- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Nurses on Staff
- Podiatrist Available
- Physical Therapy Available
- Occupational Therapy Available
- Speech Therapy Available
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Outdoor Common Areas
- Beauty & Barber Services
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
- Respite Available
- Resident Parking Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
- Doctor on Call
- Nurse on Call
- Dentist Available
My experience with my father (MI experiencia con mi papa)
If you are going to place your loved one in a long term facility, you have to be very careful and watch for certain [removed] these being what is going on every day, try to visit at a different hour each time, without letting the people at the facility you are going (make surprise visits). This way you will be aware of certain things, as amenities that are offered all the time and things that are never done. For the owner/director, this is basically just a business, without the empathy and dedication needed to care for our older loved ones. In my Fathers’ last and final moments, the owner/director was extremely rude, she lied, and there was no empathy shown at all towards my father and the immediate family.
The above translation was made using the following original [removed]
Si vas a meter a tu ser querido en DMC , tienes que estar muy pendiente y checar lo que esta pasando todos los días y visítalos a diferentes horas y sin avisar, de esa manera te darás cuenta de muchas cosas, pues te ofrecen mucho y dan poco, y otras cosas que ofrecen nunca las hacen, Para la dueña los residentes solo son un negocio, le falta vocación y sensibilidad para tratar a los ancianos. En los últimos momentos de vida de mi padre, la dueña fue grosera, mentirosa y falta de compasión con mi papa y con la familia.
Do Not Leave Your Loved Ones In This Place (NO DEJES A TUS SERES QUERIDOS EN ESE LUGAR)
I had my dad at DMC Everlasting HC II for almost two years. The first interview is a show where everything looks good and they promise a lot of things that the owners will not complete. But the sad part is when my father was near passing away, the owner ensured she made it even more difficult for my father and our family. Well they do not have a vocation to take care of the elderly; the elderly only signify a business. They did not give him his medication on time, they would not change the sheets, and if his medication had to be given at night they would not give it to him because they said the care givers had to sleep. It was hard for me to accept the hospice services because she wanted us to go where she knew the people and no one would supervise.
The above translation was made using the following original text: TUVE A MI PAPA POR CASI DOS ANOS EN DMC EVERLASTING HC II, LA PRIMERA ENTREVISTA ES UN SHOW EN DONDE TODO SE VE MUY BIEN, Y TE PROMETEN MUCHAS COSAS QUE NO CUMPLEN LOS DUENOS. PERO LO TRISTE ES CUANDO MI PADRE ESTABA POR MORIR, LA DUENA SE ENCARGO DE HACERLE A MI PADRE Y A LA FAMILIA TODO MAS DIFICIL, PUES NO TIENEN VOCACION PARA CUIDAR A LOS ANCIANOS , LOS VIEJITOS SOLO SIGNIFICAN UN NEGOCIO. NO LE DABAN SU MEDICINA A TIEMPO, NO CAMBIABAN LAS SABANAS, SI LAS MEDICINAS ERAN EN LA NOCHE NO SE LA DABAN PORQUE DECIAN QUE LAS CUIDADORAS TENIAN QUE DORMIR, ME PUSO MUCHAS TRABAS PARA ACEPTAR LOS SERVICIOS DE HOSPICE, PUES ELLA QUERIA QUE FUERAN DONDE ELLA CONOCE GENTE Y NO LA SUPERVISAN.
DMC Everlasting Home Care II is located in Des Moines, Washington, just a short distance from the Puget Sound, and we offer assisted living facilities for up to five elderly residents. We're located in a quiet, safe neighborhood and provide specially tailored services to our residents, including meal preparation, laundry service, and recreation options to keep their minds engaged and their spirits uplifted. We have personal assistants who are there 24 hours a day and can provide a bit of extra help for those residents who have difficulty with activities of daily living, including medication management, foot care, and getting in and out of bed. Each room has an air purification system, a full-service kitchen with a microwave, and private telephone lines. There are also units that are fully wheelchair accessible. Your loved one can even bring their favorite furniture along with them to their new home, if they like. We also offer laundry service and room service for those who prefer to keep to themselves. We have a variety of accommodation options, including private rooms with private bathrooms, private bedrooms with shared bathrooms, and shared rooms with shared bathrooms. The courteous and compassionate staff provide a range of meal options to suit the many different dietary and religious observances of our residents, including Vegetarian/Vegan, low-sugar meal plans, gluten-free meals and meals with lower sodium. At DMC Everlasting Home Care II, we pride ourselves on the level of care, attention and respect we offer our residents.