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10780 N Us Hwy 301, Oxford, FL 34484
Based on 31 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Respite, Skilled Nursing
For Pricing & Availability(800) 780-8101
To Reach a Resident(352) 330-3900
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Mission Oaks DescriptionOur goal is to make Mission Oaks as comfortable and personalized as the other homes you've lived in throughout your life. We want our residents to feel like this community was their home, with features, amenities and thoughtful touches that result in an immersive, one-to-one experience. Outdoor comfort starts with the indoor signatures that create stunning backdrops. We are confident that people from all over the nation will flock to our community for its comfort and privacy.
Assisted LivingWe anticipate life happening according to your plan – a plan that fits into your current lifestyle like a glove. You can relax in knowing that our activities are the result of proven practices and an organization with years of experience. Our assisted living community will provide individuals with the perfect residence who are capable of living independently yet seek access to a range of services for enhanced health and well-being.
Memory CareWe are all connected and each person's story matters. Our 22-bed memory care community provides a comfortable home-like environment that fosters skills and interests. The memories that are the signposts of life's journey often elude our residents with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. We understand the unique challenges that come with this condition and the emotional weight it can carry for residents and their families.
Respite CareDo you have a weekly activity that you need your loved one to be secure for? We can provide the best care possible with trained staff in a secure and supportive environment.
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AmenitiesMission Oaks offers a variety of amenities to its residents. Personalized assistance with activities of daily living, medication supervision and assistance, therapy and spa suite, medical appointment scheduling, on site medical care, beauty and barber services, concierge services, restaurant style dining, transportation for shopping, dining, medical appointments and more are all available. Mission Oaks also offers weekly housekeeping and spacious common areas for residents to enjoy.
ServicesMission Oaks is dedicated to providing quality care and services to their residents, including assisted living, memory care, and respite care. Assisted living includes help with daily activities like dressing, bathing, and eating. Memory care provides specialized assistance for Alzheimer's and dementia patients. Respite care offers short-term stays or day respite service for those needing extra help temporarily. All of these services are designed to give Mission Oaks' residents the best possible quality of life.
Respite Care Services and AmenitiesMission Oaks offers respite care services and amenities in their Assisted Living or Memory Care facilities. Guests can enjoy a furnished studio apartment with chef-prepared meals (3 meals a day plus snacks). Mission Oaks also offers activities 7 days a week, as well as housekeeping and weekly linen service. Medication assistance is available, and there is a nurse on premises for all shifts.
personal care services
medical appointment scheduling
respite care services
24 hour nursing care
assistance with activities of daily living
activities 7 days a week
chef prepared meals
meals a day
ice cream parlor
restaurant style dining
weekly linen service
beauty & barber services
secured memory care community
library with internet access
The Wildwood Area
Things to do in the Area
LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of FL. It is a large-sized community with 101 total beds.
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Happy my mama has found her new home. Caring staff. Residents have daily offered meals and if you don’t like can order off their menu. Nice variety. Very active activity directors. Always something going on. Has large PT room with equipment. Also a theater room. Fresh popcorn often at front door. Several Snack areas for residents.
I put down a deposit for my mom today. I am bringing her from PA to FL as soon as I can get up there and put her on a plane with me. Mission Oaks are very attentive to what I need for mom and this place is just beautiful. I was paying 3 times the amount of money in PA for a semi private room. Her income and savings will go a lot farther here and she will be close to me for a change.
As a resident I feel qualified to write about my late wife and my time here at Mission Oaks. When my wife was living at another ALF a Nurse Practitioner told us about the staff and care here and that resulted in us visiting and moving in. We became convinced soon afterwards that it was the right move for us. With the horrors associated with Covid, I learned that precautions taken by the management and staff were 100% effective in keeping residents safe and Covid-free. My purpose in writing now is to thank everyone who got us through the days when other facilities in this area have not fared as well. I have noticed that there has not been a Covid update on the website since Sept 2020. In fact, since residents have gotten vaccinated over 2 months ago and some activities will be resuming soon. I now have to wonder why residents are still asked to wear masks and to maintain social distancing. The masks at this point seem to be unnecessary during activities and the social distancing still being adhered to also seems questionable as only vaccinated residents participate. Separation at meals has residents sitting 6-10 feet apart. This alone makes it difficult to have conversations especially among those of us that have hearing problems. In my unprofessional opinion, I think it is now time to drop the masks and social distancing for residents while safely here in the ALF.Update....................................................................................................Since my last review much has happened. Covid restrictions have been changed. Residents no longer have to wear masks and social distancing at activities and in dining room have been eliminated. We can now engage in conversations without raising our voices. E.D.Brian and several of his staff along with Chef Gerry and his staff have and continue to pitch in to make the transition back to pre-covid days go extremely well. Tables in dining room and sitting arrangements were done quickly and everyone on the Mission Oaks Team have done a great job. Not unusual to find the Exec director or the Maintenance Director in the dining room taking breakfast orders and getting residents their first morning coffee.The care and concern for me and my fellow ALF Residents is amazing and truly appreciated. IMO, it is this concern for residents that makes Mission Oaks the premier ALF. Chef Gerry is also doing some great changes in the meals. Kudos to Gerry, Tina and Anthony and the Servers.Wish they all got extra money for all they have done during the past year during the pandemic and continue doing, while many people sit home and get checks from Uncle Sam for doing nothing.
