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Assisted Living OAK HARBOR, WA



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Assisted Living Facilities in OAK HARBOR, WA


165 SW 6TH AVE, OAK HARBOR, Washington 98277

Island County

License #: 1839

Capacity: 70 people

Phone #: (360) 679-1400


100 E WHIDBEY AVE, OAK HARBOR, Washington 98277

Island County

License #: 894

Capacity: 32 people

Phone #: (360) 675-2569


1040 SW KIMBALL DRIVE, OAK HARBOR, Washington 98277

Island County

License #: 1739

Capacity: 73 people

Phone #: (360) 279-0933


1045 SW KIMBALL DR, OAK HARBOR, Washington 98277

Island County

License #: 1738

Capacity: 41 people

Phone #: (360) 279-0933

Oak Harbor, Washington Assisted Living for Seniors

As people age, they may find assisted living facilities in Oak Harbor as an attractive option to live in when they no longer have to deal with the hassles of full time 8-5 jobs. This makes sense, as the communities offer round the clock care while focusing on maintaining or improving happiness and health of the residents in addition to providing appealing home-like environments. The communities also strengthen family bonds by allowing the occupant’s relatives to visit any time they want.

There are numerous positive outcomes for families visiting older adults at Oak Harbor senior living facilities. One of them is the fact that it can lessen the feeling of abandonment. Some seniors may feel like their loved ones neglect them when they move away from their houses and start living in the communities. Visits reassure seniors that family members still love and care for them. When their loved ones hold a conversation about current topics, daily lives and their interests, it can stimulate the elderly mentally which may end up boosting emotional health as well. Taking walks and participating in other fun activities with seniors can keep the residents busy.

There are times when older adults in assisted living communities in Oak Harbor may have challenges when it comes to translating their needs to caregivers. When family members are around, they may evaluate the type of care that the older adult receives to know if they are receiving proper care or whether the staff needs to make any adjustments to ensure that the occupants are having the time of their lives. provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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