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There are 7 assisted living facilities in Gresham, OR and 30 assisted living facilities nearby.
Farmington Square Gresham developed the concept of a small home-like setting to give each resident a more comfortable and intimate living environment. Every aspect of each individual building is designed with the resident in mind. From our cozy living rooms…
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 the shadow of snowcapped Mt. Hood and 14 miles east of Portland. Choose from a variety of spacious studio,…
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. For the first time in his life he is living on his own in his own ap...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. Chestnut Lane is in ou...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. For the first time in his life, he is able to communic...Read more Avamere at Chestnut Lane reviews
Farmington Square is small but a bit older. It is clean, but it is on a busy street. They have 5 different buildings, and there are 16 tenants in each building. For memory care, they have locked facilities for people that wander. They have an outdoor area for the residents. The people were very nice.Read more Farmington Square - Gresham reviews
Farmington Square Gresham was very nice. The woman I met with was very nice and helpful. The place was very pleasant and had a very nice atmosphere. They have activities and everybody seemed really engaged. The rooms were nice, well-kept, and looked like they'd be very comfortable.Read more Farmington Square - Gresham reviews
The city of Gresham is the fourth largest city in Oregon with a population of just over 100,000. It is located in the Northwest corner of the state immediately East of Portland and south of the Washington-Oregon border on the banks of the Columbia River.
Formerly a popular campground for Pioneers on the way to Portland, Gresham has blossomed into a thriving city with its own unique natural beauty, cultural activities and booming commercial center. With so much to do, seniors who choose to enjoy assisted living in Gresham will never experience a dull moment.
Senior living residents take advantage of Gresham’s mild climate year-round by strolling along the city’s Historic Downtown. The tree-lined boulevards of specialty shops and restaurants are designed to celebrate Gresham’s historical roots.
Seniors may also take advantage of the many retail stores at Gresham Station. Conveniently located on the MAX light rail line, this bustling mall is home to over 50 stores and restaurants. On rainy days, residents of assisted living in Gresham may choose to take in a show at the Mt. Hood theater, a 784-seat movie theater in the heart of Downtown Gresham.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Gresham who crave a little culture can find it at the Gresham Little Theater, a community playhouse featuring major theatrical productions starring local performers. The Little Theater also hosts a year-round Bluegrass Music Series.
Music lovers may also enjoy the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival. The festival is a three-day affair and hosts a variety of jazz performers from around the region. Live musical entertainment is also an integral part of the Gresham Farmers Market, where assisted living seniors can sample fresh produce from local farmers and vendors from May to October each year.
Residents of Gresham have access to some of the finest medical care in the state right in their backyard. The Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center has been providing care to the greater Gresham community since 1922.
Part of the Legacy Health System, which runs hospitals and medical centers throughout the region, Legacy Mount Hood provides quality health-care to senior living residents with a particular emphasis in treating cancer, cardiac and pulmonary conditions, stroke and sleep disorders.
Living just outside of Portland, residents of assisted living in Gresham may take advantage of the medical services provided by the many hospitals located in the Portland area such as the Oregon Health & Sciences University (OHSU) Medical Group.
OHSU is the state’s only academic hospital and is on the cutting edge of medical research and technology. The hospital was the only medical center from Oregon to be recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals List of 2008 for their work in oncology and endocrinology.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Gresham can get out and explore all the Portland metro area has to offer simply by hopping on the MAX Light Rail train. The city of Gresham is serviced by the Blue Line which runs from Hillsboro to Gresham servicing the cities of Beaverton and Portland along the way. Seniors are eligible to participate in the TriMet Honored Citizens program which offers discounted fares to riders 65 and older.
Seniors with mobility issues who are unable to comfortably ride the MAX Light Rail or bus can turn to TriMet’s LIFT services. Disabled seniors can reserve rides on LIFT’s shared-ride service and go from the front door of their assisted living community to anywhere in Gresham.
Offering some of the best suburban living in Oregon, assisted living in Gresham is a great choice for Portland-area seniors. View a list of local senior housing options on our Gresham Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell.
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