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- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Aging in Place
- 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 mother lived at House of Hope for 2-1/2 months. She could not wait to move out! She would have her meals in the kitchen and then they would take her to her room where she sat alone hours on end waiting for something to happen. Her room was small, dark and cramped--very oppressive. I hated visiting there and she hated being there. In her own words she told me "I came to hate [removed], she's mean." ([removed] is one of the owners along with her husband [removed]). Mom has mild dementia, but is capable of doing many things for herself. She has an active mind and needs to be kept busy--which did not happen at House of Hope. Within a month of her living there we began looking for a different place. When mom became ill, the owners, [removed] and [removed] did not call any family members, but instead decided to play doctor and gave her cough syrup when in fact her condition was much more serious. The owners continually spoke Russian in front of her, which fostered some insecurities and made mom uncomfortable. I helped mom select Christmas gifts for each of the owners' family members, for which mom was never thanked. Yes, I agree with other reviewers that the place is clean--but it should be and that goes without saying. The owners are friendly--at first. But give it a week or two and you will see what they are really like; bossy, aggressive, somewhat intolerant and impatient not to mention rude. When it came time to move my mom out, I had a fight on my hands to get a refund of half a month's rent; almost $3,000. I had to point out the refund policies to them in their own contract! They claimed that they never signed a contract, although they clearly did as I had copies of all the paperwork. They regarded my mother as nothing more than a paycheck, and in my opinion, trying to keep her refund was tantamount to stealing from her. I'm sure this was not the first time they did this to someone. They eventually paid the refund; after I threatened them with bringing the State into the picture. If you decide to place a loved one in House of Hope--read the contract carefully before you sign. And don't take any crap from [removed] or [removed]. There's many more adult group homes out there....so keep looking!
My first reaction to House of Hope was it was friendly. The owners really interested in the clients' lives, and they enjoy sharing stories of their own backgrounds.
The care has been excellent. They understood all the directions of visiting nurses and therapists and worked hard to do as directed. Everything is extremely clean.
They are understanding and helpful when we have had to make a trip to the doctor, etc.
You really do not find a better place then House of Hope. The owner of this home has a sister who also has a home that she runs which I am sure is probably the only one that would give his competition. House of Hope is just excellent they are absolutely tops. We chose it because they had availability and felt for our situation a male primary care giver would be the best fit.
I want to place Mom here. Couple is ...
I want to place Mom here. Couple is very nice. House built as an AFH so there is more space. Outdoor area very well kept. Inside is very tidy, clean. The couple is very organized with licenses on wall, notebook binder of info. They have a hosp. bed.
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Lovely place, nice people, small room...
Lovely place, nice people, small room but nice living area.
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Choosing to have an assisted living facility care for you loved one could be one the best experience a family could have. You will not get only satisfaction knowing your senior will get the care he or she needs when you are not present, but you will enable yourself to eliminate most of your responsibilities when caring for your loved as well as other important things in your life. When it comes to finding the perfect assistant facility for your loved, the important thing to think about is the option to allow your senior to utilize their independence. There are a few to choose from however, there are only a handful that offer your senior beyond the best services in the United State and House of Hope AFH is one of them. House of Hope AFH is located in Tacoma, Washington and is known as one of the top assisted living, dementia care, and group homes in the state. This amazing senior care facility offers on 24 hours awake staff allowing the senior to have access to help when needed. The 24 hour awake staff allows families to be as at ease due to the fact that they know their senior will have access to someone when in trouble. There is always a doctor on call, visiting nurse, visiting Occupational Therapist, Visiting Physical Therapist and Visiting Speech Therapist. House of Hope AFH offer senior residents private bathrooms, wheelchair accessible showers, and available resident parking. As a resident of, House of Hope AFH, you senior will be provided meals, however there are no kosher meals provide. House of Hope AFH has many recreational and socials events involving indoor and outdoor common area, on and off site activities and offsite devotional services. In order for your senior to be qualified for this facility, he or she has to be at least 60 years of age.