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Finding the right type of care for a loved one can be challenging. This website has links to local providers that are experts in senior care, whether it is for at home care, an adult foster home, or a residential care facility. RN -owned care services will provide you with a free assessment to help you determine your best options for the best housing choices and care.

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Senior Care.com !

Chances are that maybe you are middle age and seeking senior care choices and housing for your mother and/or father.

You are not alone. Suddenly, almost overnight, we are witnessing a surge in senior care needs and choices, changes in legislation, medicare, social security, long term care, and housing concerns. The recent and ongoing worldwide financial crisis is affecting choices and resources that are needed for important decisions in your family regarding senior care.

We are here to help. As a senior care resource here in Salem Oregon, we set up this website so that you can have links to local resources as well as a few articles on the process of searching for senior care; what questions to ask, and what types of care are available.

This website is being set up as a starting point for your search for senior care options in Salem Oregon.

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New Assisted Living Center Completed in Northeast Salem

An award winning assisted living provider, Sweet Bye N Bye Inc., located in Northeast Salem, has just opened its second residential care facility.   The community opened on April 1, 2014. This facility is new construction, and has 30 private rooms, with private baths. Amenities include salon, homemade meals, free hi speed Internet,  private courtyard, theater style living room, nurse call, and excellent resident care.

The new 30-bed facility is located l adjacent to Sweet Bye N Bye's existing 16-bed residential care facility that was established in 2008.  The locations are 2520, and 2480 Coral Ave NE, Salem Oregon 97305.

Sweet Bye N Bye Inc. has been providing licensed adult foster homes and residential care in Salem Oregon since 2004.. They set high standards in all aspects of care from medical to personal attention, activities, and quality of life for their residents. Their facilities boast the highest caregiver to resident ratios, and highest RN coverage.  Their five foster care homes are located in residential neighborhoods.
Sweet Bye N Bye is locally owned and managed by Angela
Estrada, R.N. and Robert Estrada, RN.  They have won numerous awards in the senior living industry and recently had a zero deficiency survey from the State of Oregon which is indicative of excellence in resident care.   
Future plans include a remodel and conversion of the 16 bed residential care facility into a memory care facility to provide assisted living exclusively for Alzheimer’s and dementia residents.  

The senior living construction project was awarded to Star Builders LLC, based in Keizer, Oregon.


Sweet Bye N Bye Inc. is offering a free R.N. assessment for families seeking senior housing options in the Salem area. A FREE RN ASSESSMENT will allow you to evaluate the best solutions for care based on a combination of medical and personal needs, lifestyle preferences, family needs, transportation needs and access to medical facilities.

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Did you know?

  • In July 2003, 35.9 million people were aged 65 and older in the United States, or 12 percent of the total population. Among the older population, 18.3 million people were aged 65 to 74, 12.9 million were aged 75 to 84, and 4.7 million were 85 and older.- US Census Data

  • The U.S. older population grew rapidly for most of the 20th century, from 3.1 million in 1900 to 35.0 million in 2000. Except during the 1990s, the growth of the older population outpaced that of the total population and the population under age 65. - US Census Data

  • The U.S. population continues to age. The median age (which divides the population into two groups, half younger and half older) rose from 22.9 in 1900 to 35.3 in 2000 and is projected to increase to 39.0 by 2030. - US Census Data