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- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Aging in Place
- Nurses on Staff
- Podiatrist Available
- Physical Therapy Available
- Occupational Therapy Available
- Speech Therapy Available
- Complimentary Transportation
- Activities Offsite
- Beauty & Barber Services
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Wheelchair Accessible Showers
- Hospice Available
- Respite Available
- Resident Parking Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
- Doctor on Call
- Nurse on Call
- Homecare Onsite
- Dentist Available
Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley and the town of the University of Oregon Fighting Ducks, residents at Sheldon Park enjoy colorful scenery, beautiful parks and college football games. Our dedicated licensed nurses and caregiver teams ensure every resident at Sheldon Park receives the highest quality personal care possible. Sacred Heart Medical Center and McKenzie-Willamette Hospital are close by and our community van is always available to take residents to doctor's appointments. Adult day care and respite services are available at Sheldon Park.
Sheldon Park offers a variety of activities and other services focused on maintaining the emotional and physical well-being of our residents. From walks on the private courtyard pathways to weekly outings including country drives and shopping trips, to Tai Chi and art classes, residents are taking advantage of the Life Enrichment options we have to offer.
Sheldon Park is located in Eugene, Oregon, a truly picturesque town along the beautiful Willamette River. The area is known for its shopping, farmer's markets and art-inspired neighborhood shops. Residents at Sheldon Park can enjoy services and amenities at the facility while also experiencing the scenery and activities of Eugene.
Everyday Life in Eugene, OR
- Population: Eugene is home to around 166,500 people, so it's a good size but not terribly crowded. The average age of people living in town is 34 years old.
- Walkability: Eugene scores a 45 on the walkability scale. Downtown shops are the easiest place to get around on foot. Activities further out may require a car. Eugene features several bike routes, as bicycling is a popular way to navigate the town.
- Weather: With summer highs in the 80s and winter lows in the 30s, Eugene offers a varied climate with seasonal changes. Rainfall is pretty common.
Scheduled transportation services are available to residents of Sheldon Park. Other options are available in the city.
- Bus: The Lane Transit District (LTD) runs a city bus throughout town. Residents age 65 or older may ride for free with an Honored Rider pass.
- Taxi: Several cab and car rental companies are available, including Sunshine Limo Service and Eugene Hybrid Taxi Cab, which is an environmentally friendly hybrid vehicle taxi company.
- Train: Eugene is also home to an Amtrak station, which provides rides all the way up to Vancouver, BC. Residents can take day trips to surrounding towns for shopping or just for the thrill and scenery. Tickets are offered at a lower rate for seniors over the age of 62.
For any health-care needs outside of the facility, residents have several options for medical care. Available providers include the following.
- Eugene Vet Center: Veterans can receive services from this local branch of the Veterans Health Administration.
- Sacred Heart Medical Center: This is a faith-based facility that provides both acute and routine medical care.
- Westmoreland Medical Clinic: A large group of primary care physicians and specialists serve this clinic.
- Santa Clara Medical Group: Here, residents can select from a range of primary care physicians.
- Eugene Urgent Care: Urgent medical issues that are not emergencies may be seen in this facility.
Sheldon Park encourages residents to stay active. Staff members assist residents with on-site activities, such as painting and gardening, and they also accompany seniors to citywide events. Eugene offers even more opportunities for senior residents to socialize and participate in recreational activities around town.
- Senior recreation programs: The City of Eugene offers a program with an extensive list of activities for socialization, health and fitness, and outdoor recreation to residents ages 50 and over. Services occur at three local community centers: Campbell Community Center, Petersen Barn Community Center and Amazon Community Center. River Road Park and Recreation is another popular facility, which features a pool and offers many classes for seniors.
- Cascades & Coast region: Eugene is situated in the perfect spot to experience both coastal areas and the beautiful Cascade Mountains. Featuring miles and miles of trails, outdoor adventures and sports, this area is paradise to outdoor enthusiasts. Residents can visit waterfalls or covered bridges while enjoying local fare and entertainment.
- Golf: Seniors can choose from several golf courses, including Laurelwood Golf Course and RiverRidge Golf Complex, both of which offer lower rates or discounts for seniors.
- Eugene Swim & Tennis Club: Active seniors may prefer spending time at the Swim & Tennis club, which offers fitness classes, summertime swimming, indoor tennis courts and social lounges.
Shopping and Dining
Sheldon Park offers some of the amenities of downtown living, such as an on-site hair salon and restaurant-style meals. However, residents may wish to venture out and explore all the wonderful marketplaces found in Eugene. Sheldon Park is located right next door to a Bi-Mart location, where residents can shop for a variety of goods and necessities. The surrounding area is home to many more shops.
- 5th Street Market: This popular destination features a huge assortment of unique shops, cafes and restaurants, along with a fountain and seated areas to unwind with a glass of wine or cup of coffee.
- The Shoppes at Gateway: A short drive from Eugene to Springfield brings you to this mall with several popular stores, restaurants and entertainment. Wheelchair rentals are available.
- Oakway Center: This giant collection of popular stores, restaurants and places to unwind is surrounded by the beauty of old oak trees.
- Valley River Center: Considered the largest shopping center in the area, Valley River Center features more than 130 popular stores and restaurants. This location offers a mall-walking program for fitness as well as complimentary scooters.
- Groceries: Residents who wish to purchase their own grocery items can visit WinCo Foods or Capella Market, or they may visit Natural Grocers for a selection of organic items. The area also has a Walmart and Super Walmart.
- Restaurants: A quick bite is available from numerous fast-food restaurants, like Burger King, McDonald's and Dunkin Donuts. Eugene also offers plenty of options for family-style, sit-down meals. Popular locations include Papa's Soul Food Kitchen & BBQ, featuring casual Cajun food, Cornbread Cafe, which offers home-style vegan food, and Board Restaurant, offering comfort food in a relaxed atmosphere.
- Movies: Take in a movie at a standard theatre like Regal Cinemas, or enjoy independent films at Bijou Art Cinemas. Residents can relax to a movie at home, too, as Sheldon Park has its own theater.
Eugene is home to people of many different religious denominations, and worship services are available to residents. Some of the closest locations to Sheldon Park facilities include Harvest Community Church, Saint George Greek Orthodox Church and Eugene Christian Fellowship.
Eugene, Oregon is a truly special place to live, and Sheldon Park helps residents live as independently as possible in this senior-friendly community. Residents can participate in as little or as much recreation as they would like in the clean air of the coast and mountains."