We moved into Cascade Manor 5 months ago, and we are very pleased with the facility, our new neighbors, and the peace of mind that comes from knowing that this continuous care community will provide the support that each of us may need in time. Giving up our home was difficult, but giving up the responsibilities of home and property ownership was not. During COVID we have experienced that residents here are as concerned for the health of everyone else as they are for their own. We are exploring several of the many stimulating programs on this campus, but we have also maintained the activities and commitments that we enjoy in the wider Eugene-Springfield area. One can be as engaged or as private as desired at Cascade Manor. Jim and Barbara Walker
My husband and I had been retired for ten years when we decided we needed a change from managing our big house and property. We chose Cascade Manor, and we're so glad we did. Once our bright, spacious apartment was freshly painted and new carpet installed, we were happy to move in. When covid shut down everything a few weeks later, we were impressed that the dining staff pivoted immediately to providing takeout meals we chose from an extensive menu, brought right to our door by cheerful dining room servers--with juice and coffee! Residents kept in touch with each other through Zoom, and we felt safe and protected in our new home. On-site clinics provided staff and residents alike with flu and covid vaccinations. Now that all our venues are open again, we enjoy seeing old friends and making new ones. My favorite activities are working in the library and chairing the dining committee, but there are many resident groups and committees to join, including art, music, facilities, council, health, safety, genealogy, gardens, language and reading groups, and many more. I'm not a pool and exercise type myself, but the tai chi and exercise groups are welcoming. I hadn't planned on being involved in so many committees, but it has been a fun way to stay in touch with our friends and new neighbors. Cascade Manor is a wonderful place to live.
My wife and I have lived at Cascade Manor for over two years. Moving here was one of the best decisions we have ever made. Our three bedroom, two bath home is comfortable, and well designed for living as we age. Our neighbors are wonderful. The community is welcoming and supportive and there are activities to meet all interests. The meals are excellent, however, one needs to sometimes say no to the desserts. We look forward to more years living at Cascade Manor
We live at Cascade Manor and LOVE it! Vibrant, engaged residents ranging in age from 63 to 103 make it a great place to be! Lots of activities and stimulating evening events keep the mind agile and engaged. Have been here 3 years and couldn't imagine a better place to live.
My wife and I have lived at Cascade Manor for eight years now. Our experience has been nothing but positive. Fellow residents all have had interesting vocational careers and it is a real joy to learn about the details in conversations during dining. Educational and recreational opportunities abound but one can also be less involved, if that is your desire. The food offerings are excellent, whether that is in the main dining room or the less formal bistro. I do not hesitate to recommend the Manor to friends and family.
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