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 Moses Lake—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 residents who have chosen our retirement community for its active lifestyle.
The Perfect Location
The newest senior living option to the Grant County area, the Moses Lake retirement community. Offering 70 spacious senior apartments in an assisted living environment and 4 independent living retirement cottages. Conveniently, located off Highway 17, near Big Bend Community College and the Grant County International Airport. Less than five minutes away from the Medical District and I-90. Centrally located in Washington State to several metropolitan areas; Seattle 177 miles, Spokane 106 miles, Pasco 71.3 miles, Portland 286 miles.
A Wonderful Selection
With a small town feel, four beautiful seasons to enjoy and numerous outdoor activities, Moses Lake offers several types of senior living options for you. For active and independent seniors we offer; cottages with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, full kitchen, garage, emergency call system, weekly housekeeping, maintenance and landscaping, one restaurant style meal, all utilities included (garbage, water, electrical, basic television), transportation and planned activities.
For seniors who are looking for increased support and security we offer the assisted living option, to maintain independence. Residents have the opportunity to choose from 3 apartment sizes; Studio, Deluxe Studio and One Bedroom. Residents can choose a 3rd floor option allowing them to overlook farms and airplanes arriving at the Grant International Airport. Support services are uniquely designed for each resident based off the residents’ needs and wants, 24 hour staffing and transportation.
An extension to each resident apartment is the Fireside Room which houses a fire place and library, Beautician Services are available in our Beauty Shop, The Coca Cola Room offers an area for baking classes or a fun location to host a birthday party, the third floor alcove hosts a pool table ready to play, our private dining room can be set up for a romantic dinner or family dinner, our TV room is equipped with puzzles, and games and a Wii play station ready for grandkids, our whirlpool room allows for a great place to relax. Our spacious yard allows for a great game of horse shoes or croquet. While our community bus is ready to transport you to your next activity or doctor’s appointment.
Unsure if assisted living is for you? Try a respite stay.
Strong, Caring Professional Relationships
Moses Lake Senior Living strongly believes in “Aging in Place”. In collaboration with Hospice and other community partners we’ve been successful in building an individualized service plan meeting the needs of the resident. While offering emotional support and support to the family during the time of this difficult time.
Ombudsman Advisory Council: The Executive Director, Stacey Womack is the current Lead of the Ombudsman Advisory Council. The Council collaboratively partners with other community partners in both Grant and Douglas Counties addressing concerns of seniors in our area.
Ethics Committee: Our Resident Care Director, Isabel Gonzales, sits on this board with community leaders, educators, pastors, attorneys and other professionals to assist in identifying, resolving and analyzing ethical issues.
Chamber of Commerce: Moses Lake Senior Living Community is a proud member of the Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce. Washington Health Care Association: Moses Lake Senior Living Community is a proud member of the Washington Health Care Association.
Our relationship with local healthcare providers and associations in the community are ever revolving. The staff of Moses Lake Senior Living is here to serve the community so staying in touch with community partners and assisting in meeting the needs of our community is a priority. So whether its attending a medical appointment with a resident to assist in communicating needs, or participating in a Relay for Life event, or assisting a Church in need we keep abreast of community needs and try to assist thru education, action or advocacy.
Our staff is a crucial piece to offering strong customer and quality service. We are honored to have longevity of staff and encourage them to apply for internal positions within the company. Staff is empowered with both educational training opportunities and are encouraged to participate in benefits our company Brookdale has to offer such as; Tuition Assistance, Employee Assistance Programs, Stock Purchase Plans, 401 K. Our goal is to retain employees and give them to tools to be successful. Our motto is easy; “Happy staff, happy residents!”
Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful Active Lifestyle
With varying resident interests and hobbies, our Life Engagement Director works on developing a schedule of events based off the input and interests of our residents. Events may fluctuate during the seasons; as residents enjoy gardening in the raised flower beds during the summer months or participate in planting vegetables in the “Community Gardens” in town, concerts in the park and fishing trips, casino trips to name a few.
Guest speakers or exercise programs such as the “pedometer walking club” are scheduled to promote resident mobility and strengthening. While Performing Arts or displays at the Grant County Fair or local museum display resident or grandchildren art. Monthly, “grandkid craft night” is scheduled and residents participate in teaching children how to complete the craft, while socializing and enjoying family time. During the winter months residents participate in a Christmas carol group, jewelry making, pinochle, card games, events at the Senior Center, baking classes to name a few.
Both staff and residents are encouraged to participate in holiday planning, each Halloween a community theme is chosen and all are encouraged to dress the part. A resident theme of Wizard of Oz was chosen with a slogan of “There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home, there is no place like Moses Lake Senior Living Community”.
Partnering with the Local Neighborhood Community
Moses Lake Senior Living Community is an extension of each resident. Knowing each resident comes from a varied profession, service group or religious background. Our level of participation may vary; it may range from being the host location for a presentation, to residents putting together Candy Grams for the Parent Teacher Association, to driving the members of the Chamber of Commerce around to observe local art displayed by local artists, to a pajama fundraiser for children of domestic violence, or ways to support our local Humane Society . We eagerly look for ways to engage our residents into community events and to support Grant County as a whole. We look forward to giving back to the communities and the residents that allow us to be part of their lives.
Food plays a significant piece in each of our lives. Knowing each resident has a diverse background and varying preferences we at Moses Lake Senior Living Community invite residents to be active in their food choices and planning. Residents are free to order from the daily menu, or from an “Anytime” menu for each meal. Monthly residents participate in a Monthly Food Council, assisting in meal planning and bringing in family recipes. The staff are eager to dress for the occasion of special “theme-meals”, or residents eager to assist with shucking corn for summer corn on the cob. So whether you crave rich BBQ Cheeseburgers, prefer a Potato Bar with all the fixings or a more formal type of meal- we encourage you to jump in and put your taste buds to the test!
On Monday July 22,2013, two Emeritus at Moses Lake residents were chosen to take part in an Ageless Aviation Dreams flight. Daryll Fisher, the President of the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation, and two of our veterans took to the skies in a Boeing Stearman, the airplane used to train many military aviators in the late […]
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