At Quail Park of Lynnwood, talented gardening club members help care for the beautiful flowers and plants around the spacious grounds – supporting their own mental and physical wellness as well that of their neighbors who enjoy the fruits of their labors!

It’s summertime, and the living is easy in Lynnwood

“Summer afternoon – summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”

– British author Henry James, An International Episode.

For many reasons, summer is one of our favorite seasons – the sun warms the skin, gardens are bursting with colorful blooms, and fresh fruits and vegetables are available in abundance.

At the same time, when the mercury climbs too high, the summer sunshine we love can become a bit overwhelming.

As with all things, it’s about balance – something the team at Quail Park of Lynnwood has perfected.

Whether you’re enjoying an active retirement in Quail Park’s inviting independent living cottages and apartments, or taking advantage of their assisted living and memory care accommodations, comfort is key no matter the season.

Residents enjoy air conditioning in all of the apartments and cottages, for example, along with an air-conditioned gym and an indoor pool, so no matter the temperature outside, you’ll always be comfortable inside!

Recognizing that we want to be out and about as much as possible when the sun shines, residents can also enjoy lots of cold water and drinks to stay hydrated, along with delicious and nutritious chef-prepared great food to fuel your adventures.

Talented gardening club members also care for the beautiful flowers and plants around the spacious grounds – supporting their own mental and physical wellness as well that of all their neighbors who enjoy the fruits of their labors!

And of course, whenever it’s needed, staff are on hand 24/7 to handle any medical issues.

“Our residents and team members always enjoy the delights summer brings but we also accommodate those times when heat or weather can become a little challenging,” says Denis Bryant, president and CEO of Living Care Lifestyles’ recently expanded Quail Park of Lynnwood. “After all, its essential that everyone in the Quail Park family feels comfortable and safe in their home and community.”

Residents appreciate the continuity of care the multi-faceted residence provides – offerings change with residents’ needs, meaning whether singles or couples, and whether they offer independent cottages or additional care options, their needs are easily met.

And all appreciate the welcoming, pet-friendly setting filled with thoughtful design details like full kitchens, walk-in closets, and in-suite washers and dryers, complemented by multiple dining options, social spaces, and an activity calendar that offers options both indoors and out!

Care options also expanded this summer with the opening of Quail Park Enhanced Assisted Living area, bridging the gap between Assisted Living and the need for skilled nursing, and providing residents a more personalized level of care in a medical-social model of living.

To learn more, visit Quail Park of Lynnwood online, or call 425-329-3621 to arrange your virtual or in-person tour.

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