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There are 18 assisted living facilities in Eugene, OR and 5 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Eugene, OR is $4,025 per month.
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On one campus, Churchill Estates can provide accommodations for those seeking an independent lifestyle, those who require just a little help with some daily tasks, to full assistance provisions, or the specialized support services provided in our memory care. One…
Many independent seniors may decide to join us at Evergreen Senior Living because they want to enjoy the benefits of living in a social community. You’ll enjoy the opportunities of a social environment while staying independent of care as long…
Sawyer House is an assisted living community where Eugene-area seniors can live in a supportive environment that respects their independence and provides an enriching lifestyle.
Situated in a picturesque setting at the edge of the Willamette River in Eugene, Waterford Grand provides a range of living options for seniors within a unique environment.
At Grace Manor, we are dedicated to improving the quality of life for seniors. Our community provides a welcoming and home-like atmosphere where you can feel safe, comfortable, and secure. We are located in the heart of Eugene, close to…
Located in a vibrant college town, Lone Oak Assisted Living is a traditional senior living community offering seniors cozy accommodations, friendly service and compassionate care.
The median cost of assisted living in Eugene for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,025/month (Genworth - 2018). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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I think Sheldon Park was OK, except once you run out of money, they don't want you anymore. They won't go on Medicaid. The room was small. The staff was OK, but once I told them I wasn't interested, they weren't interested in me either. Their activities were limited. There wasn't any interaction.Read more Sheldon Park Assisted Living reviews
Sheldon Park was a very nice place. It's very clean and well-staffed. I was looking in their memory care section. They have a very nice setup. The rooms were kind of small. They have studios or 1-bedrooms. The studios are a shared bathroom setup. The 1-bedroom actually had bathroom in them, and those have a little more...Read more Sheldon Park Assisted Living reviews
Sheldon Park seems good, and it looks like a nice place. The staff members are responsive and seem caring. The studio rooms are also nice and clean with high ceilings. My father-in-law is in assisted living, but with an abridged program because he also has memory issues.Read more Sheldon Park Assisted Living reviews
Sheldon Park turned us down because of the nature of my husband's dementia, but they have reached out a couple of times. I'm pleased with the facilities and staff. There was a little issue I had in my mind with the shared rooms about having a side-by-side entry with visual observation into both sides. I can see that wo...Read more Sheldon Park Assisted Living reviews
Sheldon Park Assisted Living was the best one I saw. The people were very friendly and informative. The rates were reasonable. The dining area looked really fine and the menu looked nice. They have a very small library, game rooms, craft rooms, and a hair salon. The staff was very helpful. It was a very nice and clean ...Read more Sheldon Park Assisted Living reviews
I'm presently located in Churchill Estates. I would rate the community a five except for the food. The food is a 1; I'm not even going down to the dining room. I'm doing my own cooking and just eating in my apartment. The employees are fine, but the problem is not with them. The problem is direction and management with...Read more Churchill Estates Retirement Community reviews
Eugene is called the “Emerald City” because of its location near the Cascades and coastal region of Oregon. This scenic city with a population of 154,000 is the second largest city in the state and offers many outdoor recreational opportunities in addition to a vibrant arts community.
Seniors who choose assisted living in Eugene delight in the mild temperatures of this town situated near the beautiful Willamette River.
The city is home to the University of Oregon and residents of assisted living in Eugene are fortunate to have access to the cultural amenities of a large college town. Seniors enjoy concerts at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts, which is host to the Eugene Ballet Company, Eugene Concert Choir, Eugene Opera, Eugene Symphony, Oregon Mozart Players and Oregon Bach Festival.
The scenic beauty of the nearby Willamette River is showcased at several of the more than 100 public parks within the Eugene city limits. Seniors can stop and smell the roses at the beloved Owen Rose Garden which showcases over 4,500 roses and offers stunning riverfront views.
There are several senior centers in Eugene that provide recreational trips, activities and services. The Trude Kaufman Senior Center is open weekdays and offers a comfortable environment that helps residents of assisted living in Eugene feel right at home.
The senior center offers a variety of classes as well as activities, such as games, billiards and movie screenings. Seniors have access to an exercise room and computer room. Educational programs and support services are provided, including free legal and income tax assistance. The goal of the center is to provide seniors with activities and programs that enhance their quality of life.
The Sacred Heart Medical Center is part of the PeaceHealth healthcare family. The University District campus in Eugene offers a comprehensive range of services to residents of assisted living in Eugene including behavioral health, imaging, neurosciences, orthopedics and a Gerontology Institute, which offers free blood pressure checks, health and wellness classes, and access to a medical alert system.
Sacred Heart was granted a Consumer Choice Award by the National Research Corporation every year since 2002. The Eugene location and new facility at Riverbend in nearby Springfield offer high quality patient services and advanced medical technologies.
Lane Transit District has been providing public bus transportation to the Springfield-Eugene area for 40 years. Discounted EZ Access passes are available for people with disabilities and Medicare card holders. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Eugene who are 65 and older receive an Honored Rider pass which allows them to ride Lane Transit for free.
Eugene is a treasure for the people who call this bustling community home. Residents of assisted living in Eugene experience the wonder of both the mountains and the coast while having access to numerous amenities and services. To view a list of local senior housing options, visit our Eugene Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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