at Oakpark Retirement
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We Have It All
Oakpark’s common areas are spacious and interlinked, essentially providing all the amenities and interaction of life within a small village.
Residents can meet in small or large groups, enjoy chatting with their closest friends, or getting together with all of the residents for meetings, parties and entertainment. All common areas are comfortably air-conditioned, equipped with modern fire alarm and sprinkler systems, and surveillance cameras monitoring entrances and exits. The entire building is smoke-free including all residents’ suites.
Did you know
Our main lounge has an inviting fireplace and grand piano for entertainment and sing-a-longs.
List of Amenities
View our unique floor plans below or visit our sales office and see why Oakpark is the perfect mix of urban living and serene parkland.
Elegant Dining Room with flexible meal plans
Library with internet computer area
Complimentary Laundry Facilities on each floor (excluding Memory Care floor)
Home Theatre Room with big screen TV
Arts & Crafts Room
Well-Equipped Exercise Room
Lounge with a grand piano for entertainment
Wellness Centre with our supportive health care team on duty at all times
Private dining room that can be reserved for special visits from family and friends
Memory Care Floor with separate lounge areas, large outdoor patio, dining room and an abundance of scheduled activities which provides a warm and caring environment for residents with dementia
Heated underground parking garage
What our Residents are Saying
“My husband and I stayed in the guest suite for 2 nights in April 2016, while visiting my Mum who resides here. Our stay was outstanding. The facility was well maintained and the staff were helpful with any queries and friendly. We felt welcomed. Three meals a day were included in the very reasonable overnight rate. Food was excellent.”
“My mother has lived at Oakpark for 8 years now. The staff are always friendly & very helpful...always going the extra mile to assist my mother & the other Residents.”