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Prestige Care offering cognitive screenings

The free screenings will be offered at two Enumclaw locations through November.

Expressions in Enumclaw and the Living Court Assisted Living Community is offering free and confidential cognitive screenings for aging residents.

Participants will sit down with qualified professionals and be asked a series of basic questions designed to test a range of participants’ cognitive abilities, a press release stated. Each screening takes about 30 minutes, and participants do not need to bring any items or documentation with them.

The screenings will be offered between now and November.

To schedule your screening, call Expressions at (360) 712-3728, or Living Court at (360) 591-7801.

Expressions is located at 2454 Cole Street in Enumclaw, where Living Court is at 2229 Jensen Street.

Both are owned by Prestige Care Inc.

About Prestige Care Inc.

Prestige Care and Prestige Senior Living operate a family of more than 70 senior communities throughout the western United States. Prestige Care provides a comprehensive senior service experience, offering assisted living, independent living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation. The company holds firm to a set of core values – respect, integrity, commitment and trust – that guide every aspect of its mission to personally touch lives every day. For more information on Prestige, visit its website at www.prestigecare.com.


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