2100 E Glenhurst Ln, Appleton, WI 54911
Retirement at Century Oaks Assisted Living in Appleton, Wisconsin provides older adults the care, comfort, and relaxation due in one’s golden years. Our fresh approach to assisted living maintains an environment operating with love, a sense of community, and novelty in every moment. We’re simply dedicated to promoting a vibrant atmosphere with accessible possibilities to make each day something special. Century Oaks fosters a community where there is always something to look forward to, no matter one’s condition. We cultivate an environment that thrives on love, regard to well-being, and a natural sense of comfortability.
Appleton, Wisconsin is a modest city that is just perfect for retirement. We offer all aspects of vibrant living for anyone at any age, whether it’s watching a live show at Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, visiting The History Museum at the Castle, or embracing the sweet butterflies at the Butterfly Gardens. Century Oaks is close to all the many great attractions, restaurants, and businesses our charming city of Appleton has to offer.
Century Oaks was designed with residents entirely in mind. With a myriad of services and amenities, residents reserve the autonomy to choose how they wish to make their everyday...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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.
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My mother in law lives at Century Oaks and we love it. The staff treats everyone like family and is very welcoming. The food is great and they give 2 food options at every meal and an adult beverage if she wants, their is also “snack alley “ where she can Help herself to ice cream soda cappuccino and the chef always has treats sitting out. The building is absolutely beautiful and housekeeping keeps it super clean. I am so happy that my 80-year-old mother-in-law wants to live here and now calls it her home.
The people are very helpful they are concerned for the residents. Let them know if you have an issue so they can help find a solution. The rooms sizes are great. They have their own washer and dryer. I love the setup. My mom likes the food.
My mom was a resident. The caregivers try but they are severely understaffed. With no caregiver per resident regulations, they say they are not understaffed but they are. My sister and I would come every single evening and witnessed so many disturbing violations. In a complaint filed with the state, there were 6 caregivers onsite during a fire drill with 57 residents, most of whom need assistance in transporting and/or suffer from dementia. Another complaint that was substantiated reported a resident forgotten outside in the sun for over three hours on an 80 degree day last summer. If your loved one is quiet, if you pay your rent on time, and if you don’t inquire or complain, [name removed], one of the owners, will be nice. Otherwise, she will get in your face, agree with you to your face, then turn around and change her mind, or argue aggressively and invite you to give your 30 day notice. [name removed] should never be in direct contact with residents and their families. Most of the positive reviews on Google are given by the family of the owners ([name removed]) or employees ([name removed]).
[Name removed] toured this place alone. Beautiful facility, nicely appointed, large single rooms. Fully furnished not sure if you may bring your own furniture. Large friendly staff, welcoming and personable. Impressive array of amenities. Independent living through hospice and availability is an issue.
It was a very tough transition for mom, but the people at Century Oaks were very helpful and nice. The place is beautiful and the meals are good. It’s nice for mom to have a variety of choices to pick from at all three meals. They are in the process of adjusting there activities for the residents. The changes look very promising.
Century Oaks is a wonderful assisted living home, My mother in law was extremely happy while recovering from back surgery. They have a professional chef with two entrees' to choose from, a wonderful salad bar and an ice cream machine to make cones or sundaes when you want. The staff are attentive and alway kind and respectful. Love this place : ) I would live here now!
This company is NOT for dementia residents!! They will say they are but they’re not!! ALWAYS short staffed, and staff does not introduce themselves. Most staff dressed unprofessionally. ABSOLUTELY NO COMMUNICATION! When questions are asked of staff about resident “oh I don’t know I wasn’t working that shift” or “I’m not sure what happened” with unexplained scratches/bruises on the resident. No licensed staff in building 24 hrs, only CNA med techs. No activities for dementia. An occasional musician but mostly bingo bingo and more bingo with a possible movie at night. Room is not cleaned routinely. And did I mention NO COMMUNICATION! Also if you try to call this facility to check on the resident THEY DO NOT ANSWER THE PHONE, after multiple attempts during the day they might but pm/ night shift hardly if at all. Just not a good facility.
A great place for your Mom or Dad. It's like a resort!
My mother lived at Century Oaks while recovering from knee surgery, we had a wonderful experience and didn't want to leave. The food was delicious staff were very friendly and helpful, and I felt very spoiled while recovering. It is a beautiful place
Bright and attractive facility. Staff that truly cares for and interacts well with residents and their families. Wonderful amenities and creative activities. Grateful for Bluestone Physicians Services once a month. So helpful to have a nurse on staff as well. Staff is positive and patient when working through challenging situations that arise.
Dad lived at this brand new community for a short time and while they were well meaning I think they just had a young staff that was not trained well in memory care. The community is beautiful. This is supposed to be a locked down community, however the outside gate was not always closed. They did not have an activities director so they had little if any activities. Dad did not like the food. I think this will be a better community in a few years with some more experience.
It was a great tour.Everything was explained to me.I had to keep in mind my wife's condition,that the facility could take complete care of her.Thanks Century Oaks.
this was a big community. The manager did not show up that day to answer. They did offer activities. The community is clean and just bigger than what we were wanting. They offer activities for those who want to participate. The community is clean and nice for residents. I would recommend families to see this community for the care that is offered to a loved one.
My mother has been really happy since she made the move to this community. The place immaculate, it's a brand new building. The staff are great, they are willing to work with us in anything that we need. The meals are excellent! Always very tasty and nutritious. The community offers daily activities, my mother participates in many and it makes me happy because she has never done this before. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking.
This is a beautiful facility and a welcome change from what I had experienced from other assisted living facilities. We chose Century Oaks for my grandmother who needed hospice care. During her 5 week stay, the staff was caring and compassionate. They answered daily questions and were easy to contact. The environment (pond/patio view, and lobby/dining rooms) as well as the private suites are gorgeous and welcoming. I cannot speak of the activities provided as my grandmother could not participate. However, other residents seemed to be perfectly occupied. I would recommend this facility to anyone needing assistance in their daily life.
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