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Our favorite form of advertising is word-of-mouth advertising shared by those who have experienced staying at eliseo. Whether they are short-stay guests or residents who have lived at eliseo for years, their experiences are the best reflection of the quality senior living found at eliseo.

I appreciated everything. They were absolutely fantastic. I was in bad shape, and they were patient and exercised me. I can't say enough good things about them. All the employees were perfect and never negative. I can't believe that it was so good. They were all good. The night people were fantastic. I would recommend it to anybody. My friend entered yesterday.

- L.G., Tacoma

I appreciated their care. Their staff was so kind. They were fun at times and very accommodating. I was completely satisfied and I enjoyed being there because everybody was so friendly and helpful. Most important is helping me when I first got there from having surgery. They took very good care of me and helped me with the pain and everything else.

- L.W., Tacoma

I appreciated the staff. There were so many of them. I wouldn’t single one out. I enjoyed them all from physical therapy to the people who helped in my room, to the wound doctor, the support staff, and the nurse. Competency and attention matter most. They should give all of their staff a high five. They are remarkable people.

- P.G., University Place

I heard it was the best rehab facility in town. / I had recovered and met my goals. I was in there for rehab and I got rehabbed. I would recommend them. I would tell them that it was a good place to get rehabilitation. Their rehab and therapy were good. The nursing services were good. It was a positive experience.

- S.G., Gig Harbor

I appreciated the ladies that worked there. They worked very hard. They were very kind, helpful, and thoughtful. They made me as comfortable as possible. When you have knee surgery, it changes your life, but they made it easy for me. There were several employees that were in charge of that area that I was housed in, but I don't remember their names. I don't think I can pick one name out of the crowd; I wish I could. The lady that walked me out the door with the walker was so kind that it brought tears to my eyes. It was hard to say goodbye. I valued the fact that they responded, listened, and acted. They made me feel like I was a member of the family. They wanted me to be as comfortable as possible.

P.Z., Tacoma