Located in the Cascade Southeast neighborhood of Vancouver, Washington, Cristina's Adult Care Home offers senior living in a professionally managed setting for elderly people. The area encompassing this community is a predominantly middle income area, with a median per-family income of $58,304. It is densely populated, including around 30,832 residents in the zip code of 98683. They are located close by numerous local conveniences, including worship services, retail shopping, and healthcare facilities. They are located just 3.2 miles from S W Washington Medical Center. There are 23 churches within four miles, including Cascade Park Baptist Church, Church of Jesus Christ of Lds, East Vancouver Community Chr, and Beautiful Savior Lutheran Chr. There are also 15 drugstores within a mile of the community.
Cristina's Adult Care Home offers both Alzheimer's care and nursing home care. The community is a great alternative for residents who are at any stage of Alzheimer's Disease and who have trouble with common activities, and who require close assistance on a routine basis. They can also provide for residents who are primarily unable to move freely and who need to be under the care of nurses regularly.
- 6 Total Units
by Al 12/07/2017
Right now you’re probably trying to make a very important decision about providing the very best care for your loved one. You don’t want to make any mistakes and as much as you’d like to take care of him/her yourself, their care is beyond your control. From a son’s standpoint, Cristina and her delightful staff gave my mom all the attention and support I could only hope for. They clearly showed a fondness for her as they doted over her, made her feel special, and recognized her preferences in food, music, and faith. In other words, they treated her as a special person, not just another resident. I appreciated the superb communication between the staff and myself in all aspects of her care. If there were any concerns at all, I would be contacted and consulted. From an RN standpoint, I appreciated the excellent physical care mom received. From day one until 2 ½ years later when she passed away, I never once encountered “that smell” often found in other care facilities. Mom never had any marks on her from bedsores or other forms of neglect. She was always clean with good oral hygiene, well dressed, hair combed, and her room neat and clean. The meals served were very pleasing to mom and there was always a special meal on holidays. (My dietitian wife approved of the meals as well!) As mom declined with dementia and total blindness, their care for her was meticulous and never waivered. If I knew 2 ½ years ago what I know now about the care mom would receive at Cristina’s I would, without hesitation, make the same decision to entrust her care to the wonderful staff of Cristina, Nina, Ana, and Maryana.