Dallas Retirement Village

225 NW Jasper Street
Dallas, Oregon 97338
USA
503-623-9211
Profile updated on: 11-19-2021
Year Established
1947 
Type of Retirement Community
CCRC/Life Plan 
Name of Parent Organization
Dallas Mennonite Retirement Community, Inc.  
Name of Management Company
Life Care Services  
Total Units
376-400  
Independent Living Units
176-200 
Tax Status
Not-for-Profit
Community Overview
The right kind of retirement, right where you want to be. When you visit Dallas Retirement Village, you’ll notice that it’s more than a typical senior living community. It’s a uniquely uplifting community where active older adults enjoy vibrant living, rewarding opportunities, exceptional hospitality, and great friendships. Better yet, this retirement community is conveniently located in the warm and welcoming town of Dallas, Oregon. So it instantly feels like home. That’s because it is home. 
Top Resident Hobbies/Interest
Residents interests are wide-ranging. The following were selected by staff as the top six among a large list of options.
  • Bird Watching
  • Playing Cards
  • Woodworking
  • Gardening
  • Lecture Series
  • Resident committees
 

Pets allowed?
Yes 
Pet restrictions
None 
Types of Residential Living Options Offered
Studio Apartments, Apartments, Townhomes/Duplexes (multi-story, connected), Houses (free-standing) 

Maximum Number of Bedrooms Offered
3 Bedrooms 
Maximum Number of Bathrooms Offered
2.5 Bathrooms 
Range of Floorplan Sizes
808 - 2,076 square feet
Basements/bonus rooms available with any residences?
No 
Any Current Expansion or Renovation Plans for Independent Living?
Dallas Retirement Village completed "Phase 2" of the Lodge Residences and Clubhouse the winter of 2021 - adding 29 additional apartment style homes, an indoor pool, fitness center, spa and roof top patio. 
Other Details about Independent Living
Rental and up-front fee options both available. Pet friendly. Preferred access to higher levels of care. 

Types of Residency Contracts Offered : learn
Fee for Service (Type C), Rental 
Refund Options (for entry fee contracts) : learn
Declining Balance Refund 
Entry Fee Refund Requirements:
Paid when a new entry fee is received for your residence. 
Range of Entry Fees- Single Occupancy
$218 - $487 
Range of Entry Fees- Double Occupancy
$218 - $487 
Range of Monthly Fees- Single Occupancy
$1,995 - $4,200 
Range of Monthly Fees- Double Occupancy
$2,627 - $4,988 

Pricing Note:  

Additional Note:
Typical reletting time frame is 60-90 days. 
Types of Assisted Living Residences Offered
Studio Apartments, Apartments 
Licensed Assisted Living/Personal Care Residences
61-70 
Maximum number of Assisted Living Bedrooms Offered
1 Bedroom 
Maximum number of Assisted Living Bathrooms Available
1 Bathroom 
Range of Assisted Living Floorplan Sizes
390 - 712 square feet
Is direct entry into assisted living allowed? Direct entry means that residents who are not currently residing in the community may enter directly into care at the then-current market rates for care.
Yes
Availability of In-Home Assisted Living Services?
  • Resident may hire in-home caregivers
 
Can residents hire their own in-home care in independent living?
Yes- if using an approved provider 
Additional Notes:
Pet friendly. Personalized care plans. Preferred access to higher levels of care are right on campus. Onsite long-term and short-term skilled care and outpatient rehabilitation. 
Number of licensed semi-private nursing care beds
61-70 
Number of licensed private nursing care beds
51-60 
Number of licensed memory care beds
11-20 
Is healthcare center/nursing care available on-site or off-site?
On-site 
Is direct entry into nursing/skilled care available?
Yes
Healthcare center licensing
Medicare Certified, Medicaid Certified
CMS Rating for Healthcare Center (as of profile date)
4 stars 
Type of Memory Care Availability
Memory care services delivered in skilled nursing, Separately licensed memory care units
Additional Notes:
Therapeutic resident kitchen. Hands on activities program. Music therapy. Secured outdoor garden and courtyard. 
Services and Amenities Offered
The services shown below may be included or available at an additional cost. Check with a member of the staff for details.
  • Unscheduled transportation
  • Beauty salon/barber shop
  • Fitness center
  • Movie theatre
  • Indoor pool
  • Extra storage space
  • Art studio
  • On-site physician
  • Woodworking shop
  • Chapel
  • Covered parking
  • Private garages
  • Guest rooms
  • Library
  • Gift shop
  • Assigned parking spot
  • Casual Dining (bistro/cafe)
  • Connected health devices/applications
  • Jacuzzi/hot tub
  • On-site fitness/wellness instructors
  • On-site healthcare center
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Walking/nature trails
Nearest Hospitals (Within a 15-mile radius)
West Valley Hospital, Salem Hospital 
Nearest Colleges or Universities (Within a 15-mile radius)
Western Oregon University, Williamette University 
Additional Notes
 
Glossary

Apartments

Unlike a studio apartment, this floorplan includes at least one-bedroom that is separate from the living area, and possibly multiple bedrooms. A full kitchen may also be available.

Assisted Living

State regulated facility offering supportive care to residents who are unable to live independently and require assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) including management of medications, bathing, dressing, toileting, ambulating and eating.

Contract Type (Residency Contract)

CCRCs offer a variety of contract types that define the costs and services related to the resident's agreement with the community. There are basically five contract types: Lifecare, Modified, Fee for Service, Rental, and Equity. A single community can offer more than one contract type. See below or get additional details on contract types here.

Cottages/Villas

Also referred to as patio homes, this housing option typically includes two or three single-story adjoining homes. Usually larger floorplans than an apartment.

