The Hampton & Ashley Inn
1617 SE Talton Ave Vancouver WA 98683
The Hampton is specially designed to help those suffering from mild to advanced stage Alzheimer's disease or similar dementia, to live a dignified lifestyle within a secure and supportive environment. The Hampton is a secure and spacious 34,000 square foot frame building projecting a distinctly residential character.
Interiors are characterized by large common areas with ten foot halls. The three resident communities each feature a sitting areas and a living and dining room. Surrounded by antiques, art, period furniture, soft colors and pleasant textures, the Alzheimer's resident experiences the Hampton as their very own gracious and comfortable home.
Visiting pets, children and community groups are a regular part of life in the community. At the Hampton, each resident is encouraged to function at the highest level possible - for as long as possible - doing activities of daily living with dignity and security.
Our compassionate and specially trained staff, interacting one-on-one, keep medications to a minimum, and allow us to provide a restraint-free environment. To this end, we recognize the uniqueness of each person and provide services best suited to that individuals needs.
Consider the Hampton. We would like to help you find an alternative, caring environment for your loved one.
Pricing at The Hampton & Ashley Inn
*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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