Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“We could not be happier with the staff, activities, care and all around cleanliness and upkeep of this remarkable place. We couldn’t have made a better choice for her.”

– Darlene

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Respite Care

What is Respite Care?

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that your parent will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living.  They will be a part of the community and able to participate in activities and socialize with other residents. Your parent may enjoy their stay so much they may never want to leave.

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Peace of Mind

Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents and their unique needs.

  • Short-term care is an excellent option for a loved one with memory loss. Our specially-trained staff is sensitive to the behavioral changes and issues that come with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
  • Our around-the-clock care staff will ensure your parent is well looked after and safe during their stay.

Activities

Your loved one will have the opportunity to meet a whole new community of peers during meals, exercise classes, curated excursions, and engaging activities throughout the day. Your loved one will experience the community like a full-time resident—they may enjoy it so much that they don’t want to leave!

  • Your loved one will experience the community like a full-time resident—they may enjoy it so much that they don’t want to leave!
  • Short-term stay is a helpful option to meet other residents, taste the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to a full-time resident.
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Health and Wellness

Short-term stay can be a beneficial option for a loved one to recuperate after a hospital stay or a temporary home due to an emergency like fire or flood.

  • If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal with 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.   
  • Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break and focus on their health.
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“Every time I pick mother up, she is better than when I dropped her off. She walks better, she’s happy, all around I can see in her that being around more people is good for her.”

– Sharon, mother stayed at Aegis Living Kent

The Cost of Care  

When shopping for a memory care community, know the numbers.  Various long-term care companies may structure their pricing differently.  For comparison, Aegis Living bases the cost of care on rent and care points.

Apartment Rental

Our monthly rent covers the cost of the private apartment plus amenities and basic services such as housekeeping, meals, transportation, and utilities.  

Care Services

Pay only for the customized care that your parent needs. A professional assessment will determine the number of care points needed to ensure your parent is comfortable.

Community Fee

Covers costs incurred in bringing in a new resident and allows for the upkeep and maintenance of our communities.

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Family Resources

Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
This is Us | Aegis Living

“We could not be happier with the staff, activities, care and all around cleanliness and upkeep of this remarkable place. We couldn’t have made a better choice for her.”

– Darlene

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Living at Aegis [Living] has made her feel a lot more comfortable and she doesn’t feel alone in the aging process.”

– Rebecca, daughter of Aegis Living resident

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Today, I do feel part of a very special caring family.”

– Julia

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
This is Us | Aegis Living

“We could not be happier with the staff, activities, care and all around cleanliness and upkeep of this remarkable place. We couldn’t have made a better choice for her.”

– Darlene

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Today, I do feel part of a very special caring family.”

– Julia

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Compassionate, attentive staff, clean, safe, upscale environment. I couldn’t imagine my mother being anywhere else.”

– Alan

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“I felt support and was able to cope with the ever-changing challenges, knowing he was getting the best care…far better than I could have done.”

– Andrea

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“The way everyone treats your family member or friend at Aegis of West Seattle will put a smile on your face every time you visit. It really does feel like a home and stands out among the other assisted living facilities, not just in how nice it is but how great the staff is.”

– Char

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Aegis at Ravenna appeared to have a synergy between their care staff and residents that seemed familial and compassionate to a degree I did not notice in other Assisted Living facilities.”

– Stan

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“From the first moment we walked through the door the management and staff have been supportive, caring, and compassionate. They have gone above and beyond to make sure my mother-in-law feels welcome and cared for.”

– Susan

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Aegis Living (Queen Anne) has allowed her the time and space to fully engage in multiple activities a day (art, exercise, writers’ group, lectures, outings, shopping etc), make friends, and smile in ways I haven’t seen in decades.”

– Caitlin

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
This is Us | Aegis Living

“Today, I do feel part of a very special caring family.”

– Julia

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“During the move into Aegis of Ventura we were impressed with the diligence, care and attention we received from the staff and management.”

– Keith

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“The staff is well-trained, friendly, caring and attentive. The nursing staff is very active and responsive. The activity staff is engaging. The maintenance and cleanliness of the building is impaeccable. The food variety and quality is closer to restaurant dining.”

– Ed

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Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Our family experience was nothing short of being wonderful.”

– Beverly

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“ Thanks to the staff at Aegis Living Redmond, my father looks better, is healthier and happier than he has been in many years. They spoil him, they take care of him, and he loves it! Thank you guys!”

– Ilene

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Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“This is an excellent community. Stable and highly skilled leadership team, including the general manager as well as nursing, care, kitchen, and facilities directors. A very attentive staff… Small enough to feel intimate but large enough to create a good resident community. Care is tailored to each resident”

– Jonathan

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“The place is just beautiful! Great rooms and gardens and facilities. Very pleased, and we feel good knowing she is safe and in such good hands.”

