We are committed to your independence no matter where you live on campus. When you need help, our professional caregivers are available for an hour or weeks at a time. RN oversight of our wide range of home care services provides peace of mind to families, and makes it easier for residents to engage in the richness of life at Willamette View.
Willamette View Home Care is directed by Registered Nurses (RNs) who oversee medication management and our cadre of professional caregivers. Multiple levels of care are available in every campus setting:
- In independent living, our caregivers offer good company for a shopping trip, meal or matinee. They also can provide light housekeeping and help with your yard and pets.
- In our supported living environments, such as the Terrace, home care assistance with grooming, bathing and other daily tasks can keep you more independent, for longer.
- In the Health Center, where your medical needs are already being met, a caregiver can be a companion when family can’t be there—during a short stay after medical treatment or on a long-term basis.
- For spouses, if you’re in a situation where your loved one needs extra care, our caregivers can help.
Why Willamette View Home Care:
Highly trained and dedicated nurses are the core of our program, in charge of caregivers and always on call, with specific oversight for medical management and emerging health issues.
Our rigorous hiring process and extensive employee training mean that the caregiver you choose will be professional, friendly and eager to work with you and your family. All of our caregivers are Willamette View employees, all exceed minimum state training requirements and we never contract out your care.
Our award-winning Home Care Advocacy Program, overseen by our Registered Nursing staff, helps residents have successful interactions with their health care providers. Our professional caregivers accompany residents to medical appointments and into their exam rooms. They can relay concerns from your family, nurses and other providers to your doctor, and they can report back important medical information to your nurses and family—especially important if your family lives out of the area.
Flexible pricing means home care services can be purchased in 1-hour and 2- hour “a la carte” increments. For more involved needs, our caregivers can assist for longer and ongoing engagements.