Embracing “community” in every sense of the word, Quail Park of Lynnwood is a space where residents thrive – exploring, discovering and sharing with friends, family, fellow residents and the care team.

Embracing “community” in every sense of the word, Quail Park of Lynnwood is a space where residents thrive – exploring, discovering and sharing with friends, family, fellow residents and the care team.

Lynnwood residence shows why community is key to wellness at any age

Quail Park of Lynnwood creates a vital, engaging space where seniors thrive

As we get older, and perhaps become more isolated after we’re retired or lost a spouse, isolation can present challenges, unless we work to forge new connections in our community.

Yes, there’s the loneliness isolation can bring, but also risks for elder abuse in its various forms – including physical, emotional and financial. It’s an issue those in senior care work to address year-round, but it’s especially in the spotlight this month, in recognition of Elder Abuse Awareness Day worldwide.

Recognized as any mistreatment or harming of an older person, elder abuse can include physical, emotional or sexual abuse, in addition to neglect and financial exploitation, explains the National Center on Elder Abuse.

Social factors such as a lack of support services and community resources can also create conditions ripe for elder abuse, worsened by ageism that can keep older adults apart from society. “By changing these contributing factors, we can prevent elder abuse and make sure everyone has the opportunity to thrive as we age,” the center notes.

Community is key.

“We know that having a strong sense of community is one of the best ways for older adults to thrive well into their senior years – emotionally, mentally, physically and socially – and that’s why community, in all its forms, is important to us here at Quail Park,” says Sue Rowell, Community Relations Director with Quail Park of Lynnwood.

The diverse seniors’ community offers a full continuum of care, ranging from spacious independent living cottages and apartment suites to assisted living, memory care and a new Enhanced Assisted Living area, in addition to compassionate caregiver respite.

Offering that full range of care enables residents to stay in their community as their care needs change, or as couples develop different needs.

Quail Park residents enjoy a wide array of activities, events and outings that connect them to their community at home and beyond.

Quail Park residents enjoy a wide array of activities, events and outings that connect them to their community at home and beyond.

Embracing “community” in every sense of the word, the team at Quail Park work to create a space where residents thrive in their older years – exploring, discovering and sharing with friends, family, fellow residents and the care team.

For example, to support residents’ physical needs, opportunities include a gym and pool, along with an array of fitness classes, in addition to care partners who monitor for health and safety concerns.

Clubs, activities, special events and outings support socialization and friendship-building, along with learning opportunities to keep minds active and inquisitive, and support residents’ spiritual needs.

Recognizing the importance of safety, Quail Park also has a check-in/out system to keep track of people coming and going from the community, Rowell notes.

A sense of community is essential for wellness at any age. Visit Quail Park of Lynnwood to discover your new community today! To arrange your virtual or in-person tour, call 425-329-3621 or click here to visit online.

Supports for Quail Park residents’ wellness needs include a gym, pool and fitness classes, in addition to care partners who monitor for health and safety concerns.

Supports for Quail Park residents’ wellness needs include a gym, pool and fitness classes, in addition to care partners who monitor for health and safety concerns.

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