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101 Assisted Living Communities near Portland

In the Portland area, we found 103 Assisted Living Properties you might love. Also, there are 18 Independent Living Communities, and 51 Memory Care Communities..


Rose Schnitzer Manor

Estimated $4,182/month Not Yet Rated
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6140 SW Boundary St, Portland, OR
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Suite  ·  Studio  ·  One Bedroom
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Assisted Living  ·  Memory Care

West Hills Village Senior Residence

Estimated $4,685/month
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5711 Sw Multnomah Blvd, Portland, OR
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Suite  ·  Studio  ·  One Bedroom
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Assisted Living  ·  Independent Living  ·  Respite Care  ·  Memory Care

Elmcroft of Sellwood

Estimated $4,311/month
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8517 Se 17th Avenue, Portland, OR
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Suite  ·  Studio  ·  One Bedroom
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Assisted Living

Russellville Park

$3,175/month
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20 Southeast 103rd Avenue, Portland, OR
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Suite  ·  Studio  ·  One Bedroom
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Assisted Living  ·  Independent Living  ·  Memory Care  ·  Respite Care
Welcome to Russellville Park, where your retirement adventure awaits. When you visit our retirement community in the heart of Portland, you’ll noti

The Ackerly At Timberland

Estimated $4,632/month
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11795 NW Cedar Falls Drive, Portland, OR
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Suite  ·  Studio  ·  One Bedroom
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Assisted Living  ·  Independent Living  ·  Memory Care  ·  Respite Care
The Ackerly at Timberland, where your retirement adventure awaits. Opening soon! Apartment selection now underway. Visit us today! When you visit ou

Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace

Estimated $4,691/month
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1400 Ne Second Ave, Portland, OR
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Suite  ·  Studio  ·  One Bedroom
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Assisted Living  ·  Independent Living
Welcome to Pacifica Senior Living Calaroga Terrace. Welcome to Calaroga Terrace Senior Living where we offer retirement living at its finest. At Calar

Marquis Piedmont Assisted Living

Estimated $4,572/month Not Yet Rated
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319 NE Russet St, Portland, OR
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Suite  ·  Studio  ·  One Bedroom
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Assisted Living  ·  Memory Care

Brookdale Oswego Springs Portland

Estimated $4,183/month Not Yet Rated
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11552 Sw Lesser Rd., Portland, OR
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Assisted Living  ·  Memory Care

Laurel Parc At Bethany Village

Estimated $5,235/month
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15850 Nw Central Drive, Portland, OR
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Suite  ·  Studio  ·  One Bedroom
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Assisted Living  ·  Independent Living  ·  Memory Care

Courtyard At Mt. Tabor

Estimated $4,917/month Not Yet Rated
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6323 Se Division, Portland, OR
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Assisted Living  ·  Independent Living  ·  Memory Care

Cherry Blossom Cottage

$2,185/month
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11177 Se Cherry Blossom Dr, Portland, OR
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Avamere At Bethany

Estimated $4,807/month
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16360 Nw Avamere Court, Portland, OR
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Assisted Living  ·  Independent Living  ·  Memory Care  ·  Respite Care

Assumption Village

Estimated $4,196/month
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9121 N. Burr Avenue, Portland, OR
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Assisted Living  ·  Respite Care

Laurelhurst Village

Estimated $3,954/month
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3120 Se Stark, Portland, OR
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Assisted Living  ·  Respite Care  ·  Skilled Nursing Facility

Macdonald Residence

Estimated $4,429/month Not Yet Rated
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605 Nw Couch Street, Portland, OR
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Assisted Living

What is Assisted Living?

Assisted living is typically defined as a 24-hour nonmedical care facility located in a residential setting that provides seniors with housing accommodations, housekeeping, laundry services, meals, wellness programs and social engagement opportunities.

However, the Residential Care/Assisted Living Compendium issued by the state of Oregon in 2015 defines assisted living in Portland with specific language stating that “assisted living facilities (ALFs) must provide a private apartment, private bath and kitchenette” to residents of the property.

Services Available in Assisted Living Facilities in Portland

Portland’s assisted living properties offer a range of services and amenities. Some locations offer basic services that mimic the comforts of home, while others offer an atmosphere similar to that of a luxury resort. Regardless of the type of assisted living community, residents can expect the following services:

  • Housing accommodations
  • Daily meals
  • Social engagement opportunities
  • Transportation assistance

However, the services and onsite amenities vary based upon the individual property. For example, some assisted living communities maintain onsite gardens, secure walking paths, movie theaters, bistros, bars, salons and fitness centers.

