Golden Oaks Advanced Assisted
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Does Golden Oaks Advanced Assisted, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
About Golden Oaks Advanced Assisted
Golden Oaks of Proctor is an advanced assisted living community for adults age 55+. Specializing in a personalized, home-like environment for seniors with higher level care needs, Golden Oaks offers 24-hour care, individualized care plans, home-cooked meals daily and personal services such as laundry, hair and nail care. Residents can enjoy their time in our unique pod concept, which promotes community and safety with companionship of their pod mates in shared living spaces, a spacious community room, dining area and outdoor patios.
Golden Oaks of Proctor offers a variety of recreational, educational, cultural and social programs. Residents are actively involved with staff to plan activities that enhance their quality of life. Programming is designed to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the residents. Residents choose to participate as they desire.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks are prepared and served daily. Special dietary needs are accommodated.
Monthly Base Cost: $5,225
Overall Rating 3.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Joe Cobb★★★★★ a year ago
Place is horribly managed. They treat their new hires like garbage and could careless about the people they are supposed to be caring for. Disgrace to healthcare.
A Google User★★★★★ 10 months ago
I would never work there again! I was the overnight supervisor for about 6 months. I reported them to the county for neglect. Parent company that owns them seems like they only care about there bottom line.
trout jerky★★★★★ 2 years ago
This is a great place to send your loved ones if your hopping they die for sooner then later. The staff are awful. The management is worse. I have seen many elderly people with terrible injures that were inflected by staff there. On mutibly ocassions when my mother was deathly I'll they refused to call for an ambulance. Witch resulted in her going on life support.
Erin★★★★★ a year ago
Jonathan Trillo★★★★★ a year ago
- Activity Room
- Beauty/Barber Shop
- Central Dining Room
- Central Living Room
- Dining: Room Service
- Dining: Special Dietary Offerings
- Emergency Response System
- Patio / Courtyard
- Security: Daily Check-in System
- Wheelchair Access
- Home Health Agency available
- Individualized Care Plans
- Nursing & Rehabilitative Care
- Pastoral Care Program
- Respite Care
- Room Service
- Status checks
- Therapy Services
- Wellness Program
- Educational Classes and Groups
- Events designed for Memory Impaired
- Fitness Classes and Groups
- Live Entertainment
- Planned Social and Family Events
- Recreational Activities
- Religious Observances
- Activities of Daily Living
- Assist with Dressing
- Beauty and/or Hair Care
- Exercise Assistance
- Incontinence Care
- Medication Management
- Reminders for Medication
- Answering the Phone
- Help with Reading
- Monitor Diet & Eating
- Monitor TV Usage
- Reminders for Appointments
- Stimulate Mental Awareness
- Accompany on Errands
- Change Linens
- Help with Laundry & Ironing
- Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
- Provide Light Housekeeping
- Individually Controlled Heating and AC
- Private Rooms
- Semi-private Rooms
- Walk-in Shower
- 24 Hour Staff
- Licensed Vocational Nursing Services
- Respite/Short Term
|Facility Administrator||Mr. Charles Miller|
|Home Care Type||Comprehensive Home Care|
|Housing Type||Housing With Services|
|Services Type||Assisted Living Services|
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