Located on the shore of Lake Erie, Oregon is a suburb of Toledo. It’s home to around 20,000 people,and almost 21% of the population is aged 65 and over. Oregon’s low cost of living and mild winters make it an attractive option for many retirees, and as part of Toledo, residents have access to all the big city’s amenities and plenty of recreational opportunities. Oregon’s Pearson Park is a perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors, while art lovers can explore galleries such as the Toledo Museum of Art.
Assisted living facilities help seniors who need some assistance with daily tasks, such as housekeeping, personal care and meals. It’s a good option for seniors who can’t live independently but don’t need the medical care available in nursing homes. Assisted living in Oregon costs an average of $4,779 per month, which is slightly higher than both the Ohio and national averages.
This guide provides seniors with an overview of assisted living in Oregon, including in-depth information about the average costs for care. It also looks at the benefits and drawbacks of retiring to Oregon and lists some of the resources available to seniors in the city.