Entry Fee

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs or “life plan communities'') often require an entry fee prior to occupancy. The entry fee may be refundable at some point in the future. Be sure to read the residency contract for details on refundable entry fees.

Equity Contract

This contract involves the actual purchase of real estate or a membership. The level of residential services and amenities included in monthly fees or membership dues will vary by community. The cost of assisted living or nursing care will also vary by community. An equity contract may provide some discount for assisted living or nursing care but others may be fee-for-service.

Fee for Service (Type C)

Residents transitioning from independent living to assisted living, memory care, or nursing care will begin paying the then-current market rate for those services. All other things equal, it offers the lowest entry fee compared to other entry fee arrangements. Communities with no entry fee, but a contractual obligation to provide healthcare are also considered Fee for Service for the purposes of these profiles.

Independent Living

Residents generally lead an independent or mostly independent lifestyle. Independent living is not licensed to provide assisted living or other types of care, although these services may be delivered as in-home care. There are no skilled nursing beds in independent living.

Licensed Provider

If a community is a part of a broader network of communities, the publicly used name of the CCRC may not be the same as the name of the licensed provider. The licensed provider is the entity that is actually licensed with the state to provide services, if state licensing is required.

Lifecare (Type A)

Residents transitioning from independent living to assisted living, memory care, or nursing care will continue paying the then-current rate for the independent living residence in which they were residing. Requires the highest entry fee relative to other entry fee arrangements. Monthly fees may increase for inflation adjustments or other operational reasons. With this type of contract a resident is essentially pre-paying for health-related services such as assisted living or nursing care that may be needed in the future.

Lifecare (with Equalized Rates)

Residents transitioning from independent living to assisted living, memory care, or nursing care will begin paying a monthly rate equal to the then-current rate of a pre-specified independent living residence, which is typically somewhere in between the lowest and highest priced residences. This means that some residents could pay more when they require care services and others could pay less, depending on what they were previously paying for their independent living residence.

Medicaid Certified

This means the community’s skilled nursing and assisted living facilities are Medicaid certified, and when applicable, accepts Medicaid reimbursements for residents who no longer have the financial means to pay for care themselves. Learn more about Medicaid eligibility.

Medicare-Certified

This means the community’s skilled nursing facility is Medicare certified, and when applicable, accepts Medicare reimbursements. Learn more about Medicare eligibility. Keep in mind that unlike Medicaid, Medicare does not cover non-medical care such as assisted living or custodial care if that is the only care required.

Medicare Nursing Home (CMS) Star Rating

In the case where the skilled nursing facility is Medicare-Certified then the Centers for Medicare Services (CMS) publishes a rating based on a five star rating scale, with five out of five being the best. Learn more about ratings. Learn more CMS star ratings.

Memory Care

A specialized type of care provided to those with varying degrees of dementia or Alzheimer’s. It may be provided in an assisted living community or nursing home. A more comprehensive approach may be found in a memory care facility, designed specifically for those with memory care needs.

Modified Contract (Type B)

Residents transitioning from independent living to assisted living, memory care, or nursing care will begin paying the then-current market rate for those services, less a discount. Alternatively- or additionally- residents may receive a certain number of service days in the healthcare center at no additional monthly charge, before they begin paying the market rate.

Parent Company

If the CCRC is owned by a larger organization, the parent company may have a different name than any of the individual communities that it owns or operates.

Private Pay

A healthcare center or assisted living facility that is private pay does not accept reimbursements from Medicare or Medicaid.

Rental Contract

There is no entry fee associated with this type of arrangement. Residential services, amenities, and care may sometimes be less available than an entry fee community. Residents under contract may not be provided guaranteed or priority access to assisted living and nursing care. As with a fee for service contract, the resident will pay for care at the full per diem cost.

Single-site / Multi-site

A community may be a stand-alone organization on a single-site, or may be owned by an organization that operates more than one community; i.e. multi-site.

Skilled Nursing Care

Aside from hospital care, this represents the highest level of care, which may be acute or long-term. The majority of individuals in skilled nursing require 24-hour nursing and/or medical care. In most cases, these properties are licensed for Medicaid and/or Medicare reimbursement, but some are private pay. Skilled Nursing Care facilities may include a minority of assisted living and/or Alzheimer's/dementia care.

Studio Apartments

A floorplan where the living room doubles as the single bedroom. Usually includes a small kitchen area. Smallest type of floorplan available within a retirement community and is more common in assisted living settings.

Townhomes/Duplexes

This housing option typically includes two or three multi-story adjoining homes. Usually larger floorplans than an apartment.

Third-party Manager

It is common practice for communities, including single-site facilities, to contract with a professional services firm to manage daily operations. The third-party manager will have a different name from the retirement community.

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Questions to Ask
In addition to the information provided in this report, the following questions may also be useful in your decision process. Also visit the learn section of our website to find out more about what to ask.
  1. Are you offering any assistance in helping prospective residents sell their homes or pay the entrance fee?
  2. Are there any additional contracts or refund options available which are not included in this profile?
  3. Is any portion of the entrance fee deductible for tax purposes? If so, what was the deductible amount in the most recent tax year for those who qualified?
  4. How can I be sure the community is well-managed financially, and prepared to meet all current and future obligations to residents?
  5. Is there a wait list? If so, how long, and for which units?
  6. Is there an active residents’ association? If so, how are they represented in terms of decisions made by the board/management/ownership?
  7. Do you have any plans for expansion or renovation? How is that to be financed and what impact will it have on current residents?
  8. What services are included in my base monthly fee? What services are available at an extra cost?