Getting Ready to Move to Assisted Living in Portland

Preparing to move into a new assisted living residence requires a little bit of legwork in advance. There are medical considerations to keep in mind, as well as property and household items to think about before moving into assisted living in Portland. You and your senior loved one should schedule a medical assessment with their primary physician before the big moving day comes. There are two benefits to doing so:

  • You gain clarity and peace of mind regarding your loved one's physical health
  • The staff at the new residence can adequately prepare for your loved one's arrival with full knowledge of their physical health condition

There’s also the issue of the existing household and goods. Many seniors have a house full of items, furniture and memories, and those items should be dealt before moving into a new assisted living property. Be sure to keep the following in mind:

  • Prepare the home for sale/cancel lease on existing apartment or condo
  • Go through household goods to determine what should go to the new residence, and what is no longer needed
  • Hire movers to pack and move the goods going to the assisted living property
  • Pass down family heirlooms to loved ones for safe-keeping
  • Consider selling any personal vehicles (most assisted living facilities offer adequate transportation)

What Does Assisted Living Cost in Portland?

Assisted living communities vary from basic and boutique to luxury accommodations. Costs vary from basic to luxury based upon the type of accommodations, level of services and the variety of amenities on site.

Oregon as a whole has an average cost of $48,840 per year, according to the 2017 Genworth Cost of Care survey, but the Portland area is slightly cheaper than the state average, at $44,310 per year. This is equivalent to a monthly cost of $3,693.

However, not all care homes cost the same.

At the cheaper end, you can potentially find assisted living facilities closer to the $2,000 mark, and these are usually the more basic ones. They offer everything your loved one needs in terms of accommodation, food and care, but they may not have the same breadth of facilities. If your loved one is particularly active and loves outdoor sports and walking in a safe environment, a somewhat pricier option may be more suitable, as these usually have better facilities.

In addition, food is often better at more luxurious facilities, and this is reflected in the price. Expect larger rooms and good access to social events. In the top-end facilities, your loved one may have access to physical therapists, medical care around the clock, podiatrists and various other medical specialists.

Boutique assisted living facilities often fall in the middle range. These offer a range of options for your loved one, perhaps including gyms, plenty of social events and so on, but they don't have the same number of options as higher-end facilities.

When you work with our Seniorly Guides to find a home to love, this is always a free service for families. The Seniorly Guide is compensated directly from the community you eventually select in Portland.

Assisted Living vs. Other Types of Senior Care

No two assisted living communities are exactly the same. However, the same basic level of care is offered regardless of the assisted living property your loved one calls home. Other types of care facilities in the Portland area serve seniors with different needs:

  • In-home care: Nurses and other professionals provide basic health care and help in the home
  • Independent living: Ideal for active seniors, independent living offers some onsite amenities but is largely a community of active retired seniors
  • Short-term care: Created to help seniors recovering from illness or surgery get the care they need in a monitored environment rather than at home
  • Memory care: These facilities are designed to cater to seniors struggling with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia

Helpful Apps and Websites for Assisted Living in Portland

While most assisted living facilities strive to provide residents with everything they need to live a comfortable life, sometimes there are extra services available through mobile apps and websites that enhance quality of life in assisted living. From buying public transport tickets online to prescription deliveries, the following apps and websites are a few out of many that could prove very helpful:

  • TriMet Tickets: Get around on Portland's public transport system. Available for iPhoneand Android.
  • Metro Mobile Groomers: Keep four-legged friends looking good with fur trimming and nail clipping services that come to the customer
  • PDXPharmacy.com: This local Portland pharmacy offers traveling clinics, free drug consultations and prescription delivery so seniors don’t have to worry about basic medical needs or going out to pick up meds

These are just a few of the apps and websites available, so be sure to explore.

Resources for Caregivers in Portland

As the loved one of a senior family member, you probably give a lot of your time and energy to a senior parent or grandparent. You deserve some assistance yourself, whether that’s the support of those who understand what you’re going through or simple access to information that allows you to better care for your loved one. Here’s a handful of helpful caregiver resources in the Portland area:

  • Alzheimer’s Association: This nationwide group has an Oregon and SW Washington chapter serving both seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, as well as the loved ones caring for them.
  • Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon: You can find helpful information to coordinate in-home care for a senior loved one or even find adult day care services and care strategies to help relieve the stress of caring for a loved one.
  • Washington County, OR: This county-level government website offers Family Caregiver assistance, which includes paid respite services, access to medical equipment, support groups and one-on-one counseling.

