From the Provider
Residents at University House Issaquah enjoy a warm and vibrant lifestyle, exceptional care, and an elegant ambiance. The community offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Support Services, and a unique Health & Wellness program. Resident activities and events are enriched by the connection with the University of Washington Retirement Association (UWRA).
The community offers a vast array of amenities, including a beautiful living room and dining room, gallery, fitness center, indoor swimming pool, recreation center, computer resource center, garden courtyards, solariums, library, beauty salon, Health & Wellness Center, and much more. A variety of apartment types include studios, one bedroom/one bath, two bedroom/one bath, two bedrooms/two baths, and a number of penthouse suites.
Era Living is the only retirement community organization to have a partnership with the #1 nationally-rated University of Washington School of Nursing. Through this collaboration, state-of-the-art Wellness and Active Aging programs have been developed and are available at all Era Living Communities.
Reviews of University House Issaquah
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of a resident
the grounds a clean, safe, and easy to get around. the staff is very friendly and professional- excellent bedside mannor. and they manage multiple levels of need, from hardly any, to total dependance with care and respect. the food is often locally sourced and was better than expected, with a great deal of variety. most importantly the community is very strong. not just the staff, but he residents as well. the whole buliding is very clean, and never felt sickly.
I visited this facility
If there’s a place I would want to be, it’s definitely in this facility. They seem to have everything here.
The amenities include: an entry area that looks like a fancy hotel, saltwater swimming pool, a salon that opens more often, a large dining room and larger variety of rooms configuration. It also has a broader mix of people; active seniors and some using walkers or in wheel chairs.
This place has a unique policy, a policy to be actively friendly. If someone is new, one resident acts as a mentor to show the new one around. They also try to match up similar interests and likes. For instance, a woman started a painting group. They meet on their own every week to do some activities.