– Amy

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Compassionate, attentive staff, clean, safe, upscale environment. I couldn’t imagine my mother being anywhere else.”

– Alan

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“I’ve observed she is not only well cared for, but genuinely cared about. My grandmother and other guests living here share a peaceful and easy-going pace that is balanced with regular schedule routines, medical efficiency, and individual attention.”

– Usa

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“I moved my father in this wonderful facility 2 years ago.  He had Alzheimer’s and the staff gave excellent care and tended to his needs in every way.”

– Maggie

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Everyone in the community is so friendly.  You can tell residents are genuinely happy to be there.”

– Jamie

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“They went far above and beyond any expectations, we could have had, for which we will be eternally grateful.”

– Karen

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“My dad lived at Aegis Living Kirkland for a little over three years. The staff are outstanding—very professional, very caring, and knowledgeable.  My dad was very well cared for there.”

– Mary

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“It gave us a great deal of comfort to know that she was truly in the best caring hands.”

– Dan

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Lovely woodland setting with resident cottages connected by covered pathways. Excellent, caring staff. My brother is thriving at Aegis Issaquah.”

– Lois

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“I give thanks every day that my Mother is being cared for in the memory care at Aegis Living [of Granada Hills].”

– Debbie

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Short-term care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Moving my father in was the best decision we ever made. Aegis Living has taken the worry away for me. I sleep at night knowing he is being cared for by wonderful, caring nurses and staffs 24 hours a day.”

– Paul

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Short-term care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“ Compassionate, attentive staff, clean, safe, upscale environment. I couldn’t imagine my mother being anywhere else. I feel secure and confident with Aegis taking great care of my Mom.”

– Alan

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Aegis Living made this tough choice much easier. We are impressed.”

– Jeanie

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Our mom lived at Aegis for three years and we could not have been happier. All of the staff are the most caring individuals and showed her and us so much love.”

– Art

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“I felt support and was able to cope with the ever-changing challenges, knowing he was getting the best care…far better than I could have done.”

– Andrea

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“My mother chose Aegis of Aptos when she had to move from living on her own to an assisted living facility. She felt welcomed by the residents and staff, and there were a lot of activities she was interested in. We found the staff to be truly interested and caring toward her.”

– Lauren

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Get More Out of Life

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“I could not have gotten through the last six years without all of you. Thank all of you once again and keep up the good work that you are doing.”

– Sue

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The Little Things Matter

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Cheerful and caring staff, great Chinese foods, immaculate facility and grounds, daily group exercise, games and activities promote friendships and well being.”

– Jack

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“We could not be happier with the staff, activities, care and all around cleanliness and upkeep of this remarkable place. We couldn’t have made a better choice for her.”

– Darlene

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“The staff at [Aegis Living] Marymoor is outstanding. They all work hard to meet the needs of my Dad…. Marymoor does so much for their residents through care, activities inside and outside the building and a higher quality in food.”

– Susan

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Your Home Away from Home

Respite Care

Respite care is an option for your parent to stay in an assisted living or memory care community for a short stay, so they are safe and cared for by professionals.   You can rest assured that they will receive 24-hour care from the specifically-trained staff, including medication management, and assistance with the tasks of daily living. They will be part of the community—dining with other residents, participating in activities, engaging in our amenities and services.  It’s a temporary stay in a comfortable home that caters specifically to their needs.

  • Peace of mind.  Your parent will be cared for by trained professionals with experience in caring for elderly residents. You can be confident that they will be well looked after and safe during their stay.
  • Opportunity to make new friends and socialize. Your parent will meet a whole new community of peers during meals and activities throughout the day.
  • Extra time to recuperate after a hospital stay. If your parent has had a hip replacement or is recovering from surgery, they can take a little more time to heal during a short-term stay.   They will get 24/7 support from staff who can help manage medications and meet all their needs for a full recovery.
  • A place to stay in an emergency. If the worse happens, such as a house fire or flood, a short-term stay can benefit an elderly family member whose home is uninhabitable or unsafe.
  • A break for a stressed caregiver.  Caregiving is a full-time job that can be all-consuming.  Stressed-out caregivers can take time for themselves to recharge and rejuvenate during a break.
  • Experience the community before becoming a full-time resident.  Your parent may enjoy their stay so much that they don’t want to leave.  It’s an excellent way to meet other residents, try the food, experience the amenities, and ease into a transition to full-time.
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“Aegis Living Callahan House is by far the best facility for your loved ones in need. The staff is kind and caring. Each resident is given individual attention. You can rest assured that your loved one will be in good hands with these folks.”

– Edie

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