Whether your loved one just needs help with daily activities or requires specialized dementia care, you’ll find four living options to meet his or her needs at Three Oaks. Spanning the continuum from Assisted Living to Memory Care—and with the unique Transitional Memory Care Program in between—we enable him or her to live as independently as possible, for as long as possible.
To balance your loved one’s desire for independence and need for assistance, the caring team at Three Oaks provides help with activities of daily living, along with enriching activities, housekeeping and transportation.
Our community also provides short-term respite care in both Assisted Living and Memory Care. It’s perfect for people who need a supportive place to stay during an illness, after a surgery or during rehabilitation. It’s also a great option for those who need a staycation when family or a caretaker is away.
*Respite Stays are subject to availability. Contact the community for more information.
Transitional Memory Care
If your loved one needs more support with memory loss than is offered in Assisted Living, but isn’t yet ready for Memory Care, he or she might benefit from our Transitional Memory Care Program, called The Residence Club™.
For those with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease, our community offers The Path to the Present® Resident-Directed Program, a specialized memory loss program that keeps your loved one engaged and safe around the clock.
Three Oaks does not provide skilled nursing. If your loved one doesn’t need a hospital, but can’t be cared for at home, you might be looking at nursing homes. Also called skilled nursing facilities, they provide more medical care than we offer at Three Oaks. But if your loved one doesn’t need that much care, our Assisted Living or Memory Care communities might be just right.
How to Choose Living Options
Feeling overwhelmed by the options? Read our guide—This Feels Like Home®: A guide to finding the most appropriate retirement living option for your parents.