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Located in beautiful Ontario, OR, Dorian Place offers everything a person needs to live their retirement to the fullest. Their tastefully decorated senior living community offers a homey, nurturing environment for people to gather with friends, learn new skills, and explore their identity during the third act of their life.
Dorian Place offers non-medical residential care for people who need mild to moderate assistance. Their caregivers help residents with their activities of daily living, provide weekly housekeeping, and help them manage their medications. Staff is available twenty-four hours a day, giving residents peace of mind that help is only a button-press away when they need it.
In addition to Dorian Place’s exceptional non-medical care services, their community amenities and wellness programs are a popular attraction for incoming assisted living residents. Staying active is important during a person’s retirement years, as is communicating with others, expressing creativity, and fostering close friendships. Dorian Place encourages residents to meet their fellow community members and pursue their hobbies by offering social activities, creative events, and learning opportunities on-campus. Their social events include:
Dorian Place offers communal meals in their stunning on-site restaurant three times daily. Residents gather in the dining room to enjoy delicious recipes and quality social interaction, keeping their minds and bodies healthy.
The dining room staff never prepare the same meal twice in a row. The community’s menu changes every month, offering seasonal favorites and new recipes so residents always have an ever-changing selection of meals to look forward to. Popular meals at Dorian Place include tangy pork roast, hamburger gravy over mashed potatoes and baked parmesan-crusted fish fillets. Substitutions are available by request for people with special dietary needs.
Although most assisted living residents are thrilled to eat in the on-site restaurant, each unit comes with a spacious kitchenette for people who want to prepare their own meals. In addition, each apartment comes with:
Incoming residents can choose from studio and one-bedroom floor plans. Studio apartments come with a large living area that doubles as a bedroom, making them a budget-friendly option for people who want to save money. One-bedroom floor plans are larger and cost more per month, but they offer additional storage space and a private bedroom. Both floor plans are reasonably-sized, making them excellent choices for people looking to downsize.
In addition to Dorian place’s long-term assisted living program, the community offers short-term, temporary respite care for people who need substitutes caregivers. Their respite care program offers the same non-medical services as assisted living for qualifying individuals for up to 30 consecutive days.
Dorian Place’s staff are what truly make the facility an excellent place to live and retire. Caregivers are respectful, compassionate, and responsive to each resident, treating each person according to their individual needs. They understand that everyone’s retirement journey is different and each person deserves comfort and dignity while they receive long-term care.
To learn more about Dorian Place, interested parties can use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour. Touring the community is the best way to understand what they have to offer, from their all-inclusive amenities to their spacious apartment homes. Each tour guest is welcome to enjoy a complimentary meal at the community during their stay, and the staff is happy to answer questions about the community’s long and short-term care programs.
Before considering an assisted living community like Dorian Place, there are a few questions prospective residents can ask themselves to find out if residential care is right for them:
Dorian Place, like many assisted living facilities, requires all applicants to be ambulatory for admission. The community is not a nursing home and is not equipped to help people who are permanently confined to their beds. For the person’s safety, the community may deny admission to anyone who is non-ambulatory.
People who require medical attention fall into the same category. As an assisted living community, Dorian Place is not licensed to provide ongoing medical assistance to people with chronic illness or injury. If a person’s symptoms can be managed with personal care, they may be admitted, but individuals who need continual skilled nursing care may not be well-suited at Dorian Place.
Unlike some assisted living facilities that have dementia care communities on-site, Dorian Place does not offer a special care program for people with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and short-term memory loss. Their staff can help families looking for Alzheimer’s care find a community in the area, but people with memory impairments Alzheimer's or dementia may not find the care they need at Dorian Place.
Yes! Residents are welcome to bring their furry friends with them when they move into Dorian Place, provided they meet the residence’s pet guidelines. Large or aggressive animals may not be admitted, but the community evaluates each pet on an individual basis. Most small, well-behaved pets are allowed, with a maximum of one pet per apartment.
To learn more about Dorian Place’s pet policy, use the link above to make an inquiry.
No. Dorian Place residents may live alone or with their spouse, but the community does not have a roommate program to match people with compatible roommates. To learn more about Dorian Place’s lifestyle options and residence rules, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Dorian Place is not a memory care community, and they do not offer a memory care program. Their senior care programs are tailored for older adults who need help with their activities of daily living, and may not be suitable for people with memory impairments, Alzheimer's and dementia. However, people living with Alzheimer's or dementia can speak with one of the community's care advisers to learn more about memory care services in the area.
Caregiving is an important job, but everyone needs to step away from his or her responsibilities on occasion. People who want temporary around-the-clock care while their caregiver is away can enroll in Dorian Place's respite care program. The community invites in-home care residents to stay in the community for up to 30 consecutive days, where compassionate staff can help them with their daily activities. Caregivers treat temporary residents with the same individualized care as long-term residents, creating a safe and comfortable home away from home.
