From the Provider
Confidence and Convenience
You want to enjoy the same conveniences you always have. Your loved ones want to feel confident that you will be cared for as you age. By becoming a resident of Brandon Oaks, you take care of yourself and the people you love. Whether you live independently or require access to assisted living or skilled nursing care, all of your retirement and healthcare needs can be met right here on our beautiful campus.
In 2008, Brandon Oaks completed an assisted living expansion that sets the new standard for assisted living accommodations. Each well-designed one-bedroom apartment is built with the quality of detail and finish you won’t find just anywhere, and each apartment is equipped with a kitchenette that has a small refrigerator and microwave oven, as well as a living room, private bath with safety equipped showers and walk-in closet.
Brandon Oaks resident members have priority access to our assisted living accommodations as part of their LifeCare residency agreement. We offer direct admittance to our assisted living facility as space allows.
Services and Amenities
- 24-hour licensed nurses/certified nursing assistants
- 24-hour security and emergency response systems
- Emergency response system
- Three menu-selected meals each day in our gracious dining room
- Special diets and snacks
- Daily housekeeping and weekly linen service
- Medication management by licensed personnel
- Assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming
- On-site access to rehabilitation services
- Scheduled transportation to doctors and shopping
- Physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Access to our Health and Vitality Center and all other community amenities
- Beauty and barber shop
- A variety of social activities
Schedule a Visit
To inquire about direct admission to our Assisted Living residence, please call (540) 776-2600, extension 674 to speak with our Assisted Living manager.
Reviews of Brandon Oaks
Average Rating: based on 3 Reviews
I visited this facility
Brandon Oaks is an excellent facility because I believe it offers lots of entertainment and activity for its residents, all located within the heart of the Roanoke area, making it a convenient location for both the residents and family and friends who would like to visit them. When I visited my friend who had been diagnosed with an untimely illness, she seemed to be in great spirits. Not only had she made several new friends at the Brandon Oaks facility, the staff also treated her courteously and with utmost respect. It genuinely makes me happy to see that my friend has adapted so well to such a dramatic change in her life, and I strongly believe that Brandon Oaks' quality of service helped make this difficult transition much easier for everyone. I am even considering, one day in the future when I need assistance in my life, to choose Brandon Oaks as the facility that I choose to stay in.
I visited this facility
I found this living provider to be one of the nicer homes that I have found myself in. I went to visit a neighbor, and entered into a nice lobby, and was greeted by a person at the desk around the corner. They even had birds in the living room. I was there after dinner, but I saw that there was a schedule for many fun activities for the residents to partake in during the week (BINGO, Wii, special song shows, and ones that involved children). My neighbor had a roommate, but everyone seemed very happy and the care was beyond adequate and the place was quite staffed. I will certainly be looking into this for my parents when they need it.
Friend or relative of resident
My grandmother was a resident at Brandon Oaks from 1989 until her death in 1991. It is my opinion that she received excellent care during her time at this assisted living facility. I remember visiting her on a regular basis and being pleased with the friendliness of the caregivers and staff, the cleanliness of her room and the facility at large, and the care taken to beautify the surroundings of the facility. My grandmother loved nature and the outdoors, and I remember being able to look outside the window of her first-floor room and see trees in bloom and an array of flowers for her to look at and enjoy, and how happy this made her. All, in all, I while I still miss my grandmother tremendously, I am thankful she was able to spend her last years at Brandon Oaks, where I know she received the loving care she needed and where the staff really cared about her as a individual.