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There are 38 assisted living facilities in Spokane, WA and 2 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Spokane, WA is $3,750 per month.
At Windriver Place, seniors can continue to pursue an active, independent lifestyle of their making while having the peace of mind of knowing that assistance is just a call away.
Brookdale Park Place in Spokane offers exceptional and complete services and accommodations for independent living, assisted living and Alzheimer's or memory care.
Brookdale South Hill is a welcoming senior community that provides the finest in assisted living care and provides easy access to the shopping and recreation opportunities of Spokane.
LIVE WELL! Our mission statement says it all - Live Well! Our focus at The Open Door is to ensure your loved one is comfortable, very well cared for, and functioning at the highest levels possible given each unique individual's…
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Sullivan Park Assisted Living is part of Sullivan Park Campus of Care, which features independent living, assisted living apartments, and skilled nursing and rehab.
Willow Grove Assisted Living is a division of Legacy1864, a company dedicated to “Excellence in Care”, located in Spokane, Washington. Here at Willow Grove, we provide exceptional care for elderly and disabled individuals with both high and minimal care needs.…
The median cost of assisted living in Spokane for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,750/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Avamere at South Hill||$2,395/month|
|Fairwinds - Spokane||$2,850/month|
|South Hill Village||$3,595/month|
|Sullivan Park Assisted Living Community||$3,215/month|
|The Lodge at Riverside Harbor||Post Falls||$3,250/month|
The facilities were really nice at Fairwinds, but it's too expensive for me. It was well kept, had a lot of rooms for activities, and was nice and neat. All the people were really hospitable, and everybody was professional. I think they served two meals a day, had a library, a fitness room, and an atrium. It was well l...Read more Fairwinds - Spokane reviews
I really liked Fairwinds. Probably if I have to choose right now between the three places, I would choose them because it's smaller. It had independent living and assisted living. I think a quieter place would be better for me like here. Cleanliness and amenities were good. The person who was with me during the tour wa...Read more Fairwinds - Spokane reviews
We have chosen Fairwinds-Spokane because it's very nice. There are multiple activities and outings for the residents and they have an activity room. I don't have any complaints with the living environment, it's very nice. The independent living residents eat in the dining room once a day in the evening, and they have b...Read more Fairwinds - Spokane reviews
Fairwinds - Spokane was a well-done and wonderful place. I loved it. The staff during the tour was wonderful from the beginning to the end. They had a sign out there in the front when we arrived welcoming my uncle and aunt. The gal that interviewed us was wonderful. All of them were very helpful. It's a very good commu...Read more Fairwinds - Spokane reviews
Fairwinds - Spokane was a very nice place and it had a lot to offer, but we couldn't afford it. Everybody was good to us. We had a meal there and it was good. They offered us more than we could eat. We only saw one room that was occupied. It looked very comfortable for two people. It was spacious, very clean, and well ...Read more Fairwinds - Spokane reviews
We're moving into Fairwinds - Spokane. It's very nice, and the staff was very competent. We've only eaten one meal there, and the dining area was very nice. They had a five-entree menu every night, so it's very good. They had a lot of activities. The apartment was one-of-a-kind in their unit. It's quite unique and quit...Read more Fairwinds - Spokane reviews
Located in Eastern Washington, the city of Spokane is the “heart of the inland Northwest” due to its central location between the borders of Idaho, Oregon, Washington and the Canadian Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia.
Spokane senior living provides seniors with a vibrant and dynamic array of activities and amenities to suit their active lifestyles. This bustling metropolitan area of over 400,000 residents offers easy access to extensive shopping, parks and recreation.
Sitting in the heart of downtown on the site of the 1974 World’s Fair is the much beloved Riverfront Park. The sprawling 100-acre park is a delight for Spokane assisted living residents who visit the park to enjoy a variety of attractions such as the giant IMAX theater, Enchanted Forest mini-golf course, and the Spokane Falls Skyride which offers spectacular birds-eye views of the Spokane River and Falls.
Just across the street from Riverfront Park is the River Park Square shopping center which boasts a wide range of stores and shops including Macy’s and Nordstrom’s, a selection of both casual and fine dining restaurants, and a variety of entertainment options including a 20-screen movie theater and art gallery.
Spokane senior living residents are never wanting for something to do since they can choose from any one of the regularly scheduled activities provided by Spokane’s many senior centers including the Southside Senior Activity and Community Center, Hillyard Senior Center, Sinto Senior Activity Center and Corbin Senior Activity Center.
Seniors also enjoy the many cultural activities and performances by groups such as the Spokane Jazz Orchestra, America’s oldest community supported big band, which plays at the historic Bing Crosby Theater, named for famous crooner Bing Crosby, who grew up in Spokane.
Residents of Spokane assisted living communities are just a short drive away from some of the best medical care in the region. Located in the heart of downtown Spokane, Valley Hospital and Medical Center has been serving the community since 1969. Valley Hospital employs over 500 healthcare professionals including both primary doctors and specialists who offer treatment in areas such as cardiology, gastroenterology, rehabilitation and orthopedics.
Traveling to and from a Spokane senior living community is easy. Residents can simply pick up a bus from any one of the 2500 bus stops serviced by the Spokane Transit Authority (STA). Seniors 65 years and older are eligible for discounted monthly VIP passes that can be used anywhere within the STA system.
Seniors with mobility issues who have trouble riding a regular STA bus may take advantage of the low-cost Paratransit service. Paratransit provides door-to-door, shared ride service to disabled and wheelchair-bound seniors who wish to use public transportation to access all the great activities Spokane has to offer.
Spokane assisted living attracts seniors who wish to stay active and engaged in their later years. Search for assisted living communities for your loved one by browsing our Spokane Assisted Living directory.
Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell.
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