Gresham Senior Living
There are 24 Senior Living Options in Gresham, OR and 30 Senior Living Options nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
Gresham Manor offers independent seniors elegant facilities and views of the Cascade Mountains while enjoying fine dining, local entertainment and healthcare nearby in town.
Farmington Square Gresham developed the concept of a small home-like setting to give each resident a more comfortable and intimate living environme...
Brookdale Mt. Hood in Gresham provides highly-personalized assisted living that keeps you connected to your family, friends and dreams.
Brookdale Chestnut Lane Gresham is a special place where the deaf community comes first. Our specifically designed community has been enhancing the lives of deaf/deaf-blind seniors since 2005.
Courtyard Fountains in Gresham VA is rental retirement community that offers Independent Living and Assisted Living on beautiful campus situated in...
First Choice For Seniors Care Home provides quality care in a home-like environment. Our staff have over seven years of experience working with senior...
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Reviews of Gresham Senior Living Options
Overall, I'm really happy with Brookdale Mt. Hood. I'm pleased that my mother is there. It's smaller, so it's better than some big place for her where she'd be overwhelmed. The staff workers are all very pleasant. She doesn't complain about the food. She's gone to movies and done different things, like painting.Read more Brookdale Mt. Hood reviews
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...Read more Avamere at Chestnut Lane reviews
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...Read more Avamere at Chestnut Lane reviews
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...Read more Avamere at Chestnut Lane reviews
Horrible experience. Live-in managers complained about times my parents needed help. They were very rude and I am horrified by their treatment of my parents. Needless to say, we found them a new place to live. Be warned.Read more Gresham Manor reviews
I’ve been to Gresham Manor, but I have a little dog and what they had available was on the third floor. I didn’t want to live on the third floor with my dog, so I counted that out. It was a very nice place with very nice people and very well-trained staff...Read more Gresham Manor reviews