Who We Are
Gateway Gardens is a unique campus that specializes in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia where one can feel at home while receiving 24-hour personal care and services.
Meeting the unique needs of residents living with memory loss is our passion. We are dedicated to providing 24-hour-a-day personal service to our residents, assisting them in daily activities and helping them maintain active. We provide each resident with an opportunity to enjoy his or her physical, emotional and spiritual lives while being professionally cared for when needed. We promote self-direction and daily routine for our residents emphasizing choice, dignity and privacy. Our goal is to promote a resident's self-direction and participation in decisions that emphasize independence, choice, dignity, privacy, individuality, and a homelike atmosphere.
In 1991, Mike Hudman, a retired Springfield fire marshal, and his mother June, a former foster care provider, combined skills and passions to start up Gateway Living to provide compassionate assisted senior living care. June passed away in 2008 and left behind a legacy of excellence in senior care that sets the standard to this day.
In 2002, Mike and Mark Kinkade opened Gateway Gardens in Eugene. Today, Mike and Mark run the day-to-day operations of Gateway Gardens with their management team.
Our staff is dedicated and specially trained to provide 24-hour a day care to our residents living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, assisting them in daily routines and encouraging them to remain as active as possible. All residents are offered activities to help them enrich and enjoy their lives, while receiving caring, professional assistance. We take pride in maintaining a cheerful, family environment where your loved one can feel safe and at home.