Assisted Living Resources: Bellevue, Washington
Bellevue residents often refer to their home as “a city in a park,” and this isn’t much of an exaggeration. Bellevue is home to more than 100 parks, beaches, and nature trails, plus access to beautiful lake Washington. Because of its ideal location and low crime rate, Bellevue was ranked #2 in the “best cities to live in” by USA today in 2014. Seniors and their families have also taken notice of the low crime rate and moderate climate; there are now over one hundred care providers and organizations involved in elder housing and care–some good, some not-so-good. If you’d like some help narrowing down your options, free of charge, contact a Care Advisor today. Besides lightening the work load, our team can also give you peace of mind, because we personally check every facility and home before recommending it.
Because of its popularity as a retirement destination, Bellevue has assisted living choices for seniors at every level of care. The community has a decidedly “small down” feeling, and is filled with senior-friendly events. Fans of the arts will enjoy Bellevue’s growing visual arts and music communities; among other events, the city even hosts a nationally-renowned jazz festival in the summer. The region’s healthy economy means that the local senior center offers an incredible variety of resources for elders. If you’d like to relocate yourself or your loved one to Bellevue, or continue living in the area after retirement, contact us today to enjoy free concierge-level services, including help with touring facilities, filling out paperwork, and even procuring financial aide.
- Whether it’s free dental care or tai chi, check out the information below the North Bellevue Center is always offering both fun and useful events for people of all income levels.
- The Sound Generations helps connect King County elders to services like transportation, food assistance, and wellnes checks.
- The Bellevue area now has its own Senior Social Meetup group.