Frequently Asked Questions
What type of care do you offer?
Oak Meadows provides options for Independent Living (The Ponds), Assisted Living (The Pines), and Memory Care Living (The Woods). We offer a number of different floor plans suitable for individuals or couples. You can view these options under the “Communities” tab on the top menu.
Do you have home health care available?
Yes! We partner with Ebenezer, a well-regarded Minnesota based home care agency, to provide 24/7 home health care to the tenants that request it. Their mission, vision and philosophy are consistent with that of Oak Meadows.
Do you have any other partners?
Oak Meadows is a not-for-profit organization affiliated with the Minnesota Conference of the United Church of Christ (UCC) and a member for the Council for Health and Human Services Ministries of the UCC.
What are your social/spiritual activities?
We strive to provide a wide range of social activities, from trips and community outreach to church services and development programs. Our tenants enjoy as active a lifestyle as they prefer at Oak Meadows. To learn more about the specific activities we offer, please view the Activity Calendar.
Where are you located?
Oak Meadows is in Oakdale, Minnesota. We are at 8131-8133 Fourth St N, Oakdale, MN 55128. And located in Washington County. Minneapolis and Saint Paul are nearby, providing tenants and their families with easy access to shopping, hotels, and more. Oak Meadows is near major Twin Cities roads, but stays quiet and beautiful due to stunning landscaping.
Can I schedule a visit?
Absolutely! We are happy to have you visit our beautiful senior living community. Please contact us by calling (651) 578-0676 or emailing us at email@example.com. We look forward to meeting you!
Do you allow pets?
Yes, on a case by case basis. We also offer reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. Oak Meadows does have a number of visiting therapy dogs.
Do you allow smoking?
There is no smoking allowed inside the building.
Do you accept Elderly Waiver or Medicaid?
No, we are a private pay community.
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