Auburn Meadows Senior Community Assisted Living & Special Ca
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Does Auburn Meadows Senior Community Assisted Living & Special Ca, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
1 of 1 users say yes
Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Cameron Eddy★★★★★ 5 months ago
Good realistic housing. You wont be overwhelmed with choices on the menu and you won't be pampered but if you need a little help with chores or someone to keep an eye on you because you are forgetful the staff and community are good people if not a little opinionated. The building needs some maintenance that corporate is taking their sweet time on but everything works.
deanna Zamora★★★★★ a year ago
My father was taken for literally everything he owned ,(3 cars, his house)? by my step family after my step mother passed away about a year ago. He was abandoned at an emergency room 3 hours away from me and im low income and no car. We placed him for 30 days in a residential facility where there was zero tolerance for alcohol and tobacco products. I went on a bus to bring him to my home. (2 bedroom,ow income housing with his 2 dogs, my dog and now 4 adults. I found Prestige and our prayers were answered. We quickly placed the $500 deposit to hold it while we arranged to go get furniture and dogs from Moses lake after renting a u haul & hiring help & we were given the keys to move in after also taking the dogs for check uos & obtain clean bills of health for them both ($$). We moved in his things. Last step was to meet with the nurse. The regional nurse has decided that they will likely not accept him now due to a ?? regarding alcohol that he answered that led them to believe he was drinking even with written testimony he's been sober over 60 days and hasn't even asked for any and I addressed it on the very day we took a tour as I was worried about their once a week, 1 hour happy hour but Stacy assured me he'd either not be served or given non alcoholic beverages. Move in day came last sat for him. He was so excited to finally have a place to call his own and LIVE, not just EXIST. We are now waiting for my dad's Dr to send in a fax and this is our last small chance as im being given names of other people who help find places for elderly. We had the money all worked out because of a move in special they are offering now & im told it's unlikely we'll find an affordable place with 2 dogs. I'd like to ask for some prayers for my dad, Don. He's a Vietnam vet who's retired from the Seattle public school district after 25 years of working. He's got the biggest, softest heart. Everything is riding on this last string of dental floss sized hope so if u are reading this, please say a prayer for him. For all of us. God bless and im im s prestige in Auburn Meadows will make the choice to accept my dad because he truly deserves to be there in that beautiful atmosphere and amongst happy faces of his peers. If anyone has ANYTHING, ANY SUGGESTIONS, ANY ideas of how to help them see how he's a great guy who USED to have a problem but now has dimentia, a colostomy bag from rectal cancer he beat and incontinence. He deserves proper care. PLEASE?? ?
Moneca Pimentel Redmon★★★★★ 2 years ago
The people that work there really do care about the residents. Mathew is great!! You got to love his energy. It's wonderful to know that the residents there are in good hands. It's a very peaceful, quiet place. With cute bunnys all around the property.????
John Shefcik★★★★★ 5 months ago
Great staff that cares for your loved ones and a beautiful building tucked away from the noise of the big city. Very quite and peaceful. A+++. Must stop and check it out.I have to Update this as this building has gone thru a management change which has lower my rating as this company has fallen from grace. They have switched from being focused on profit instead of resident care.
Janet Holttum★★★★★ 3 years ago
The people that work at Auburn Meadows are real nice and do real well with the help they give me. The meals are good. There are a good variety of options to choose from on the meals. I have made some good new friends, and I like or love people I have met and got acquainted with here. I enjoy all of the activities I have taken part in - bingo, poker, uno, ice cream socials (sometimes rootbeer floats and milkshakes), and mystery trip bus rides.
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