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Foss Home And Village

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Overall Rating 3.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Ann Pulkkinen
    ★★★★★ 7 months ago

    When my friend needed post-acute rehab after an auto accident, I checked out every possible care facility in North Seattle. An RN with extensive experience with facilities recommended Foss, saying "The therapy is excellent, the food is not!" Very true! My friend has made spectacular progress due to excellent, caring therapists and nursing staff. And special kudos to the staff who cared for her personal needs with such kindness. I highly recommend Foss Sub-Acute Rehab.

  • Tania Fernandez
    ★★★★★ 5 months ago

    Every time I try to get ahold of my grandfather they either never pick up the phone or tell you to call back an in hour. And you do, and they are still busy and won't do anything In their power to call you back. My grandfather has fallen 3 times under their care as well. There are a few nurses whom are amazing and I deeply appreciate those nurses and care takers but some of the staff is absolutely rude and clearly don't care about the residents and their needs.

  • Penny Stafford
    ★★★★★ a year ago

    I think because Foss is church based and a non-profit they get away with a lot of elder care violations. Management all receive six figure salaries, meanwhile the staff is about the lowest paid anywhere but despite that, most of them are descent, nice people. The quality and the quantity of the food served to residents warrants a serious investigation. Most of it is unrecognizable and seems to be left over from food banks. Even if a resident can choke it down, it's such a small amount that the calories would be insufficient for proper body function, never mind how depressing it is to see that on your plate. Whether you're a 80 lb woman or a 210 pound man, your dinner is scraps of food that likely don't add up to 200 calories. If family members don't bring in extra food for the resident, they are left hungry.

  • Ben Levine
    ★★★★★ 2 years ago

    My Mom's needs are being met, and she likes the staff who help her - many of which spend extra time with her. They have recently upgraded their facilities to be more modern (which was due), and they have been very accommodating to special requests that we've made of them.

  • Benny Greatorex
    ★★★★★ 2 years ago

    My mother just spent about 3 weeks at Foss Home and Village and her service was very good. She was impressed with the commitment the employees have. They were all friendly and helpful. The stay put us and her in a position to succeed.

 

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ContractAssisted Living
Beds60
License Expires2010-10-31




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