What is Assisted Living?
Basically assisted living is a long-term care option for elderly persons or people with special needs who can live independently but require some assistance in areas of daily life. Anderson Oaks provides medication management, 24-hour physician services and nursing stations, all in a home-like setting to help residents live fulfilling lives.
How much does it cost?
Anderson Oaks uses all resources available to make your care as affordable as possible. If interested in pricing and all the services it entails, call us today.
What do I bring?
Basically, you bring everything that you use on a daily dasis, as well as whatever comforts of home you wish. Bring your toiletries, clothes and furniture such as bed, nightstand, chair and small table. Decorative items will certainly help you feel at home.
Can I have visitors?
Of course. Anderson Oaks welcomes your visitors at times of your choosing.
Is it a secure environment?
The safety of our residents is at top of our list of priorities. With staff on duty 24 hours a day, along with our doors being locked at all times, we can ensure that our residents are indeed safe.
Can I bring my car?
You are certainly allowed to bring your car. Furthermore, residents come and go a they please and we also have transportation services for a reasonable fee.
Is there a nurse on site?
Yes. Trained caregivers are on site 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. A registered nurse is on call 24 hours a day and on site during business hours. The caregivers and nurses are available to meet your medical needs and ensure that you are satisfied with your quality of life and will assist you in order to achieve maximum health.
Can I decorate?
You will have your own space to decorate as you choose. Bring pictures, trinkets and your favorite things in order to make you feel at home.
Do you have activities?
At Anderson Oaks, the activity calendar is packed with daily fun. You’ll never have to look far for a craft session, a game of cards or a trip to lunch. It’s more likely that you’ll have to sit out of a few social hours to catch up on some rest.