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19 Assisted Living Communities in Eugene, Oregon

There are 19 assisted living facilities in Eugene, OR and several assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Eugene, OR is $4,025 per month.

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Reviews of Assisted Living Facilities in Eugene

Grant

4

May 11, 2021

I visited this facility

Sheldon Oaks was pretty nice. It met what mom wanted in a place. She wanted to be with people, and it had three meals. I didn't see any problems with it. The staff during the tour was a little busy, but she answered all our questions. I think she did really well. The dining area was OK. I think that's what mom was looking for. The only problem with it is right now they want three months' payment up front before you can move in, which might be a slight problem. They reduced it a little bit on top of that, so it's really a good deal. We saw residents sitting around talking to each other, and they had some activities going on. What I was mainly impressed with was they had a lot of things to do, and they have a menu. It's a pretty nice place, and mom kind of liked it. For what they have, it's about the best place I've seen so far.

Cindy

4

November 23, 2020

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Garden Way is much better than where my parents were. We have limited access because of the virus, but my parents seem happy. The living quarters are a little bit smaller than the apartment they had at another facility, but they seem more comfortable at Garden Way. They can make more choices for themselves, even during this pandemic. They feel like they're treated with respect and more like adults than children. A lot of the amenities are shut down because of the pandemic. They think the breakfast is very good. They're not as enamored of the dinner, but they are also thinking that food is probably a little bit different during the pandemic. They don't have salad bars and fresh selections right now. They're hoping it will improve when the vaccine becomes available and we all get back to a little more normal life. When my parents moved there, a couple more residents from where they were also chose to go there. I was really impressed with how Garden Way handled their interview and the accommodations they made for them to move during this pandemic. They were really professional and very helpful. They have a spacious living room and a large master bedroom, but a really tiny second bedroom and less storage options. Two of us can now and visit at a time. My husband and I, or my brother and I can go together, but we can't eat in the dining room. The staff was very helpful when I was helping my parents move. It's outrageously expensive. It's just nice to know they're safe.

ReviewerAT1015

4

October 28, 2020

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My sister-in-law moved into Garden Way, and so far, so good. Everything is good, except for the COVID-19, because everything is not fully accessible, but it's a good place though, and we like it. The food is OK, not bad, the food is very good. I've met a few of the staff. They're all very nice, very helpful, and very professional.

ReviewerAT1016

4

October 28, 2020

I visited this facility

Sheldon Oaks was OK, it's just that they're a much older facility, but they're okay. The staff was very good, very helpful, and very professional. The rooms were good. They showed a studio, one-bedrooms, two- bedrooms, everything. They're in town, they didn't have really big gardens, but it serves its purpose for recreation.

Linda

4

November 6, 2019

I visited this facility

I was at Garden Way for lunch, but the food was not good; it was just macaroni and ham. They have amenities like a workout room, Coca Cola room, a coffee place, and different areas. They are very nice, but the people there don't seem happy, and they weren't engaging. Their Coca Cola room is like a vintage soda shop; it's a 50's kind of place. I am considering them because the room I wanted was a little bigger for a little less, and it has really good light, which I need for my fiber art.

Shawna

5

May 17, 2019

I visited this facility

I only visited Waterford Grand and we picked that one. The rooms were small but a perfect size. The staff was wonderful, everybody was very happy, smiling, and very accommodating. They have games, card games, Mexican train games, they have a pool, and they take them places to go shopping. They do their nails and they have a beauty salon.

Lois

5

May 7, 2019

I visited this facility

Sheldon Oaks was more independent living and it's an amazing facility. The personnel were extremely amiable, gave me a wonderful tour, and great explanations of what services they could offer. At that point, they did not fit our needs, but they really impressed me with the kind of facility that they were, as well as the personnel that I met. The rooms were small, but clean, and very pleasant. They have lovely places for games, like a billiards room, a library, and lovely sitting areas outside the residents' rooms. I met the cook who said that they don’t only do the menus, but they like to hear what the residents like to eat, and if they have recipes they’ll try them. The cook was amazing.

Lola

3

December 10, 2018

I visited this facility

I toured Sheldon Oaks. I liked it, but it seemed cold and impersonal. The people going to their tables at lunchtime didn’t nod, didn’t acknowledge my presence, and didn’t say hi. It wasn’t as personable as the other place I saw. There were movies every night, different activities during lunch, and I think they take you out shopping and stuff like that. The location of it was good, and the places where I would go to shop is within walking distance. They had laundry rooms that were free. I had lunch and dinner there, and the food was very good. They have a good variety of choices. The rooms were a good size, nice, and the area was clean.

Wilma

5

December 9, 2018

I visited this facility

Sheldon Oaks was very good. If I decide to move that's where I'll go. It's very nice and within my budget, so that should be great. I saw three apartments and they look like my idea of where I would like to live, and the view was good. They have lots if activities, which right now I can do. The staff member who showed me around was very nice, helpful, and answered all my questions. It was a good visit.

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Eugene Assisted Living Facilities Cost

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.

 

Information About Assisted Living Facilities in Eugene

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.

Eugene Attractions

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.  

Eugene Senior Activities

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.

Eugene Medical Facilities

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.

Eugene Transportation

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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