The manager and staff are very friendly and try hard to please. However the food is not what would be expected. It seems they try to give so many options they are unable to really provide good meals and most are subpar. The hardest part is the amount of money that is expected for every little thing that is done...
Silver Creek was very nice. Everyone was fine. They were very nice and very informative. I didn’t get the chance to see an apartment because nothing was open at the time for us to see. The facility was very nice.
Silver Creek by Bonaventure was a very friendly, clean place. They seemed to have a lot of activities for their residents. The rooms were nice. The office staff were very helpful and answered all of my questions. I want to live there myself.
Good people, good staff, recent remodel, nice appearance. ED has good background and experience at managing comfortable, attractive buildings. Residents are happy. Nice location. Good view from some rooms.
Information About Assisted Living Facility in Puyallup
Located at the base of Mt. Rainier, the city of Puyallup is just 10 miles inland from neighboring Tacoma and only a 30-minute drive south of Seattle.
Formerly a farming community known for its berries and flowers, Puyallup has blossomed into a regional center of commerce for East Pierce County. Puyallup assisted living seniors are provided with numerous shopping, dining and recreational activities to suit their active lifestyles.
Even though they are just a short ride away from the hustle and bustle in Seattle, many Puyallup senior living residents choose to stay close to home for fun and leisure. Seniors who enjoy pressing their luck visit the nearby Emerald Queen Casino in Fife, which in addition to offering a variety of slot machines and Vegas-style table games also hosts a rotating line-up of well-known musical and comedy performers.
Many assisted living seniors also head over to South Hill Mall in Puyallup's South Hill neighborhood. The Mall is home to a six-screen Regal Cinemas, several prominent restaurant chains, and big box retailers such as Target, Macy's, JCPenny and Sears.
If the activities provided at a Puyallup assisted living community aren't enough, seniors may take advantage of the classes and programs offered by the Puyallup Recreation Center. The Center offers a range of activities from Bingo to Pinochle to line dancing and table tennis.
With a spring event that happens in April and a bigger Fall event in September, the Puyallup Fair is a favorite among residents all over the Puget Sound region who travel from all over to "Do the Puyallup." The Fair celebrates the city's agricultural roots with a rodeo, demo derby, animal exhibits and delectable down-home food booths.
Puyallup Medical Facilities
Puyallup senior living residents must look after their health in order to keep up with all there is to see and do in the city. Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup has been serving residents of East Pierce County since 1952. A part of the MultiCare health network of hospitals and clinics, Good Samaritan is home to 300 of the region's top doctors, the Dr. Richard C. Ostenson Cancer Center, and a newly-renovated, state-of-the-art surgery center. The hospital also offers healthcare services through a number of neighborhood clinics throughout the city.
Public bus transportation from a Puyallup assisted living community to anywhere in the city and surrounding areas is available through Pierce Transit. Seniors may also take advantage of the regional commuting options provided by Sound Transit, which offers express bus as well as commuter rail service to and from Tacoma and Seattle-great for a day trip to museums, shopping and more.
For seniors with mobility issues, Pierce Transit runs a SHUTTLE program that provides door-to-door service in wheelchair equipped vans that operate within the Pierce Transit service area.
Search for senior living communities in Puyallup by visiting our Puyallup Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell.Back to Top