From the Provider
Life on your terms
Bonaventure is all about one thing: life on your terms. That's why so many people choose a Bonaventure community after they've looked at the other options. It's also why so many doctors, referral agencies, churches and others, not to mention 96% of our residents, enthusiastically recommend us to their friends and families.
We care about what home means to you. We're dedicated to giving you a caring, lively, comfortable, affordable place to make your home. We want it to be filled with family, fun, new experiences and exactly the amount of expert help and care you desire, from a little to a lot.
Enough with the philosophy, let's talk food! Our in-house chef makes your meals from scratch every day, they don’t come from a can. Our healthy and delicious food is often listed as a reason people make their homes here. It is so tasty, you'll be happy we have physical activities and easy fitness programs to keep you from putting on a few pounds! Don't just take our word for it; make us put our money where your mouth is. We invite you to come by for lunch or dinner. It's on us. You can meet new friends and get their opinion on our quality and service.
Whether you're going to the symphony or the supermarket, we're here for you. Compare our transportation options to the others and you'll see how easy we make it to stay on the go.
Freedom & Choice
Your home at Bonaventure offers you the choices you need to maintain your freedom, so you can enjoy life on your terms. Spend your days enjoying our sunny walking paths, well-stocked libraries and places to garden while relying on us for vital services like top-notch building security and advanced emergency call systems.
Begin the Adventure
Start something new and exciting in your life. There's no place like home, especially when it's your home at a Bonaventure Senior Living community. If we're right for you, you'll know it 10 minutes after you walk in the door. Come explore your next chapter
Reviews of Beaverton Hills By Bonaventure
Average Rating: based on 4 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of a resident
My mother-in-law is in Beaverton Hills Assisted Living. They have a good chef and their food is excellent. It's a typical but friendly environment. They have a gym and they do yoga as well.
I visited this facility
I was a little worried about the facility, since it seems to be tucked away behind a strip mall. My first impressions were confirmed when I went inside and saw the dismal furniture and lighting and was really dismayed by how run-down the place seemed. The residents seemed happy, and the staff was gracious and courteous, but I couldn't get over the smell. I'd want my mom to be somewhere I thought she'd be happy and this wasn't it.
I visited this facility
I like Beaverton Hills a lot. It was very neat, clean, and beautiful facility. They have a bus that will take you to your doctor's appointment, grocery shopping or anything that's connected with assisted living. You can have pets there they said it's not a problem. I have three little dachshunds. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the dining room or you can have a microwave and you can fix yourself something in your own little place.
The rooms were very nice with huge walk-in closets, everything carpeted, everything is virtually clean, and you can have your own furniture. They take my husband's VA and part of my social security to pay for it. Everybody there was very nice. The patients were smiling and waving at me. But I have no desire to go there yet, far away from Newberg because all of my doctors and everything are here. I had lunch there, the food was delicious. Dining room was huge with lots of windows to look out. I was extremely impressed.
I love the feeling I get whenever I visit this facility, it is always so bright and airy and cheerful. The facility seems like one of those places you could find happiness and comfort in for a lifetime. I love, love, love the interior architecture. When you are outside looking head-on to the building for the very first time, the exterior is nothing to write home about - it is plain and well... pretty dull, which gives you the feeling that the interior will mimic the exterior. But when I walked through the doors for the first time and entered that main corridor, I was very stunned by how beautiful the interior architecture was, it was really one of those "don't judge a book by it's cover" moments and I love those moments. The ceilings are sky-high with wooden beams and second-story railings running across, giving it a woodsy, wood cabin-type feel - very Oregon. There are windows lining the second story which allows natural light to "spill out" onto that entire corridor/lobby area and then on throughout the first floor. The chosen interior design colors are perfect and really correlate with that "woodland" type of architecture, with greens and tans and browns, the colors really add to the atmosphere by providing a sense of peacefulness and warmth. The interior design scheme as a whole is very "nature-based", very home-like. The rest of the facility is also beautiful and has that same woodsy theme running through it. On a side note: I really despise it when I walk in to a facility where every area has different design themes, different colors, where there is no rhyme or reason. Where it looks like they designed every room separately and then just threw them all together, crossed their fingers, and hoped for the best which I think is confusing and shows a lack of pride and creativity. So (back to Beaverton Hills) when I see a facility where the architecture, design, furnishings, accessories, etc. have been so well thought out and that blend together so perfectly, it really adds to my overall opinion of the facility.
I may not be an architect or an interior designer, but I am an advocate for residents and when I go in to a facility I look at EVERY aspect of that facility because, truthfully, every factor relates in someway to how well the residents are cared for and treated. The facility itself is a big factor, is it clean? well maintained? does it look like thought, work, sweat, and love were put in to the building and design of the facility? These are all important questions because if the facility itself is not cared for than how well are the residents being cared for? I am not saying that the facility needs to be a multi-million dollar, resort-style structure - on the contrary, the building can be 100 years old, but as long as I see that the owners/management/staff show pride in that building and that they keep up with the up-keep, then that is all I am looking for.
During my visits to Beaverton Hills I spend most of my time there chatting with the residents and family members/visitors that happen to be visiting the facility at that time. They usually have wonderful things to say about the staff and about the way the facility is ran. It is very rare that I hear a complaint or concern or anything negative, for the most part the residents all see very happy to be living there. Beaverton Hills has a lot going for them as a facility, one being that they are a Bonaventure community, so the care, the activities, programs, choices, opportunities, amenities, food service, etc. are all outstanding. Beaverton Hills may be their own facility, but they follow Bonaventure's lead as far as providing the residents with a facility where every feature within it is of the highest quality. Bonaventure's values and vision for Beaverton Hills and Beaverton Hills values and vision for themselves and their residents is really something to be proud of. The principles and ethics they show on a daily basis are one's that give the residents, their families, and people like myself the peace of mind in knowing that no matter what, through thick and thin, come hell or high water, the residents are and will continue to be the first priority.
If you are searching for independent and/or assisted living, then I highly recommend Beaverton Hills, I recommend everything about it. Don't be fooled by the simplicity you see when you pull in to the parking lot, because inside there is a exciting and very fulfilling future that awaits you or your loved one's.
Location of Beaverton Hills By Bonaventure
Features of Beaverton Hills By Bonaventure
- Year open: 2000
- Contact name: Lenora Winslow
- Ownership: Beaverton Hills Assisted Living Residence, LLC