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Page Reviewed / Updated – December 22, 2022

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Corvallis, home to Oregon State University, is in the foothills of Oregon’s Coast Range on the western edge of the Willamette Valley, one of the nation’s most productive agricultural regions. It has tree-lined streets, a charming downtown, and many farms, forests and wineries. Health care options in Corvallis include Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center and The Corvallis Clinic

Older adults aged 65 and over make up approximately 12.9% of Corvallis’s overall population of a little less than 60,000 citizens. Although this is less than the national average of 16.8%, the percentage is affected by the city’s large college student population. Retirees who appreciate opportunities for lifelong learning can audit many courses for free here, and the university hosts a wide range of cultural and community events for all ages. The cost of living in Corvallis is lower than in other Oregon communities, making it appealing to budget-conscious seniors. 

Assisted living in Corvallis costs an average of $4,485 per month, according to Genworth’s 2021 Cost of Care Survey. Although this is around the same as the national average, it’s about $500 lower than Oregon’s statewide median. 

We’ve created a top 10 list of the best assisted living facilities in and around Corvallis; see if any are right for you. 

Prestige Senior Living West Hills

Prestige Senior Living West Hills offers studio apartments and companion suites that residents are welcome to share with their small pets. Units are equipped with cable and kitchenettes. The restaurant-style dining room serves three meals daily plus snacks and beverages throughout the day, and residents are also welcome to request room service. The talented culinary staff accommodates a variety of dietary needs and preferences, such as low-fat, low-salt and diabetic diets. Guests are welcome to join their loved ones for meals, and there is an on-site guest suite for overnights.

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Stoneybrook Assisted Living

Floor plans at Stoneybrook Assisted Living include studio and one-bedroom units with kitchenettes, 24-hour emergency call systems, vaulted ceilings and individual climate controls. On-site activities include yoga, Wii Sports, resident-led clubs, activity and discussion groups, arts and crafts and gardening. There is a full-service beauty salon/barbershop on-site where residents can have their hair cut and styled, a spa and a well-stocked library with a variety of reading material.

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Regency Park Place at Corvallis

Regency Park Place at Corvallis is a pet-friendly facility that offers one-level living, eliminating the need to use elevators or steps. Studio and one-bedroom units equipped with cable and spacious bathrooms are available. The restaurant-style dining room's farm-to-table menu—sourced from Oregon's lush Willamette Valley—made this community a top pick. We also appreciated the availability of pet therapy for people who find comfort in the company of animals.

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Conifer House

Conifer House made our top 10 list for many reasons, but its use of 21st-century technology to improve staff communication and provide real-time access to each resident's care plan impressed us. With a resident capacity of 40, Conifer House is smaller than most of the facilities on our list; this allows for a more intimate environment while having a large enough community so that everyone can find compatible activity partners and friends. As the oldest assisted living facility in Corvallis, Conifer House is well-integrated with the larger community.

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Timberhill Place

We liked the à la carte approach to personal care that Timberhill Place uses, which allows residents and their families to custom-create their own care plans based on their needs and preferences. It's located directly across the street from the Osborn Aquatic Center, providing easy access to warm water workouts and therapeutic exercise classes. This facility promotes plenty of engagement with others in Corvallis, such as visits from children, athletes from Oregon State University and guest speakers from the community.

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Corvallis Caring Place

Corvallis Caring Place offers pet-friendly, universally accessible studio and one-bedroom units with wheelchair-accessible bathrooms featuring walk-in showers, lots of closet space and large windows designed to let in plenty of natural light. The activity calendar includes chair tai chi, movie matinees, shopping trips, art projects, afternoon walks and communion. Staff reevaluates service plans on a regular basis to accommodate the changing needs of residents as they grow older.

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Meadow Lark's signature True North Programs are designed to promote whole-person health and happiness among older adults and include opportunities for community engagement, cognitive exercise and multisensory stimulation. We liked that along with studio and one-bedroom apartments, Meadowlark offers standalone cottages for residents who appreciate a bit more privacy. Scheduled transportation is available for shopping trips, recreational activities, medical and dental appointments and general errands such as going to the bank or pharmacy.

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The Oaks at Lebanon

The Oaks at Lebanon was included on our top 10 list because of the unique array of fun things to do on its activity calendar. Residents can enjoy a favorite beverage during a moonlight cocktail hour, jazz up their wardrobe during a group tie-dye event, show their fun side on Crazy Hat Day and revisit one of the classic tastes of their youth at a root beer float party. Resident-led clubs and groups provide opportunities for seniors to explore specific interests and activities. Rather than group monthly celebrations, individual birthday parties are held for each resident.

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Willamette Manor

Willamette Manor's homelike atmosphere, dining room menu with healthy options and comfort foods and raised outdoor gardening beds where residents can grow flowers, herbs and vegetables are highlights. There is also an outdoor kitchen for cookouts, with a covered area for al fresco dining, and plenty of comfortable outdoor seating areas scattered throughout the attractive landscaped grounds.

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Brookdale Geary Street

Brookdale Geary Street features an elegant dining room, and a look at the menu revealed a range of entrées, beverages and decadent desserts. The facility's Signature Seasoning program allows residents complete control over the amount of sodium in their food, and those who are limiting fat and calories can look for the Optimum Life Cuisine symbol on menu items. A private dining room with full catering services is available for personal celebrations with family and friends.

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  • Ionized air purification system in common areas
  • Parlor with fireplace and piano