Whatever your preferences and passions, Era Living manages eight unique retirement communities in the Puget Sound region, designed so you can find connection and joy in everyday life.
At Era Living, the safety, health, and emotional well-being of our residents and staff is our top priority. We took swift, robust measures to protect our residents and staff when COVID-19 became an imminent threat in our state and are proud of our overall results. We are grateful to report that at least 89% of our residents and staff are vaccinated, and we have been following the state’s guidance on returning to normal life in our retirement communities. Learn more:
I cannot imagine a better place to be during this extraordinary time. For everything that has been lost being in quarantine, an alternative has been provided.
The #COVID19 outbreak that DIDN’T happen in independent & assisted living community. Even with many vulnerable people, physical distancing can succeed!
I am completely convinced that my being here has been my greatest safeguard. I don’t feel like I could be in a safer place.
On March 6 the center’s administration, staff and residents instituted stringent infection prevention measures. These included physical distancing, in-room isolation with no communal meals or activities, visitor restrictions, exclusion of ill staff, and stricter hygiene, cleaning and disinfecting practices. All of these are now CDC guidelines for coronavirus prevention in independent and assisted living communities.
I feel younger now. I am eating better and exercising more. My son doesn’t worry about me so much because he receives regular email updates from our Executive Director. We know exactly what is going on and it makes me feel confident about living here.
With test results in hand and the invisible COVID-19 cases revealed, Ida Culver House was able to squelch an outbreak.
Choose a place where you can live like you do at home, but without the headaches! And it's not just where you live. Choose how you want to live.
The minute I walked in the door I was taken with the Gardens at Town Square. It was just like a five-star hotel.
Every day there is something interesting going on. There’s always something to do.