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Astoria Senior Living Oakdale, CA
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Say hello to the friendliest senior residence in one of the friendliest small towns in California
Oakdale is a charming community of just 20,000 people, adjacent to the Sierra Nevada foothills and not far from Yosemite National Park. Known as the Cowboy Capital of the World, it’s got a bustling downtown, museums, quaint shops, and fun events like the Oakdale Chocolate Festival. And of course, there’s a rodeo!
Agemark couldn’t resist the opportunity to acquire this small assisted living residence in 2014, with its original red tile roof, beautiful residents and exceptionally caring staff. The building had been Oakdale’s first hospital, years ago, and it was ready for a complete renovation.
Construction started in early 2015 and was completed the following year. In addition to new dining, living and activity rooms, landscaping, and upgraded resident rooms, an expansion was built to accommodate up to thirteen individuals with Alzheimer’s and other dementia conditions.
Astoria Senior Living can also serve as many as thirty seniors who do not need memory care.
Astoria residents experience life to the fullest
Our signature wellness program, LifeCycles, is designed to help each person make the most of every day. Daily activities nurture all four elements of wellness: social, intellectual, physical and spiritual.
Whether memory impaired or not, residents are constantly on the go. They visit the beach in Pacifica, have cookouts at Pinecrest Lake, and cheer the Modesto Nuts, a local minor league baseball team. One resident even threw the first pitch, and another was named MVP.
They stay busy at home, too — with music, games, exercise, and weekly baking or art projects.
Aren’t these the things that make life worth living?
Our residents receive the very best of care, but what truly sets Astoria apart from other senior living alternatives is what we do for our families.
We understand that families often want to care for their loved one themselves, and may feel guilty if career, children or environment makes home care an untenable or unsafe solution. That’s why Astoria is committed to serving the family as well as the resident.
Educational resources are available to Astoria families. There are also special speakers and programs, plus Family Traditions events that are planned throughout the year. This is how priceless memories are made.
For those who still care for someone with Alzheimer’s at home, Astoria offers support services that include short term care options and a monthly caregiver support meeting.
Through these activities, events and services, families have more opportunities to enjoy and appreciate each other. And by letting Astoria worry about providing day-to-day care to their loved one, they’re free to just focus on spending quality time together.