9000 Southwest 91st Avenue, Tigard, OR 97223
Washington Gardens Memory Care Community is a assisted living facility located in Tigard, Oregon. They offer specialized memory care for individuals with Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other forms of memory loss. Washington Gardens Memory Care Community families with aging loved ones a sense of security and safety. Washington Gardens Memory Care Community encourages and fosters independence while offering the stability of routine. There are several on-site amenities, such as warm meals, linen service, personalized care plans, and special events. Washington Gardens Memory Care Community works hard to personalize each individual's experience, so you can be assured that your loved one with have plenty to do and will be well taken care of. They really work hard to provide seniors with a homey environment and a sense of community. Washington Gardens Memory Care Community apartments are maintenance free and boast attractive interiors, individual climate control, and emergency call systems in each apartments. Families can feel confident in their decision to make Washington Gardens Memory Care Community their aging loved one's new home.
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We chose Washington Gardens mostly because the cleanliness, I visited several places and this was the most clean and did not have the stench. My moms stay here was short but they handled my moms care here very well. The meals here were awesome and the activities and outings that they provided were great as well. The only complaint I have was if I would call and leave messages to ask them to help and get her ready if I needed to take her out, it would never happen. They also never notified me of the downward changes that were happening with my mom, so they fell short with communication sometimes. Overall, I would recommend as long as you can be an advocate for your family member and can initiate that communication with the facility.
Was not impressed with Landscape and facility.
My father stayed at this place a for a couple of months a few years ago. He has since passed away but this experience haunts me even to this day. This was the first place we found when his Alzheimers came to a place that we were no longer qualified to care for him. At first this place looked nice and big and the intake person made us feel like this would be a good fit for him. Nothing could be further from the truth. We visited him every day and each time we were met with a new negative happening. The clients were left to sit alone, often wet, thirsty and hungry. We were told we could get my dad a cookie or juice whenever we wanted. He always seemed very hungry and thirsty. I often thought, what does he do when we are not here? It only escalated from there, with unexplained bruises, missing things from his room ( I even found his sheets tucked in the crease of the couch one time. The final straw was when we received a call that he had a bad fall. They said it was nothing to be concerned about and that they just wanted to notify us. When we arrived at the place we found my dad badly shaken with a bad black eye and bruising on his body. Everyone had a different story, but they said he was noncompliant with one of the aids and they had to force him into his bathroom and he fell. My dad was always nervous around that male aid and we knew why. I would strongly urge anyone thinking about placing there loved one in this place to keep looking. The staff was shifty, uncaring and dishonest. I will never forget the care my dad didn’t get at this place.
When I chose Washington Gardens, I hoped that my husband would walk again and then possibly come home for awhile. I did not know then that he would be placed in hospice after only 1 month, and would die a month later. With PT he was walking with a walker after only 10 days. We made several trips to restaurants and meetings. Staff practiced walking with him every day. He was a fall risk, so someone watched him all the time. Staff were so caring!! Not all places would keep people with hospice, so I was glad that I insisted on a place with hospice available. Lots of activities were available and he was able to participate some. Food and snacks were fine. The whole staff was wonderful! Night crew was great! It was easy to visit at all hours. There was adequate security for patients. Washington Gardens was a super place!
My dad did not ultimately need placement in memory care, but if he ever does, this is where I would place him. The staff interacting with him were caring and respectful and the facility is warm and welcoming. During this challenging process they showed great compassion and kindness to our whole family.
My family member has been a resident at the Washington Gardens for several months. The facility is clean although they run out of necessary items such as facial tissue, paper towels, or soap. My main complaints are: 1. The facility is grossly understaffed: 2 caregiver for 24 residents. They do not or can not address each resident's needs. Hence, some residents do not get assistance in timely manner. 2. The quality of food: They heat frozen food for the residents and there has been an occasion that the residents were served decaying canned fruits for dessert. They even serve hot dogs for dinner regularly. I like the location since it is close from my residence. However, I am sure not sure whether I made a good choice at this time.
I toured this facility while looking for a place for my loved one. We were hopeful for the community but it just didn’t feel right when we first walked in. The person that gave us the tour really seemed like they knew a lot about the facility but the residents didn’t seem like they were doing much. They looked like they were just sitting around and the staff seemed to be doing their own thing. The rooms looked fine and everything was laid out nicely, but it was generally the atmosphere that we didn’t like.
Exceptional care for my 96 years old mother for her final 3 years of life. Caregivers who embraced all aspects of residents care needs including emotional well-being. My mother felt at home there.
The facility was beautiful and clean. The staff was friendly and they were very caring towards the client we saw them interacting with. I really liked the private room with shared [Removed] bathroom, and large shower area in the bathroom. We love the proximity to our mother's house.
I am so grateful for the crew at Washington Gardens. Amazing professionals that also make you feel like family. My mom is doing great there and they go out of their way to make her feel at home. One of the things I love most about Washington Gardens is that they have outdoor space that residents can access, and the whole place really feels like a home. My mom spends very little time in her room. I also love that I can visit any time of day or night. It has been a difficult 8 years caring for my mom, and this is the first time I feel like I can breathe and not worry about her! A true gift.
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