Assisted Living Resources for Seniors: Milton, Washington

Milton is a lush enclave that is far enough from Tacoma to have a small-town feeling. Its tranquil environment offers parks and riverfront walking, while still being close enough to major hospitals and other resources. The City of Milton puts a lot of emphasis on bringing residents together; whether it be volunteer events, the arts, classes, and summer and winter festivals.

Our Advisors love recommending Milton as a destination for civic and community-minded elders. In fact, Milton has won “Best Community Based Organization”, “Best Community Event”, and “Best Festival.” With such a tight-knit and community located conveniently to bigger cities, many Senior living options have sprung up in the area. Depending on what type of senior care you’re looking for, you might be facing dozens of different facilities to choose from. This is where we come in! Our advisors have local knowledge of the community, including the best facilities as well as the ones to avoid.

At Concierge Care Advisors, we provide you with expert senior housing recommendations and concierge-level service: assistance with financing, finding medical care, and more. Over the years, we have built up a trusted network of facilities and professionals that have all been screened in-person by our Advisors to make sure seniors always get the quality care they deserve. Contact us today to get free help with what can be an overwhelming tasks.

  • Check out the Milton Activity Center, a community space offering classes in art and other skills, games, and other opportunities to socialize. Additionally, numerous fitness classes are available including general fitness to build muscle, yoga, and Zumba for those who love to dance and workout. On the first Monday of each month, foot care is also available.
  • The nearby Puyallup Recreation Center offers opportunities for recreation, Senior social events, an.
  • The Milton Events Committee will give you a complete and up-to-date schedule of events, meetings, and–of course–information about Milton’s seasonal festivals.