Assisted Living Resources for Seniors: Redmond, Washington

With 35 parks and over 20 miles of hiking trails, Redmond offers the quiet of a smaller town without the isolation. Though it’s within 20 minutes of downtown Seattle, Redmond is not far from the Puget Sound and Cascade Mountains. This puts you right at the hub of nature and city life. Redmond is also popular with clients due to its low crime and poverty rates and lovely tree-lined neighborhoods. If your loved one has ties to the area or just loves the mountains, assisted living in Redmond would be a great choice.

But which facility should you choose? For a variety of reasons, moving a loved one into assisted living can be difficult; and that’s why we’re here to help. You’ll need to figure out what level of care is needed, how to pay for it, and you may have legal or other financial affairs to settle, too! Concierge Care Advisors know the Redmond area like locals, including the best facilities, and which ones to avoid. We only refer our clients to facilities that have passed our rigorous standards to ensure your senior is getting quality care. We not only provide information on the facility (that we have verified in person), but will also tour the residence with you—and we’ll do it for free. Once we’ve selected a facility together, we’ll help you take care of other details like finding financial resources, good doctors, and durable medical equipment. Contact us today to find out more information.

  • The Redmond Senior Center is home to numerous dances and events for seniors where they can be among their peers and enjoy active festivities.
  • Additionally, here are many art exhibits and events to partake in for an extra dose of culture and diversity, as the Art Commission provides indoor and outdoor exhibits. Of course, there’s also plenty of theater for those who want to sit back and enjoy a classic or modern performance.
  • Your loved one can enjoy classes at the Recreation Center, offering a wide variety of classes for seniors and people of all ages. These classes may include different levels of clay-making, drawing and painting, driftwood sculpture, and much more. The classes are a great way to socialize, stay active, and learn a new skill.