I have been really impressed by Queen Anne Manor. The facility is really beautiful, clean, and well maintained. What is really important to me, though, is the level of care. The staff here is amazing. The director is extremely involved in the well-being of every single resident. Everyone here truly cares about the residents and it shows in how they treat them and how involved they are in their wellbeing. I know that my neighbor is in great hands here. They also have several activities each day so it's a fun place to visit.
I went on a tour here it was clean and beautiful. The staff seemed up to par. They had a good level of care. It was a little to clinical feeling though. The room mom would have gotten was on the smaller side and it was more expensive. I would recommend families tour communities and speak to the residents before choosing a place.
The Queen Anne Manor was really a wonderful program and offered a very strong program for Alzheimers patients. Really very structured and carefully organized memory care programs. Very attractive center.
I met with [Removed] and was given a good tour of the memory care part of the facility . He did a great job. Nice enough place, but it is also going through some important upgrades. They are in the process of renovating (painting) so it will look better very soon. They are also adding an activities professional for the memory care residents soon. Nice outdoor spaces and beautiful old stately building. I'm waiting to get details to them from my mom's existing facility before getting a financial estimate but the just the rooms start at around 5800 - 6500 with no care and go up from there so I'm expecting 10k+/month.
This community was a little to large for our loved one. She felt like it was over the top. The community was clean and the people we met were nice. She felt that she would get lost in this larger community.
It was a really nice place to see but the age of the community did not seem appealing. i did not get the feeling of being cozy and comfortable for my loved one. Everything else was nice. It was clean and the staff and residents were all nice.
We had a very good experience with this community. They did a very good job caring for my father and his needs. The owner,and the nurses were great. I was comfortable with the care he was receiving. My family was very pleased with all they did for us. This is a lovely community.
During our tour of this community my loved one and I noticed that this building resembled an old haunted building. It felt just like a mental asylum and gave my loved one and I too much of and institutionalized feeling. The lady who gave us our tour was very friendly and took her time showing the facility to us, it just was not the right fit for my mother.
I loved this place and put down a deposit. :-)
This is a very nice community for my mom. She is happy with the staff and the cleanliness of the commnity. She does participate in the activities. We would recommend this to other families.
I had a very pleasant tour at this community. It is a very nice looking community. Everyone was very nice and friendly. The apartment they showed us were very wonderful, it looked very beautiful. The facility was very nice. It was a bit expensive, but it would be worth it. I recommend for anyone to go tour.
They do a pretty good job. It does smell like urine though, as you are walking to his room. They work really hard to have him active in the activities.
Overall it has been a great experience and staff has been very friendly. Everything is excellent here.
The organizer that we first dealt with when we got started was very helpful in getting us set u. We really appreciated that. Everyone is very friendly when we come in and she really likes living there.
No good for memory care or dementia. The staff do not engage with the residents-Just the 1-2 activity staff spend any time with them. Poor communication within the staff. Confusion with medications. There was no air conditioner in my moms room, took a few days but finally got it in.
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