There may come a time when it is no longer possible to provide a loved one with the care they require within a home setting. Perhaps dementia, osteoporosis, failing vision or other symptoms of aging, are making it unsafe and impractical for a person to remain unassisted in their current living arrangement. When that time comes, Oak Pavilion is dedicated to helping make this transition as graceful as possible for both the resident and their family members.
Oak Pavilion is staffed and equipped to handle the medically and emotionally complex needs of our residents. We are dedicated to helping residents maintain the highest possible quality of life, mobility and function within a supportive environment. In addition to our on-site staff and services, specialty medical and personal services are also provided as needed at the center.
Long-term care services are designed to meet the medical, physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs or our residents and their families.