Frequently Asked Questions about Laurel Cove

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Where is Laurel Cove Located?

Laurel Cove Community is located at 17201 15th Ave NE, Shoreline, WA ,98155––about fifteen miles north of Seattle.

What Does Laurel Cove Do?

Laurel Cove provides senior care in the Shoreline area north of Seattle Washington. . Our living styles include assisted living, independent living, memory care, and short-term respite care. 

How much does Laurel Cove cost?

Laurel Cove costs will vary by the type of care needed and apartment size; however, you can expect to pay around $6000  per month for a private studio and care.  This charge includes three daily meals and access to all of our amenities.

What types of services does Laurel Cove provide?

Laurel Cove provides assisted living, independent living, memory care, and short-term respite care. 

Why should I choose Laurel Cove For Memory Care?

Laurel Cove’s memory care is rooted in the Best Friends Approach, a methodology based on empathy and understanding of each resident’s unique needs. By treating each resident with dignity and respect, we help them live their lives to the fullest. 

Why should I choose Laurel Cove For Respite Care?

Laurel Cove offers flexible respite care services that allow caregivers to take much-needed breaks and return to providing care to the best of their abilities. 

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Testimonials:

"...I have peace of mind that she's not lonely and isolated, and she's got a place to stay for the long term, and won't have to go anywhere else."

"Everybody was so engaged. The rooms are big. The staff was friendly and nice"

They [Laurel Cove Caregivers] provide my mom with just the right amount of structure and flexibility, and she’s so happy. Meanwhile, I have peace of mind that she’s not lonely and isolated, and she’s got a place to stay for the long term and won’t have to go anywhere else.

Liz C.

I had an in-person tour of Laurel Cove Community. It was really, friendly. Everybody seemed to know people's names, and they chatted with each other. The staff was friendly and nice. It was a homier feeling.

Constance

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