Residents Thrive at Junction City Assisted Living

By Sonia Isotov

At Junction City Retirement and Assisted Living Community, residents enjoy an active, engaging lifestyle that promotes wellness and independence. Residents have many opportunities to participate in a variety of life-enriching activities and events designed to stimulate the mind, body, and soul.

From cocktail-hour gatherings where residents learn about the nuances of a good Pinot Noir to a discussion of the latest best seller in our Life-Long Learning series to exploring new ways to stay healthy in a fitness class…residents have come to expect the unexpected.

Junction City staff believe that Assisted Living is to be delivered in a dignified manner where privacy and choice are celebrated and practiced. Care delivery is done in resident apartment homes and may include personal hygiene, assistance with medication management, dressing, reminders, and other care needs or preferences. The Life Enrichment Coordinator will create opportunities for personal enjoyment but will also encourage your abilities and interests to thrive.

Junction City’s chef prepares delicious meals for their beautiful restaurant where residents can engage with neighbors and socialize. Residents can also host friends in their apartment home or at The Grille for a fantastic meal. Residents dine on Chef-prepared seasonal menus with fresh ingredients in a true restaurant setting with fabulous menus with daily specials and our local everyday menus.

Junction City’s team of dedicated and caring staff have expertise in retirement living, assisted living, and memory care. Wellness programs provide an opportunity to enhance the mind, body, and spirit. Other purpose-driven life-enrich programs are tailored to a variety of interests.

Retirement living activities include inspirational painting class, time in the garden, or even happy hour. Enjoy resort-style amenities at Junction City.

Junction City Retirement & Assisted Living Community
Location: 500 E 6th Avenue, Junction City, OR 97448
Phone: (541) 998-6060
Hours of Operations:

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