Heartwood Place Welcomes You!

Heartwood Place Memory Care, located in Woodburn, Oregon, values high-quality care and intentional customer service. Visitors and residents are met by a wonderful team of staff who put dignity and respect first. A bonus?  Our team is largely bilingual.  Whether you are looking for short term respite care or a long term home, our community feels like family and our facility feels like home. Schedule a tour today or stop by so we can connect!

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to meet each resident’s individual needs while maintaining the highest level of choice, dignity, privacy, and respect, all in a small-town setting. We provide a home-like experience and understanding for both residents and staff.


Join our Support Group, every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 3 pm! (Click here for more information)

Heartwood Place Memory Care’s Monthly Educational Piece

Each month, we provide our community with a well-sourced article with intentions of educating the elderly community and their families.  Caring for loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s requires a team of trustworthy people and abundant support. Offering a senior education piece may provide a piece of insight you or your loved one needs today that they didn’t need yesterday! Ultimately, we want to offer seniors and their families support throughout the entire aging process.

Stress Management For Caregivers:

A professor shares an important lesson to her students.  She enters the class and asks the absolute weight of the glass of water in her hand.  The class responds with various answers, ranging from 8 oz. to 20 oz.  After a few guesses, she shares the following: “This was a trick question.  It  doesn’t really matter how much it weighs, but how long I hold it.  The stresses and worries of life are much like this glass of water… Hold them for a short while, and it’s not very noticeable.  The longer you hold them, the more noticeable and painful the weight becomes… Be mindful in putting down the glass, or letting go of stress, and taking breaks.”  There are three great tips to prevent caregiver stress and burn out in this article.  Enjoy the read and take what you need! (Article provided by Dailycaring.com)