Beaverton Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Beaverton Assisted Living Facilities

Canfield Place

Review by Jennifer, Caring Granddaughter

Consumer

Canfield Place is truly a Five Star community. They provide everything from delicious food to great customer service to fantastic social activities to professional personal exercise training. Even more importantly, the staff honestly care; residents and family members here are all known by name...

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Canfield Place

Review by Family Member

Consumer

Canfield is a wonderful community. We love the staff! THE STAFF IS WHAT MAKES IT THE BEST! The community offers great activities, amazing food and most importantly great service. I refer all my friends and family to the community because they go the extra mile. When my mom moved in they made it so easy for me...

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Canfield Place

Review by Lynne, Daughter of Resident

Consumer

Canfield Place has been a blessing. Before moving our mom there we were so worried about her being alone and her safety. Now she talks with people every day and has activities to participate in. The staff at Canfield place are kind and caring...

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Canfield Place

Review by Rick Christensen

Consumer

I have had a total of four family members in Canfield over the years. The staff at Canfield has adapted their care to the individual, special needs of each family member. Prior to placing each family member in Canfield I have visited multiple other facilities...

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Canfield Place

Review by Jo Shannon, daughter

Consumer

My parents, Erv & Mary Miller, moved into Canfield this January. Everyone was so kind, helpful, caring and anwered all of our questions and took care of all our needs. My Dad passed the end of January and they made our whole family feel welcome. Friends also enjoyed visiting...

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Canfield Place

Review by Karen, Caring Daughter

Consumer

My Mom has lived at Canfield Place for over 4 years now and absolutely loves it. The staff is all friendly and caring. The activities are incredible. My Mom is going all the time and truly enjoys living here...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Beaverton

Beaverton Overview

Beaverton is just a short seven miles west of Portland and all of Portland's culture and art events, sporting events, and big city shopping. Situated in the Tualatin River Valley, Beaverton is midway between Mt. Hood and the spectacular Oregon coast. The area's summers are warm with long summer days and winters are relatively dry with little snowfall. The city is part of the Silicon Forest and home to companies such as Reser's Fine Foods, Leupold & Stevens, and Nike. Residents of assisted living in Beaverton will find comfortable county living right next door to big city life.

Beaverton Recreation

Avid readers will love the Beaverton City Library's Interlibrary Loan program that allows library patrons to borrow Beaverton Oregonmaterials not available through Washington County libraries from libraries all over the U.S. Assisted living seniors may join the library's weekly book group for lively discussions or the "Library 2 Go" program that enables residents to download digital audio books and videos to a PC at home, 24/7. Recognized as one of the best farmers markets in the West by both Sunset and Country Gardens magazines, the Beaverton Farmers Market is an old-fashioned, unique outdoor market featuring the region's finest agricultural products fresh from the farms. Assisted living seniors will have a great time enjoying the sights and smells of the market, the live music, and the fountain in the adjacent City Park on Saturdays during the summer Residents of assisted living in Beaverton have easy access for shopping at many malls such as Washington Square, which has complimentary wheelchairs and electric carts available, Beaverton Town Square, Cedar Hills Crossing and Portland's Westside shopping district.

Beaverton Activities

Beaverton assisted living residents can find fun and learning through the Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District program of classes, crafts and activities in aquatics, arts and crafts, dance, health, wellness, sports, fitness, trips and tours. The Elsie Stuhr Center is for seniors and offers a wide variety of classes, trips and tours, special events, a fitness center, lunch and socialization. Assisted living seniors may enjoy Flicks by the Fountain a popular free outdoor movie series. Held in Beaverton City Park in August, movies are shown on an inflatable movie screen (50 feet wide by 30 feet tall) with plenty of parking and plenty of seating. For history buffs, there are a number of historical properties to visit. The Jenkins Estate is a 68-acre, 19th-century estate where visitors may tour the house, gardens, stables and more. The Fanno Farmhouse is open for visitors to see the Freedom Trees planted around it in honor of the nation's centennial. The Washington County Museum offers exhibits sponsored by the Washington County Historical Society.

Beaverton Medical Facilities

Assisted Living Resident in BeavertonAssisted living residents have easy access to Portland medical centers and hospitals such as Providence St. Vincent Medical Center. This medical center is renowned for its many specialized programs, including Providence Heart and Vascular Institute, Oregon Medical Laser Center, and Providence Stroke Center. There is a free shuttle service for those commuting by TriMet bus and MAX, and wheelchair accessible vans are available. Residents enjoying assisted living in Beaverton also have access to hospitals in other surrounding cities such as the Legacy Meridian Park Hospital in nearby Tualatin. Legacy Meridian Park offers excellent medical care with a personal touch. It boasts of the first dual source CT scanner in Oregon and Washington that provides fast, reliable, non-invasive evaluation of chest pain without using beta blockers. Services include 24-hour emergency care, cancer treatment, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, interventional cardiology, massage therapy and a Stroke Center.

Beaverton Transportation

As the "hub" of Washington County, Beaverton is centrally located and easily accessible from every direction. Beaverton senior living residents have access to a well-planned transportation network and the entire Portland metropolitan area using the TriMet bus system and MAX light rail system. Seniors are eligible for Honored Citizens discounted fares and the LIFT for assisted living residents unable to use buses or the MAX. You can find assisted living in Beaverton at our Beaverton Assisted Living page.

Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.

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