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The average cost of assisted living in the city is $4,825 per month. This guide is a starting point covering the cost of assisted living care in the city, as well as financing options to pay for it. You'll find in-depth information on 3 assisted living facilities in Beaverton and 30 in surrounding areas.
The Cost of Senior Care in Beaverton, OR
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Edgewood Point Assisted Living and Memory Care Community located in beautiful Beaverton, Oregon, combines the care seniors need, the convenience they value, and the independence they cherish.Edgewood Point is beautifully designed with spacious common areas to enjoy with family and…
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According to data from the 2018 Genworth Cost of Care Survey, seniors in Beaverton pay an average of $4,825 per month for assisted living. This rate is over $800 higher than the national average of $4,000 and over $200 above the state median of $4,593. The price is similar in Corvallis ($4,882) but more affordable in Bend ($4,553), Salem ($4,360), Albany ($4,210) and Eugene ($4,025). Locals pay $565 less than their counterparts in Grants Pass, which has the highest assisted living prices in Oregon at $5,390 per month.
Note: Cost data for senior care in Beaverton wasn’t available, so data for the metropolitan Portland area was used.
The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas
The monthly price of senior care is largely based on the level of care needed. This is clearly demonstrated by the $4,300 price difference between the $9,125 monthly rate for 24/7 skilled nursing home care and the $4,825 average for assisted living.
With an average cost of $5,339 per month, in-home services from homemakers and home health aides cost significantly more than assisted living. Rates for these services only cover one-on-one care. Seniors are still responsible for their daily living expenses, such as groceries, utilities, upkeep, insurance and taxes. Those residing in an assisted living community don’t face these costs because they’re typically included in the room-and-board portion of a facility’s monthly fee.
Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart
Americans who can’t afford health insurance may be eligible for coverage through Medicaid, the jointly funded national program that’s regulated by the federal government and administered by each state.
In Beaverton, the State Health Authority administers the Medicaid program known as the Oregon Health Plan. Almost one-quarter of the state’s residents are enrolled in the plan, including families with young children, pregnant women and approximately 170,000 seniors and blind or disabled adults. The OHP provides the following health care services to those who meet the program’s eligibility requirements:
Qualifying for Oregon Health Plan Coverage
Beaverton residents who are American citizens or legal immigrants and disabled or aged 65 and older can qualify for OHP coverage for long-term care if they:
When determining eligibility, OHP counts applicants’ income from all sources, including wages, pensions, investment earnings, Social Security and VA benefits. While most assets count, some are automatically disregarded, such as personal effects, one vehicle, a principal home worth up to $585,000, household goods and irrevocable burial trusts.
Oregon Community First Choice Option
The Oregon Community First Choice option, or K Plan, offers an alternative to institutional nursing home care for OHP-eligible seniors and disabled adults. This entitlement program provides care services and supports in a person’s own home or a community-based setting, including adult foster homes, group homes and assisted living facilities. Eligible Beaverton residents receive case management and a range of other services, including:
Seniors can apply for OHP medical coverage or the K Plan online or in person at one of the two Oregon Department of Human Services offices in Beaverton. Those who need assistance completing an application can call (503) 627-0362.
Aged and Physically Disabled Waiver
The OHP Aged and Physically Disabled waiver helps seniors and disabled adults transition from a nursing facility back to the community. To receive waiver-covered services, applicants must be OHP-eligible and meet the requirements for long-term care coverage. Those approved for the APD program may receive services through the waiver and K Plan at the same time as long as they don’t overlap. Supports provided through the waiver may include case management and:
The APD waiver isn’t an entitlement program of OHP. Participation is limited to about 44,000 individuals statewide, so approved seniors may be placed on a waiting list.
To apply for the APD waiver, Beaverton residents can contact Washington County Disability, Aging and Veteran Services at (855) 673-2372.
Oregon Supplemental Income Program
Beaverton residents aged 65 or older and those who are blind or disabled may qualify for a monthly cash benefit through the Oregon Supplemental Income program. Applicants must be receiving or eligible for Supplemental Security Income benefits and meet the program’s financial and living arrangement requirements.
Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly
The Oregon PACE program provides Medicaid-eligible seniors with comprehensive medical and long-term care support services to help them remain in the community and avoid nursing home admission.
The program is available to Beaverton residents aged 55 or older with Medicaid or dual Medicaid and Medicare coverage. Applicants must be assessed as needing a nursing-home level of care but be able to safely live at home or in an assisted living setting.
Those approved for PACE participation receive full Medicaid medical benefits and are assessed by the program’s interdisciplinary team to determine the support services they need, which may include:
For more information about PACE or to apply, Beaverton seniors can contact the Oregon DHS PACE Coordinator at (844) 224-7223.
Beaverton seniors on limited budgets may qualify for free legal assistance through the Oregon Law Center. This nonprofit agency offers help with a number of noncriminal legal issues, including Social Security, public benefits, housing, consumer problems, health care and elder exploitation and abuse.
Oregon Law Center
230 NE. 2nd Ave., Ste. F, Hillsboro, OR 97124
The Elsie Stuhr Center is a busy social hub where Beaverton adults aged 55 plus can enjoy an array of life-enriching social and recreational activities. Along with numerous exercise and creative classes, the center serves a healthy lunch daily and offers educational seminars and wellness clinics. Staff also plan special social events and organize group trips and tours.
Elsie Stuhr Center
5550 SW. Hall Blvd., Beaverton, OR 97005
Staff of the Washington County Veterans Services office provide Beaverton veterans with free help filing applications and appeals for federal VA compensation, pensions and other available benefits. Health services, including primary care, pension and compensation exams, lab tests and X-rays, are available at the Hillsboro VA outpatient clinic. Those who need diagnostic services or outpatient, acute or emergency care can visit the VA Medical Center in nearby Portland.
Washington County Veterans Services
5240 NE. Elam Young Pkwy., Ste. 300, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Portland VA Medical Center
3710 SW. U.S. Veterans Hospital Rd., Portland OR 97239
Hillsboro VA Outpatient Clinic
1925 NE. Stucki Ave., Ste. 300, Hillsboro, OR 97006
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