September 7, 2022
My mother was at The Oaks at Woodfield. She was a past resident. She was there when she came out of the hospital. It was really good. They provided meals, they provided medicine distribution, and they provided wound care. They provided basically everything she needed. I like that they were very professional. Their accommodation was nice. It was a nice place. I felt comfortable leaving my mother there. For me, the location was handy too. It was just five or six miles down the road. However, my mother wasn’t able to participate in activities because it was all shut down because of COVID.
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