5 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Spokane County, WA

Fairwood Village

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Provides: Continuing Care Communities
312 W. Hastings Road, Spokane, WA 99218
"My tour at Fairwood Village was wonderful. I like it. The rooms were very nice and very clean. They have everything you could imagine. The grounds were a little bigger too. The thing I didn't like..." More

Good Samaritan Society Spokane Valley

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Provides: Continuing Care Communities
17121 E 8th Avenue, Spokane Valley, WA 99016
"Good Samaritan Society is the only place we visited and is where we are going to sign up. It has cottages, and you can move from there to an apartment with assistance, if you need it, and then full..." More

Rockwood South

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Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2903 E 25Th Ave, Spokane, WA 99223
"Rockwood Retirement Community was very nice. They were excellent. I highly recommend them. It was a lovely place for a senior. They had a beautiful dining room. They had lovely apartments in the..." More

Riverview Retirement Community

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Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1801 E. Upriver Drive,, Spokane, WA 99207
"Riverview was right near a river. It was gorgeous. It had assisted living, cottages, and a fantastic Olympic-sized swimming pool, plus you got you own washer and dryer. We went for dessert, and it..." More

Rockwood at Hawthorne

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Provides: Continuing Care Communities
101 E. Hawthorne Road, Spokane, WA 99218
"We live in Rockwood at Hawthorne. It has a beautiful campus with flowers and lawn. There is a Manor which we live in and there is a courtyard. There's a fountain and you can sit around it. People..." More

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