3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities Near Mercer Island, WA

2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Mercer Island, WA

Aljoya Mercer Island

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2430 76th Avenue SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
"We looked at Aljoya, but my mom did not qualify for it. I think it was a lovely place for people who have the money and are living pretty independently on their own. It was a wonderful community. " More

Covenant Shores

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
9150 Fortuna Drive, Mercer Island, WA 98040
"My mother was in rehab care at Covenant Shores in Mercer Island. It was a very nice, very well-kept, and very friendly community. The rooms were not large, but were pleasant, and they had a garden..." More

1 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Mercer Island, WA

Park Shore

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1630 43rd Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112
"It's being remodeled to our specs, and we're moving in soon to Park Shore. It has the greatest views around. It's upscale. It's not dominated by people who make you feel older. It's in the middle..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Mercer Island
  • Review of Covenant Shores

    The memory care unit "Reflections" is a disheartening place. It's a system based on the belief that people with dementia should be locked away and left to watch the same station on t.v. day in a da... Read more

    Simone Price
  • Review of Covenant Shores

    Covenant Shores Health Center is NO place for Mom! Despite the prestigious zip code, the picturesque setting on Lake Washington, and the slick, touchy-feely marketing, the Health Center is just a ... Read more

    threesons
  • Review of Covenant Shores

    The new HC Administrator Victor. O Lacks professionalism to begin with, treats his staff like shit let alone other internal dept., doesnt respect his co workers,shifts his responsibility of his dep... Read more

    Mirand
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