Cooks Hill Manor is involved in the local community
Cooks Hill Manor is involved in the local community and many of our Resident activities have been featured in the local newspaper. We are proud of our involvement and the spirit our Residents have for staying active and involved. Our great location, nestled in a quiet neighborhood with easy access off Interstate 5 (I-5), makes our Community an excellent choice for families who are seeking an easy stop to visit loved ones.
We are located on Cooks Hill Road directly across the street from Providence Centralia Hospital, Radiance Cancer Care and next door to physical therapy and rehabilitation services, as well as many other medical offices. We are a short distance from I-5, the Centralia Outlets, Lucky Eagle Casino and Walmart. In addition, we offer routine visits to the nearby senior center and other local attractions such as the annual Chehalis Garlic Fest and Craft Show, and Southwest Washington Fair.
At Cooks Hill Manor Assisted Living, your base rent includes the following: lodging, weekly housekeeping, (3) well-balanced meals and snacks, 24-hour caregivers, nurse supervision, and utilities paid with the exception of personal telephone.
In addition, Cooks Hill Manor Assisted Living offers service plans to meet your loved one's individual personal needs. Our get acquainted assessment process helps our Executive Director and Wellness Director determine the monthly cost of a proposed care and service plan after learning more about you or your loved one's unique needs and lifestyle.
We know that pets are like family. Pets can brighten a Resident’s day and can help ease the transition to a Senior Living Community.
Although we love your pets, all animals must be pre-approved by our Executive Director before allowed to move-in. Size, weight, type of animal and ability to live with the elderly population are all criteria taken in to consideration before acceptance. Pets must be house trained, be spayed or neutered, well behaved, on a leash at all times, and have a recent veterinarian statement of good health. At the time a Resident is unable to care for their pet, arrangements for caring for the animal must be made with the Executive Director and at the owner's expense.