Willamette View News

Willamette View emphasizes wellness for residents and employees alike

Last fall, the nonprofit Willamette View senior living community that is also becoming known as a "Life Plan Community" received one of the Portland Business Journal's prestigious Healthiest Employers of Oregon awards. And with good reason. There's an on-site primary care…

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Willamette View residents living with purpose during life’s third (and most exciting) phase

The people at Willamette View senior living community can hardly be accused of heading out to pasture in their retirement years. Contrary to the popular notion that seniors sit around lounging, Willamette View's residents are living with purpose during this third – and…

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Prospective residents can sample Willamette View before moving in

One of the places on their list of prospective retirement destinations was Willamette View senior living community, the original age-in-place retirement community in Portland. Now celebrating its 60th year, Willamette View has garnered a reputation for being the "it" place for…

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Willamette View To Celebrate 60 Years Of Innovations In Senior Living

Nestled among 27 acres and featuring spectacular Willamette River vistas sits Willamette View. This nationally accredited, cutting-edge not-for-profit senior living community is hardly new on the scene. As the first continuing care retirement community in the Portland metro area,…

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Creating a New Life at Willamette View

Richard and Sandra Helmick, newly-retired university professors living in Corvallis, didn't think they were ready to move to a senior living community. But Willamette View proved too compelling to pass up. It all came down to Room 110-S. Richard Helmick, an accomplished visual…

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Former Corvallis Minister Finds New Rhythm at Willamette View

Robert C.A. Moore-better known as "RCA"-spent four memorable years in Corvallis, where he was the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship's first minister. He remembers well the feeling of close-knit community, the sense that people knew their neighbors and sought to treat each other…

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