Timberwood Court

2875 Southeast 14th Avenue Albany OR 97321

866-465-5993

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At Timberwood Court, our goal is to provide the highest quality of life for each of our residents while providing peace of mind for the family. Our Life Engagement activities are designed to meet the needs of each resident. Activities flow throughout each day to promote cognitive, sensory, creative and physical skills.

The neighborhood is quiet. Family-oriented, warm and relaxed is describes the atmosphere perfectly. The ambiance embraces the small town values of Albany, Oregon which is located in the mid-Willamette Valley. Just minutes away are Samaritan Albany General Hospital, Heritage Mall, museums and antique shops. The beautiful historic downtown is rich with pioneer history and charm. Historians have credited Albany with having the most variety of historic buildings in Oregon.

It only takes one look at the beautifully landscaped courtyards, cozy rooms and elegant decor to know this is a great place to call home. Our staff is dedicated to our life engagement philosophy of the social, psychological, spiritual and physical well being of every individual. We offer a Respite Program which provides the caregiver or family an opportunity for a break. Life is meant to be lived and enjoyed at Timberwood Court. You truly can have it all!

Pricing at Timberwood Court

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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 Timberwood Court

3.8 of 5 Average rating
20 Reviews
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(11) A Place For Mom
(9) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Horrible Experience For My Mom

    This review doesn't even deserve 1-star. This place was absolutely the worst! We were told that our mom would be well taken care here and it was completely the opposite. She suffers from dementia and can’t remember anything. The staff there didn’t ensure she took her medications and were nowhere to be found when needed. A week after we admitted her, we came to visit and as soon as we entered the lock down area of the facilities we found my mom laying down, shivering on a small bench in the middle of the hallway with no one attending to her. We then went into her room that she was assigned, her bag and belongings were missing and staff wasn’t aware of its location. They later found it while we were there sitting behind a coach in the common area. We had previously asked if they could provide her with a blanket until we could return with one, which they agreed to, but upon arrival had never provided. We then reached out to talk with the med tech about her prescriptions, but she was nowhere to be found constantly going on smoke breaks. When she did return, we had to follow her around the facilities to get answers because she didn’t take the time to stop and talk to us. The staff that was feeding them while there would just throw down their food in front of them and seemed put out when asked what they were eating. It gets worse, when leaving one night after visiting, we found the staff changing tenants there with the windows open so anyone could see in, unbelievable. My mom was in this place for only 2 weeks, only long enough until we could find another facility. Upon talking to management when she left, they admitted that their staff needed more training and they were going “have a talk with them”. When asked if they could provide a discount for such a poor experience for my mom, the manager said they would ask their board and was told no. So not only did we get charged a non-refundable deposit during move in, my mom was also charged for her 2 weeks there and another 30 days after departure per their terms. In all, the incredibly terrible experience cost her over $10,000.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Horrible Experience For My Mom

    This review doesn't even deserve 1-star. This place was absolutely the worst! We were told that our mom would be well taken care here and it was completely the opposite. She suffers from dementia and can’t remember anything. The staff there didn’t ensure she took her medications and were nowhere to be found when needed. A week after we admitted her, we came to visit and as soon as we entered the lock down area of the facilities we found my mom laying down, shivering on a small bench in the middle of the hallway with no one attending to her. We then went into her room that she was assigned, her bag and belongings were missing and staff wasn’t aware of its location. They later found it while we were there sitting behind a coach in the common area. We had previously asked if they could provide her with a blanket until we could return with one, which they agreed to, but upon arrival had never provided. We then reached out to talk with the med tech about her prescriptions, but she was nowhere to be found constantly going on smoke breaks. When she did return, we had to follow her around the facilities to get answers because she didn’t take the time to stop and talk to us. The staff that was feeding them while there would just throw down their food in front of them and seemed put out when asked what they were eating. It gets worse, when leaving one night after visiting, we found the staff changing tenants there with the windows open so anyone could see in, unbelievable. My mom was in this place for only 2 weeks, only long enough until we could find another facility. Upon talking to management when she left, they admitted that their staff needed more training and they were going “have a talk with them”. When asked if they could provide a discount for such a poor experience for my mom, the manager said they would ask their board and was told no. So not only did we get charged a non-refundable deposit during move in, my mom was also charged for her 2 weeks there and another 30 days after departure per their terms. In all, the incredibly terrible experience cost her over $10,000.

