Oregon is a striking state that features lush green landscapes, great weather and a plethora of things to see and do. Oregon independent living gives retirees a chance to live in a beautiful state that offers residents plenty of recreational activities. The Beaver state is home to a number of scenic walking trails and natural landmarks, such as the Columbia River Gorge and the Deschutes National Forest. Oregon is also home to a variety of other attractions, including the Multnomah County Central Library, Laurelhurst Park, the Living Room Theater, the Portland Art Museum, the Oregon City Golf Club and the Pearl District.
Independent Living in Oregon Defined
Independent living is suitable for seniors who are in good health and can go about their daily activities without assistance from others. Seniors who do need help with basic tasks, like bathing, dressing or eating, would not be eligible for a place in an Oregon independent living community. In this situation, an assisted living facility would be more suitable. You can find Oregon assisted living facilities in our Assisted Living category. Those with memory loss problems, such as Alzheimer's and dementia, would also not be eligible for a place at an independent living community, as they would be better suited in a home that provides specialized memory care. You can find Oregon memory care facilities in our Memory Care category.
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