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Program Details

Type
Assisted living
Retirement community
Accommodations
Studio
One bedroom
Two bedroom
Furnished unit
Private room
Kitchenette
Semi-private room
Specialized Services
Alzheimers/Dementia care
Rehab care
On-site nurse available
Personal care services
Medical psych unit
Wellness programs
ALS care
Parkinsons care
Diets Supported
All
Amenities
Linen service
Laundry service
Guest meals
Guest parking
Beauty/Barber shop
Activities
Educational programs
Creative activities
Off-site excursions
Book clubs
Fitness classes
Organized cocial gatherings
Spiritual gatherings
Resident and family meetings

Cost & Availability

Type Rate Rate Type Availability
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Ratings & Reviews

( 2)
Chile
02/02/2020
Zero
Sandy
10/20/2013
My Mother lived at Oakmont of Chino Hills for 4+ years. She loved it there, the caregivers were wonderful and she had many friends. The only complaint that I have at this time, is that they couldn't or would'nt provide insulin care for her diabetes once she became unable to inject it herself due to dementia and physical strength. We had to move mom to another facility a few miles away, where she didn't know anyone; no friends, and new caregivers she wasn't familiar with. It would have been nice to keep her where she had friends and people who loved her during the last 4 months of her life, and Oakmont wasn't able to provide that for her. I think they could have adopted a plan of care for those people who are diabetic (I'm sure there are plenty at Oakmont) bringing on an RN as they do at another facility, Pacifica, where we had to move Mom. The RN would come in just for the meal times and provide the insulin injections just for those residents.
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