Call for pricing and availability: (800) 780-8101
101 Forest Drive, Seaside, OR 97138
Based on 7 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Respite
Call for pricing and availability(800) 780-8101
Suzanne Elise Description
At Suzanne Elise, we provide seniors with a comfortable, safe, and active living environment. Our amenities, activities, and services are all designed to cater to your needs and preferences. Come experience all that we have to offer!
You are one of a kind, and so are your health needs and preferences. Get care that is tailored just for you at Suzanne Elise Assisted Living.
Wellness assessments from our staff will help you stay on top of your health. You won't have to worry about forgetting to take your medications - we'll remind you when it's time! And we'll make sure you're getting the nutrition you need with food that meets your personal dietary requirements.
Suzanne Elise is located 0.7 miles from Seaside, a very small town with a population of 6,540. Other nearby cities and towns include Warrenton and Astoria. The community is in a lower-middle class neighborhood where the average income is $49,976, 63% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Respite Care and has Studio apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,638 a month, while the average cost of Independent Living is $3,638 in Seaside, $3,731 in OR, and $3,394 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Suzanne Elise is a member of a larger group of communities called Avamere. Suzanne Elise is ranked 1 out of 3 communities in Seaside and is ranked 45 out of 342 communities in OR.
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regular health and wellness checks
24-hour staff onsite
personalized, compassionate care
regular wellness checks
fitness classes for all ability levels
vibrant activities calendar
housekeeping and maintenance
housekeeping and other services
spa and salon
emergency call system
safety features in each room
on-site beauty salon
cozy, comfortable living spaces
Healthcare Near Suzanne Elise
Suzanne Elise is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Providence Seaside Hospital which is 0.4 miles away, and Columbia Memorial Hospital. Pharmacies close by are Rite Aid which is 0.6 miles away, Costco Pharmacy, and Walgreens. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Alexandroff Dental which is 10.6 miles away, North Coast Dental Clinic Jon D Bletscher DMD, MAGD, and Shakespear Family Dentistry.
Suzanne Elise is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order Italian at Nonni's Italian Bistro, Mexican at The Stand or pizza at Pizza Hut. Love the arts? Head on over to Images Of The West, Bronze Coast Gallery, or Modern Villa Gallery. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Carousel Mall or spend some time at Heritage Sqaure Mall. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Broadway Park, Quatat Park, or Elvin C. Goodman Park.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 198 days of rain, 2 days of snow and 163 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 3.0 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 63°F in the summer and 44°F in the winter, with an average temp of 53.1°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 80.7%, with max winds averaging around 11.5 mph.
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When I moved in to Suzanne Elise by avamere, it was a great place to live. The food was great, the caregivers were outstanding. However, over the last year or so whenever you press your pendant for help, you're lucky if someone comes to your apt in 20-30 minutes. I'm told they're only allowed 10 minutes to be in compliance. A few of my close friends died and I'm sure they might still be alive if it hadn't taken so long for someone to get around to getting to them. One of these days a caregiver is going to walk into someones apt and find them dead from a stroke or heart attack on the floor because it took 20 or 30 minutes to get to them.If you are a lover of good food or you're a diabetic, or you have high blood pressure, you DO NOT WANT TO LIVE HERE! The person in charge of foodservice at Suzanne Elise has absolutely no dietary certification and the food reflects it. Every meal is a new experience in disgusting! There is ZERO dietary balance to our meals. The food has gotten so bad there are actually residents here that refuse to eat the swill any longer and have to go without. In addition, The kitchen runs out of food all the time so if you don't get to the dinning room at the beginning of the meal, you could end up getting a cold sandwich instead of the hot meal you paid for. I was watching a movie on TV a few nights ago and lost track of time. When I realized there was only a 1/2 hr left to get dinner [6:30pm], I rushed to the dinning room only to find the kitchen shut down and everyone gone. Unfortunately, I went without dinner and it has happened several times. The residents complain about it frequently but nothing has changed. It has always been my experience that the manager is usually available all day. However, since she only works a couple hours a day and only a couple days a week, the foodservice staff are on auto-pilot since there is no manager or even a supervisor on site most of the time. I've never met a manager that works less than half as much as their staff. This morning I woke up and went down to get breakfast and discovered the entire lobby has been torn up and is being remodeled. We never got any kind of warning, it just happened. Instead of fixing all the other things that actually need a lot more attention than the lobby, avamere has decided to create yet another nightmare we have to endure. The health department closed down the kitchen last year because there were holes in the floor and sanitation that was almost non-extent. The residents were told the kitchen would be closed for 10 days to replace the floor and address the serious sanitation issues. 47 days later, the kitchen was finally reopened. We're all worried the lobby remodel is going to end up like the kitchen. Suzanne Elise would roll over in her grave if she knew how avamere has run this place down the toilet. There was a time that this facility was known as 'thee' place to live. It's gotten so bad that even the staff are embarrassed to admit they work here. The last time someone asked me where I lived, I was given a look of sympathy and they said they have heard horrible things about that place. Another one told me they had to move their mom out of here because almost every time they visited, mom was sitting in a urine soaked diaper laying in a urine soaked bed pad. The last time she visited, the apt looked like it hadn't been cleaned in a month.To add insult to injury, avamere decided to combine the two properties here in Seaside together and moved all their assisted living residents from that facility at the other end of town into Suzanne Elise. Many of those residents were moved into bigger apt's than they had at the other facility and aren't paying the higher amount the larger apt costs. All but 3 or 4 of the residents they moved here seriously belong in a mental institution. One of them just squats down and relieves herself [where ever she is], one that walks through the building completely naked, another one that goes out on the street and waves at passing cars...embarrassing the entire facility. Nearly every one of those residents [avamere at Seaside] take up so much of the caregivers' time that the other residents get to wait or in most cases, go without the attention we pay for. In conclusion, take a look at SuzanneElise.com to see what things are like here. Don't believe ANY of the pictures or what you read. The dinning room doesn't look anything as is portrayed on the website. The so called activity room with everyone looking so happy and working on various projects, does not exist. When you consider the huge amount of money we all pay to live here [avg $3500], we should be eating like royalty and getting the kind of service that leaves us wanting for nothing. The so called "resident and family reviews" posted on their website, were written by avamere. If you care at all about the relative you're trying to find a home for, you won't consider an avamere property to put them in. You WILL be sorry.
We would like to thank Darla Busch, the maintenance and all around person, at Suzanne Elise for her outstanding help in packing up, loading and delivering all of our loved ones possessions to us outside the building of Suzanne Elise. These are tough times for all, especially our elderly folks that can't get out. We need people like Darla that really care. We can't express our appreciation enough. Thank you, Tyler and Deanna Evans
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