At Dorian Place Assisted Living, we don’t just help our residents, we also help their families by offering them the peace of mind that we’re taking care of their husband, wife, mother or father and treating them with the respect and dignity they deserve. To us, our community embodies so much more than independent living, assisted living or memory care services, it’s a culture of caring, empathy, and compassion. When it comes to our residents, the things that matter to us are the same things that matter to you. If you or a loved one are looking for a senior living community that puts care first, we’d love to meet you. Call us today to schedule a tour. Keep Reading
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The staff at this community is very attentive to everything my dad needs. The management has addressed any concerns I've had and alway keep me updated on his condition. The building is always clean. I'm very pleased with it. I think everyone does a very good job here.
There is a lot of stuff that they offer for the people who are there. The staff communicate with me if something is wrong or if I have a problem. They are good about calling and communicating with me to get stuff fixed. There is always somebody there. For a big community, they do the best they can. I'm appreciateive of the girls, the nurses, and management. My dad was a hard man to get along with. A lot of the staff would call me when there was a concern because of the fact that he wouldn't let them in the room or he would tell them to get out. They were always trying to be on top of it if they saw something was out of the ordinary. I think they did the best they could with the situation. The caretakers are good with my mom. She is wheelchair bound and they get her up and get her dressed. They're pretty good about it all.
At the community I'd say the quality of the food is pretty good. They have a lot of activities but my mother does not partake in them. Maintenance is good, we haven't had any problems. The staff team appears to be accessible and responsive.
My mom is very comfortable. The food is great for her. Whenever anything needs repair, the maintenance staff is very responsive. The nurse is very good. She is helpful and responsive. The caregivers are very caring and have a lot of common sense. The lady at the beauty salon is wonderful and goes and gets my mom and does her hair. She likes it there which is the most important thing for me.
I think it's excellent here, I like it. I have already recommended it. I just love everybody here, and the staff has all been good to me. I think the food is excellent. I get a variety. I get anything I want. If I don’t like what's on the menu I can just go to the window and order some more. We have a lot of activities around here. And on holidays we have barbecues, things like that. The transportation is good; they get me rides when I need it. I love all of the caregivers, they're excellent. When I need them, they're there. I'm very satisfied here.
I have recommended it to a few people already and in Ontario, it's still the best place. They have a lot of activities and my mom participates in a lot of them. They have good structure, do them very well and also try and include the most people they can. The housekeeping has been great. Besides dealing with her particular-ness, they help her with various things she asks for help with. The hallways never stink and it's kept clean. It was good for the time it was needed.
They seem to be doing everything they can to make my husband comfortable. The care services are really good. They check in on him at night and stuff to make sure he's doing okay. They take his blood pressure which is good. If there is a problem, they'll let me know. I'm glad that they do that. They have good food and good activities, even though he is not one to participate. The building maintenance is fine. I think they do well there.
It's been a good experience and we have already suggested that people go there. Management does a really good job. My mother-in-law likes the food and she enjoys the salad at lunch. She does go to church on Wednesdays and Sundays so she appreciates transportation as well as the music that they bring in. Housekeeping is excellent; they do a really great job. Maintenance is really good. Tim does a great job and he is always willing to come and help out. The healthcare staff is really good. They pay attention and they look after her.
I have a loved one that lives at the community and I think it is all okay. The management and dining have been okay for the most part. They seem to play a lot of games and different things. I know I hear him talking about them talking about the different games often. Maintenance is okay too. I think it would be an okay place for anyone.
The management is all very helpful and the ladies that run the place are very patient and were able to explain any questions we had. The service in dining is very kind and gives my father options to eat from the privacy of his own room. They have a lot of activities and options on different days. Housekeeping is great and they're so good about coming on schedule. The building has a great scent and you just know it's going to be a good experience.
I really like Dorian, and I'm glad that my brother is in a good, safe place. I believe the nursing staff is really good. They are always contacting me and keeping me up to date on things. They'll call me if the medications change or if they have an issue with something. They are always keeping me posted, and I really appreciate that. I believe the services there are great.
Since my mother has been there, everything is great. I think the activities are well planned. The maintenance man does a fantastic job and does anything you ask. He is great. I think the caregivers are respectful.
I think the management staff are doing the best they can with what they have to work with. They have a good housekeeper, and she does a good job with everybody. The caregivers do a goob job, and also the medtechs. The maintenance is very good, I think that Tim does a good job. I think they do a good job with the activities that they have. Overall, I think everything is good here.
FamilyAssets looked at 4 reviews and calculated that Dorian Place Assisted Living has a weighted rating of 3.997 which makes it the #1 ranked community within 25 miles of Ontario, Oregon.
Dorian Place Assisted Living is ranked 1 out of 3 total assisted living communities in the city of Ontario, 1 out of 4 communities within 20 mile radius and 134 out of 412 communities within the state of Oregon.
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4.70 average score on other platforms from 3 total reviews
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