Brookdale McMinnville City Center is an exceptional northwest Oregon retirement community providing Assisted Living and Alzheimer’s and Dementia Memory Care options. We serve seniors and their families from McMinnville, Dayton, Whiteson, Lafayette, St. Joseph and other surrounding towns and neighborhoods southwest of Portland.
Brookdale McMinnville City Center is nestled within a park-like setting in a residential neighborhood, but conveniently close to shops, coffee houses, a movie theater, post office, banks, drug stores, restaurants, and antique shops. We have easy access to Pacific Highway 99 West, the surrounding wine country, the Pacific coast, and Portland, just 35 miles away. We also enjoy the security of having McMinnville Hospital, Willamette Valley Medical Center, and Providence Hospital nearby.
We are regarded as a premier senior care community in the Willamette Valley region because of the relationships we form with families who entrust us with the well-being of their loved ones.
We offer two categories of care:
Assisted Living is for seniors who need a little help with mobility and daily tasks from trained caregivers while enjoying the convenience of resort services and the privacy of their own apartment. Assisted Living offers residents the specific type of personalized aid they need to make their lives easier and healthier, while enabling them to live as independently as possible.
Our state-of-the-art memory care program, the Clare Bridge Program, employs the latest research as well as the knowledge base and experience of Brookdale, the largest provider of Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care in the nation. Our programs can help your loved one maintain their mental functions and enjoy the satisfaction and dignity of daily moments of success.
The senior in your life doesn’t have to choose between independence or assistance. Unlike a nursing home, Brookdale McMinnville City Center is a community of apartment homes where they can have both — the independence of a private home, plus whatever type of supportive aid they need to perform daily tasks and maintain health.
If you remember your bygone days in a college dormitory or at summer camp, you recall the fun of living with people your own age who shared your interests and life experiences. You sat together in the cafeteria or living room, where you could play card games, board games, tell stories, share secrets and talk for hours. At Brookdale McMinnville City Center, we recreate that fun communal experience of living with a family of friends.
Our community is owned and operated by Brookdale, the nation’s largest provider of senior living solutions. We are the number one leader in retirement hospitality and care because our associates connect with our residents, “adopt” them as our grandparents, and enrich their lives every day.
At Brookdale McMinnville City Center, we assist our residents in body and mind with two care options:
We learn resident personalities before a resident moves into their Brookdale home, and our staff meets with their family to learn about their loved one’s life history, daily routines, and particular likes and dislikes.
We tailor individualized plans based on each resident’s needs and preferences, and we design a Personalized Service Plan that can include the following services:
When vacancies are available, we offer short-term respite stays for Assisted Living guests so that family caregivers like you can enjoy a much-needed rest, or leave town for a business trip or vacation while your loved one receives pampered care.
Brookdale is the nation’s largest provider of Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care. In addition to aiding seniors with physical challenges, our senior living community also offers care for residents impaired by symptoms of early, middle, or late stages of Alzheimer’s or Dementia, utilizing the latest research, technology and treatment programs. Your loved one’s distress can be alleviated by the unique features of our Memory Care program.
Although the Clare Bridge program has established more than a quarter-century of success, it continues to evolve by incorporating the latest research for the care of thousands of Brookdale residents across the country who are overcoming symptoms of dementia. In small “Cluster Groups” each resident is surrounded by others with the same cognitive abilities, to give them a feeling of fitting in. They participate in easy Daily Path activities that foster everyday successes and build feelings of accomplishment and competence.
We select a minimum of six activities per day, tailored to match each resident’s previous life interests, and scheduled to give our residents a gentle daily structure, seven days a week, in a routine that gives them a sense of security.
The Clare Bridge Dining Program was designed by a team of Alzheimer’s Care professionals, including a gerontologist specializing in dementia care, a chef, and a registered dietician. It offers:
We’d love for you to come visit to see what we can provide for you. Call today or click on Contact Us and let us know how we can help you.