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Frequently Asked Questions
Oakmont Senior Living communities are the perfect place to call home for all seniors. Whether you need personal care services now, or want to be prepared for later, our Assisted Living communities are the right place for you. For loved ones living with dementia, our Traditions memory care neighborhoods offer comprehensive, compassionate care and engagement programs. If you are living independently but would like to relieve yourself of the burden of home maintenance and daily chores, our Retirement Living communities will manage these things for you.
Since the floor plans, amenities, and services vary at each community, please contact the Oakmont Senior Living location you are interested in to inquire. View a list of locations.
Yes, all Oakmont communities are pet friendly and most communities even feature a pet park. Our pet parks are beautiful fenced areas where your pet can run around unleashed.
Select Oakmont communities do offer short-term respite stays. Please contact your community of interest to inquire.
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Questions about Care Services
Oakmont Senior Living communities offer Retirement Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care. The levels of care available vary at each community, so please inquire with the your Oakmont community of interest. Oakmont communities do not offer skilled nursing. Care services offered in assisted living and memory care include medication management, assistance with grooming, dressing, bathing, continence care, ambulation, and more.
As you prepare to move to Oakmont, our team will provide you with a form called a Physician’s Report. Your primary care physician will use this form to provide us with any medical information that will help us determine how we can best support you. Along with the Physician’s Report, you will meet with our Health Service Director for a level of care assessment. During this meeting, you and the Health Service Director will discuss your needs and create a plan of care.
The goal at each Oakmont community is for our residents to be able to continue to live with us as their needs change. Our care plans are flexible to meet your needs and can be updated any time it is necessary. Whether you need more care or less care as time progresses, our flexible personal care program can change with your needs.
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Questions About Our Team
Our care team is on-site and available 24 hours per day. Our licensed nurses are on-site 16 hours per day.
At Oakmont, our team members are specially-trained for each position following state mandated training regulations. We use a combination of computer based training, hands on training, and job shadowing. Continued education is important at Oakmont and our team members participate monthly.