Flagstone Senior Living The Dalles OR
At the Flagstone senior living community in the Dalles, OR, older adults can enjoy a life of luxury as they receive everything they need for an engaging retirement. With a wide variety of personal care services, wellness programs, and amenities the community is an exceptional place for people who want to live their lives to the fullest while receiving long-term care.
The community’s services are extensive, designed to help people with their daily activities. Retirement should be a time of relaxation, and the residence encourages this with their long-term care programs, letting residents focus on what really matters to them. Everyone is treated as an individual at Flagstone, thanks to the community’s person-centered approach to care. Staff members work with each resident one-on-one to identify their greatest needs, discuss their concerns, and learn their preferences so they can create individualized care plans.
Individualized care plans make it so no two people have the same care routine. People receive as much or as little care as they need, which may include services like:
- Personal care/assistance with daily activities
- Medication management
- Laundry and linen services
- Transportation to and from appointments
Residents are encouraged to engage with their community at Flagstone’s social events and activities. Every month, the residence posts its events calendar online so people can schedule their days accordingly. The community offers different events every day, designed to help residents interact with one another, make friends, learn new skills, and express themselves creatively. Most events happen on-campus, while others involve group outings to local sightseeing locations. Popular activities include:
- Ice cream socials
- Continuing education opportunities, like guest speakers and lectures
- Classic movie screenings
- Bingo and board game nights
- Casino outings
- Pet therapy
- Happy hours
- Live musical performances
- Devotional time and prayer groups
- Arts and crafts sessions
- Exercise programs and fitness classes
Incoming residents can choose from five floor plans when they move in. Flagstone offers studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments, each with their unique charm and personality. Studio apartments are reasonably sized, featuring one large living area that doubles as a bedroom instead of private sleeping quarters. One and two-bedroom apartments are larger, with the added privacy of dedicated sleeping spaces. All floor plans include:
- Closets with storage space
- Kitchenettes with full-sized refrigerators, counter space, and cabinets
- Large windows with exceptional views
- Private bathrooms
- Emergency call systems
- Cable television and internet hookups
Residents are welcome to prepare meals in their apartments, but many choose to dine at the community’s on-site restaurant. The restaurant offers three meals a day, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The staff prepares classic recipes and seasonal tastes like roast beef with garlic potatoes, teriyaki salmon with rice, and herb roasted pork chops for dinner guests to enjoy. Vegetarians, people who eat kosher, and people with food allergies may request meal substitutions as necessary to accommodate their special dietary needs.
In addition to Flagstone’s assisted living community, they offer a memory care program for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss. To learn more about Flagstone’s memory care community, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour.
Families who want to learn more about Flagstone’s personal care services, wellness programs, amenities, senior living apartments, and social activities can use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour. Touring the community gives guests a closer look at what it means to be a Flagstone resident, and the staff is happy to answer questions about their services and recreational programs. They can explain what sets Flagstone apart from other assisted living facilities and independent living communities in the area and help guests understand if the community is right for them. All guests may enjoy a complimentary meal in the dining room during their tour and can see the beautifully landscaped gardens outside. For more information, read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: How do I know if Flagstone is right for me?
When people need mild to moderate help with their eating, dressing, bathing, and other daily activities, retirement living communities (like Flagstone) can be an outstanding alternative to nursing homes for some people. Like nursing homes, Flagstone offers long-term care, but their programs do not include skilled nursing services for people with chronic illness or injury.
- Prospective residents can ask themselves a few simple questions to find out if Flagstone may be right for them:
- Is the person ambulatory, or are they confined to their bed?
- Does the person need ongoing medical attention for chronic illness or injury?
- Does the person have Alzheimer's disease, short-term memory loss, or dementia?
- Does the person need rehabilitation (speech therapy, physical therapy, etc.)?
To live at Flagstone, a person must be ambulatory. The community is not prepared to help people who are permanently confined to their beds and may not admit applicants who are bedridden. The same rules apply to people who need ongoing medical assistance - Flagstone is not licensed to provide long-term skilled nursing care and may not admit residents who require it on a daily basis.
People with Alzheimer's and dementia may consider Flagstone for long-term care, thanks to their non-medical Alzheimer's care services. Flagstone’s In the Moment® program considers each person’s individual needs, creating a care routine ideal for their dementia journey. The community is equipped for all stages of memory loss, giving people with Alzheimer’s disease a place to thrive as they navigate life with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
To learn more about Flagstone’s programs and services, prospective residents can use the links above to schedule a tour or make an inquiry.
Q: How do I know if Flagstone’s In the Moment Memory Care Program is right for me or my loved one?
Living with Alzheimer's and dementia can be challenging. It is important for people with memory impairments to find the right care programs so they can have a happy, fulfilling retirement. Flagstone’s In the Moment program makes living with Alzheimer’s and dementia easier for older adults, thanks to their outstanding memory care services, individualized care plans, and patient staff.
The staff work one-on-one with memory care residents to understand their needs, their concerns, and their preferences. Staff members engage with residents through structured activities, stimulating their minds and helping them learn to live with their symptoms. They are equipped to help people with mild to severe memory loss, including late-stage Alzheimer’s disease. However, their Alzheimer's care services are strictly non-medical and people who need skilled nursing care may not be a good fit for the memory care program.
To learn more about Flagstone’s exceptional memory care community and their Alzheimer's care services, use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour.
Q: Does Flagstone offer short-term care services for in-home care recipients?
Yes! When an in-home care recipient’s family caregiver is taking time away from their duties, the person can stay at Flagstone for up to 30 consecutive days, thanks to their respite care program. To learn more, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: How much does it cost to live at Flagstone?
There are no one-size-fits-all monthly fees for Flagstone residents. How much each person pays per month depends on their care requirements and the size of their apartment, with smaller apartments costing less than large units. The community charges a base rental fee that includes each person’s room and board, meals, and housekeeping. As residents need additional services, the community adds fees accordingly
To get a personalized price quote from Flagstone, use the “Get Pricing” tool above for a monthly cost estimate.
From The Owner
At Flagstone Senior Living, we don’t just help our residents, we also help their families by offering them the peace of mind that we’re taking care of their husband, wife, mother or father and treating them with the respect and dignity they deserve. To us, our community embodies so much more than independent living, assisted living or memory care services, it’s a culture of caring, empathy, and compassion. When it comes to our residents, the things that matter to us are the same things that matter to you. If you or a loved one are looking for a senior living community that puts care first, we’d love to meet you. Call us today to schedule a tour. Keep Reading