Set alongside the gentle Sammamish River and bustling Burke-Gilman trail, Aegis of Redmond is reminiscent of a cozy bed and breakfast inn. This charming community is a welcoming and peaceful place to call home.
Intimate community. Easy to navigate, our inviting community features a cozy bistro, elegant dining room, activity-filled living room, and covered courtyard overlooking the river. Raised garden beds and manicured landscape bloom and grow in every season.
Ideal location. Conveniently located just blocks from the Redmond Senior Center, King County Library, Redmond Town Center and Redmond City Hall, our community is easily accessible from SR 520 and close to dining, entertainment, and shopping.
Memory care. Our Life’s Neighborhood ™ for residents with memory loss is the perfect setting to reminisce, sing, share, and enjoy in a secured environment with our highly trained care staff.
Northwest cuisine. Our chefs delight in bringing our residents the best local produce and ingredients to make their dining experience a joy every day.
Never a dull moment. Our Life Enrichment program is filled with scheduled daily activities from our four activities directors who make every day special. To stay active, our wellness fitness director offers classes and personalized sessions. And our full-time music therapist brings joy and healing through music.
Please contact a member of our team to schedule a tour today.
Enjoy these notes written to our staff members from family and friends of residents. We call them WOW stories, because they are tales about Aegis Living team members who provided such a high level of service that it knocked the socks off appreciative residents – touching their hearts and ours.
Norma & John’s 37th Anniversary – 1/27/2016
This last week we had two of our residents, Norma & John, celebrate their 37th wedding anniversary. As this was a very special day for them we really wanted to do something that was unique. Unfortunately getting out of the community to a fancy restaurant is too difficult, so we brought the fancy restaurant to them!
We set up a private dining table for dinner, with rose petals spread across the table. We even had candles (flameless of course), heart shaped napkins, a bouquet of roses, and even a card signed by all the staff. We ordered in two filet mignon dinners from their favorite local steakhouse, and even had our music therapist play romantic piano music while they ate.
John, who still calls Norma his beautiful bride, said it was above anything he expected. When we asked what the key is to a long marriage, John said, “We’ve been on our honeymoon for 37 years. That’s what makes it fun.”