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Protect Against Abuse / Criminals Who Target Older Adults (Video)

January 25, 2021

Senior Medical Conditions: Coronary Heart Disease, Dementia, Diabetes

January 11, 2021

Long-term medical conditions currently affect around four million older people in the US. This is set to rise because of our ageing population. In fact, experts predict that by 2030, around seven million older people will have some form of long-term medical condition. The ageing population and the increased prevalence of long-term medical conditions have had…

Prevent Falls / Safety-proof Your Home For Older Adults (Video)

December 28, 2020

Safety-proof your home Make sure all hallways, stairs, and paths are well lit and clear of objects such as books or shoes. Use rails and banisters when going up and down the stairs. Never place scatter rugs at the bottom or top of stairs. Tape all area rugs to the floor so they do not…

Older People Medical Conditions: Blindness, Cancer, Chronic Bronchitis

December 14, 2020

Long-term medical conditions currently affect around four million older people in the US. This is set to rise because of our ageing population. In fact, experts predict that by 2030, around seven million older people will have some form of long-term medical condition. The ageing population and the increased prevalence of long-term medical conditions have had…

Prevent Poisoning: Carbon Monoxide, Medications, Cleaning products (Video)

November 30, 2020

Prevent poisonings for Older Adults Carbon Monoxide Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning by having detectors, not attempting to heat your home with the stove or oven as they give off this deadly gas that cannot be smelled. Medications Keep medications in original containers and ask for large print labels so instructions are easy to read, always…

Medical Conditions Affecting Older People: Arthritis, Hypertension, Asthma

November 16, 2020

Long-term medical conditions currently affect around four million older people in the US. This is set to rise because of our ageing population. In fact, experts predict that by 2030, around seven million older people will have some form of long-term medical condition. The ageing population and the increased prevalence of long-term medical conditions have had…

Protect Against Fire and Related Dangers For Older Adults (Video)

November 2, 2020

 Protect against fire and related dangers If there is a fire in your home, don’t try to put it out. Leave and call 911. Know at least two ways to get out of your apartment or home. When you’re cooking, don’t wear loose clothes or clothes with long sleeves Replace appliances that have fraying…

Signs It’s Time for Memory Care: Behavior, Confusion and Declining Physical Health

October 19, 2020

There’s an estimated  5.8 million people in the United States living with Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. People with dementia can begin to exhibit certain behaviors as the dementia progresses. If behaviors are impacting the quality of day-to-day living, a person with dementia would be better off living…

How to Afford Assisted Living

October 5, 2020

It is not unlikely that someone in your family is going to need some form of assisted living in their golden years. Today, those aged 65 have a nearly 70% chance of needing some form of long-term care and about 20% of those 70% are predicted to need this care for longer than five years…

World Alzheimer’s Day 2020 for Awareness, Education (September 21, 2020)

September 21, 2020

World Alzheimer’s Day is observed on September 21, every year to raise awareness, educate about Alzheimer’s and Dementia. This day is celebrated to understand the importance of talking about dementia and demystify it. Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that causes brain cells to degenerate and die. It is the most common cause of dementia- a…

Life at Three Tree Vista

At Three Tree Vista, residents feel welcome, appreciated, and in good company to live their retirement years to the fullest.

Life at Three Tree Vista is what you want to make it. Enjoy as much social time or peace and quiet as you care to. There are plenty of places to mingle or relax, both inside the suites and common areas, and out on the lanai with the panoramic water view. Even on chilly nights, window seating can set the view as your backdrop while you read, sew, chat, or recharge.

Beyond the house, the best of the Pacific Northwest is close at hand. We can take you to nearby shopping plazas or area parks; plus CHI Franciscan Health/Highline Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente and specialty medical plazas in Burien are just minutes away. In the summer, we can drive around to visit garage sales, fairs, and other community events; in the winter, we can drive around to see the holiday lights.

There are countless senior care providers in the Pacific Northwest–-we never take for granted that you are counting on us to provide the very best care–-for your loved one and your entire family. Loved ones are welcome to visit as often as possible –-and please call us anytime you want an update on a resident’s health, happiness, and sleep—not to mention stories about their activities with us and socialization with fellow residents and their visitors. You or your loved one will cherish your time at Three Tree Vista, and we will cherish every day we get to spend with you.