OPENING SOON: Quail Park Memory Care of West Seattle almost ready for move-in

(WSB photos)

Another new sign that’s going up in the West Seattle Junction area: Quail Park Memory Care Residences (WSB sponsor). We got a mini-tour this week as the center at 4515 41st SW gets close to accepting its first residences, pending final inspections/certifications.

Having areas with familiar themes and scenes is important at memory-care centers, and in this case, you’ll recognize the scenes from Pike Place Market. Each floor will also have a lounge with an aquarium. There’s also a restful terrace:

Here’s a single room, awaiting its first resident:

The project was certified LEED Silver. There are 48 rooms with a capacity of up to 66 people. If you have questions before they officially open, you can drop by their Discovery Center at 4506 California SW.

4 Replies to "OPENING SOON: Quail Park Memory Care of West Seattle almost ready for move-in"

  • Al May 10, 2018 (4:44 pm)

    Awsome and needed.  

  • MJ May 10, 2018 (10:36 pm)

    Nice looking facility, its unfortunate there is such a high need for these type of facilities.

    Science is starting to link sugar drinks and fake sugar drinks as a significant risk factor, akin to the initial studies on smoking and lung cancer.  I believe my moms five diet pop a day habit led her to get dementia!  And believe me it sucks.

    Staying active, eating a balanced diet are ways to avoid spending your late life in a facility like Quail Park.

  • Lisab May 12, 2018 (9:36 am)

    This is so needed in WS.  Had hope for the Kenney’s memory program in the beginning but that faded quickly.

  • Tina Bendermacher May 12, 2018 (10:08 am)

    We have moved out of the Discovery Center. Please stop by our community for tours or just stop by with  any questions you might have about Memory Care. We Looking forward to seeing you!

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