Heartwood Place Welcomes You!

Heartwood Place Memory Care, conveniently located in Woodburn, Oregon, values high-quality care and intentional customer service. Expect to be met by a wonderful team of staff, many of whom are bilingual, who put dignity and respect first. We hold certifications and licensing for memory care services in Oregon state and, in addition, offer excellent respite care services for you or your loved one. You will also discover that we have high retention among our leadership team and care staff. Our community feels like family and our facility feels like home.

Here at Heartwood Place, we empower residents to live as independently as possible. We offer a fabulous life enrichment program that includes Montessori-style, resident-driven activities. Our monthly activity calendar is also full of local entertainment, volunteer visits, and community outings. Plus, we balance group activities with intentional one-on-one time with every individual. Furthermore, our building was built from the ground up with an emphasis on memory care. Unlike refurbished or repurposed healthcare buildings, the layout and security of our facility were by design! Our building offers an open floor plan, private living spaces, and ample natural lighting. These features intentionally align with the health, safety, and lifestyle of our residents. We look forward to serving you or your loved ones.  Schedule a tour today or stop by so we can better get to know one another!


Heartwood Place Memory Care’s Monthly Educational Piece

Each month, we provide our community with a well-sourced article to edify our community of seniors and their families. Caring for loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease requires a team of trustworthy people and abundant support. Our hopes are to provide a piece of insight that may not have been needed yesterday but could be useful today! Ultimately, we want to offer seniors and their families support throughout the entire aging process.

This month, the focus is on a life without driving! Most of us have been driving since we were 15 (and for those farm kids, even younger!). It’s hard to have that sense of freedom and privilege taken away once one can no longer drive safely. The transition can be difficult – and we want to offer a few tips on how to make it smoother. This article focuses on the team effort and various resources seniors can tap into. It’s a 4-minute read, so buckle in and take what you need! 

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.