Get to know Timber Ridge.

The residents of Timber Ridge are senior living experts. That’s because they live, eat and breathe the lifestyle here every day. So there’s no better group to hear from when you’re considering a move.

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“Just the friendliness one encounters here at Timber Ridge. It’s never-ending. It’s sincere. It’s genuine.”

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“Timber Ridge has trailheads right out the door. Anytime I want to hike on Cougar Mountain, I don’t have to go anywhere. I just walk out the front door, and the trails will get me there.”

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“This community draws a lot of people who love travel the way I do. Who love the outdoors the way I do. We have a lot in common. It’s just the perfect place. I think anyone who loves the outdoors would revel in a place like this.”

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“My parents moved into a Life Plan Community with LifeCare® in 1981. When I visited them, they talked about the advantages of having on-site assisted living, skilled nursing and rehab. They said, ‘We’re not going to be a burden to you.’ My mom was going strong in independent living until she was 100. When she passed away in 2016, she was 102.”

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“The indoor pool here is amazing. I swim a mile every other day and a half-mile on the off days. I use the fitness room when I want to push weights or use the resistance machines. I mean, I’m not buff stuff by any stretch, but I feel good.”

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“We’re just 10 minutes from miles and miles of hiking trails. And we’re 30 minutes from a lot of other trails. I don’t know of any other community that has access to the great outdoors like Timber Ridge.”

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“We discovered most of the communities in the Puget sound area are very urban. Right smack dab in the middle of the city. I didn’t want to listen to a freeway. Plus we liked the mountain lodge look of Timber Ridge and the high ceilings.”

Resident

“We’ve been coming to Issaquah for the theater and the restaurants for over a decade. Plus there are several breweries in Issaquah, and I enjoy a good beer. We also like going into Seattle for dinner and a show. We park and ride, and it takes all of half an hour.”

Resident

“We’re gone two to three months during the year. When we had our house, we’d worry about someone breaking in or it burning down while we were away. Now we just let the staff know we’re leaving, lock the door and go. And when we’re here, we’re relieved of a lot of responsibilities. I’m glad I don’t have to clean the gutters or mow the lawn anymore. Plus the staff here is really nice. They’re happy to take care of whatever we need.”

Resident

“I like that Timber Ridge is run by Life Care Services®. I know they’ll continue to provide the services and amenities I want. And I’m fairly confident Timber Ridge, and their high-quality health care, will be here when I need it 35 years from now.”

Resident

“It’s a very active, young community. That’s one of the things that make it so attractive. It’s vibrant.”

Resident

“Every time I see my kids, they tell me I act and look younger to them. I think being here helps keep me young. I couldn’t have done all this living at home.”

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“I loved my house and my neighborhood. But I was paying more and more for the upkeep on the house. I don’t have to worry about who’s going to do the windows or take care of the yard. I’ve gained independence. I feel like there’s lots of stuff to do. Am I going to see a movie in our in-house auditorium? Am I going to the pool? Am I walking with the walking group? The choice is mine.”

Resident

“I have a friend whose mom is 104, and they didn’t choose a LifeCare® community like Timber Ridge. Anytime something happens, they have to take her someplace that has availability. She’s had to move a number of times. I don’t want that. I don’t want my kids to have to figure out who’s going to come over and take care of me.”

Resident

“I didn’t just want to move into a condo. I wanted to have the social part and the medical part.”

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