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Living at Homewood Heights Assisted Living gives you the freedom to enjoy the activities you love most without worrying about the hassle of household responsibilities.
Clackamas View Senior Living is located in Milwaukie, OR. We have 25 apartments with licensed capacity for 40 seniors. We are located in a very beautiful and peaceful neighborhood.
Milwaukie, OR, is where Cristina's Care home is located. The town is a small suburb of Portland, located along the Pacific Coast. This area has a temperate year-round climate and plenty of outdoor attractions, such as Elk Rock Island, a…
Meadowlark Lane is located in Milwaukie, OR. Seniors benefit from living in a community bordered by rivers and parks. The Willamette River is to the west, Kellogg Creek passes to the east and there are parks and natural areas to…
Best Choice ACH is a senior living care home located in the small town of Milwaukie in Clackamus County, OR. Milwaukie is a 20-minute car ride from Portland and offers easy access to health care and leisure facilities. Providence Milwaukie…
Angelica's ACH is located in a bustling neighborhood in Milwaukie, OR. The Willamette River passes by to the west, and the area is surrounded by stunning nature parks, including the 3-Creeks Natural Area and Mount Talbert Nature Park. Shops and…
Oatfield Senior Care Home is located in a beautiful region of Milwaukee, OR, close to Williamette River, Lake Oswego and Tryon Creek State Natural Area. The facility's location is ideal for seniors looking to maintain an active lifestyle in their…
L & C Adult Care Home is located in Milwaukie, Oregon. Milwaukie is a small city of 20,000 people that hugs the Willamette River. Additionally, it's near numerous parks and forests, such as the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. Milwaukie residents…
If you've not visited this campus, you need to do so. They practice a very interesting model of care here. No alarms, no med carts, no nurses station. The homes feel like homes. I enjoy the open kitchen, the sprawling gardens (that have food the Residents actually get to eat), the fact there is no wake-up schedule...Read more Elite Care at Oatfield Estates reviews
I love the atmosphere and the setting. My main concern was when we met with Elite and the initial assessment was completed, they said they could work with our budget which we stretched to $5500/month. within 60 days it is over 7,000. Now we need to look for other options which we never expected to have to do. Commun...Read more Elite Care at Oatfield Estates reviews
This is a very pretty location with nice housing and food and gardens. The care is scattered, though, management is strange and constantly changing, and safety and training are shoddy. There is potential but it is not being reached.Read more Elite Care at Oatfield Estates reviews
Royalton Place was very good. They had excellent food, the place was clean, organized, and secure. They have a bus for the residents so they can go to churches or stores, and they take them out to the country on Saturday afternoons. They have a two-week minimum stay, while a lot of the places have a 30-day minimum stay...Read more Royalton Place reviews
Royalton Place was nice, clean, and very airy with high ceilings, a nice dining area, and cozy common area. I didn't really care for their memory care because it smelled. The person who assisted me in my tour was Megan, who was wonderful. I spent well over an hour with her, and she was very compassionate about the deci...Read more Royalton Place reviews
Royalton Place was very good. The room looked very clean and was partially painted. Everything was well kept. The kitchen and the dining area were extremely clean. They showed me the meals and the nursing staff. The person who assisted me was very informative. She gave me information. The place was very clean.Read more Royalton Place reviews
Founded in 1847, Milwaukie is a quiet suburban city with a population of 20,000 that has a rich history. The city is just miles away from downtown Portland, giving Milwaukie assisted living residents the best of all worlds: a small town feel with easy access to a bustling downtown metropolis. Milwaukiens, as they’re called, are generally active community members and engage as board members, volunteer members, or participants in one of the many annual festivals. The area is bordered by the Willamette River, which moderates the temperature year-round and provides some beautiful scenery. Currently, Milwaukie’s downtown area is being redeveloped to make room for new apartments and retail stores, as well as a new riverfront park.
The Milwaukie Center provides recreational and health and wellness activities for Milwaukie residents of all ages, with a focus on seniors. The center is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and offers programs such as meals on wheels, grocery shopping trips, recreation excursions, tax aide, healthy aging workshops, and blood pressure checks. Those with disabilities are helped by Aging and People With Disabilities, which has an office in Milwaukie that provides assistance with medical care, caregiving, nutrition help, and more.
Residents of assisted living in Milwaukie have a number of historical, cultural, and outdoor activities to enjoy. Seniors interested in gardening can join the Milwaukie Community Gardens, a group dedicated to building local food security through gardening in one of the area’s many community gardens. The Milwaukie Museum is a favored attraction among locals, as it’s home to nearly 200 years of history and has a wide assortment of pictures and artifacts. During the summer, make your way to the Milwaukie Daze Festival and Parade to enjoy the fireworks and carnival games by the beautiful riverfront. Then in the winter, there’s the Umbrella Parade & Tree Lighting along with the Christmas Ships and Winter Solstice Bonfire to celebrate the holiday season. Whatever the season, Milwaukie assisted living residents have plenty of activities to enjoy.
For those willing to travel to Portland, just a 15 minute drive away, the entertainment options are endless. The Oregon Ballet Theatre, Oregon Symphony, Portland Center Stage, and Portland Opera each offer a unique and rich experience for those who appreciate culture and the performing arts. The Portland Art Museum is perfect for art lovers, while sports enthusiasts can attend one of the many major league sports team the city offers.
Milwaukie assisted living residents are serviced by the Providence Milwaukie Hospital, a non-profit hospital with 77 acute-beds and over 450 dedicated staff members. The hospital provides a full range of services, including rehabilitation, cancer treatment, heart and vascular, and emergency care. There are also a number of walk-in clinics in the Milwaukie area ensuring residents’ healthcare needs are always taken care of.
All in all, assisted living in Milwaukie offers your senior loved ones a quiet suburban town combined with big-city living just around the corner. For more information on senior living in Milwaukie, see our options for Milwaukie assisted living.
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