Expert Senior Living Advisors from A Place for Mom can help direct you to Independent Living communities. Together, we will find the perfect fit for your loved one, and we will provide direction and support as needed. We partner with 6 Independent Living communities in Ocean Park and the surrounding area, so there are many options to choose from. A Place for Mom is the largest senior living referral service in North America, and we can help you make a good choice at no cost to you.
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21608 O Lane, Ocean Park, WA 98640
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Golden Sands Senior Living provides independent and assisted living services and is the only senior living community in the Long Beach and Ocean Park communities. We are conveniently located in Ocean Park and are adjacent to the senior center and Family Health Centers. Our community offers...
999 Klaskanine Avenue, Astoria, OR 97103
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Astor Place is an assisted living community located in beautiful Astoria Oregon. We are located on the east side of town just one mile west of Shively Park. We provide transportation services so that residents can enjoy all of Astoria's natural beauty as well as the attractions and festivals. ...
1020 Catala Avenue Southeast, Ocean Shores, WA 98569
Exploring Redefined IndependenceSometimes, building your best life takes big steps. For our assisted living residents, it looks like taking a big step forward. Join our vibrant community and you say goodbye to chores, home maintenance, and even cooking. Instead, you replace them with a community...
101 Forest Dr, Seaside, OR 97138
Suzanne Elise is an assisted living community designed to free up your time so you can enjoy life to its fullest. We offer a thoughtful array of services implemented with you in mind. Our community is built upon independence, privacy, respect, loving care and a sense of family. Suzanne Elise...
20 N Wahanna Road, Seaside, OR 97138
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Neawanna By The Sea is an independent and assisted living community in Seaside, Oregon. Seaside is a scenic coastal town with plenty of recreational and cultural opportunities. Attracting visitors from all over the country, Seaside is a popular retirement destination where residents enjoy walking...
2500 S Roosevelt Dr, Seaside, OR 97138
Avamere at Seaside, a place to call home.Where our goal is to give you more time to pursue the activities you love. The atmosphere is warm and relaxed. The ambiance embraces the uniqueness of the local culture.At Avamere at Seaside, our month-to-month rent, without buy-in fees or long-term...
For many seniors, the financial burden of home ownership and the upkeep of daily tasks and chores might be a deterrent to an independent life. Independent Living Communities offer a good remedy to this situation. Daily needs such as the scheduling of social activities and meal planning are taken care of, allowing seniors more opportunities to live life as they see fit. Along with their daily needs being met, residents can enjoy the opportunity to be among peers, in a community with others of similar age groups and backgrounds. Typically comprised of a private living area and a full kitchen, these communities offer homes with many of the amenities of apartment life but with none of the hassle. Guests can be invited over and entertained, and there will be more time to spend with them with the basic maintenance of daily chores out of the way. While policies vary between locations, a number of residences allow pets as well. If medical or nursing assistance is desired, residents may always enlist the services of independent care providers. There are a number of benefits and expenses to keep in mind when choosing an independent living community. It is important to determine if these services are included in the service plan: parking, laundry, utilities, initial assessment fee, field trips, private phone, Waiting list deposit, and meals. The amenities that pertain to independent living include restaurant-style dining hall, laundry service, security guards, private rental hall, game/TV room, healthcare center, concierge services, and fitness center & swimming pool.
The location in which a care community is based will have a huge influence on the cost of care. Cost of living is a big influence when choosing which care choice is best for your family. Ocean Park has a median home value of about $188,248 and the median cost of rent is around $460 per month per month. The rent burden for Ocean Park is around 20.4% of the average person’s monthly income.
In Ocean Park, 20.4% of the citizens are veterans of the United States military. The total population of Ocean Park consists of 1,782 people. Ocean Park has a population density of 227 people per square mile. Demographically, Ocean Park is 0.8% Hispanic, 1.2% Asian, 0.0% Native American, 0.0% other or not specified, 95.7% white, 3.1% mixed race, 0.0% black, and 0.0% Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian. Of the population of Ocean Park 23.0% have a college degree, 9.8% have a graduate degree, and 30.1% have a high-school diploma. Out of the total city population, 52.5% are female and 47.5% are male. The median age of Ocean Park is 62 years old. In Ocean Park, 38.4% have some form of disability, 5.8% are widows, 23.7% participate in the labor force, and 2.0% do not have health insurance.
There are 104 general hospitals and 216 health centers that provide care for 7,647,384 Washington residents. The top three hospitals in the state are considered to be Providence St Mary Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center, and Multicare Valley Hospital. Washington is ranked 1st in quality of life and 4th in healthcare. The state of Washington has a cost of living index of 109.5 where a score of 100 is the national average, and anything above 100 is considered more expensive than the average. The state has a grocery index rating of 107.8 and a housing index rating of 117.8. The natural beauty of Washington is ranked 14th in the nation.
Thirty percent of Washington residents regularly attend a religious service from one of the state’s 6,114 different congregations. The top three Christian denominations in the state are Evangelical Protestant-25%, Mainline Protestant-13%, and Historically Black Protestant-2%. The top three non-Christian denominations in the state are Jewish-<1%, Muslim-<1%, and Buddhist-<1%. In Washington there are 291 masonic lodges. The state of Washington ranks 19th in the country for diversity, and the state is considered LGBTQ friendly. The median age in the state is 38, and 28% of the population is over the age of 55. During the latest presidential election, 37% voted for the Republican candidate while 53% voted for the Democratic candidate.
On average, Washington has an air quality index rating of around 32.4 AQI. The highest seasonal air quality index rating occurs in the month of August with a rating of 77.2 AQI. During the winter, the average temperature in Washington drops to around 35F. During the winter, the average high temperature peaks at around 53F during the month of February. The average low temperature during the winter drops to around 14F in the month of December. The average temperature in the summer rises to around 65F. The average high summer temperature is around 92F in the month of July. The average low summer temperature is around 40F in the month of June. On average, the state receives 3.15 inches of precipitation a month. The most precipitation occurs in November with an average of 18.94 inches of precipitation a month. On average, the humidity rating for Washington is around 71%. The highest monthly average humidity rating is 88% in the month of December. While residents of Washington mostly enjoy pleasant conditions, it’s important to be aware of inclement weather as well, which in Washington can include earthquakes (moderate), earthquakes (high), and floods.
The state of Washington has a diverse array of plant and animal life. Local plant life can consist of nootka rose, pacific yew, douglas maple, and buckthorn. While venturing throughout the state, you might see animals such as the roosevelt elk, the snowshoe hare, the olympic marmot, or the shrew-mole. The state animal of Washington is the olympic marmot.
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