Yes. Physical, occupational and speech therapy are provided at The Oaks. Approximately 40% of our admissions are discharged home or to a more independent living arrangement due to our rehabilitation programs.
Medicare is a program which assists with medical expenses of individuals aged 65 or older, or who may have a long-term disability. Unfortunately in long term care, Medicare only pays for a limited period of time and only for residents that meet certain criteria, such as a three-day hospital stay 30 days prior to admission.
Medicaid is based on the medical need and the financial resources of the individual resident. The Department of Family and Children’s Service (DFACS) determines Medicaid eligibility.
The Oaks staffs at approximately a 3.3 level which is higher than the federal requirement of 2.0 and the state requirement of 2.5. The Oaks employment retention rate is one of the best in the state. The average length of employment is slightly over ten years.
$5800-$6500 per month
Yes, residents can be transferred without any negative financial repercussions or loss of Medicare/Medicaid benefits.
Yes. Private rooms are available at between $17.50 & $22.00 per day additional cost.