1807 Jamestown Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185
White Oaks at Williamsburg provides memory care and assisted living in Williamsburg, Virginia. Through our signature programs which aim to provide connection, engagement, dignity, and a strong sense of well-being, we’re dedicated to supporting individuals with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia or memory impairment. Residents can continue to thrive, leading rich and fulfilling lives with our specially curated memory care programs. Our highly trained health care and support staff provide personalized care and work hand-in-hand with residents and their families to meet long-term goals. We actively encourage residents’ families to stay involved in the lives of their loved ones, and we create innovative ways to do so. White Oaks is managed by Gardant Management Solutions, one of the nation’s most respected assisted living providers. Learn more about the variety of engaging programs and amenities we offer at our community here in Williamsburg, just down the street from the historic Jamestown Settlement. Contact A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors today!
Professional, caring staff is available around the clock to make sure your day is safe and comfortable. Well-kept, warm-toned, and elegantly furnished lounges and common areas allow everyone space for relaxing, entertainment, and activities. All meals, plus...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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I wrote a review 5 days ago. On Friday, June 14th, when I arrived @ White Oaks the day after I wrote the review, I observed some disturbing issues. My mom’s white clothes are bring washed with the colored clothes, an eaten apple wrapped in toilet paper under the bed, her top sheet put on the bed upside down (the decorative part should have been @ the top, a soiled Depends on top of the back toilet bowl, dishes in the bathroom on the sink, a pillow missing on her bed. Today, (Monday 6/17), when I returned to White Oaks, the pillow is still missing. I requested on numerous occasions for them to keep her wardrobe locked @ all times. Upon arriving on Friday (/14), the wardrobe was unlocked and I observed that my mom had removed a considerable amount of her clothes off of the hangers and they were all balled up on the shelf. I removed them asked why does she have access to the wardrobe then I left them on the floor. On Monday (6/17) when I returned, the clothes had been removed but they were not in the closet. In essence, you have to definitely be an advocate for your “Loved one” as they cannot communicate their needs. I have communicated my observations to the Administrator and I have had the opportunity to state my observations to some of the staff. White Oaks needs more stimulating & engaging activities for the residents. Overall, White Oaks is a very clean, quiet place. The rooms are nice and I like that they have their own bathrooms. This is my review that I wrote on Wednesday (6/12/19). I decided on White Oaks Memory Care community in Williamsburg, VA for my mom exactly one month ago (May 2019) originally for respite. Prior to thee expiration of her respite, I received a telephone call expressing how happy and well adjusted my mom was @ White Oaks and that she had communicated her desire to stay there. I obliged. As with any new community, there are going to be a few hiccups as it is a learning curve for the staff and the new resident.I find the staff to be very approachable, attentive when you have a discussion with them about your observations. The staff has great interaction with the residents. It is a very clean community. The residents seem to have a good experience there. My mom has adjusted well in the community and participates in activities with the other residents. The Marketing Director is very well versed about the community and is also attentive and engaging with the residents and the needs of resident's families. All of the staff seems to interact very well with the residents. Hopefully, this will be my mom's new home for a long, long time.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
This is an amazing place, the care team are compassionate and professional. The food is phenomenal, and no smells in the halls. My mother loved her time here.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
No better Place, wonderful place to for your dementia patients to reside. They have small one-on-one attention and staff, wonderful activities for cognitive care, personal care. A beautiful facility. Each village (each community) only has only 18 rooms. I wanted them to open the other buildings for us to They only deal with dementia and Parkinson's patient. They are teaching her how to dance, baking cookies with her. They have multiple activities to keep them cognoscenti. The even read the newspaper every day to keep them up on current events. She is in her 90s and still having birthdays. When we moved communities, she was on hospice, she is no removed from hospice. She The community calls us routinely, even during COVID. You are part of the process each way. You do pay for it, but it is with it. It is an amazing community. She is super happy there, and enjoys it.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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