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Assisted Living Facilities in Beaverton

Below is an online directory of some of the assisted living facilities you’ll find in Beaverton. These listings are included in an automated fashion so are likely to be incomplete and may contain some errors. For best results, contact us, and we’ll help you find the best assisted living solution for your needs.

Prestige Senior Living Beaverton Hills
4525 SW 99th Ave
Beaverton, OR 97005
Contact us to setup a tour: 503-567-7268.
Hearthstone of Beaverton
12520 SW Hart Rd
Beaverton, OR 97008
Contact us to setup a tour: 503-567-7268.
Edgewood Point Assisted Living
7733 SW Scholls Ferry Rd
Beaverton, OR 97008
Contact us to setup a tour: 503-567-7268.
Farmington Square
14420 SW Farmington Rd
Beaverton, OR 97005
Contact us to setup a tour: 503-567-7268.
Canfield Place
14570 SW Hart Rd
Beaverton, OR 97007
Contact us to setup a tour: 503-567-7268.
Brookdale Beaverton
16655 NW Walker Rd
Beaverton, OR 97006
Contact us to setup a tour: 503-567-7268.
Beaverton Lodge Retirement Residence
12900 SW 9th St
Beaverton, OR 97005
Contact us to setup a tour: 503-567-7268.
Memory Care
10880 SW Davies Rd
Beaverton, OR 97008
Contact us to setup a tour: 503-567-7268.

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Couple Moves to Assisted Living

Mr. and Mrs. F were living in their own home but finding it increasingly difficult to take care of themselves. Their daughter lived nearby but had a full-time job, and she came over and helped out on a daily basis. After working all day, she went to their house and cooked for them, helped them clean up, and gave them their medications. She hired in-home care, but Mrs. F did not want a caregiver in her home and resisted it. Their daughter was feeling burned out, and she called us for help in finding placement for her parents.

Move to Independent Living Community Brings Relief to Family

Move to Independent Living Community Brings Relief to Family

Fred and Mary lived next door to their son and daughter in law. As they aged their son and daughter in law started doing more and more around the house for them. It started with mowing the lawn and within a few years it had escalated to cleaning, shopping, laundry and bringing three meals a day as they noticed Fred and Mary were not cooking meals for themselves. The few times had tried cooking there were signs that it didn’t go well such as burned potholders on the stove, ovens left on all day and half eaten food on dirty plates in the sink…We met with the daughter in law who was exhausted from the stress of being a family caregiver. She didn’t know what to do but knew something needed to change and quickly. We talked about what Fred and Mary might need, what they would want in an ideal retirement living situation, where they would want to live and how much they could afford to pay. We decided the best option would be to live in an independent living community that had assisted living too. This would give them a place to move when their care needs became greater. We talked about options in the town in which they lived toured the ones that were of interest. We found the perfect room in a building in Beaverton in which many of their friends also lived.

Immediate Need for Assistance Hospital Requires Move to Assisted Living Prior to Discharge

Immediate Need for Assistance Hospital Requires Move to Assisted Living Prior to Discharge

Jane was a 93 year old lady who lived independently in her own home in Lake Oswego for 40+ years. She developed pneumonia in January which led to weakness and several falls. Her neighbors worried about her living alone but couldn’t convince her she should seek assistance. She was proud of her independence and didn’t want strangers in her home and definitely didn’t want to move to assisted living. A major fall and trip to the hospital convinced her neighbors something needed to be done. In addition, the hospital wanted to discharge her the next day and wouldn’t let her go home. The hospital gave the neighbors our name and phone number so they called us to ask for help finding her assistance…

Adult Foster Homes are private residences in which the proprietor is licensed by the state to have a maximum of five seniors live in the home. Each house has a private room and at least a half bath. life storyAdult Foster Homes are very experienced at caring for seniors and have experience with almost everything. They’re more like home, residents are treated like family and the ratio of caregivers to residents is really good—residents get a lot of attention. There are over one thousand adult foster homes in the Portland metropolitan area. We help narrow down the options. In addition we look at county and state records to see if there are substantiated complaints about the homes or other red flags that indicate it’s not an appropriate place for our clients.

Urgent Need for Memory Care after Hospital Stay Causes Family Caregiver Stress Don’t Wait for a Crisis to Make a Move!

Urgent Need for Memory Care after Hospital Stay Causes Family Caregiver Stress Don’t Wait for a Crisis to Make a Move!

A call came from the discharge planner at the hospital in Hillsboro. They had a patient that needed 24×7 supervision who couldn’t return to his home and needed to find a memory care facility as he was an “elopement risk” (they were worried he would walk out the front door and wander away). The hospital case manager wanted to discharge him as quickly as possible and asked us to help find him a room in memory care in Portland as it wasn’t safe to allow him to return home…

There were lots of signs he (and his wife) needed more assistance. The daughters had already decided the next time he was in the hospital would be the final straw, it would be time to move. While usually we can find the perfect place for him to move, this time every memory care building was full and most had a waiting list.
health decision
Our number one recommendation is don’t wait until there’s a crisis to make a move. When it’s a crisis you are stuck with what’s available and it may not be what you really want. The senior in crisis won’t get input on which place he/she wants, family will have to make all the decisions. They’re already feeling overwhelmed with all that’s going on with their loved ones and the pressure of making a quick decision to meet hospital discharge expectations is extremely stressful!

Affiliations & Certifications
Right Fit Senior Living Solutions is a member in good standing with the Senior Provider Information Network, Metropolitan Senior Network, and Oregon Senior Referral Agency Association where Sarah is the Vice-President. We are proud that Right Fit Senior Living Solutions has become a Platinum Certified SAGE Care Provider specializing in helping LGBT seniors.