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Assisted Living at Oak Crest

What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living is an ideal choice for those who value their independence, but could benefit from regular support with everyday tasks like dressing and grooming, managing medications, meal preparation, and more.

Why Choose Assisted Living?

Assisted living offers a level of day-to-day care and support that many family caregivers just can't provide. We managed the stress of providing and coordinating care, so you and your loved one can enjoy more quality time together.

What Makes Our Care Different?

Assisted living residents enjoy personalized service from an interdisciplinary team of on-site doctors and professionals who specialize in senior health. We create a customized care plan based on your loved one's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Explore Assisted Living at Oak Crest

Private and Stylish Apartments

Choose from a variety of assisted living floor plans designed for comfort and safety, as well as style. Each apartment includes:

  • Private half-bathroom
  • Extra-long bed
  • Flat-screen TV
  • Cable TV
  • Private phone line
  • Individual thermostat for comfort

Download and print our floor plans now.

Rewarding Amenities

Enjoy access to all the benefits of Oak Crest, plus the extraordinary amenities of the assisted living neighborhood:

  • Convenient on-site medical center
  • Access to outdoor areas
  • Restaurants and cafes
  • A bank
  • Salon

Engaging Programming and Activities

From crafting to current events, day trips to happy hours—there's something fun and engaging to everyone. We get to know each assisted living resident on an individual basis, so we can tailor activities to match your interests.

View a sample programming calendar with classes, clubs, and activities.

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Request Your Brochure

Get your free brochure with more information about quality care at Oak Crest. Your brochure includes more details about our multiple care options!

What's Included in the Cost?

Choose from a variety of assisted living apartments and service packages to meet your individual needs. There are two costs associated with assisted living, a onetime Refundable Entrance Fee* and a monthly assisted living service fee that covers the cost of utilities, maintenance, and care services. The cost of your assisted living care package is determined by the degree of care needed and the most common includes the following services:

  • Meals
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Cable
  • Use of all amenities on campus
  • An enriched lifestyle in a small household setting
  • 24-hour assisted living nursing staff
  • Multiple levels of care in our continuing care health services building
  • On-campus medical center physicians caring for only Oak Crest residents
  • Unmatched optimal staffing ratios

For individuals who are not current residents of the Oak Crest, a onetime Refundable Entrance Fee is required. This deposit ranges from $93,000 to $103,000.

The assisted living service package fee ranges from $7,496 to $12,728 per month.

*Carefully read the Residence and Care Agreement for the conditions that must be satisfied before the Provider is required to pay the Entrance Fee Refund.

Frequently Asked Questions

Browse our most frequently asked questions about assisted living at Oak Crest. Don't see your question here? Call 410-498-8041 or email for your free brochure or to discuss your specific needs.

A:  You are welcome to bring your favorite furniture and belongings to decorate your assisted living apartment to make it your own.

A: Traditional nursing homes provide extensive around the clock clinical care. With assisted living, your loved one can receive support with daily tasks such as meal preparation, grooming, and dressing, while enjoying a more social and independent lifestyle. 

A: Just like any move, it generally takes a few weeks to adjust. Our dedicated staff takes the time to understand and honor your loved one's preferences, routines, and habits to help ease the transition.

A: Starting the conversation can be the toughest step, so it's important to prepare in advance. Try to anticipate how your loved one will react and strategize your responses. Above all, be honest, empathetic, and listen. For a list of helpful conversation starters, give us a call.

A: In most cases, your loved one can receive additional care without leaving the community.We offer assisted living, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, memory care, and nursing care right here on-site.