We moved our 100 yr old Mother from Minnesota to Mission oaks last fall..I checked out several places before choosing Mission Oaks..it was certainly the right decision.We along with my Mother were treated with compassion and respect...We were allowed to visit with all the precautions due to covid...which was prohibited in Minnesota...she had lost 30 lbs while in isolation in the memory facility there..My Mother passed away in Nov. .but I am so happy she spent her last days with love and the caring staff at Mission Oaks..
I am a former employee (CNA/Med Tech), I am now a Physical Therapist Assistant working toward a Medical Doctorate. I can without a doubt say that Mission Oaks is one of the best ALF and Memory care facilities in the area. There is so much love given between the patients and the staff. It feels legitimately like a huge family. I sincerely thank them for every opportunity given, and as a medical professional I highly recommend Mission Oaks!
My parents moved from northern Wisconsin to Mission Oaks Assisted Living about 18 months ago. My husband and I looked at many facilities, but when we walked into Mission Oaks we both looked at each other and said "this is it". The atmosphere was homey, and the many staff and residents we met were so friendly and welcoming. The best thing was that everyone seemed happy! My parents and our family were made to feel such a part of their family. Staff are so caring, and very quick to respond to questions or concerns. When my dad became very ill Mission Oaks and Cornerstone Hospice worked together to make his last months as comfortable as possible, and his face lit up with a smile when any of the staff came into his room. After his passing I thought it might be difficult for mom to remain there with all the memories, but as she says "this is my home, these are my friends, and this is where I am staying". She loves the many activities and socializing with her neighbors. We love that she is close by, as independent as possible, and most of all so happy!
Writing a worthwhile review of an assisted living facility is almost as difficult as finding an assisted living facility that is suited to what you need. Simply put, Mission Oaks did a fine job taking care of my mother for 8 months. The facility was clean and well maintained. Meal choices were plentiful. The dining room was just like a restaurant. The CNAs really tried hard to take care of my mother even when she was not having one of her better days. I really liked the fact that there was certified nursing staff on duty 24/7. That was a key factor in being able to relax when I left the facility after a visit. Another big plus was that I had access to any of the staff that I needed to speak with or get information from. The Mission Oaks staff was part of the team that was taking care of my mother and we all worked together.My mother passed in August. Because of the efforts of the Mission Oaks team and the super care of the Cornerstone Hospice team, my mother was comfortable and well cared for right up until her last moments. I also have to mention here that Lisa Honka of Your Key to Senior Living Options was able to help us find Mission Oaks in a relatively short period of time due to her knowledge and experience. Mission Oaks had the trained staff and certifications to provide my mother the care she needed when she entered the facility and the care she may have needed in the future.Mission Oaks is worthy of your consideration.//
This facility has the best food. Some ALFs have a choice of 2 or 3 meals and consider that restaurant dining. This facility has 40-50 meals to pick from. They are also the most affordable for day respite. The facility had a perfect bill of health from the annual survey from the Agency for Health Care Administration - 2018.I would recommend this facility - but do not take my word for it speak to the family members that have family there.
This facility has the most loving staff in area. The staff turnover is low. The person in charge has been their for 4 to 5 years. I read the survey book in the front and they have zero citations from the state of FL in the last survey. I also read their wall of fame where they have family after family that says wonderful things about the facility. I'm scratching my head of why some people would write such horrible things about this wonderful building. Former employees? I would only assume. Go to the building meet the people - talk to the families that are currently their and read the fame board. Look at the survey book in the front and you will understand why this facility is truly 5 stars.
S.C. In rebuttal to the review by K.C. I have found staff of all colors in this facility. Everyone is extremely kind and attentive. Everything is very clean, and our particular resident is very pleased with the attention she receives. I think K.C. has a bad attitude for personal reasons.
On Aug. 16, 2013 I had the honor to meet with Dori Beard the Executive Director at Mission Oaks Assisted Living and Memory Care. I was impressed with her passion to provide a home atmosphere for the residents. She has developed the staff to have that same passion for what they do.I would recommend everyone that needs this type of care for their family to call Dori for a personal tour.I was especially impressed while she was giving me a tour, she stopped to provide care for one of the residents is distress. She spoke to the resident in a very caring and reassuring tone. I could tell she loves those for whom she cares for.Russ CritendonBanks/Page-Theus Funeral Home Wildwood, FL
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