Vancouver Retirement Communities

There are 10 Retirement Communities in Vancouver, WA and 20 Retirement Communities nearby.

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Vancouver Retirement Communities

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    Patriots Landing

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    Review by doting daughter
    Family Or Friend Of A Current/Past Resident

    As a family member who visits quite often, I have seen changes that are disappointing and quite frankly worrisome. Changes began with new management and while I know change is to be expected, I cannot provide the glowing review I would have left when mom moved in several years ago.Let us begin with the positive...

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    Patriots Landing

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    Review by Dangerous Place
    Family Or Friend Of A Current/Past Resident

    My father was at Patriot's Landing for over a year. During that time, he was hospitalized TWICE due to neglect by staff. Most of the staff was VERY rude to me and blamed ME for demanding answers about why my father was allowed to become so ill...

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    Patriots Landing

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    Review by Jane, caring daughter
    Family Or Friend Of A Current/Past Resident

    My mother has lived at Patriots Landing for over 6 years now. Yes I have seen changes, most for the better...

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    Patriots Landing

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    Review by Smbvmc
    Family Or Friend Of A Current/Past Resident

    First, I must say my mother loved her apartment at Patriots Landing. When she moved in she was independent and in fairly good health. We chose patriots landing as she could be transitioned into assisted living when needed...

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    Patriots Landing

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    Review by Sally, still in awe
    Family Or Friend Of A Current/Past Resident

    My mother lived at Patriots Landing for several years prior to her passing. At a recent family gathering we got to talking about mom and her time at Patriots Landing. The compassion they showed towards my mother took my breath away. Whenever I saw staff with her they were very kind...

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Map of Vancouver Retirement Communities

Information About Retirement Community in Vancouver

Vancouver Retirement CommunitiesSituated on the north bank of the Columbia River, Vancouver is the fourth largest city of the state of Washington. Being located in the lowlands of Washington, it has a subtropical climate with 143 days of sunshine annually. Moreover, it boasts of a long and rich history having been regarded by European settlers back in the 1800s as the only ideal location for settlement west of the Rocky Mountains. Today, Vancouver has a flourishing economy that is largely focused on technology, construction and service industries. Its excellent climate and robust social scene make Vancouver retirement communities the home of choice for many seniors.

Attractions

Residents never suffer from lack of recreations and pastimes in Vancouver. For people who love scenic landscapes and anything outdoors, Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation list of 91 area parks should keep them busy all year round. In addition, people who harbor love for the arts will find soon enough that artistic expression takes on many forms in Vancouver's numerous art galleries, museums, amphitheaters and libraries. In fact, Clark County Historical Museum is home to a Brautigan library, which features more than 400 unpublished works of writers from all over the world. Moreover, the city has several sites for history buffs such as Fort Vancouver Historic Site, Vancouver National Historic Reserve and George C. Marshall House.

Senior Activities

Seniors living in Vancouver retirement communities experience a sense of belonging by participating in a wide-range of activities where residents socialize and interact with other seniors. One such activity is the government-organized 50+ Travel Program. In this program, residents aged 50 and above are taken on a tour to city museums, gardens, art galleries and other recreational events. Furthermore, the city also organized 50 and Better Senior Program. This program includes activities like dances, wellness talks, workshops, seminars and clubs. For seniors who cultivate a particular hobby or interest, the program is the perfect avenue to meet like-minded individuals.

Medical Facilities

Residents of Vancouver retirement communities can take advantage of one of the best medical facilities of the country. Two of the most notable hospitals in the city are Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center and Southwest Washington Medical Center. Both hospitals offer quality patient care using latest medical technology and world-class facilities. Additionally, they offer extensive health services with treatment centers and clinics for different specialties like neurology, cardiology, bone and joint, cancer and pain management.

Transportation

Residents of the city benefit from a very comprehensive transportation system. Seniors in Vancouver retirement communities enjoy greater mobility with C-Tran buses, paratransit vehicles, and van pools that operates all over the whole metropolis. Express routes to downtown Portland are also available. Additionally, MAX light rail, Portland's transportation system operated by Tri-Met offers a route extension to Vancouver. Portland Mall serves as the gateway for this route. People with disabilities as well as seniors aged 62 and above enjoy discounted fares on all C-Tran buses. Vancouver is a vibrant city that is nestled among the best that the outdoors has to offer. It has a thriving economy and everyone has convenient access to retail and medical services. For a well-rounded living experience, Vancouver retirement communities have much to offer. Back to Top