About Our Community
We have promised ourselves that we shall always treat our residents as we would our own loved ones. Nothing less than our best will do.
This is the promise that the staff at Emeritus at Hearthstone — and throughout Brookdale Senior Living communities — has shared since our community first opened its doors. It’s a simple promise to be compassionate and kind, understanding and respectful — a promise to become extended family to the seniors entrusted in our care and to our retirees who have chosen our community for its active lifestyle.
The Perfect Location
Our assisted living and retirement living community is set on beautifully landscaped grounds with a large patio, courtyard and a lovely view of Moses Lake, Emeritus at Hearthstone has an outstanding reputation in the community with a history of service to senior adults for more than two decades.
Located close to Highway 17 and Interstate 90, our community offers 83 apartments on two floors. With our sunny days and clear skies, the spectacular views of Mt. Rainier and Cascade Mountain Range are regular occurrences! Close to Grant County Mall, Samaritan Hospital, Moses Lake Clinic, and a nursing home/rehabilitation facility (if ever needed), Emeritus at Hearthstone has everything you may need within a very short distance.
A Wonderful Selection
With its warm, family-friendly atmosphere, Emeritus at Hearthstone feels like home the moment you walk through the doors. Our community’s atmosphere of care and comfort comes from our experienced and friendly staff.
We have an abundance of open spaces and common areas for residents, loved ones, and their visitors to gather. From the Ice Cream Parlor (open week-day afternoons), the Sage Room (ready for bingo, pinochle, puzzles, and family groups), Library/Living Room (Wii bowling or computer games anyone?), Activities Room (crafts, baking, special groups, etc.), and two large separate dining areas, there is plenty of room to explore and enjoy each day. We also have a quiet Chapel available upstairs which offers groups a great place for meeting and worship.
Strong, Caring Professional Relationships
Our commitment to our residents involves building and maintaining meaningful relationships with our local hospital, skilled nursing facilities and rehab centers, senior centers, and elder care associations. We regularly visit key professionals in their facilities and invite them to tour and visit our community on a regular basis. Keeping our communication and relationships current and open enables our staff to give the most complete assistance to our residents.
Many of our residents feel our team members are truly like extended family and with several of our staff working at our community for well over ten years each, we have some great experiences to share! Every team member is expected and encouraged to stay educated in their field of expertise. All staff are up-to-date on fundamentals of care, dementia and mental health issues and take pride in the certificates of completion awarded.
When potential residents and their families visit, we often hear that they are impressed by the level of caring (and all the smiles!) they observe when walking through our community. Each person working in our community is trained to treat everyone with respect, honor and personal dignity, and we seek those with a passion to serve seniors.
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Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful Active Lifestyle
Our residents are active on a daily basis, beginning with a 30-minute (or longer) exercise class each morning (Monday thru Friday). Our Life Enrichment Director loves to challenge each resident to try something new on a regular basis, whether it be an “Animal Run” game, compete in one of our “Hearthstone Heat” basketball tournaments, or become an expert at Wii bowling! Just take a stroll down one of our hallways to discover all the great decorations our residents share with us!
Partnering with the Local Neighborhood Community
Families and residents love to contribute to local charities through volunteer programs, providing space for concerts, meetings, and health information forums. We have regular group projects to share with the local senior center, provide decorations for a local community bazaar or fundraiser, or help support local school performances. Several of our residents volunteer at the hospital, senior center, or local churches.
Cooking meals can be a joy or a chore – many of our residents look forward to our relaxing meals served restaurant style. Our Dining Services Director/cook is an experienced chef and serves some of the best-tasting meals in the area. Family members enjoy joining their loved ones for meals on a regular basis and we love to serve them, also. Many of our staff choose to eat meals here as well.
Residents are free to order from the daily menu, or from an “a la carte” menu for each meal. Not only do we do “down-home” cooking good enough for grandma, but we have some really scrumptious desserts and salads, too! Be sure to check out our Thanksgiving Family Feast – really special!!
Congratulations, Loris: Moses Lake Senior Living’s Valentine’s Day Contest Winner!