  • Horrible Experience and Facility

    This review doesn't even deserve 1-star. This place was absolutely the worst! We were told that our mom would be well taken care here and it was completely the opposite. She suffers from dementia and can’t remember anything. The staff there didn’t ensure she took her medications and were nowhere to be found when needed. A week after we admitted her, we came to visit and as soon as we entered the lock down area of the facilities we found my mom laying down, shivering on a small bench in the middle of the hallway with no one attending to her. We then went into her room that she was assigned, her bag and belongings were missing and staff wasn’t aware of its location. They later found it while we were there sitting behind a coach in the common area. We had previously asked if they could provide her with a blanket until we could return with one, which they agreed to, but upon arrival had never provided. We then reached out to talk with the med tech about her prescriptions, but she was nowhere to be found constantly going on smoke breaks. When she did return, we had to follow her around the facilities to get answers because she didn’t take the time to stop and talk to us. The staff that was feeding them while there would just throw down their food in front of them and seemed put out when asked what they were eating. It gets worse, when leaving one night after visiting, we found the staff changing tenants there with the windows open so anyone could see in, unbelievable. My mom was in this place for only 2 weeks, only long enough until we could find another facility. Upon talking to management when she left, they admitted that their staff needed more training and they were going “have a talk with them”. When asked if they could provide a discount for such a poor experience for my mom, the manager said they would ask their board and was told no. So not only did we get charged a non-refundable deposit during move in, my mom was also charged for her 2 weeks there and another 30 days after departure per their terms. In all, the incredibly terrible experience cost her over $10,000.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Horrible Experience and Facility

    This review doesn't even deserve 1-star. This place was absolutely the worst! We were told that our mom would be well taken care here and it was completely the opposite. She suffers from dementia and can’t remember anything. The staff there didn’t ensure she took her medications and were nowhere to be found when needed. A week after we admitted her, we came to visit and as soon as we entered the lock down area of the facilities we found my mom laying down, shivering on a small bench in the middle of the hallway with no one attending to her. We then went into her room that she was assigned, her bag and belongings were missing and staff wasn’t aware of its location. They later found it while we were there sitting behind a coach in the common area. We had previously asked if they could provide her with a blanket until we could return with one, which they agreed to, but upon arrival had never provided. We then reached out to talk with the med tech about her prescriptions, but she was nowhere to be found constantly going on smoke breaks. When she did return, we had to follow her around the facilities to get answers because she didn’t take the time to stop and talk to us. The staff that was feeding them while there would just throw down their food in front of them and seemed put out when asked what they were eating. It gets worse, when leaving one night after visiting, we found the staff changing tenants there with the windows open so anyone could see in, unbelievable. My mom was in this place for only 2 weeks, only long enough until we could find another facility. Upon talking to management when she left, they admitted that their staff needed more training and they were going “have a talk with them”. When asked if they could provide a discount for such a poor experience for my mom, the manager said they would ask their board and was told no. So not only did we get charged a non-refundable deposit during move in, my mom was also charged for her 2 weeks there and another 30 days after departure per their terms. In all, the incredibly terrible experience cost her over $10,000.

  • Review of Timberwood Court

    I would highly recommend Timberwood Court to anyone looking for a place for their loved one. The whole process from admission to move in was helpful during a hard time in our life. Everyone there has been wonderful and residents are treated with respect. I visit daily and see the care they get.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Review of Timberwood Court

    I would highly recommend Timberwood Court to anyone looking for a place for their loved one. The whole process from admission to move in was helpful during a hard time in our life. Everyone there has been wonderful and residents are treated with respect. I visit daily and see the care they get.

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    • Timberwood Court Amenities

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