Frequently asked questions
Can I live here if I am under 62?
YES, We serve seniors and people with disabilities.
Do you allow pets?
Yes, dog or cat under 30 lbs with current monitoring of a vet. ( Pets must be cared for by resident.)
Does the apartment come furnished?
No, all apartments are unfurnished.
What are the amenities?
All rentals come with all utilities, Comcast Basic Cable, Public WIFI, 24 hr call system, organized Life Enrichment Program, free laundry facilities, three meals and snacks daily, and a health Program. Excludes telephone and private internet services or cable upgrades.
What is required in my housing application?
Housing applications are to be filled out and signed by the individual themselves, or by a Power of Attorney. Applicants will complete an Applicant Tenant Questionnaire, in this form any YES answer will require copies for the documents to be added to the application.
How do I obtain a copy of my Social Security Award Letter or Disability Eligibility Letter?
SSI Award Letter / Disability Award Letter can be obtained at the social security office in person same day, or over the phone for request to be mailed. Social Security office requires the person to communicate request personally.
Do I share an apartment?
No, we offer Studio and One Bedroom Apartments for private occupancy.
Do you have resident parking?
Yes, residents who own and operate a vehicle will have access to on property parking. Visitor parking is located on our campus in addition to street parking access.
Do you have Bus Transportation for medical appointments?
Willamette Manor does not directly provide medical transportation, instead we offer assistance with scheduling medical transportation to all residents by use of Medicaid Transport assistance or private pay medical transport.
What is assisted living?
“Assisted Living” is a special combination of housing and personalized services designed to respond to the individual needs of those who require help with activities of daily living and some intermittent health care needs. Residents are essentially healthy and do not require the skilled care provided in a nursing home.
Care is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in a way that promotes maximum independence and dignity for each resident and involves the resident’s family and friends. Each resident’s individual care needs are identified, and a service plan is implemented to support those needs. The plan is designed to enhance the independence of each resident. Residents are encouraged to do as much for themselves as they can.
Assisted Living programs are based on a social model of care rather than a medical model of care. This puts the resident at the center of the decision-making process.