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110 Independent Living Communities in King County, Washington

There are 110 independent living communities in King County, WA and several independent living communities nearby.

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Reviews of Independent Living Facilities in King County

Erin

5

November 15, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mom received wonderful kind care at Victoria 1. My mom entered Maria's (owner) care Sept 2022 with moderate to late-stage dementia. Maria made the transition as kind/safe as possible for my mom and as transparent/gentle as she could for me. They adapted quickly to my mom's changing needs, always supported her getting out into the world, and keeping her moving. My mom's dementia progressed quickly (common at her stage) and I always felt that Maria kept me in the know and ensured my mom felt safe and loved. I know loved is a big word for a paid caregiver but I genuinely believe Maria appreciated my mom as a person not just a patient. Maria met my mom at her "least like my mom" and still saw a lovely wonderful person. The home was always impeccable, her room was clean, and she was tidy and put together. Maria made wonderful food, celebrated birthdays and her Christmas joy is unmatched. I am confident Maria did everything right by my mom...and our family. Feel free to ask for my name as a reference. (Erin Cox)

MDonovan

3

May 17, 2023

I am/was a resident of this facility

I've lived at Traditions for almost 2 years. In making the decision where to live, one of the things I really liked about Traditions was the security. I love it here but it is getting more and more dangerous to live here. There is a resident that is letting homeless people and prostitutes into the building. Just today, there was a homeless man bathing in the dog bath area in one of our garages. Management is aware yet this resident is still here! They have him on camera letting people in or leaving a door open so they can come in. Yet, he is still here!!! I received a rent increase in November of almost $200 and this is what I'm paying for?????? I have to carry pepper spray to take my dog out!!!!!

Me

1

November 4, 2022

I am/was a resident of this facility

DO NOT PUT YOUR FAMILY MEMBER IN THIS FACILITY. 1. First of all, it’s in a neighborhood with crackheads, crime and heavy police activity. The facility was shot up in a hail of gunfire hitting 3 rooms with residents inside. 2. The facility is constantly understaffed due to a high turnover rate and staff’s frustration with management. It’s a constant revolving door of new hires. 3. They hire staff that don’t have a solid working knowledge of English to relay pertinent medical information to paramedics (which can determine the life or death of your loved one). 4. They have staff that don’t know the correct way to administer CPR to save your loved one’s life. 5. Needed repairs go ignored for months and for some residents a year or more, leaving some residents to live in squalor. 6. There is no initiative taken in updating residents or their families on repair issues or why they can’t be done. 7. They have kitchen staff and CNA’s that are emotionally and verbally abusive to residents. 8. The Administrator, Leanna, lacks essential leadership skills leaving a poor organizational culture, has inferior communication and problem solving skills, lacks empathy and compassion towards residents she does not like and takes no responsibility for her lack of leadership, leaving residents devoid of high quality service and care. 9. There is a constant malodorous smell in the facility. 10. Residents consistently walk around with EXTREMELY offensive body odor (urine and a wicked stench from not bathing). 11. Dietary Aids and kitchen staff don’t follow state laws for washing hands. I’ve seen trash cans being pushed before being served food without a hand wash . 12. There is deep resentment and retaliation towards those residents who call the state regarding the facility’s neglect. 13. And that’s not even everything. It’s is a run-down facility on it’s last leg. Even visitors can tell the place is poorly managed. That place is a slum and needs to be shut down.

Loti, visitor

5

October 12, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Professional, caring staff. Happy residents who are respected and directed to activities they enjoy.

Anonymous

2

August 15, 2022

I am/was a resident of this facility

Birch Heights is a 4-story building with 125 people and one elevator. There have been numerous injuries of people trying to navigate into the one elevator particularly after meal times, where a 100 people give or take, are trying to go up 2 to 4 floors. Probably 50% of whom has some type of walking device, either an automatic or manual chair, a cart, crutches, or canes. The elevator can accommodate maybe 6 people, and when they all have carts it may accommodate 4 at the most. A couple of months ago, a woman had her foot broken by somebody with a motorized cart driving over her foot while she was in the elevator, and sent her to the hospital. While that was an uncommon incident, there were many other injury incidences that are common. The elevator breaks 6 to 8 times in a year. Three days ago, the elevator broke again, and it immobilized the 3 people that are in wheelchairs and most of the people that had carts because they couldn't get into an elevator to go up to the 3rd or 4th floor to get into their medications or to do whatever else they maybe wanted to do. This happens frequently in this facility, sometimes twice in a month, sometimes 3 months go by without it happening at all. The local management here has no control over policy that takes place, that's the big part of the problem. The staff is excellent; the management is terrible. The local people have no control over doing anything. They always have to check the corporate office. The local management tries very hard to accommodate the residents here, but they can't do anything. The elevator situation is borderline horrific. People are having broken bones by using the elevator. The local management is not the problem, it's the corporate management. When people can be easily injured in a facility even if other things like the quality of the food or the cleanliness of the building, those things become somewhat irrelevant when there's something that's very overwhelmingly wrong with what's going on.

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