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Fred Lind Manor

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1802 17th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
Care provided: Assisted Living, Retirement Communities
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  • Community Information

    Fred Lind Manor is an assisted living facility in Seattle, WA. Fred Lind Manor offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers.

    Being able to chat with other residents becomes an important part of many peoples' lives and Fred Lind Manor offers common spaces indoors to support that need. The benefit of living in an assisted living community is that making meals can be costly and time consuming process so Fred Lind Manor provides meals for residents.

    Staff is awake and available 24 hours a day so if any emergencies occur no matter the time, there will be someone ready to help. Making sure residents with diabetes monitor their insulin levels is clearly an important task and Fred Lind Manor can help with that task. If a resident needs assistance moving from a bed to a wheelchair, this facility has staff who can help.

    Unique Features

    * Nice Capitol Hill neighborhood
    * Tree lined streets, mansions and apartment buildings
    * Near shops, doctors
    * Lots of activities
    * 24 hour security
    * Emergency call service
    * Transportation available
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  • Residents


    The minimum age that a resident may be is 62 years old.


    Nurses on Staff
    24-Hour Awake Staff
    Homecare Onsite

    Facility Care Level

    Care Level Percentage
    Light Care25%
    Medium Care62%
    Heavy Care12%

    Fred Lind Manor prefers that residents need: medium care

    Additional Services

    Diabetic Care
    The community can help residents monitor their blood sugar but cannot give insulin injections.

    Incontinence Care
    Incontinent residents must be able to manage incontinence themselves.

    Non Ambulatory Care
    This community can provide standby assistance for residents who need help transferring, for example, from a bed into a wheelchair.

    Other Care
    This community provides multiple levels of care allowing residents to remain at the community while receiving increasing care.
  • Transportation

    Resident Parking Available
    Complimentary Transportation
    Property Convenient to Busline


    Allowed Outdoors

    Additional Amenities

    Activities Onsite
    Activities Offsite
    Devotional Services Onsite
    Devotional Services Offsite
    Outdoor Common Areas
    Indoor Common Areas
    Beautician Onsite

    Other Services

    Wheelchair Accessible Showers
    Hospice Available
    Respite Offered
    Aging in Place


    Meals Provided

    Additional info: none

    Activities Provided

    At Fred Lind Manor residents warm up with a morning exercise program which has a loyal following. Residents stay engaged with the community by venturing to the parks of Seattle for scenic walks and picnics. The Fred Lind social calendar is filled with festivities like live entertainment, DIY craft projects, Bingo, linedancing, Wii Bowling and much more!
  • Average Room Pricing at Fred Lind Manor

    Room Type Assisted Living
    Studio Averages $2,100 - $2,600 Monthly
    1 Bedroom Averages $2,500 - $3,100 Monthly
    2 Bedrooms Averages $3,500 - $4,300 Monthly
    Disclaimer: The prices, amenities, features and care offered at senior communities are all subject to change; therefore information on this community profile may be out of date. Please note the costs per community are rough estimates; actual costs may vary depending on special offers and discounts, additional fees for services and care, and availability.

    Estimated Fees at Fred Lind Manor

    Fee Type Assisted Living
    Community Fee Averages $1,400 - $1,800 One-time
    Respite Fee
    Buy-In Fee
    High Care Needs Fee Averages $1,800 - $2,300 Monthly
    Medium Care Needs Fee Averages $900 - $1,200 Monthly
    Low Care Needs Fee Averages $500 - $600 Monthly
    2nd Person Fee Averages $600 - $800 Monthly
    Disclaimer: The prices, amenities, features and care offered at senior communities are all subject to change; therefore information on this community profile may be out of date. Please note the costs per community are rough estimates; actual costs may vary depending on special offers and discounts, additional fees for services and care, and availability.

    Paying for care

    Commercial Insurance
    Private pay
    Social Security
    Separate pricing structure for care
    Veteran's benefits

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Nearby Cities

City Distance Number of Facilities Average CostAverage Cost for 1 Bedroom
Seattle1 miles20$3,540
Mercer Island4 miles3$3,330
Bellevue5 miles7$4,110
Kirkland6 miles4$4,550
Redmond8 miles4$4,080
Burien9 miles1$2,800

General Pricing Information for Seattle Assisted Living

Room Type Minimum Cost Average Cost Maximum Cost
1 Bedroom$2,250$3,540$6,775
2 Bedrooms$2,995$4,615$11,000

Community Reviews

This is the place for Mom.

reviewed on: 12/26/2012 by A Place For Mom Customer

This is the place for Mom.

