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Assisted Living Facilities in TACOMA, WA

WALLER ROAD HOME

4710 WALLER RD E, TACOMA, Washington 98443

Pierce County

License #: 1014

Capacity: 9 people

Phone #: (253) 922-2550

LIFE MANOR ASSISTED LIVING

1609 S UNION AVENUE, TACOMA, Washington 98405

Pierce County

License #: 1291

Capacity: 55 people

Phone #: (253) 779-3800

Brookdale Allenmore AL (WA)

3615 S. 23RD STREET, TACOMA, Washington 98405

Pierce County

License #: 1701

Capacity: 80 people

Phone #: (253) 759-7770

CASCADE PARK VISTA

242 ST HELENS AVE S, TACOMA, Washington 98402

Pierce County

License #: 1251

Capacity: 117 people

Phone #: (253) 627-3833

CHARLTON PLACE

9723 South Steele St, TACOMA, Washington 98444

Pierce County

License #: 2120

Capacity: 105 people

Phone #: (253) 589-1834

King's Manor Senior Living Community

8609 PORTLAND AVENUE, TACOMA, Washington 98445

Pierce County

License #: 1566

Capacity: 76 people

Phone #: (253) 538-7222

Tacoma, Washington Assisted Living for Seniors

The city where Dale Chihuly was born, Tacoma is home to a creative and vibrant community of filmmakers, writers, photographers, musicians, artists, small business owners, and passionate entrepreneurs. As if that was not enough, it also serves as a base for multinationals like BNY Mellon, State Farm Insurance, Key Bank, and Columbia Bank. Charming neighborhoods that offer big-city amenities draw in families, especially in the downtown area because it provides competitive living spaces with striking water, mountain, and city views. Worth noting is that Tacoma is a haven for cyclists, runners, and hikers.

Tacoma also welcomes seniors from all over the states by offering some of the best assisted living facilities. Most of these communities offer emergency pendants for all the residents, which they can wear around the neck or on their wrists.  Older adults use them to call for help in emergency cases to receive immediate help. They allow occupants to use them anywhere on the residences, eliminating the need for many pull cords all over the place - something that can be a dangerous hazard.  A majority of the facilities also have coded entry to enhance the safety of all the occupants.

Today, almost all Tacoma senior living residences do not have visiting hours. It is because they want residents to feel like they are home where friends and families visit them as they please. Visitors are also welcome to share meals and participate in special events. Some homes also have mailboxes for all their occupants where they can receive packages and letters.

SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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