Quail Park of West Seattle

Quail Park’s Memory Care focuses on providing a secure, familiar, and stimulating environment for those in need of Alzheimer’s care.

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia, you are not alone. Quail Park is a trusted provider of reliable Alzheimer’s care. Our senior care community will offer a safe and secure environment for loved ones affected by the disease.

Our team is trained to value every senior resident and understand each individual’s needs. We provide personalized Memory Care services and work positively to affect each senior’s preferences and needs on an individual basis.

Tribute Program

The Tribute Program at Quail Park is purposefully designed to address the unique needs of persons living with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Our Memory Care program seeks to honor the distinctive life story of each resident, paying tribute to previous accomplishments and significant life events, focusing on his or her remaining strengths while nurturing their present relationships.
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About Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, a general term for memory loss and other intellectual abilities serious enough to interfere with the daily life of a person. Alzheimer’s care cannot stop the disease from progressing; however, it can slow the symptoms down, and improve the quality of life. While the disease is not a normal part of aging, most people that have Alzheimer’s are 65 or older. However, it can appear in someone in his or her 40s or 50s.

Alzheimer’s disease accounts for 50-80% of dementia cases. It causes problems with a person’s memory, behavior, and the way they think. It is a progressive disease; symptoms typically develop slowly and in time become worse. In its early stages, the memory loss can be mild, in late-stage Alzheimer’s the person can lose the ability to respond to their environment or carry on a conversation with others. Eventually, the symptoms begin to interfere with everyday tasks.

The early symptom most often seen in Alzheimer’s is a person’s inability to remember new information; this happens because Alzheimer’s changes usually begin in the part of the person’s brain that affects learning. Symptoms increase and become more severe as the disease advances. The person may begin to experience disorientation; confusion about events, time, and place; unfounded suspicions about friends, family, and caregivers; mood and behavior changes; as well as difficulty swallowing, walking, and or speaking. Our team has a thorough understanding of this disease and works tirelessly to increase the quality of life through our Alzheimer’s care program.

It’s important to understand how Alzheimer’s progresses and gradually worsens over the years. Those with this disease live an average of eight years after the onset of symptoms become noticeable to their family and friends. However, survival can be from four to 20 years, depending on age, health conditions, and his or her Alzheimer’s care program. Quail Park of West Seattle’s team takes great care in understanding the challenges patients and families face. We ensure the highest respect, dignity, and care are given at all times.

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"My mother was very much in need of a place that could address her physical, medical, emotional and social needs. Quail Park has done all of that with the utmost professionalism and compassion. I highly recommend Quail Park/West Seattle."

- Dave B.

"Indoors and out, Quail Park gives residents, guests, and team a sense of warmth and a feeling of being at home."

- Denis Bryant
CEO and President of Living Care Lifestyles and Quail Park Communities