Love the staff I met and the location...

reviewed on: 12/30/2012 by A Place For Mom Customer

Love the staff I met and the location is perfect for me. Director was delightful and very helpful with information on the non-profit option compared to the larger chain options. The rooms and amenity spaces were not as nice as some other spaces, but the location is urban so there is not a lot of room to grow. The room prices are the lowest I have seen.

Five Stars

reviewed on: 10/15/2019 by Thanks

Five Star everything. Awesome place for Mom and other relatives that love the location and amenities. Activities are fun for elderly and the dining is the best.

Positives: * Neighborhood l...

reviewed on: 08/23/2013 by A Place For Mom Customer

Positives: * Neighborhood location; building in good shape * Facility/ rooms small, homey-feel * Flexible eating schedule Negatives: * Must buy one meal a day * Resident's did not seem to have personal relationship with staff; lact of name interaction [removed] Consider visiting again with Mom in Sept./ Oct.

Swindled and Pimpef

reviewed on: 12/09/2015 by Jenny

Run by greedy, careless administrators that cut corners, it's not a safe place for elders. So I wasn't surprised when I heard that they were being investigated by DSHS and that their license was up for review. FL is run on the cheap: frazzled CNAs who staff the desk, help residents, do laundry, administer medication, serve meals and generally run the show with very little oversight. Many are immigrants doing the most difficult work for little pay. There's an on-site nurse, Stephen Njuguna (I'll get to him, later) and he's the only supervising health professional on site. He's there M-F from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. Should you even utter the words, "do you know where I can find Stephen?" you'll get a dismissive scoff from the staff, "who knows when he's here!" When I do find Stephen, he's in his office doing paperwork. I have never seen him with a patient. Care issues that my family member ran into, while being "take care of" at Fred Lind: 1. They made no fewer than 6 documented medication errors. I also learned that one of these medications had NEVER been giving during the entire course of my relative's stay at Fred Lind, which was about a year. 2. My family member was twice given morphine, which I suspect (but cannot prove) was given to either incapacitate her to make her more manageable -- even though my family member made it very clear that she does not want to take pain medication. 3. My family member is on oxygen and has pulmonary issues. Aides tipped the diffuser on the oxygen machine, which pumped water into the tubing (can you say pneumonia?) and dripped into her nasal cannula. 4. When my family member developed a skin condition, we had an outside care agency providing wound care. The visiting nurse was very skilled, and recognized that the two wounds needed different treatment. One needed drying (silver powder) and the other needed moisture (antibacterial ointment). Fred Lind reversed the care and ended up causing pus and infection, which made her wounds bigger. And of course, charged us an extra $60/month in wound care. 5. My family member fell out of bed and laid on the ground for 8 hours without anyone checking on her. She has arthritis and was unable to raise her arm high enough to reach the emergency cord. Stephen shifted the blame to my family member, saying that she "lacks the judgement" to call for help and blamed her for "being confused." However, my family member said she called for help until she was hoarse, and this is an outrageous thing to say to an older person you've left on the floor all night. 6. STEPHEN. The most anxious, strange individual I have ever met. I'm shocked that he's in geriatrics, because he catastrophizes and says things like the following, all mentioned when my family member was completely healthy, self-transferring and ambulatory: -"soon she'll be bed-ridden and unable to transfer herself" -"she's going to be totally incapacitated" -"she needs a wheelchair and transfers to everything; she can't walk" -"she weighs [weight] and it's a burden for our staff to help someone so heavy" Note: my family member is plump, but not exactly the half-ton man! We experienced a constant barrage of negative messages from Stephen about how horrible our relative's health was, or how she was on the verge of dying, etc. We'd rush over to FL only to find her eating popcorn and watching the baseball game. Nonetheless, our family member, who uses a walker, had to be pushed everywhere in a wheelchair and wasn't allowed to go anywhere without being accompanied -- for a fee, of course. When we one day found our relative in bed and unresponsive, after seeing two back-to-back doses of morphine, which our relative always refuses, we had this sinking feeling (which again, we can't prove) that the medication was given to fulfill Stephen's prophecy and bully our relative out of the facility. 7. GREED. My relative ran out of assets and had to sell her house. As you might imagine, this is a process that takes time, and our family communicated with FL throughout. A week before the house closed, the Director, Mark Mullen, sent an abusive and threatening message, accusing our family of elder financial abuse and Medicaid abuse (she's not even Medicaid eligible or on Medicaid). "That can be the only explanation for your failure to pay, and if you do not remit payment promptly, I will have to report you and have you investigated." I recognize that this is a lame-a** attempt to scare and threaten us into paying, but was harassing, slanderous and downright uncalled for. If I had more space in this review, I could go on and on. Bottom line: if you're thinking about moving your family member to Fred Lind, think twice!

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