Brookdale Troutdale

1201 Southwest Cherry Park Road Troutdale OR 97060

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A place that is familiar and comforting, just like home.

Our Alzheimer’s and dementia care community in Troutdale, Oregon, also known as Clare Bridge, is rooted in “a person-centered approach”. It means we help our residents find a sense of belonging and purpose while also helping them preserve who they are. Where state-of-the-art care meets a passion for painting, residents stay engaged with a gentle daily structure of planned activities to help them maintain their abilities and encourage the use of their current skills. 

Here are some examples of daily programs at our community:
•Music
•Puzzles and brain games
•Dancing
•Fitness classes
•Bowling
•Cards
•Art classes in our arts and crafts studio
•Gardening
•Devotional services?

Surrounded by your favorite things and people who love you – that’s home.  Our apartments have lots of window light and you and your family have a choice of two floorplan options and all apartments include private bathrooms. We help our families make our residents’ apartments familiar and comfortable with a move-in guide and a suggested list of what to bring.

Studies show close relationships play an integral role in aging well. That’s why we help our residents stay connected with innovative technology. InTouch at Brookdale brings the outside world in with an intuitively designed touch-screen computer. With easy to use picture screen prompts, our residents with physical or cognitive limitations can launch a virtual world of discovery. 

Our Clare Bridge environments feature areas of the community that are set up for safe engagement in gardening, kitchen work, handyman help, and other household and normal daily tasks. Life skills activities provide a sense of purpose, meaning and belonging as residents complete tasks related to everyday life. 

Along with our programming, you’ll have peace of mind knowing there is trained staff on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

The first thing you may notice when entering a Clare Bridge community is that the doors to the outside remain locked 24 hours a day. Associates have the code to all exit doors, but it is not released to family members, vendors, physicians or any other visitors to the community except in states where we are required to. You will find doorbells at both the entrance and the exit, so you can alert associates when you need to come in and go out.

Pricing at Brookdale Troutdale

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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Semi-Private
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.

Reviews of Brookdale Troutdale

3.7 of 5 Average rating
35 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(19) A Place For Mom
(16) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Not recommended

    Nice looking community, friendly staff, short staffed unfortunately, rude director, too expensive, money grabber! Unless you’re rich, find another home for your loved one

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Not recommended

    Nice looking community, friendly staff, short staffed unfortunately, rude director, too expensive, money grabber! Unless you’re rich, find another home for your loved one

  • DO NOT RECOMMEND

    Don’t send your relatives to live here!! staff are overworked due to always short staffing, the director is very unprofessional and all about the money. Every little service costs money, hundreds for toileting assistance, like I said its all about the money! Heard too many bad characteristics about the director, do not trust sending your family here, I would never recommend!

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    DO NOT RECOMMEND

    Don’t send your relatives to live here!! staff are overworked due to always short staffing, the director is very unprofessional and all about the money. Every little service costs money, hundreds for toileting assistance, like I said its all about the money! Heard too many bad characteristics about the director, do not trust sending your family here, I would never recommend!

  • Find your loved one a better place

    am managing care from one state over because of the court system. I chose this home after some bad experiences in my search because it had the bells and whistles that looked good to me from the outside. Now that I understand, let me explain. There are about 70 ppl in only 2 wings. Barely any supervision. It looks cute and kind of like San Francisco, but that's just to lure the person paying the bills. The hallways get me lost, much less my grandma. The residents are left to their own devices. Ask them what the resident to aide ratio is. I didn't. DO NOT place your loved one here. The manager [name removed] covers and lies. It started with her telling me my grandma "has a boyfriend". An employee cornered me to say "I'll probably get fired for telling you this, but this man has harassed 2 other women who were moved to the other wing. Your grandma was fine before this". He was taking her walker saying "No wife of mine uses a walker" That's just a summary. I have had 2 care conferences in 2 years. Both, [name removed] scheduled and then failed to call. I called both times. She was in other meetings both times. To make the care conferences happen, I had to send a salty email both times. About 3 months ago, I entered my grandma's room with my own key to it. Upon entering, I saw another woman and all of her things in the room. I asked the staff WTH? They did not know what to say. I emailed [name removed] and she told me that we had a conversation about this and that I agreed to moving my grandma to the other wing. THIS DIDN'T HAPPEN. I would not just agree to move my grandma without reason. It confuses them and they do not adjust well. My grandma has dementia, I do not. Months in, my grandma still cannot find her room. When you visit, they will not give family codes to the door. You are stuck inside there until Brookdale lets you out. This is how you really see how few staff are there. When you want to go home, it's hard to find someone after 4 to let you out. Plus, WTH? Why are family member being locked in? I can't have codes to the inner or the outside leading doors. At the end of the day, my grandma is neglected, her baths aren't happening, she has resident-to-resident altercations, because of lack of supervision , etc. Long story, I'm taking my loved one out. Please head my warning. I know exactly which Brookdale I'm reviewing. I know which location. It's Brookdale Troutdale. I'm not reviewing a different location by mistake. Find a better home. Your loved one deserves better than Brookdale Troutdale.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Find your loved one a better place

    am managing care from one state over because of the court system. I chose this home after some bad experiences in my search because it had the bells and whistles that looked good to me from the outside. Now that I understand, let me explain. There are about 70 ppl in only 2 wings. Barely any supervision. It looks cute and kind of like San Francisco, but that's just to lure the person paying the bills. The hallways get me lost, much less my grandma. The residents are left to their own devices. Ask them what the resident to aide ratio is. I didn't. DO NOT place your loved one here. The manager [name removed] covers and lies. It started with her telling me my grandma "has a boyfriend". An employee cornered me to say "I'll probably get fired for telling you this, but this man has harassed 2 other women who were moved to the other wing. Your grandma was fine before this". He was taking her walker saying "No wife of mine uses a walker" That's just a summary. I have had 2 care conferences in 2 years. Both, [name removed] scheduled and then failed to call. I called both times. She was in other meetings both times. To make the care conferences happen, I had to send a salty email both times. About 3 months ago, I entered my grandma's room with my own key to it. Upon entering, I saw another woman and all of her things in the room. I asked the staff WTH? They did not know what to say. I emailed [name removed] and she told me that we had a conversation about this and that I agreed to moving my grandma to the other wing. THIS DIDN'T HAPPEN. I would not just agree to move my grandma without reason. It confuses them and they do not adjust well. My grandma has dementia, I do not. Months in, my grandma still cannot find her room. When you visit, they will not give family codes to the door. You are stuck inside there until Brookdale lets you out. This is how you really see how few staff are there. When you want to go home, it's hard to find someone after 4 to let you out. Plus, WTH? Why are family member being locked in? I can't have codes to the inner or the outside leading doors. At the end of the day, my grandma is neglected, her baths aren't happening, she has resident-to-resident altercations, because of lack of supervision , etc. Long story, I'm taking my loved one out. Please head my warning. I know exactly which Brookdale I'm reviewing. I know which location. It's Brookdale Troutdale. I'm not reviewing a different location by mistake. Find a better home. Your loved one deserves better than Brookdale Troutdale.

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      • Meals Provided
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      • Devotional Services Onsite

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