Bishop Place, Pullman WA
At Bishop Place in Pullman, WA, senior living is more than long-term care. The community encourages residents to live their lives to the fullest, offering a vast selection of wellness programs and amenities to accompany their senior care services. While a person lives at Bishop Place, they can rest assured they are in good hands, as the staff work one-on-one with each resident to create individualized care plans that best suit their needs.
Each resident’s individualized care plan is different but may include services like:
- Personal care/Assistance with their daily activities
- Laundry and linen services
- Medication management
- Transportation to and from appointments and leisure activities
As a Bishop Place resident, people receive only the amount of care they need. The community understands each person’s retirement journey is different and no two people need the same amount of care. Residents can request help twenty-four hours a day, thanks to the residence’s around-the-clock staff availability, giving them exceptional peace of mind about their care. How much or how little care a person gets depends on their needs and their preferences, helping people feel independent as assisted living residents.
In addition to their excellent personal care services, Bishop Place offers a wide variety of fun and engaging wellness programs. Residents may take a fitness class to learn yoga or listen to a guest speaker talk about nutrition. The possibilities are endless, as Bishop Place’s social events calendar changes every month, giving residents fresh ways to participate in their community and make friends.
Incoming residents can check out the community’s online events calendar to see this month’s activities. Common activities include:
- Game and movie nights
- Arts and crafts sessions
- Group hikes and outings
- Pet therapy
- Musical performances
When residents want to see their friends on a daily basis they can do so at the communal meals, which happen three times a day in the beautiful on-site restaurant. Bishop Place’s restaurant staff prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner three times a day featuring an ever-changing menu of classic favorites and seasonal tastes. Popular meals include lemon pepper salmon, beef with gravy over mashed potatoes, and spaghetti with meat sauce. The kitchen staff is happy to accommodate vegetarians, people who eat kosher, and people with food allergies by offering meal substitutions for residents with special dietary needs.
To help residents plan their meals, the Bishop Place posts the monthly menu on their website. Prospective residents can check out the online menu to get a better idea of the delicious recipes they can try as members of the community.
When residents want to prepare their own meals, they are welcome to do so in their apartment spacious kitchenette. Each unit comes with a full-size refrigerator, counter space, and cabinet storage, as well as a small dining area for residents to enjoy. Additionally, each apartment comes with :
- Private bathrooms
- Cable television
- Internet hookups
- Large windows with beautiful views of the area
- Closets with storage space
- Emergency call systems
To learn more about Bishop Place, their long-term care services, amenities, or apartments, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour. Touring the community is the best way to see everything it has to offer, and the staff is happy to answer questions about how Bishop Place compares to other assisted living facilities and independent living communities in the area. Each guest is welcome to enjoy a complimentary lunch during their trip, giving them a taste of what it means to be a Bishop Place resident. For more information, check out the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: How do I know if Bishop Place is right for me?
Each assisted living community is unique, offering its own set of benefits for residents to enjoy. Bishop Place is ideal for people who need a mild to moderate amount of care who want to retire in beautiful Pullman, WA. Their personal care service is tailored for people who need help with their daily activities, but who want to keep their independence as senior living residents.
The community’s non-medical services are an excellent alternative to in-home care for people who want around-the-clock care but do not need skilled nursing care. If a person’s health conditions require skilled nursing care, Bishop Place may not be a suitable choice for retirement.
To find out if Bishop Place offers the right services, prospective residents can ask themselves the following questions:
- Are they ambulatory?
- Do they need ongoing medical attention?
- Do they need rehabilitation?
- Do they have memory loss, Alzheimer’s or dementia?
If a person is confined to their beds or requires daily assistance from medical professionals, Bishop Place may not be the best choice for senior care. They do not offer ongoing skilled nursing care and are not equipped to help non-ambulatory people or people who need continual health care services.
However, the community’s special In the Moment® memory care program (sometimes called dementia care or Alzheimer’s care) offers an exceptional opportunity for people with memory loss, Alzheimer’s and dementia. The memory care community offers the same high-quality personal care services as the assisted living community, with additional programs and routines specifically designed to help people living with Alzheimer’s disease.
To learn more about Bishop Place, or to ask questions about their care requirements, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: How do I know if Bishop Place’s In the Moment® memory care program is right for me or my loved one?
Living with Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging, presenting new hurdles into a person’s life during their retirement. Fortunately, Bishop Place is there to help with their phenomenal Alzheimer’s care and memory care services.
As members of the memory care community, people are treated with the same respect and dignity as independent living and assisted living residents. The staff assist them with their daily activities and help them participate in community activities. What sets memory care services apart are the structured activities staff use to stimulate the residents’ minds and memories. Using proven techniques and a compassionate attitude, the staff help residents with memory impairments, Alzheimer’s and dementia learn to live with their new challenges.
To learn more about how Bishop Place’s Alzheimer’s care program helps people with memory impairments and dementia, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour.
Q: Does Bishop Place offer short-term care programs for in-home care recipients?
Yes - Bishop Place offers respite care for up to 30 consecutive days. To learn more about the community’s respite care program and other short-term services, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: How much does Bishop Place cost?
Bishop Place does not cost the same for all assisted living residents. Like many assisted living facilities and memory care communities, the price varies for each person according to their floor plan and their level of care. The community charges a base rental fee that includes room and board, housekeeping, and meals, then adds fees according to the services a person receives.
To get a personalized price quote from Bishop Place, use the “Get Pricing” tool above.
From The Owner
At Bishop Place Senior Living, we understand that making a move to a senior living community is a big decision that doesn’t just impact seniors, it touches sons, daughters, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, husbands and wives. In short, a move to senior living impacts entire families, and is often met with mixed feelings of anxiety, excitement, uncertainty and fear. We’re here to help. If you’re looking for a senior living community that understands the problems that seniors and their families face every day, we want to meet you. Call us to schedule a tour. Keep Reading