Federal Way Assisted Living

There are 5 Assisted Living Facilities in Federal Way, WA and 30 Assisted Living Facilities nearby.

Average Cost: $4,500

Map of Federal Way Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Federal Way

Federal Way, WashingtonThe city of Federal Way sits along the shores of Puget Sound just eight miles north of downtown Tacoma and 25 miles south of Seattle. A growing city with a population of over 87,000, Federal Way offers waterfront, lake and mountain views, and an abundance of retail and recreational opportunities. Seniors who choose assisted living in Federal Way can take advantage of the Pacific Northwest's natural beauty while still enjoying the amenities and services of a large city.

Federal Way Recreation

Residents enjoying assisted living Federal Way can take shelter from the northwest's rainy weather at The Commons at Federal Way. The Commons is a large, enclosed shopping mall with over 80 shops and department stores. Seniors can take a break from browsing at one of several well-known restaurant chains within the mall, or they can catch a matinee on one of 16 screens at the Century Theater located in the mall. Seniors can also enjoy scenic views of Mount Rainier from The Crossings at Federal Way, an outdoor shopping center in the south edge of the city.

Federal Way Activities

While most assisted living facilities will schedule activities for the entertainment and enjoyment of their residents, residents of assisted living in Federal Way can take advantage of programs offered by the Federal Way Senior Center. The center offers regularly scheduled events such as bingo night, computer classes, poker games and dances. The center also leads guided walks. Seniors can also take in performances at Federal Way's Knutzen Family Theatre which hosts performances by local theater, dance and musical groups such as the Federal Way Symphony. The Theatre seats up to 234 people, is ADA accessible and provides assistive listening devices so that the hearing-impaired are able to enjoy the show.

Federal Way Medical Facilities

The city of Federal Way is serviced by St. Francis Hospital, a part of the Franciscan healthcare system which runs the nearby St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma.Federal Way assisted living resident St. Francis offers a wide range of medical services to accommodate your loved one's needs, and they offer specialized programs in the areas of weight management and orthopedic surgery. Their successful Joint Camp program aids patients before, during and after surgery to replace hips and knees affected by trauma or arthritis.

Federal Way Transportation

Residents of assisted living in Federal Way, which are a part of King County, can utilize the King County Metro Transit fleet of buses to travel around the city. Seniors who have limited mobility and qualify for Metro's ADA Paratransit Program can benefit from Metro's Access Transportation Service. The Access shuttles are specially equipped to handle wheelchairs and provide shared ride service along existing bus routes. In addition, King County has been running the Senior Services Transportation Program since 1975. The program is free to any King County resident who is 60 years or older who are able to enter and exit a vehicle with minimal assistance. The program currently has over 350 volunteer drivers who use their own vehicles to accompany your family member from their assisted living community to essential appointments.

Cost of Assisted Living in Federal Way

Assisted living rates will vary based on the community, but the median monthly cost for assisted living in the Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue metropolitan area is $4,500 with prices ranging from $1,395 to $9,248. Seniors considering assisted living in Federal Way should plan on spending about $54,000 annually for care.*

Find Assisted Living in Federal Way

Assisted living in Federal Way can provide residents with affordable living in a vibrant, healthy city. Find assisted living communities in Federal Way by visiting our Federal Way Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell.
*Genworth Financial 2012 Cost of Care Survey.
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