Live Oak Village communities offer residents and their families top-of-the-line, customized, quality care.
While each of our communities offers its own options for living arrangements, amenities and services, our residents receive the best in care, safety and quality of life across the board. Each resident receives the therapy and care they need while enjoying their life every day in a friendly, encouraging environment.
We offer the best in medical care and monitoring for those who fit the parameters of the services we provide. We also take security seriously, and the round-the-clock safety of our residents is a top priority. Our high-tech systems monitor residences, common areas and outdoor spaces to ensure safety.
Building trust so that residents, families, and our team have peace.
Admission Policy: Residents are admitted to the Community without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, religion or handicap.
Qualification for Residency: The Community may only accept or retain an individual to be a Resident if management determines, in its sole discretion, it is able to provide appropriate services and the individual meets the requirements set forth by state law. The Community is not required to admit or retain the Resident or to contract with the Resident for services, if the Community determines, in its sole discretion, that it cannot meet the Resident’s needs or the Resident fails to meet the requirements as set forth by law.
Physician’s Report: Prior to move-in, the Resident will provide the Community a completed Physician’s Report (the “Physician’s Report”) on a form provided by the Community. This Report will include a physical examination conducted within thirty (30) days prior to move-in and must demonstrate that the Resident meets criteria for residency. After move-in, the Community may require a Physician’s Report, acceptable to the Community, following any hospitalization, when the Community determines that the Resident’s health condition warrants or as required by law.
Assessment: The level of assisted living services required by the Resident is determined through an assessment (“Assessment”) of the Reside. The Assessment is performed by designated personnel who are employed by the Community (“Associates”) and includes an evaluation of each Resident’s specific needs. It covers areas such as: mobility, skin care, eating habits, oral hygiene, continence, cognitive behavior and medication. This Assessment, along with the Physician’s Report, provides the basis for identifying the Resident’s Service Level.
The Assessment is performed when the Resident desires to move into the Community, and is performed again when additional assisted living services may be needed, upon the Resident’s change in condition or upon a Resident’s return from the hospital or other care facility. The Resident, his/her family, and any Responsible Party named in this Residency Agreement will be informed of changes in the Resident’s condition and any additional assisted living services needed, and are encouraged to participate in the review, assessment, and care plan process.
Resident Service Plan: A Service Plan will be developed based on the Physician’s Report, the Psychiatric Examination (if applicable) and the Assessment. The Resident’s service plan will be developed with the Resident and/or any individual the Resident designates, including any Responsible Party. The service plan will outline the services the Resident is to receive.
Change in Resident’s Condition: If the Resident’s condition changes so that the previously assessed level of services is no longer appropriate, the Community will reevaluate the Resident’s needs to determine which level of service is appropriate.
We invite you to tour our community and learn more about the care and services we offer. We can help you determine the level of care needed by your loved one, discuss the best residential options and determine the related fees and costs for the services and accommodations that best suit your needs.