At Madrona Grove, our 24-hour care neighborhood, licensed nurses and nursing assistants provide 24-hour care on both a long-term residential basis and for short-term recuperative stays. This is more than just a place where people receive nursing services. It is home. Reminiscent of a large, comfortable farmhouse, Madrona Grove features 32 individual rooms, each outfitted with its own private full bath and kitchenette. Residents are encouraged to furnish and decorate their room to their own tastes and preferences. The Madrona Grove neighborhood itself is divided into two households of sixteen residents who live, dine, cook, and participate in activities together, yet also have the privacy of their own space. Residents of Madrona Grove have access to all campus amenities and activities in addition to those being held in Madrona Grove itself.
When researching Life Plan Communities, otherwise known as Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC), asking the right questions will help you narrow down your options. Doing your homework helps you make an informed decision and avoid unwanted surprises down the road. A good fit in a neighborhood where you know you can build community and connect with people who care for you and your well-being is empowering! Consider asking the following questions of any community you are evaluating (such as do they use the word facility vs. community). You will also find specific questions and answers for Rose Villa in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below.