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Reviews of The Springs at Wilsonville
October 08, 2017
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident
My friend is in The Springs at Wilsonville. It's wonderful, very clean, very neat, and they've got great staff. We've been observing that place for six years and it's been just outstanding the whole time. They have activities every day, like craft classes, music, and entertainment. They had the annual Hawaiian luau party just recently and Memorial Day barbecue. It's very good. We go there and eat with her about every three weeks. We've seen the food consistently over the last four years, and it's been good. They have a head chef who's doing a good job. The previous chefs have done a good job, too.
November 30, 2015
I am/was a resident of this facility
I am currently living at The Wilsonville Senior Living Community. So far, it's very good. I am happy here, and as a matter of fact, I have extended my stay. The staff is excellent. They have all kinds of activities for us. In regards to the quality of the food, I would say on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the highest, I would give it a 7. For everything else, I would rate them highly.
August 08, 2011
I visited this facility
This facility, which offers independent living, assisted living, and memory care, is located 20 miles south of Portland. The setting has a quiet suburban feel, with plenty of parking provided for visitors. The Wilsonville has an interesting history. It was started in the mid-1980s by two doctors and until recently, was privately owned. The founders wanted to provide a high level of care and not be concerned with profit; they were concerned that the medical needs of residents were not being addressed. One was looking for a facility in which to place his own mother. Although ownership has changed hands, the founding philosophy endures. It feels very calm when you enter, like a well-managed building, but it is a bit dark"”and winds around in a slightly confusing way. When you walk in, there is a foyer, where residents sit and gather"”and there is responsive staff nearby to direct visitors and answer questions. The facility is constructed so that there are lots of little areas where people can sit and talk; that part is done very nicely. There is a large living area where residents often congregate; they are not in their rooms. There is also a movie theatre and ice cream shop onsite, and the dining room is set in a formal style with linen. The staff members are responsive to family members and outside caregivers, and have an inordinate amount of compassion and interest in the residents and seem to know what's going on with each of them. They are sincere in wanting to help residents and to be sure they are receiving the right level of care. The LPN asks questions and has ideas to share about particulars of care. Another good sign: There is very low staff turnover. There is memory care on two levels: mild and severe, and unlike a lot of places, here it does work to give the residents apt and challenging activities if they are able. Outside of memory care, though, the activities are adequate; there are regularly scheduled offerings, nothing spectacular, although there is a men's group and a women's group. The food is very good"”and the bacon gets especially high reviews from the residents. The cost is reasonable for the quality of care provided.
About The Springs at Wilsonville
The Springs at Wilsonville is an assisted living facility in Wilsonville, OR that offers residents independent living options and daily support services.for more details on housing, services, and rates.
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