By AG via CARING

August 19, 2022


The Oaks at Woodfield was pretty expensive. In the memory section, they had a patient-staff ratio of 3:13, which I thought was very good. From a safety point of view, it was excellent, well lit, with handrails and grab bars, all that good stuff, and they have an area outside which is an inner court where residents can garden when the weather allows them. Things smell good. The people seemed well groomed. The rooms are nicely set up. They have shadow boxes at the doors with memory jogging things, pictures, and favorite activities, and people that are important to you so that if you can’t read your name on the door anymore, you’ll recognize things that you love. They serve food family style and once a month your family is welcome to come and have brunch with you. My husband has actually attended daycare there a couple of times. For some people, it would be nice.

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