Information About Assisted Living Facility in Edmonds
Just 15 miles north of Seattle, Edmonds is a waterfront city with spectacular views of Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and the Cascade Range. Assisted living in Edmonds
is ideal for seniors who have dreamed of waterfront living with an active arts community and a variety of community events.
The summer Concerts in the Park
are an excellent way for seniors enjoying assisted living in Edmonds to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon. Just bring your own lawn chair or blanket to the outdoor concerts in City Park which are accessible to persons with disabilities. It's a fun afternoon of music and entertainment. Seniors interested in dabbling in the arts will find Art Works the place to take art classes, attend art shows and art events.
The South County Senior Center
is the "friendliest place in the friendliest town." Residents of assisted living in Edmonds will find a wide range of classes, programs, activities and services. The Center has a computer lab and offers hot daily lunches. The beautiful concert hall of the Edmonds Center for the Arts is the venue for the region's performing arts. The Center's season is an exciting mix of artists and a variety of performance arts from the classical to comedy. The Olympic Ballet Theater, Edmonds' resident company, offers a season of ballet performed by a mix of professional and promising student dancers.
Edmonds Medical Facilities Swedish/Edmonds
is the primary healthcare provider for residents of assisted living in Edmonds. Formerly known as Stevens Hospital, the Edmonds campus of Swedish
Medical Center provides a full range of medical services, diagnostic services, specialty clinics and a variety of support services. The busy Emergency Department serves approximately 44,000 patients a year, yet its waiting times are the lowest in western Washington. Treatment rooms are private and equipped with the latest medical equipment. Evergreen Hospital
in nearby Kirkland, provides primary and specialty care, home health, hospice and community-based outreach programs. Its new DeYoung Pavillion is a state-of-the-art facility designed with advance treatment capabilities in an environment created with low-chemical paints, adhesives and cabinetry. Located in the Pavillion is Evergreen's Neuroscience Institute which treats stroke, Parkinson's, movement disorders and multiple sclerosis.
Local community transportation is provided by Community Transit
. Every Community Transit bus is equipped for wheelchairs and most buses have special features for easy boarding. The Dial-A-Ride
program is available for persons who are unable to ride the Community buses. Community Transit provides affordable and convenient transportation in and around the city for residents of assisted living in Edmonds.
Find Assisted Living in Edmonds
Edmonds offers the right combination of community activities and shoreline recreation for seniors interested in living at the water's edge. You'll find senior living communities
on our Edmonds Assisted Living
page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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