Seniors celebrate an extra-special Thanksgiving with family, friends and community

Whether it’s occasions shared with loved ones, or the time to indulge a hobby or pastime retirement living should be about doing what you want to do.

Whether it’s occasions shared with loved ones, or the time to indulge a hobby or pastime retirement living should be about doing what you want to do.

Thanksgiving is about spending time with friends and family, sharing stories, good times, and traditions, not to mention some of your favorite foods!

That’s certainly true for the residents at Quail Park of Lynnwood, where they’ll be tucking into a delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings this Thanksgiving. Making the holiday even more special after the previous year’s challenges, they’ll be enjoying it among good friends and loved ones.

And even better? They won’t need to do the cooking, OR any of the clean-up!

“The past year has shown us more than ever, the value of time spent with those who are special to us,” says Denis Bryant, president and CEO of Living Care Lifestyles’ recently expanded Lynnwood. “And while we don’t need the holidays to find reason to celebrate here at Quail Park, Thanksgiving serves as a wonderful reminder of all the reasons this season is special to us.”

Whether it’s treasured occasions shared with friends and loved ones, or the time to indulge a hobby or pastime without the distraction of household chores, retirement living should be about embracing what’s most enjoyable in life – doing what you want to do, not what you should do (like raking leaves, cooking, and cleaning). Here, you can leave those necessities to someone else!

Why Quail Park is a home you’ll love coming home to

At Quail Park of Lynnwood, you’ll choose from a full suite of well-appointed residences, from independent living cottages and apartments to assisted living and memory care accommodations, plus a recently added Enhanced Assisted Living area. That also means that as your needs may change, so can the level of care, without having to leave the home you love.

And life at Quail Park is all about flexibility and living on your terms.

Prepare breakfast in your full kitchen in your private suite if you like, or head to the dining room for morning coffee with friends. Enjoy a workout in the specially equipped gym or aquafit in the pool, then it might be time for a little nearby shopping or settling in with your latest page-turner. No matter how you want to spend your day, the time is yours.

With a beautiful hilltop location adjacent to a forest preserve, residents enjoy the resort-like setting close to all the essentials.

In your own inviting, pet-friendly suite, you’ll love thoughtful design details like walk-in closets, accessible bathrooms, and in-suite laundry. Multiple dining options include exceptional chef-prepared meals – including turkey dinner! – while an eclectic activity lineup includes everything from donation drives to community outings to a gardening club.

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

READ MORE: Never rake leaves again — instead, find more time to enjoy the great outdoors!

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