Our Terry Home Auburn location is a 5,400 sq ft home for 12 more young adutls who have survived a traumatic brain injury — four of our beds are being set aside for our veterans.
Our homes are conveniently located near parks, shopping mall, theaters, and the fire department. Our caring staff is well versed in TBI recovery.
Terry Home was built to meet many of the needs of its residents, with handrails, wider entries and hallways, and wheelchair accessibility to sinks and counters to promote dignity and independence.
Each resident has a spacious private room with cable and phone hookups. Nine of the 10 bedrooms are 144 sq. ft. with a closet and built-in sink and vanity for storage of personal toiletries and linens. The tenth bedroom is large enough for two people and it has its own bathroom. View a floor plan of the rooms below.
There is a large living room where residents can watch television, read, play games, and listen to music. The therapy room contains exercise and therapy equipment along with computers. The fenced yard and patio provide an area for residents to socialize or enjoy a summer barbeque.
Programs & Activities
Terry Home offers the residents a variety of programs and activities such as:
- Adaptive living skills (cooking and home maintenance training)
- Appropriate behavior training
- Social and interaction skills
- Money management
- Cognitive therapy
- Recreational activities
- Movies, dining, picnics, sports events and more!
Terry Home holds a Boarding Home license from Washington State through the Department of Social and Health Services.