Brookdale - Oregon
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At Brookdale Senior Living, our strong commitment and attention to detail has helped us become one of the leading senior living community providers in Oregon and the country. Since 1978, we have been dedicated to providing superb senior care and living options that enrich the lives of Oregon seniors. Brookdale Senior Living Oregon communities consistently receive high resident satisfaction ratings, demonstrating our commitment to serving our residents with respect, integrity, compassion and excellence.
Brookdale Grants Pass Village is big, open, light, and not depressing. The staff is wonderful, and the services provided are what Mom needs. They have bingo and an area where they sit and watch movies. They have a room that's set up as a 1950s diner. The dining area is very nice, and the food looks pretty good with quite a selection.
I was able to try lunch when I came to visit. It was very good. Meat Loaf and mashed potatoes are my favorite. The people who live there said hi to me and were very nice. The staff was caring and professional. It is a home like place with lots of space and places to go. It was a nice sunny day and I saw a lot of people enjoying conversation in the courtyard and having ice tea and water! A very relaxed and warm place. It looks like they are going to get the interior updated with a remodel. I saw samples of new paint and carpet. It's already a great place. I was just happy the people who lived there were happy and well cared for. I will come back to visit soon.
I am a very happy occupant of one of the upgraded apartments in the Manor. Moving to the Hillside Manor has given my life a real boost and new direction. The food is so outstanding I have to be really careful not to over eat. Great thing: I don't have to cook it or do the dishes! The residents made me feel so welcome from day one. The staff care about us as though we are family. Have I mentioned the wine and cheese gatherings? Tidbits served are so good. They have so many varied activities I just can't find time to do them all. So I just sit in my chair and mold. - NOT! ! There are lots of different kinds and levels of group exercise classes to keep one's joints moving and limber. In just over a month we will have new exercise area 3 or 4 times larger than the previous one. Look hard enough and you'll find an outdoor swimming pool (salt water).
This is located in a nice area in the middle of Portland, upon driving up the outside was nice and ground well-kept. My first impression when walking in was the smell I instantly got an ammonia smell faint as it was it was there a little unsettling.
The residents were very quiet and not a lot of activity was happening. The facility itself was clean and well-kept. The staff was friendly and welcoming answered any questions I had, showed me around. Downside was the staff didn’t interact with the residents unless needed to this is an area that needs improving.
The dining area was old school with checkered flooring that of a 1950’s diner it was rather cool, it was filled with residents and used to converse and hang-out I thought it was very nice. The dining area was elegant, I didn’t eat at the facility but the menu had a good selection and had a good sized menu for those with special need diets way to go!
There was a room with a pool table room that was nice. The activity calendar had a good selection of activities but it was all repetitive, spoke with some of the ladies and bingo seemed to be a favorite among the residents.
The outdoor areas were nice they had ample seating and overlooking a pond. Plenty of areas to walk outside.
The room I saw was good sized and very nice. The price is in the middle for this facility and I just don’t see the offerings to go with the cost a tad on the high side.
They do have a good safety plan for the residents including in room emergency call systems and room checks.
Overall this is a good facility I get the feeling of a nursing home more than anything, not a bad thing the facility is clean not dingy, I just didn’t see the active movement of the residents when I visited and yes the staff great as they were just didn’t interact with residents as I would of thought they should. For the price there needs to be improvement in a few areas.
Oswego Springs is a lovely facility located in Portland. Upon arriving outside front of the facility is very well kept and plenty of parking. First and for most I must give credit of the staff, they were always friendly, inviting and called the residents by first name. The facility was going through a change of ownership during my visits there were a few hiccups as expected but again the staff made the transition almost seamless.
The cost at the facility is great a lot lower than many other in the direct area. The services and amenities were above average for the cost. The resident I visited apartment was nice but there were some issues such as the fridge door didn’t shut properly. The menu had a good selection but the food wasn’t all that great, I ate dinner there on a couple occasions and wasn’t impressed, this is an area in which they could improve on. The decor in the dining area was nice and the facility was always clean and in a great neighborhood.
They offer some fun activities they seem repetitive. The seniors were happy but not kept busy I always saw a lot of residents just sitting and talking. They do offer a happy hour with adult beverages and over the holidays they do go all out it is very festive with caroling and plays and other activities and the facility is decorated very nicely. They have a big screen TV and a beautiful grand piano very nice area.
