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Arlington Low Income-Affordable facilities & listings

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With rates starting from $829.00 to $970.00 for these Low Income-Affordable communities.
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625 South Stillaguamish Avenue, Arlington, WA, 98223

Rates from $962.00

  55+ Communities  
  Independent Living  
  Low Income-Affordable  
The Vintage at Arlington Senior Apartment Homes are luxury apartments for mature adults ages 55 and over. Located in desirable Arlington,... read more

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1140 N. 192nd Street, Shoreline, WA, 98133

Rates from $970.00

  55+ Communities  
  Independent Living  
  Low Income-Affordable  
Reduced Rents! Celebrate life’s finer things at The Blakely, a luxury apartment community for those 55+. Affordable pricing, accommodating... read more

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3291 NW Mt. Vintage Way, Silverdale, WA, 98383

Rates from $829.00

  55+ Communities  
  Independent Living  
  Low Income-Affordable  
Nestled along a pristine wooded hillside overlooking Silverdale’s wonderful Kitsap Mall, this luxurious community for active seniors... read more

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18308 Smokey Point Blvd, Arlington, WA, 98223

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18300 SMOKEY POINT BLVD, Arlington, WA, 98223

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18326 Smokey Point BLVD, Arlington, WA, 98223

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Adult day care is a planned set of activities created to promote and encourage well-being through various health-related and social services. These centers often distribute well-balanced, nutritious meals with consideration of special diets as per request.Adult day care centers are open during the day, typically on a weekday schedule, involving a capable staff in a clean, healthy and happy setting. Adult day care centers has different type of structures, it can be public, private or run in cooperation by both entities... Read More

Senior Care Data Points

How big will long-term care services grow as an industry and what factors influence this growth?

By 2050, the number of individuals using paid long-term care services in any setting (e.g., at home, residential care such as assisted living, or skilled nursing facilities) will likely double from the 13 million using services in 2000, to 27 million people. This estimate is influenced by growth in the population of older people in need of care.

Source: USDOHHS and USDOL The future supply of long-term care workers in relation to the aging baby boom generation

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