Spring is a favorite time at Quail Park, with garden club residents outside tending all the new blooms, and everyone ready to shake off winter with new activities, and to get out and about on new adventures.

Spring is a favorite time at Quail Park, with garden club residents outside tending all the new blooms, and everyone ready to shake off winter with new activities, and to get out and about on new adventures.

Celebrating the season of change

Lynnwood retirement residence embraces the possibilities of spring

If there’s one thing constant in life, it’s change. And while change is always with us, we’re reminded of it all the more in spring – a time of fresh beginnings and new opportunities.

Of course, retirement brings its own fresh start, the arrival of that time of life when you can transition from doing those things you have to do (think your daily commute or cleaning the gutters) to things you want to do, like a new hobby, new friendships and even a new home that makes all this possible!

“Spring is one of our favorite seasons here at Quail Park,” says Sue Rowell, Community Relations Director at Quail Park of Lynnwood. “Not only are the grounds beautiful, with our garden club residents outside tending all the new blooms, but everyone is so ready to shake off winter with new activities, and to get out and about on new adventures.”

As a senior living residence with options ranging from independent living cottages and apartments to assisted living and memory care accommodations, plus a recently added Enhanced Assisted Living area, Quail Park of Lynnwood is uniquely positioned to help with all the changes that come with retirement, today and tomorrow.

“As residents’ needs change, the opportunities, activities and care can easily adapt too,” Rowell says.

Active living, including recreation opportunities, pool and fitness classes are a great way to discover and enjoy new experiences – always better when shared! At home, the talents of Quail Park’s culinary team offer the perfect excuse to linger over dinner, discussing the latest book or must-see movie with new friends. (Better yet, there are no dishes to wash!)

And when life brings other changes, such as an emerging health challenge or short-term need for assistance after surgery, Quail Park’s professional care team makes those experiences easier too, with options such as in-house assistance with blood pressure monitoring or physical, occupational and speech therapy.

After all, no matter what kinds of changes later life brings, they’re better shared, just like all best journeys.

To learn more about the possibilities awaiting at Quail Park of Lynnwood this spring, or to arrange your virtual or in-person tour, call 425-329-3621 or click here to visit online.

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