Spokane Adult Assisted Living and Family Care
Why Trust Us to Care for Your Loved Ones?
- Unlike larger institutional settings, Comstock Place provides your loved one with a unique family-like setting that promotes personal choice and attention to every detail of care.
- We celebrate the fact that each resident is unique, with their own set of needs, gifts, and background. Residents are given complete flexibility in structuring their own living space, daily schedule, and participation in activities.
- We adhere to the highest standards of cleanliness and security to provide a relaxing setting for residents, their families, and staff. Everyone here is treated with dignity and respect.
Discover the difference we can offer your loved one at Comstock Place. Call for a no-obligation free tour of our home.
History of Our Adult Family Care Home
In 1983, my father-in-law got very ill and was taken to the hospital. From the hospital he was sent to a long-term facility. He was never given physical therapy and, consequently, he lost the ability to move and became bedridden. This was a tragedy for both my father-in-law and mother-in-law, as you can imagine.
Frustrated that none of this was working, my mother-in-law decided to bring him home, which presented her with another challenge. She was not able to find reliable help, forcing her to be the only caregiver, and challenging her daily to care for a husband that was now bedridden.
How would she manage to transfer him from the bed to the wheelchair, when he was a very tall man and she was a very petite woman? She used a transfer board and sometimes when he landed on the floor her neighbors would come and help her, or else she would call the fire department.
I had first hand experience watching the patience she displayed, giving her husband love, respect, and the best care she possibly could through such a great ordeal. I was able to witness first hand what was important to her.
I was moved by her love, loyalty, respect, undivided attention, and patience. That’s when I saw the real need for a loving, caring, and warm setting that can promote close relationships. The kind of place where residents feel love, security, and “at home” while receiving the best personal care possible.