Adult Family Care in Seattle Washington
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New Bright Adult Family Home LLCDEMENTIA MENTAL HEALTH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIESWhile Living at New Bright AFH, we make our residents very happy. They feel like they are living in their own home. At New Bright AFH, we care about our residents and provide excellent service. We look forward to seeing you. Thanks.
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Langland House AFHDEMENTIA MENTAL HEALTHWe specialize in personalized / individual care plans for each resident. We specialize in dementia care. We can accommodate unique individual dietary restrictions and have specialized memory care plans for our residents who have dementia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease
Adult Family Care in Seattle, WA
Welcome to our Senior Living
options in Seattle, WA.
We understand that finding the right care for your loved one can be challenging, but we’re here to help. Our listing page includes a variety of care options that are available in Seattle. Each of these locations provide care for older adults, and many of them also have the capability to care for those with dementia, mental health, and developmentally disabled individuals.
We have compiled a list of the top care locations in Seattle that offer high-quality care services and support for their residents. Our listings include a variety of services and include information on the facilities, their location, contact information, and the type of care they provide. Here you’ll be able to find the right care option that best fits your loved one’s needs.
Choosing the Right Adult Family Care Location
When looking at adult family care, it’s important to research and compare the different options available. Here are a few steps you can take to find the right fit for your loved one:
Make A List
Make a list of your loved one’s care needs, including any special needs such as dementia or developmentally disabled, and check to see which home offers memory care services and are equipped to meet those needs.
Schedule A Tour
Visit the homes in Seattle in person to get a sense of the atmosphere and to meet with staff members. This will give you a better idea of the level of care and attention your loved one will receive.
Ask The Right Questions
Ask about the payment options they accept, including long-term care insurance, Medicaid and other government-funded health care programs.
Listen For Good Reviews
Talk to current residents or their families to get an idea of their experience with the home and the care they received.
Compare the options and select the best one that meets your loved one’s specific needs, budget and location.