6400 Hulmeville Rd, Bensalem, PA 19020
Set on a hilltop overlooking tree-lined Neshaminy Creek, Allegria at the Oaks in Bensalem, Pennsylvania offers a balance of personalized support and dignified independence for those 55 years and over. Located about twenty minutes northeast of Philadelphia, Bensalem is a quaint, nearby retreat from the city. Our community provides a wide range of assisted living and memory care services in a refreshing, modernly appointed building. We’re committed to helping our residents age comfortably in place by offering individualized services, thoughtfully designed amenities, and the freedom to make choices about how to spend their time. Contact an A Place for Mom advisor to learn why we’re Buck County’s choice for senior care.
Our compassionate and trained staff is here to help you get the most out of each day in our home. From entertaining activities to assistance with daily tasks, beautiful grounds to dedicated memory care services, we center comfort and well-being throughout the community. On-site care professionals elevate the level of service we provide.
We encourage residents to enjoy our range of amenities and services including:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Meals & dining
Value for cost
We chose Allegria at The Oaks because of the location and they were very friendly and made a great impression on us during the tour. My friend raves about the food, she loves it. They seem to have lots of activities provided, they email me the calendar. I would definitely recommend by all means.
I would recommend the community to others for their loved ones. It felt like staying in a hotel, and this was a nice respite for my loved one. Everyone was friendly during the stay. My loved one raved about the food. The activities did seemed to be limited due to the pandemic.
We chose Allegria at The Oaks because they were very helpful, honest, and upfront about the care that they provided and the cost. They really worked with us in terms of transporting mom from her previous facility to Allegria. They have been excellent with communication especially with us not being able to go in. If I need an update I email them or give them a call and they are great with response time. They do offer shared rooms as well that cuts down on the cost tremendously. The room are very nice and there is privacy inside the shared rooms with a room divider. The residents do not spend a lot of times in their rooms, the majority of the day they are out doing things in the common areas.
This community was recommended to us, and so far it has been working out nicely. We would recommend the Allegria at The Oaks community to other families.
Moved my father to Allegria at the Oaks almost 2 months ago and we have seen a big improvement with his social skills and health since then. He lived alone for over 3 years, since my mother had died, and now, he's eating 3 meals a day again, socializing again, and enjoying life. He has dementia, but is able to take care of his personal needs. He's in the Independent Living area, so I cannot comment on the Memory Care area. Of all the places we searched for, this is the only one that he could afford and the area is very suburban and not like living in an institution. Whenever I needed something, the Maintenance Team took care of his needs and the Nursing Staff is kind. The administration team is very friendly and helpful when I ask dumb questions (it's not like I've done this before). Thank you to the staff for taking great care of dad.
Contacted Allegria because they were recommended by another facility as being affordable. They are a more reasonable place to move my Aunt into. They made the process very easy. [name removed] handled everything professionally and worked with us to move my Aunt quickly. She had to leave a not great other facility. They don't have a lot of extra fees like every other place seems to have. The food is good and the care is exceptional. They go above and beyond in every area. Cannot recommend them any higher. Pleasure to deal with!
We chose Allegria at The Oaks because we had heard good things about it and the price was right. They were pretty good with communication, especially the hospice nurses. I absolutely recommend them to others looking.
Covid had a an impact on this community the last year but our experience with the respite care was very good and the staff members were very nice and friendly.
With covid they have not been able to offer as many as activities as they can, but they do their best. The staff are very attentive and they answer all concerns we have in an efficient manner or handle all requests with no problem and with a smile. They are very responsive and we just had a great experience so far.
We chose Allegria at The Oaks because the value was competitive with others we looked at and the location was good for our family. He also did have a roommate option which not everyone did, so the price is cut down more. They are very good with communication, especially during covid. I would recommend the facility to others.
My loved on has been happy with the community. I would recommend Allegria at the Oaks. The community is playing bingo during COVID. The food is good and not five star quality, but gets the job done for the residents.
My mom was a resident at Allegria. We had her pulled during the Covid pandemic in April 2020. We were told there was no Covid in the facility, but in fact she had Covid, a fever and pneumonia. All undetected by the staff. We had a camera in her room and saw her fading away, which is why we called 911 and had her pulled. Starting in March we were unable to visit. We sent my mom care packages with photos, letters and magazines, so she would know we loved her. She has dementia, so she didn't fully understand the situation. As we now go through the boxes they packed of her stuff, we found all those letters unopened. No one on staff thought to help her enjoy and look at what she received. There were quite a few caretakers who did care, but the team was severely understaffed before the Covid outbreak. I am sure it didn't get better during the pandemic Before you choose to send your family member here, please look around and make sure this is the right fit for you. It is a minimal assistance assisted living.
Was not even aware of our scheduled visit. therefore we did not see the facility.
My dad was in allegria for only 2weeks, they were good. He passed away [name removed], he was in hospital & rehabs, never made it back there. [Name removed] helped me out with this, [Name removed] at the oaks was great.
My dad was there for only four nights. And he had a week at hospital and then 12 days at hospice and he passed on [date removed]. We were excited that my dad would be living there. Sadly it was short-lived.
My mother was a resident of Allegria At The Oaks and all me and my family can say is thank you from the bottom of our hearts for taking such good care of our mother. This is a fabulous place with an awesome staff who always listened and supported the needs of the residents and family members. We were very lucky to have found such a caring home for our mother and for that we are forever grateful.
Both my brother and cousin have lived at Allegria at the Oaks and I have been so impressed with the care provided to both of them. The memory care floor, which my cousin lives in, is full of caring staff who really know how to work with those with dementia. They have a certified music therapist who knows how to tap into the residents' potential and the activity staff are so involved. Most of the staff there are so friendly and accommodating. My brother really enjoyed the meals and how clean his room was kept. He also loved the parties and outing they provided. I would highly recommend Allegria at the Oaks if you are looking for a reasonable rate with excellent care.
I was responsible for finding a residence for two people and the Oaks of Bensalem was an absolutely perfect place. One was placed in the memory care unit and the other in the assisted living area. The staff is very committed to providing excellent care for the residents. Both levels have access to the outdoors to enjoy the fresh air. This community is very clean smelling and the environment is very warm and inviting. There is an abundance of different types of activities to participate in, they definitely keep the residents busy. The food is very good, they serve ample servings, no one goes away hungry! They do offer transportation for outside excursions for the residents. I would definitely recommend this community to friends and family. And a big thank you to A Place For Mom for providing options and help in finding a place for the people I care for.
My mother is doing great with her move to this community. We are very pleased with all they have done for our family. This is a lovely community, and they are taking good care of her. Everyone is great, and we have no complaints about this community. This is a community I would recommend to my friends, and family.
My mother can no longer live by herself so she is now living at the Oakes Of Bensalem where the staff is very friendly and welcoming to be around. They try hard to make the residents feel happy and relaxed. The food is very good and they have many fun activities to take part in. The facility is kept clean and the décor is very inviting. I feel the residents are well taken care of. I would definitely recommend this place to others.
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