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There are 7 assisted living facilities in Hillsboro, OR and 30 assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Hillsboro, OR is $3,868 per month.
Avamere at Hillsboro offers senior community living in Cottages and assisted living apartments. Richly appointed common areas, such as our delightful ice cream parlor in the assisted living apartment building, are available for socializing and family gatherings. Enjoy leisure activities…
At Rosewood Specialty Care, residents enjoy an active, engaging lifestyle that promotes wellness and independence. It is our goal to keep our residents linked to resources and opportunities that will fulfill their needs and interests in the Hillsboro area. Residents…
At Rosewood Park, residents enjoy an active, engaging lifestyle that promotes wellness and independence. It is our goal to keep our residents linked to resources and opportunities that will fulfill their needs and interests in the Hillsboro area. Residents have…
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At Cornell Estates, you can experience daily programs and events, many of which focus on music, arts, education and volunteer opportunities, all within a relaxing, friendly setting.
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Our homes are located in the SE Denver/Aurora area. The caring staff would like to encourage you to contact us to arrange a personalized tour. Our spacious Assisted Living homes have a vibrant, warm and friendly atmosphere. We are situated…
The median cost of assisted living in Hillsboro for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,868/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Clackamas View Senior Living||Milwaukie||$4,819/month|
|Country Meadows Village||Woodburn||$3,120/month|
|Elite Care at Fanno Creek||Tigard||$5,095/month|
|Elite Care at Oatfield Estates||Milwaukie||$5,250/month|
|Elmcroft of Sellwood||Portland||$4,095/month|
|Fircrest Senior Living||Mcminnville||$5,250/month|
|Hawthorne Gardens Senior Living Community||Portland||$3,600/month|
|Homewood Heights Assisted Living Community||Milwaukie||$3,650/month|
|Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace||Portland||$3,400/month|
|Pacifica Senior Living Vancouver||Vancouver||$4,200/month|
|Prestige Senior Living Beaverton Hills||Beaverton||$3,900/month|
|Prestige Senior Living Riverwood||Tualatin||$3,300/month|
|Tanner Spring Assisted Living Community||West Linn||$3,675/month|
|The Ackerly at Timberland||Portland||$3,945/month|
|Town Center Village||Happy Valley||$4,450/month|
We visited The Springs. It was a good experience. From what we saw, the place was newer and perhaps somewhat better quality. Actually, it was a little more upscale than my mother felt comfortable with. The location wasn't quite as desirable from her standpoint either, but it was definitely a strong competitor for her c...Read more The Springs at Tanasbourne reviews
Hillsboro, one of the “Best Places to Retire” according to U.S. News and World Report, lies in the Tualatin Valley midway between the majestic Cascade Mountains and the rugged Oregon coast. Seniors who choose assisted living in Hillsboro enjoy life in a growing, well-planned community just a short 17 miles west of Portland.
The warm summers, mild winters and the valley’s generally damp weather make for lush landscapes, abundant farm crops and one of Oregon’s most active wine making areas. As the hub of Oregon’s Silicon Forest, Hillsboro is headquarters to several high-tech companies including Intel, Planar Systems and FEI. This is a great city for senior living where residents enjoy a small-town atmosphere with a big-city attitude.
Residents of assisted living in Hillsboro are surrounded by scenic natural beauty with 21 public parks, premier wineries and the Jackson Bottom Wetland Preserve, a 710-acre wildlife preserve located within the Hillsboro city limits. The Hillsboro Department of Parks and Recreation offers numerous classes and activities that include aquatics, art, dance, health and wellness, and general interest.
Shopping in downtown Hillsboro’s unique blend of old and new shops is an entertaining and leisurely way to spend a day, whether it’s browsing antique stores, stopping by the Sequoia Art Gallery or having lunch at one of the local restaurants. For serious shopping, Portland’s many shopping areas are just a 30-minute drive away. During the warmer months, the open-air farmers’ markets feature fresh produce, arts and crafts, hot food, and live entertainment.
Seniors enjoying assisted living in Hillsboro will find social and leisure activities at the Hillsboro Community/Senior Center. The center offers a variety of fun classes, educational workshops, trips and special events for seniors as well as other services such as footcare, haircuts, blood pressure checks, and hearing aid testing for little to no fee.
There is a wealth of cultural activities in Hillsboro for assisted living residents. Founded in 2001, the Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra brings together talented community musicians who play for the love of music without compensation. The Oregon Chorale is a 50-voice symphonic choir with concerts that present musical styles from classical to baroque and renaissance to contemporary. The Hillsboro Actors Repertory Theatre presents a wide variety of staged plays and musicals throughout its regular season.
Tuality Healthcare is the primary provider of in-patient services, urgent care centers and outpatient facilities throughout the Hillsboro area. The Tuality Community Hospital in downtown Hillsboro offers a full range of hospital services including comprehensive inpatient and outpatient mental health services for older adults. The Center for Geriatric Psychiatry assists seniors struggling with depression, grief, stress and anxiety and other mental health issues by teaching alternative coping skills, evaluating medications and promoting wellness.
The Emergency Department at Providence Newberg Hospital in nearby Newberg treats over 20,000 patients a year from the surrounding communities. Providence Newberg’s Emergency Department is staffed with a team of board-certified and emergency-trained doctors and nurses who provide compassionate, high-quality care and outstanding service.
Connected to Portland through the TriMet MAX light rail line, senior living residents have easy access to downtown Portland with trains leaving every 5 to 15 minutes. MAX has ramps that extend onto the sidewalk for easy boarding and priority seating spaces near the door for people with limited mobility or using wheelchairs. Under the Honored Citizens program, seniors are eligible for discounted fares.
You can find a list of local assisted living communities in Hillsboro by visiting our Hillsboro Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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