Assisted Living Facilities at Beacon Hill Adult Home Care in Seattle, Washington
Our goal is to assist you in finding the best available independent and assisted living facilities in the state of Washington. There are more than three thousand Washington Assisted Living Facilities to select from. Just Click on the county of your interest below to see the list of Washington assisted living facilities available in your area.
Senior Living Facilities can be the best solution for many seniors who value their independence, yet need some assistance with daily needs. If they want to live an active and fulfilling life, senior assisted living may be the right choice. If you know a senior in Washington that could benefit from assisted living, there are many to choose from, offering varying degrees of independence.
Beacon Hill Adult Home Care
|3002 16Th Ave S|
|Seattle, WA 98144|
|Contact: Christman, Zenaida|
|Phone: (206) 323-1895|
|Location Number: 40007110|
|Facility Identification: 38407|
|Type: Adult Family Home|
|Specialty: Mental Health, Dementia, Developmental Disabilities|
|Contract and Services: Client Services|
|Capacity: 6 Beds|
See a list of the Cost of Assisted Living in Washington - 2011
Residential care facilities provide activities, housekeeping, laundry, meals and snacks, medication assistance and coordination of health care services. They provide special dietary needs for their residents with diabetes and other special dietary needs.
Assessments prior to admission are completed on all residents prior to move in date. The purpose of this assessment is to determine if the facility can adequately meet the needs of the individual. Within the first two weeks of move-in, a full evaluation is performed and a service plan is created.
The state of Washington requires that the care staff be sufficient in number to meet the needs of the residents. In addition, staff must be trained and able to implement any disaster or fire plans as needed, maintain a hazard-free environment, and provide the services needed by the residents under their care. The administrator may not be a resident of the home, must be at least 21 years old, and must have a combination of experience, education and training.
Special requirements must be met before an assisted living facility can have a unit designated to accept residents with dementia or Alzheimer's. All staff work with Alzheimer's residents must have specific training and independent activities must be offered.
It's a good idea to learn as much as possible about all the assisted living options that are available in your area. They could be called Residential Living Facilities, Adult Foster Homes, or Home Care Centers in your location. Everything you read and each facility you visit will help you to get closer to determining your own need. There are adult family homes, retirement communities, board and care homes, assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities and other options. Learning about the costs of assisted living and how to cover those costs is also very important. With all these options, and maybe because there are so many choices, it can be overwhelming. There's nothing wrong with getting help.
A few of the services offered by assisted living placement services are:
1) Help Determine if Assisted Living is Right for You
2) Determining the level of care needed
3) Locating the home or facility best suited to your needs
4) Helping you to negotiate the lowest possible price for you and your family
5) Helping you with finanacial planning so that your resources can be used wisely to cover the costs involved
6) Ensuring that the facility you choose is able to handle any special needs that you may have.
There are placement agencies that will be pleased to help you sort through the maze and make the best choice for your loved one. This is their field of expertise and they are happy to share the knowledge they've gathered with you. A few of our favorites are A Place For Mom, Elderlink, and Assisted Living. In Southern California and Southern Arizona, one of our favorites is Assisted Living Placements. Most referral agencies (sometimes called placement agencies) will provide their services free of charge.