Oak Hill Residential Care is an engaging and unique senior living community that encourages residents to be enthusiastic about this new chapter in life. Our assisted living care team is on site 24 hours a day. The services we provide support seniors who need assistance with activities of daily living (ADL’s). We provide attentive, individualized care that enables our residents to thrive in body, mind, and spirit. We believe that care is more than just a helping hand. Our residents are given the opportunity to age in place while staying active, eating well, and connecting with others each day.
Placing a parent or loved one in a memory care community can be heart-wrenching decision. Family members naturally want to keep those they love close, but as memory loss progresses, the challenge of providing care can become overwhelming.
Oak Hill Residential Care provides a place where a new phase of life can begin for those with memory loss. With a network of people at their disposal around-the-clock — including highly trained caregivers and this network of caregivers and fellow residents creates a community of familiar faces and compassionate friends. With each building accommodating no more than 15 residents we strive to ensure our residents feel at home with us.
Short Term Stay
Our community offers convenient short-term respite care services at an all-inclusive daily rate. Short-term stay residents will receive the same amenities during their respite as our residents who proudly call Oak Hill Residential Care home.
You might consider short-term respite care when you need:
- Support after a hospital stay
- Continued short-term rehabilitation after a skilled nursing stay
- A place to stay when an emergency has made your home unsafe or uninhabitable
- A short-term respite care stay can also help you experience what Oak Hill Residential Care has to offer. This is a great way to see how you fit in with our current residents before you decide to become a full-time resident.
If you are a caregiver, you might also consider a short-term stay when you need a break — whether it’s for work, a vacation, or just a much-needed breather — and you don’t want to leave a loved one who is not fully independent.