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Cottage Lane at Mountlake Terrace
Vineyard Park at Mountlake Terrace’s assisted living options offer personalized assistance, supportive services and compassionate care in a professionally managed, carefully designed, retirement community setting. It’s the perfect alternative for seniors who can no longer live on their own at home, yet don’t need 24-hour, complex medical supervision.
Vineyard Park is located at Mountlake Terrace, you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of a beautiful park – that’s because you are! We are home to nine neighborhood parks and 14 sports fields. Tall evergreen trees line our streets, and we offer excellent views of mountain ranges and beautiful Lake Ballinger. (It’s how we got our name!) Plus, we’re just five miles from Puget Sound and within 100 miles of six national parks and forests.
Mountlake Terrace is a close-knit community. It’s a place where neighbors get to know one another, families enjoy our Recreation Pavilion, and pet owners visit the dog park. Twenty one thousand people live in four square miles. With an excellent Police Department that always keeps a watchful eye out, the result is a community where you and your family feel safe.
We are also 10 minutes from downtown Edmonds that offers an eclectic and delicious variety for foodies. Evenings bring our neighbors into town for Happy Hour hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, while families enjoy wood fired pizza, Mexican fare, and Korean barbecue. Waterfront dining, patio parties and intimate candlelight dinners are all waiting for you. The arts and culture are alive in Edmonds! The new Cascadia Art Museum, Edmonds Center for the Arts, outdoor sculptures, murals and a bevy of galleries and events speak to the rich arts and culture experiences to be had in Edmonds. The first stop on Audubon Washington’s Great Washington State Birding Trail – Cascade Loop; the Edmonds marsh hosts up to 90 species of birds during the course of the year. It’s one of the few urban saltwater estuaries in the region. You have the use of our town car and Bus to go enjoy the local scenery and get to important appointments you may have.
About Our Staff
We select staff who are dedicated to serving seniors. Our community is filled with well-trained and big-hearted individuals who truly want to help people. Our approach provides the ideal solution for seniors who need some help with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing and medication reminders. We focus on wellness and keeping residents active.
Vineyard Park at Mountlake Terrace Independent, Assisted Living and secure, specialized Memory Care – it’s the privacy and freedom of home combined with the convenience and security of on-call assistance and a maintenance-free environment. Our communities offer active seniors a variety of choices about how they want to live their golden years.
We offer a wide variety of social, cultural and recreational programs. Book groups, baking classes, theater outings and shopping excursions — these are just a few of the activities our residents enjoy. We listen to residents’ feedback to develop programs that complement our seniors’ current interests as well as help them discover new ones.
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23008 56th Ave. W
Mountlake Terrace, WA
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We just wanted to pass along our compliments to another of your fine employees, Khadija, who was covering the floor needs of the memory care facility yesterday when we came to take our dearest Ruthie to her annual medical exam.
I had visited Ruth two days prior to remind her of our appointment, but she had completely forgotten by the time we arrived. Ruth was absolutely adamant that she had no intention of seeing her doctor, and she would address the appointment at a later date.
While her refusal was of no great surprise, if we went along with her behavior, we would not be working in her best interests. With the appointment time rapidly approaching, we enlisted Khadija to see if she could possibly budge Ruth.
Khadija’s immediately went to work, using her negotiating skills, cajoling, deflecting, and compartmentalizing the steps necessary to get movement from Ruth. Ruth was more deeply dug in than we have ever seen, being brutally rude, preaching with a sailor’s tongue, and downright angry with all of us present. She was especially hurtful to Joan, who is Ruth’s alternate DPOA, but that is the nature of Ruth’s disease progression.
But little by little, with Khadija’s persistence, we were able to get Ruth dressed and out the door, and with only a few other minor refusals along the way, were able to get Ruth to her doctor, where she had a very successful visit.
We absolutely could have not succeeded without the skills of Khadija, and we want to pass on our gratefulness here. She is an outstanding team member! She is a great asset in assisting us with this most difficult chapter.
We have thanked her in person, but you might also want to mention to her that you heard a good story about her. You have a great team.
– Our best to all, Glen Moore and Joan Weiser