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Oregon Assisted Living

If your parent or loved one requires assisted living in Oregon There is a number of residences all over The Beaver State that can offer the service and healthcare needed . Common services involves help with prescriptions and meals as well as grooming, dressing and using the bathroom. Assisted Living Center provides you three choices for choosing the perfect Oregon assisted living community near you. Select any of the OR cities below, use our 800 number, or use the search tool to the right find communities in Oregon by zip code. Oregon assisted living is a community that has independent, apartment style units that houses at least six seniors or adults with disabilities. All facilities need have around the clock care and meet all needs of the including Activities of Daily Living (ADL's). The central goal of these homes is to provide seniors with a certain level of independence, choice, and also maintain a certain level of dignity. Assisted living in Oregon can have units that are for individuals or shared between residents. A residential care community has two levels of licenses, Class I, and Class II. If a senior resident needs complete assistance with one daily task a Class II license is required.

Assisted Living in Oregon by City

We have over 320 Oregon assisted living homes in our directory. Search for assisted living close to you with the city links below. The home profiles supply thorough information on comforts, programs, fees, and more. You can also filter your results by zip code with the Assisted Living Facility Finder tool to the right of of this page or have us to do the work for you and call 888-857-0838.

Oregon Assisted Living Cost

Monthly assisted living costs in Oregon can range from $1,200 to $3,900, and average cost in Oregon is about $2,400. The cost of Oregon assisted living can also vary subject to what the senior requires. Many Oregon communities also charge a one-time move in fee. It's also important to consider that costs can go up as more services are added to the monthly fees. Many communities also charge a one-time move in fee. It's also important to consider that costs can go up as more services are added to the monthly fees.

OR Assisted Living Associations & Resources

Oregon Health Care Association (OHCA)
Oregon Dept of Aging and People with Disabilities