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This was a nice, clean facility. It was on the small side and felt very homey. The cost may be too high but this was one of my moms favorite places that we toured.
This was a nice, clean facility. It was on the small side. The cost may be too high.
Response from Oak Gardens PlaceAugust 9, 2021
Thank you for sharing your feedback. Our personalized pricing structure is based on the care needs of the individual, and we aim to be as transparent about that as possible. Do not hesitate to call us directly if you have any questions, or contact our Enlivant Cares line at 1-888-777-4780 to discuss this matter further.
My patents stayed at Oak Gardens some years ago before my dad passed and my mom returned home. My mom liked it there as did our entire family, with its beautiful decor, warmth of staff and delicious food. We were close to moving my mom back in until her Alzheimer's worsened, and I touched base frequently with [name removed] who was wonderful and responsive, and very professional. I would highly recommend Oak Gardens to others.
My dad feels very much at home here. Your employees show respect for Dad, watch out for his interests and care for his needs. The many activities keep Dad's interest and he is reminded to attend activities if he is not present there at their start.
Wonderful! Oak Gardens is a beautiful place to live. The only thing better than the physical building is the friendly staff. I feel very lucky to have my father living at Oak Gardens
Everyone feels welcome and cared for.
Oak Gardens feels like home. The people are kind, genuine, and caring. My dad is well taken care of here and feels very comfortable. I like the coziness of Oak Gardens and the size. My dad would have felt lost in a bigger place!
This was a nice place. We felt it was a little cramped for space for the residents. The entrance was used for residents who wanted to watch tv. There didn't seem to be much space for residents to gather People seemed very happy as we toured.
We moved our Aunt to her new home here last August. She sadly passed away a few weeks ago; however, we want to share how this truly became her "home" and how she loved all the residents and staff. We all loved the residents and staff. It's a family we will miss seeing each day. Their goal is to make all residents truly feel at home and provide activities so they don't just sit in their apartment all day. The staff care about each and every resident. As for the grounds, all clean, well kept, and man they know how to decorate for each season and reason. Kudos to all and thank you again for taking such good care of our [name removed]. God Bless you all
My aunt received kind, compassionate, skilled care at Oak Gardens. She had excellent meals, many activities to choose from, and was clean and safe. The staff was always attentive, ready to listen, and lend a hand as needed. Oak Gardens is very welcoming to visitors and family members as well. The facility and parking are up to date, warm, and welcoming.
This is a very nice community, and I'am pleased with my move here. The community is well maintained, and they do a good job with the cleanliness. Everyone has been welcoming, and helpful. I have already recommended this community to my friends. It is a great facility.
Seemed like a great place. [Removed] was a plus.
My father is doing well since his move to this community. It is a good community, I feel he is safe, in a good place. They do a good job with the cleanliness of the facility. They have a wonderful staff here, they are polite, and friendly. There are activities offered for the residents. The meals are good, he is pleased with the meals.
Ask us in another 30 days, one week in assisted living for mom is hardly enough time to ask/expect an honest and fair evaluation. So far, so good
My tour of the Oak Gardens Place went well, but it was not the right fit for my father. There was not an RN on staff at the time which I did not like. Also, there were no other men there. The place itself was nice and clean, just not what we were looking for.
I was very impressed with my tour of this community. First thing I noticed was how dark the community was, there weren't much light. The staff was kind and friendly. I would say the community looked like it needs some updating. This is a mellow community, and my mother is still very active. I didn't see the residents really interacting with each other. This was not the community for us.
Our mom stayed at Oak Gardens Place after suffering a minor stoke. We were delighted with the care she received while she recovered. The staff was outstanding, Mom reported they were kind and gentle with her. Diane, the Registered Nurse was very involved and communicated with our family effectively. Oak offers services like in house INR checks so the transports to the lab were avoided. Patty, the Director was very helpful and knowledgeable; we had no experience in these matters and she walked us through making this difficult process understandable. This is a pet friendly facility so residents don't have to live without their beloved pet friends. We strongly recommend Oak Gardens Place; consider a tour and meeting the staff before you make a final choice.
The one thing I've been disappointed with is that the activities are not what they appear to be on the activities schedule. Especially on weekends, when I was hoping there would be more activities for my Mom, there really are not activities. When I asked the staff about the "Matinee" and "Show" that were scheduled, no one knew what I was talking about. Why are these activities shown on the schedule, and then they don't take place? Someone said, "The activities director is not here on weekends". Does that mean there will not be activities? On of the reasons I moved my Mom to Oak Garden Place is that she had nothing going on over the weekend when she lived in a senior apartment.
My Dad lives at the Oak Garden Place and he loves it. I feel very fortunate to have him living in such a caring and loving home like setting. The food is great and there is always a treat available. Most afternoons there is a warm cookie for a snack. The activities are great and my Dad loves to join in. Visits from Santa, Super Bowl Parties, always something fun to do. The activity director comes in on her time off to bring joy to the residents. Unheard of! The care my Dad is receiving is the best, if the staff notices a change in his behavior they are aware of it and always check with me and we figure out together what to do. I haven't seen a lot of changes in the staff, in fact, they just celebrated a 14 year anniversary of an employee. I am impressed. The director came in on her time off to honor her. Again, unheard of. My Dad is an early riser and the staff brings him a cup of coffee almost before they take their coats off. I'am always greeted with smiles and affection. One night a month they have a family night and I am able to join my Dad for dinner and some special entertainment. The food is great and so is the entertainment ,a fun time to share with my dad. I highly recommend the Oak Garden Place. My Dad is happy there and I'am happy he is so well taken care of.
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