Oaklane - Grants Pass, OR

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Semi-Private

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Studio

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1 Bedroom

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2 Bedrooms

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Activities Offsite
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Doctor on Call

Customer Reviews

Oak Lane is a great place

Our Mom lives at Oak Lane and loves it. All the employees are great, caring, helpful and just all around great. She is very well cared for. The facility is well taken care of.

Highly recommend to anyone needing to place someone they love.

Love the Feeling of Community Here

I love the feeling of community at Oak Lane. It has been a very good experience for me and for my loved one so far. The personnel are very helpful and very attentive to my loved one's needs, and the spirit of the community is very comforting. I like that the residents are kept very busy with the activities they offer. The food here is fine, but my loved one does wish they offered more fresh vegetables at mealtimes. Oak Lane is also an older facility, so they could use a good update, but they still do a nice job keeping it clean and tidy. I would recommend Oak Lane to others.

This community was OK

My father-in-law was here for about 3 weeks and there is room for improvement. He was on the independant living side. We felt he was safer to be there than at home. The food was OK he was at the point where he wasn't eating and just had them bring him the food and there was an extra charge for that to happen. The day he passed my daughter was there and she pulled the cord for help and no one came so she went looking for help. I would recommend this place to friends or family.

Good so far

My father in law has only recently moved into Oak Lane community and he is still getting acclimated. The atmosphere is warm and homey and the staff is very welcoming when we come and visit. The staff is friendly and caring and attentive to his care needs.
The meals that they provide are good. There are plenty of activities that the staff encourages the residents to participate. So far he has not been inclined to participate in many of them. They have decks on the upper level and patios on the ground level so that the residents can get out and enjoy the fresh air. This was a good fit and affordable for our budget.

They Were Too Small For People

Nothing was wrong when we toured this community. All that we saw was pretty nice. My parents however, did not want to be in a small apartment. They felt they would be confined and there was not enough space for two residents living together.

Facility is smaller, not as open, and therefore seems more depressing. Pricing is reasonable.

The activites director is upbeat and personable!!

We have great communication with the staff at Oaklane. They call it a family and that is exactly what it feels like. They talk to each other and are open to talking. They are pet friendly and this is good for my mom. They offer numerous activities such as tea parties, arts and crafts and sit and fit 3 times a week. The food is a low salt diet that looks to be prepared fresh and there are a variety of choices. They listen to me and take my suggestions.

freinds

My mom needed to be in a memory care unit and went downhill really quick at Oaklane, so she is no longer there, but I have nothing but good things to say about them. They were incredibly friendly and very helpful and will be lifelong friends.

A home for dad.

Walking into Oak Lane is like visiting family. You are greeted with hugs and smiles. The community smells clean, and you usually smell fresh baking from the kitchen. The activities program is the best I've ever seen with a variety of things to do at all times.
The care staff have been at there for a long time and know their residents and families well.
You couldn't ask for a better home-like setting. My father lived at Oaklane for six wonderful years and their team gave me the greatest gift...Peace of Mind and quality time with my father.
Thank you Oak Lane

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From the Community

When you move into Oak Lane, you’re not just renting an apartment, you’re becoming part of our family. Assistance with “activities of daily living” can be provided to any resident at Oak Lane Retirement. Activities of daily living include dressing, and grooming, as well as assistance with self-medication, transfers and mobility. Assistance is also available for more complex care coordination or support with health needs. All
Residents, prior to move in and at any time during their residency, can have an assessment by the residential care supervisor to determine their service needs and preferences. An individualized service plan is then prepared and discussed with the resident. Services will begin immediately upon acceptance of the service plan. Service points may increase or decrease as a resident’s needs and preferences change. By using an individualized plan based on service points, the resident pays only for those specific services being provided. All services are tailored to meet individual preferences. Our goal is to promote independence, dignity, respect and safety in the privacy of their own home, wherever that may be.