Albany Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Albany

Albany, OregonSituated on the banks of the Willamette River, Albany is the manufacturing and transportation hub of the Willamette Valley. With beautiful river views, lots of opens spaces, and convenient to other parts of the state, people are finding that communities of assisted living in Albany are a great place to call home. No matter what time of the year it is, there's always something to see and do in Albany.

Albany Recreation

The virtual library at the Albany Public Library is a great alternative for residents of assisted living communities. With easy to follow video tutorials, it's simple to browse and check out materials from the library's collection of e-books, audio books, music and movies without leaving the comfort of home. Ideal for residents of assisted living in Albany, the Heritage Mall is open for comfortable mall walking seven days a week. Avid senior walkers may find the Albany Fitwalkers more of a challenge. With its motto of "walk for the health of it," the group sponsors walking events and walks around the community.

Albany Activities

The Albany Senior Center supports seniors enjoying assisted living in Albany through a variety of services, recreation and learning. Residents of senior living communities network, enjoy a game or two of billards and bridge, use the Center's legal or tax services, istock_000006101165xsmallhave a hot lunch, or join one of Samaritan Health Services educational programs or support groups. For seniors interested in the arts, the Albany Civic Theater (ACT) is one of the oldest, best-known community theaters in Oregon. This all-volunteer community theater produces a year-round season of comedies, dramas and musicals that appeal to all audiences. ACT has access for the disabled and offers audio assistance devices for the hearing impaired. With four National Historic Districts in Albany, assisted living seniors may tour the city's historical homes during the Summer Interiors Homes Tour, join the Christmas Parlour Tour in December, or peruse one of Albany's museums.

Albany Medical Facilities

Residents ofassisted living in Albany are fortunate to have Samaritan Albany General Hospital located right in the city. The hospital and health center has been taking care of Albany residents since 1924. In addition to the Hospital's medical services, seniors have a resource of health education programs such as the Stay Well Solutions On-line for older adults. Articles on topics such as nutrition, fitness and chronic conditions give practical information on a number of wellness issues. Located just 13 miles from Albany, the Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, is largest hospital in the Linn, Benton and Lincoln counties. The Center offers more than 22 medical specialties including comprehensive cancer care, full-service cardiology, neurosurgery and other regional services.

Albany Transportation

The Albany Transit System (ATS) is the way to get around Albany. The ATS bus system accommodates wheelchair passengers and offers special fares for seniors 60 and older. Transit links to surrounding cities, including Portland, makes living in Albany an easy choice. The Call-A-Ride program is available to senior citizens who are unable to use the city bus services. For a small fee, the program provides door-to-door service for seniors in a community of assisted living in Albany.

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Find a caring and compassionate assisted living community for your loved one by browsing our Albany Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom. Back to Top