Cascade Place offers assisted living care | Enumclaw businesses

Cascade Place, an assisted living facility, is now serving the local community. Owned by Enlivant Senior Living, Cascade Place offers 24-hour care, with a licensed nurse on call every day. Residents are provided three meals daily, each created by a licensed dietician, and there is weekly housekeeping and laundry service.

The Cascade Place team focuses on providing assisted living care. The group is headed by

Cascade Place, an assisted living facility, is now serving the local community.

Owned by Enlivant Senior Living, Cascade Place offers 24-hour care, with a licensed nurse on call every day. Residents are provided three meals daily, each created by a licensed dietician, and there is weekly housekeeping and laundry service. There are social, educational and cultural activities, along with basic health and wellness programs.

A company statement said Enlivant facilities are “designed to give residents a supportive, stimulating environment where they will thrive in mind, body and spirit.”

Leading the team are: Kim Damian, executive director, who brings 15 years experience in senior living; Liz Chevassus, a registered nurse who moved from St. Elizabeth Hospital to serve as care services manager; and Mike Cummings, community  relations manager, who has 12 years experience in the field.

Address: 2000 Mountain View Dr., Enumclaw

Phone: 360-802-0177

Website: www.enlivant.com

Email: kdamian.com

 

 

 

 

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