They offer many medical services including daily assistance with bathing and dressing, medication management, dining assistance and special diets. Apartments are equipped with Emergency call systems, housekeeping is also provided very nice for my senior and it includes laundry service.
I like the variety of apartments offered from full kitchens to kitchenettes with no stove. Staff genuinely cares for the residents wellbeing that was most important to me along with the cleanliness of the facility this is overall I great facility there are some areas that need to be touched up but I would recommend this facility and the price can’t be beat.
Clairebridge is a unique Memory Care community with a "town courtyard" which is absolutely beautiful. The staff is professional and friendly, but more importantly it's obvious that they truly love the residents. The food is good and many activities are provided that accommodate the varying abilities of the residents. Definitely a place to call "Home"!
Hillside Retirement offers all the conveniences of many large continuing care communities, but it stands apart from most in many ways. When you first arrive you will notice that it is a beautiful community aesthetically. The cottages/ apartments are well maintained and the landscaping is gorgeous. The food at both restaurants is exceptional offering large menus to choose from. They have a onsite physical training program that is second to none with an onsite director who is well known for her education and experience in the senior industry. Their excursions and onsite activities are varied so that residents with different interests can find many things to enjoy doing with other residents. The staff is equally good. All are friendly, knowledgeable, ready to help and obviously very happy working there.
The care in Hillsides assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing is top notch with a "person" centered approach that provides care that preserves the residents well being with dignity and as much independence as possible.
This is a community that we refer our clients to, knowing That they will enjoy the many amenities that Hillside has to offer, the caring staff and higher level quality care when needed.
My brother has resided at Chestnut Lane, a facility for the deaf and deaf-blind, since May of 2011 after our father passed away. My brother, who is deaf and also developmentally disabled, has taken to his new home.
He enjoys talking to the staff and the residents. For the first time in his life, he is able to communicate (via sign language) with everyone he comes into contact with on a daily basis!
He loves the food there and while his favorite "activity" is watching TV, he will take part in some of the activities and parties at Chestnut Lane. And when he does, he always has a good time!
My deaf friend lost his father 2 years ago, with whom he has always lived. My deaf friend is in his late 50's and has never lived independently, and that has always been sad. There were only 2 places in the whole country at the time of his father's death, who were geared toward deaf residents. Chestnut Lane is in our same state, so we can visit regularly! My deaf friend now has his own apartment for the first time ever. He is much more independent, and joins in the activities at Chestnut Lane. I have seen a whole different side of him now that he lives there. He likes people, enjoys visitors, loves having his family come see him, is happier, more confident, and much more positive in his attitude. It is the perfect place for him and a Godsend. He can communicate with everyone there in sign language. I recommend it to any deaf person looking for a place to retire, even if you have some health issues. They will monitor your health for you too.
My brother who is deaf has resided at Chestnut Lane in Gresham, Oregon (a suburb of Portland) for the past two years ever since our father died. My brother has blossomed into a happier and more independent person since coming to live at Chestnut Lane. For the first time in his life he is living on his own in his own apartment.
He now enjoys socializing (as he never has before) with the residents and the staff who all know sign language! He enjoys the food, the community and the weekly shopping trips to local stores. For the first time in his life he is using the community videophone to keep in touch with both deaf friends and hearing family members.
Whenever I visit him, we take in a current captioned movie (using the latest technology) at any of the many local theaters. I enjoy sharing meals in the dining room and interacting with the other residents I've come to know. I am always welcome to participate in the activities offered to the residents. I see how the caring staff looks after him, often going above and beyond my expectations!
I am so grateful that Chestnut Lane has been available for the past ten years for deaf and deaf-blind people to come to live. I don't know what we'd do without it!
Our father resides at Clare Bridge in their memory care facility. Since he's been there we feel he is much happier, more interactive, more alert and very well taken care of. The management is very responsive and the staff are always professional, polite and smiling. It takes a great deal of patience and love to do their jobs and we see that each time we visit. Their facilities always look and smell very clean which was important to us. I would recommend Clare Bridge to anyone that wants to know their loved on is in good hands.