So here’s the deal. We look at life as a partnership. To get the most out of life, you have responsibilities to yourself and to others. What you are capable of gets bigger, the broader your network. The scope of your life expands with the other lives you touch. Yes, DEFINITELY sometimes it’s work, sometimes it’s play – all of it is growth.
Rose Villa is about the power of community. We really do think the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Even more important, you never know exactly how it’s going to turn out! Life is exciting. And we are IN IT 100%.
Our partnership with you means you can customize the home you live in, use our large and varied number of gathering spaces to pursue your interests and passions, partake in any of the wide array of classes, seminars, performances, or workshops you like, simply spend time in your garden plot in our two-acre community garden, or hang out on our rooftop deck drinking coffee and reading….we’ve designed our community to support the life you want to live, whatever it may be.
And your partnership with us means we expect you to really bring it! An honest all-in attitude, a collaborative approach, genuine curiosity and respect. This is what makes our community something special. It makes it a place you will find true friends, colleagues, kindred spirits, and fellow daredevils.
Who wouldn’t want a full, rich, authentic life?
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The April 23, 2017 edition of The Oregonian featured an article in print and also online, which serves to shed light on the information found on the Oregon Department of Human Services website regarding long-term care facilities. Rose Villa’s Intermediate Care Facility (ICF), Madrona Grove, is regulated by the State of Oregon as well as the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Rose Villa is a 5-star community, which reflects excellence in our annual health and fire inspections (conducted by Oregon State Surveyors and reported to CMS), staffing levels, and quality of care. We fully support the goals of transparency and consumer access to meaningful information. The information compiled by the Oregonian about Rose Villa's record is largely based on self-reports and weights only the number of reports without regard for scope or severity of each instance. We stand by the quality of care and quality of life we afford to the residents who call Rose Villa home.Read More
SAGE asked two providers why SAGECare matters.
Hear from Rose Villa CEO Vassar Byrd, here. Scroll to page 7 for article.
Partners Edwin Fisher, 86, and Patrick Mizelle, 64, moved to Rose Villa in Portland, Oregon, from from Georgia about three years ago. Fisher and Mizelle worried residents of senior living communities in Georgia wouldn’t accept their gay lifestyle. (Anna Gorman/KHN)
Learn more about their story here.
The theater company wins because Rose Villa’s new Performing Arts Center provides the community theater group with a new venue, said Marchant, NCP’s artistic director.
Rose Villa wins because its residents don’t have to drive to Portland to see plays and musical productions, said Rose Villa CEO Byrd.
And the entire community wins because everyone is welcome to come to Rose Villa, park for free, have a meal, and walk to the theater to see a production.
Learn more about the partnership here.
Food and Beverage Director, Steven Brower, shares his knowledge regarding food sustainability and safety when sourcing food locally.
Read Sustaining the Bottom Line by Dana Moran of FoodService Director Magazine
Portland is #5 on the list and Rose Villa fits the bill. Writer Charlene Oldham quotes Rose Villa's CEO Vassar:
“Oregon is a ‘come-as-you-are’ state where you can carve out the life you want to live. We embrace quirky and consider it one of our greatest attributes.” “Our world-class wine region, beautiful mountains, easy ocean access and lack of sales tax make Oregon a compelling place to retire.”Read More
Balancing Quality of Life with Safety and Risk
Vassar Byrd, Rose Villa CEO, will join a panel of professionals at the Wellspring Conference center on January 11, 2016. Presented by Making Oregon Vital for Elders, the group will explore a variety of perspectives related to maintaining resident independence while ensuring their safety. The group will also discuss innovative ways providers achieve balance with independence and safety.Read More
Research has shown that, for years, the name ‘Continuing Care Retirement Community’ has given people a misleading impression of what communities like Rose Villa are. While, as a community which offers a continuum of care and are certainly are proud of our healthcare services, we offer so much more, and being a Life Plan Community helps us communicate that.
We have large residential homes with full-size appliances and all the amenities found in new homes today. More importantly, we offer fitness and wellness programs, fine dining, creative enrichment programs, socializing opportunities, and much, much more. And of course, we still take care of all the home maintenance, housekeeping, yard work and snow shoveling!
People that move to communities like Rose Villa tend to be planners, people who like to know they’ve made the decisions they need to make to ensure they have a solid plan in place for their future. A Life Plan Community provides just what you need. It allows “planning” and “living” to merge. Having a plan in place—the security of the safety net provided by the availability of healthcare, coupled with the freedom from not having to manage all the day-to-day tasks that come with homeownership—allows for living life to the fullest.
This is an important decision. We encourage people to become fully educated about the various options that are available to them when searching for a Life Plan Community (aka Continuing Care Retirement Community).
This checklist is a guide to information we discuss at your personal appointment when you visit Rose Villa. This is a useful tool for you to use to develop questions. Contact us today to set up your tour!