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There are 10 assisted living facilities in Olympia, WA and 16 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Olympia, WA is $4,250 per month.
The Sequoia Assisted Living Community, located in Olympia, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
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Brooks Blessings AFH offers a range of care giving services in an intimate, family environment. Located on the beautiful Mima Prairie just minutes from Olympia we provide care and companionship in an exclusive setting. Brooks Blessings is an alternative to…
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Often the mental demands of those struggling with Alzheimer's disease can take over the emotional needs. But at JEA Senior Living, we keep the emotional needs and feelings of your loved one at the very center of what we do.…
Here at Artesian Place, we believe each senior deserves to spend their later years in a warm and caring environment, and we offer this to respite and long-term residents alike.
The median cost of assisted living in Olympia for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,250/month (Genworth - 2018). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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The Sequoia was a very small, older facility. It didn't have many bells and whistles. The rooms were more studio-style, but it felt backwards that when you go into the room, you're actually entering the bedroom and then you turn to go to the little living area. It had a nice, little, protected courtyard area that was v...Read more The Sequoia Assisted Living Community reviews
I visited the Sequoia Assisted Living Community, and I liked it. The staff member was knowledgeable, very helpful, and she gave information to my daughter to follow up on the VA to see how much I could get. The rooms could be a little bigger. They have two dining rooms, and they have a kitchen-type area in the big dini...Read more The Sequoia Assisted Living Community reviews
I've been at The Sequoia for a little while now. I'm a diabetic so I have to have injections, and the nurses are very good. They come on time, so I don't have to wait around for them in the morning. The food here is good, which is very important to me. It's clean. I have a nice room. I'm happy here, but I wish there wa...Read more The Sequoia Assisted Living Community reviews
This is a solid community for seniors with a moderate retirement budget. The community is best suited for seniors who require only minimal daily assistance, and are looking for an option that is safer than living solo. The community is clean, but could use some TLC. Seniors who enjoy cooking and baking will find that ...Read more Brookdale Olympia East reviews
The vibrant state capital of Olympia sits on the southern tip of Puget Sound with panoramic views of the Olympic Mountains. As the cultural center of the Puget Sound region, Olympia assisted living seniors will find the city bustling with art and cultural activities and events.
The Senior Services for South Sound is the place to meet friends and keep active with classes, activities and clubs. Nutritious noon meals are available as are other services such as haircuts, acupuncture and tax preparation.
To experience the visual arts in Olympia, senior living residents may take the guided Public Art Walking Tour and the Waterfront Public Art Tour. Aspiring artists may take art classes with the Olympia Parks and Recreation program.
Fisherman at Olympia senior living communities will find Nisqually Valley Fly Fishing in nearby Lacey a great place to try out the new fly. A privately owned “catch and release” fishery, the creek is stocked with steelhead rainbow trout. Anglers may choose to cast from small docks or from the open areas around the creek.
There are many venues for the performing arts in Olympia. At the Capital Playhouse, Olympia assisted living seniors can enjoy a musical hit such as Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Beauty and the Beast and My Fair Lady. Music lovers enjoy the talented Olympia Symphony Orchestra. And the Washington Center for Performing Arts, in the heart of Olympia, produces performances by national and international artists in a variety of performance genres.
Film buffs will enjoy award-winning international and independent films presented by the Olympia Film Society during the annual Olympia Film Festival and at special events throughout the year.
Historic Olympia is chronicled in many of the museums of the area. The Washington State Capital Museum maintains exhibits on regional Native American history and Olympia’s tenure as Washington’s capital. Lush lawns and gardens filled with Northwest flora surround the Capital Museum and are lovely to tour as well.
The Bigelow House museum is the oldest residence in Olympia and one of the oldest standing structures in the Pacific Northwest. At this museum seniors will learn about life in early Olympia and the Washington Territory.
Providence St. Peter Hospital provides the community with comprehensive medical, surgical and behavioral health services. The emergency treatment rooms are designed to handle a full range of patient conditions such as trauma, cardiac and other potentially contagious conditions. Named one of the Top 100 hospitals in the nation for cardiology, orthopedics and stroke care, Providence St. Peter provides superb medical care for Olympia assisted living seniors.
Olympia senior living residents can easily travel around Olympia and the surrounding area on the Intercity Transit bus system at a reduced fare. Under the Dash program, the downtown area from the Farmers Market at the edge of downtown to the Capital Campus is a free-ride zone. All buses are accessible for seniors and those with disabilities. However, for individuals who are unable to use the regular bus service, the Dial-a-Lift program provides door-to-door shared van service for the same fare as a regular bus.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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