Government Resources for Seniors in Portland

Local, county and state government organizations in Oregon support the needs of senior residents and their caregivers. Whether you need more information for yourself or for a loved one, the following government resources are at your fingertips in Portland:

  • City of Portland – Senior Adults: The city’s commissioner works with Elders In Action to empower senior adults in the city by improving quality of life factors for residents throughout the Portland area.
  • City of Portland – Parks & Recreation: The Parks & Rec department of the City of Portland operates senior recreation classes to educate seniors and help them stay active.
  • Multnomah County: The county’s Aging, Disability, and Veterans Services branch offices support both Portland seniors and their caregivers with information and community programs designed to promote health and wellbeing for all.

Portland Demographics

Portland is Oregon’s most populous city and ranks as the third-most-populous city in the Pacific Northwest region of North America, behind Seattle, Washington, and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The metropolitan Portland area consists of five counties in Oregon and two counties in neighboring Washington with a total population of 2.4 million. Overall the region’s population is predominantly white, with Caucasian people accounting for 72.2 percent of the population. Portland is one of the few cities in America with a greater percentage of people of Asian heritage (7.1 percent) than African-American (6.3 percent). Portland also has a Hispanic population that accounts for 9.4 percent of the overall population.

Portland Weather

Like many other cities in the Pacific Northwest, Portland’s weather is largely cool and mild. July and August have the highest temperatures, with an average of just 12 days each year climbing above 90 degrees and only 53 days above 80 degrees. On the other end of the spectrum, Portland generally enjoys mild winter temperatures. The area experiences just 26 days per year on average where the temperature dips below the freezing point. The vast majority of its off-season weather (118 days on average) sees lows around 40 degrees.

Transportation in and Around Portland

Air traffic in Portland is handled by Portland International Airport (PDX), which in turn is serviced by local taxis, buses and light rail. The city operates a Free Rail Zone in Downtown Portland which entitles riders to free rides on MAX Lines, the city’s light rail system. The local streetcars are also free in this sector of the city. The Free Rail Zone extends from Portland State University through downtown and across the river to The Rose Quarter. Tri-Met is in charge of administering the local light rail, heavy rail, streetcar and bus systems.

Fun Facts About Portland

Portland was named as the result of a coin toss. During this coin toss, one side represented Portland and the other, Boston.

There’s nothing better than enjoying local parks, but Portland has a strange sense of humor when it comes to the selection of some of its parks. Portland just happens to be home to the world’s smallest designated park. Mill’s End Park is located in the middle of an intersection and is a scant 2.5 feet in diameter.

Finally, beer lovers will enjoy Portland. The city is home to more microbreweries than anywhere else in the world.

Portland Hospital Information

Portland has a diverse healthcare system that covers all residents with basic care, trauma, urgent care and various medical specialties. Two of Oregon’s major hospital systems ranked nationally in the latest 2017-2018 US News and World Report ranking of hospitals in the country. The top healthcare provider in Oregon is the Portland-based Oregon Health & Science University, followed by Providence Portland Medical Center.

Assisted Living Community Ratings, Inspection Reports and User Reviews for Portland

The state of Oregon monitors the facilities and services offering senior care in the state, with separate licensing and inspection reports for long-term care and assisted living. These reports offer insight into the operation of various properties and quality performance of the staff.

Government reports are good, but user reviews often provide greater insight into day-to-day life at these properties. Users have the freedom to share their feelings on meals, accommodations, quality of services and performance of the staff. Yelp is a great place to start, but reviews are also available on Facebook, Google and other review sites.

Top 10 Questions to Ask While Touring Assisted Living Facilities in Portland

Of course, taking a tour is the best way to get some answers. When taking a tour, check out this list of questions, including the following:

  1. Can residents personalize rooms?
  2. Are bathrooms private or shared?
  3. How many meals are offered each day?
  4. Does the menu vary from day to day?
  5. What types of amenities are included onsite?
  6. What common spaces are available in the community?
  7. What is the staff turnover rate?
  8. Is there a registered nurse, licensed vocational nurse, or certified nursing assistant on staff? If so, how often?
  9. Are residents required to have renter's insurance?
  10. Are there any shared community animals, such as dogs, cats, birds, and fish?

Ultimately, this is just the start of your research into assisted living in Portland, Oregon, so ask questions, ask what your loved one wants and find the perfect assisted living option for their needs.