8484 Madison Ave, Fair Oaks, CA 95628
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Oakmont is a newer facility so ever time we come to visit it is very clean and well maintained. The care will never be as good as it is at home, but the staff there are extremely friendly. The food is good, our loved one has been there for five months now and they have maintained their weight. We have been able to visit recently and last time we were there, there was a live singer playing the piano, and they were having the residents sit outside underneath their nice, shaded and comfortable patio. So far we do think the value is good, and everyone looks to be very well cared for.
The community is awesome for my loved one. The intake paperwork was a lot to deal with, due to the pandemic. They have a new executive director in place.
Make sure you ask lots of questions so that you can make the transition is smooth. Make sure you talk to several different staff members and get to know who people are. I would definitely recommend this community to others
Although I could only see this facility in pictures, I talked to their sales representative numerous times, and she helped me to see through pictures and her actions how attentive and beautiful this place is. It is more expensive than some others, but shows in the quality of offerings. If you have a large nest egg for care, or have long term care insurance, please don't overlook this beautiful place. Of course people make the place in the end, but I felt like my dad would be happy here, and we worked out the costs in the end.
They are understaffed and weren't prepared for my husband's admission. They had poor communication and no care plan in place as well. The physical building is beautiful until you are living there and know that they don't clean the floors and there was pink and black mold in my husband's toilet. Appearances are really deceiving. When I asked about staffing, I was assured that is was sufficient, but it was not. They didn't follow through with any of their promises either. It was scary to think I was leaving my husband there without adequate supervision or care.
Response from Oakmont of Fair OaksMay 12, 2020
Hello, I’m sorry to hear that you are disappointed with parts of your Oakmont experience. We take your concerns very seriously and I welcome the opportunity to learn more about them. Please call me at your convenience if you’d like to share more. I can be reached at the community phone number and look forward to hearing from you. Thank you, Terry Ervin, Executive Director
Wow, what can I say? This is the Cadillac of all the facilities. It has gourmet cooking, a full slate of activities karma field trips almost daily, a very comprehensive memory Care, huge apartments, a fabulous staff, the surroundings are very elegant and posh, the caretakers seem to understand dementia better then in other facilities. The marketing director explained the stages of dementia and how they care for 2 hours. Nothing is left undone, places spotless. There was nothing about this facility that I took exception with except perhaps the price. It was the most expensive and far out of our budget. As much as we like this facility we're going to have to can sit by and find something else. However this is the best you can get.
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