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"I visited Brittany Park with my Mother last week. I found that the facility had excellent amenities and services. The sales personel were exceedingly friendly and helpful. I plan to make a deposit..." More
"After having a difficult time with a different assisted-living provider, we transferred our grandmother to Aegis of Bothell. Aegis has been perfect. My grandmother requires a scooter to move about..." More
"I visited this facility on several occasions to see my God-Mother. She has been a resident here for three years now and I most recently visited her in July of 2012. I love this facility for many..." More
"Our experience is similar to the first review. This is a beautiful facility and conveniently located for follow on medical help for our Mom. Staffing is bare bones; only one person in the whole..." More
"My dad lives at this community and has been there for about a year. The staff has been very patient with him and it shows how much they care for him. The nurses and aids are very responsive and my..." More
"My aunt and uncle lived at this home. My aunt had alzheimer's and Uncle had dementia after a stroke. They where very well cared for, as my Uncle said it was as if they where at home with their own..." More
"Life Care Center Kirkland is a very light and airy facility. The place has a very friendly feeling. It's got a lot of big rooms around for dining and for games. Our relative that was there was..." More
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