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There are 8 assisted living facilities in Lake Oswego, OR and 30 assisted living facilities nearby.
Oswego Place Assisted Living Community is conveniently located close to shopping, dining, hospitals and much more, and offers superior assisted living accommodations.
Greenridge Estates at Mountain Park is and assisted living community located in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Our community is specifically designed to provide safety, security and comfort for active seniors.
Enjoy retirement in beautiful Lake Oswego, Oregon! The Stafford offers independent and assisted living for seniors who enjoy independence but want a little assistance when needed most. Everything we do centers around our residents - from our fine dining restaurant…
I visited The Springs at Carman Oaks. It was fine but seemed a little too institutional and expensive, so I wasn’t interested in it. I didn’t meet their staff, just one person that showed me around who was OK. The facility didn’t seem like the proper place for my mother.Read more The Springs at Carman Oaks reviews
I really like The Springs at Carman Oaks. The people were very friendly, and they had a lot of planned activities. They had a swimming pool and spa that you could go at anytime. They have an exercise room and a theater. I liked the idea of being able to cook in our own apartment since they have full kitchens. The dinin...Read more The Springs at Carman Oaks reviews
We toured The Springs at Carman Oaks. It was five stars all the way around. The grounds and apartments were excellent. They had a swimming pool, gardens, a library, beauty parlor, and lots of other facilities. I ate there, and they had excellent food. The staff was helpful and personable. The tour was amazing, but it's...Read more The Springs at Carman Oaks reviews
The Springs at Carman Oaks was very nice and secluded, but was an awful long way from me, which is a huge drawback. I had quite an extensive tour. They have craft time available and a little garden area where the residents can work on gardening or plant vegetables. We met several of the staff members and they were all ...Read more The Springs at Carman Oaks reviews
My mother-in-law is moving into Oswego Place by Bonaventure. They have been wonderful to let my husband and I come in and tour their rooms. And we really had to make a fast decision because we're headed to hospice very quickly and unexpectedly, and they have been incredibly accommodating. The personalized care, and the...Read more Oswego Place by Bonaventure reviews
Located eight miles south of Portland, the City of Lake Oswego is one of the most affluent suburbs of Portland. Lake Oswego assisted living seniors enjoy a pleasant retreat nestled in the hills surrounding the private Lake Oswego and the shore of the Willamette River.
With graceful architecture, lush parks, mild weather, and ample activities and cultural events, Lake Oswego senior living residents have an ideal city in which to spend their retirement years.
The Lake Oswego Adult Community Center offers seniors a variety of recreational classes, computer classes and social activities such as the monthly bridge party and excursions to local attractions such as shopping and outlet malls, concerts at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, events at the Rose Garden Arena, trout fishing at Detroit Lake and gambling at theSpirit Mountain Casino.
Lake Oswego’s only movie theater, Lake Twin Cinema, was built in 1940 and renovated in 1996. It is a friendly neighborhood theater with two screens and great popcorn for an early evening showing of a first-run movie. But movie theaters are not the only place where seniors find entertainment.
The Lake Oswego Public Library offers assisted living residents a good book and other literary events such as “Open-Mic At The Library” where talented residents share their art with the community, First Tuesday Music Series, Second Wednesday Performing Arts Program, Third Tuesday Author Series and exhibits of local artists.
Lake Oswego assisted living seniors enjoy the abundance of the European-style Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market. With an average of over 80 vendors each week, it’s a great place to pick up fresh produce, meats, baked goods and freshly made refreshments for a delicious meal or a snack.
The annual Festival of Arts is a must for Lake Oswego senior living residents. A major regional event, the Festival is a weekend filled with crafts and entertainment, and several art exhibits. The Lakewood Theatre Company, the oldest continually operated non-profit theatre company in the Portland metro area, also offers a regular season of plays and musicals performed by a fine company of actors.
About six miles from Lake Oswego, Legacy Meridian Park Hospital is a quick drive away in Tualatin, Oregon. Able to handle any situation from acute emergencies to urgent illness and injuries, Legacy Meridian Park is staffed with board-certified emergency medicine physicians, Northwest Acute Care Specialists, specialty nurses, and support staff who have training and expertise in emergency care.
Providence Milwaukie Hospital is also located about six miles from Lake Oswego in neighboring Milwaukie. Committed to caring for people throughout the cycle of life, Providence Milwaukie is recognized locally and nationally as a leading health care provider. Traditional hospital services and a 24-hour emergency department are available with other programs such as the Healing Touch, an energy-based therapeutic process to balance and align the “human energy field,” body, mind, emotion and spirit; the Memory Assessment Clinic where specialists diagnose and treat memory disorders; and the Hospitalist Program that provides in-patient care by hospitalist physicians.
Seniors find getting around the city easy with the many transit options available. The Adult Community Center offers Lake Oswego assisted living residents rides to medical appointments with volunteer drivers, a lunch and shop program for grocery shopping, door-to-door service to the Center and home, and the Short and Sweet Trip for seniors who can no longer drive.
Lake Oswego seniors will find lots of activities to keep them busy in their golden years. Find assisted living for your loved one by visiting our Lake Oswego Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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