Treyton Oak Towers would have been the second option. The rooms were very spacious and well laid-out. We went there a couple of times, and the staff was very knowledgeable but not so friendly. We were never invited to taste the food.
Reviews of Treyton Oak Towers | Continuing Care Retirement Community
November 27, 2017
I visited this facility
March 27, 2015
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Actually my mother picked Treyton Oak for herself because it has so many different levels of care. You don't have to move from the building to another facility. From independent living, you can have personal care which is a little bit different to assisted living but similar. You can also have nursing home care. So with it having so many levels of care, it was really a much smoother transition for her. She could have two meals a day in the dining room. They have a lot of activities available to them. They have transportation if they need to go to the grocery store twice a week. They can get transportation to some of the arts in town if they like to go to the orchestral concert or to the theater. She thought it was the best place for her needs. The staffs are very friendly and caring. Once in a while, one particular person tends to offer more than he is capable of delivering, but there are enough other people there to fill in the gaps that it's never been a problem.
About Treyton Oak Towers
Refund Plans: 90%; Declining Balance (Price: 71% of Entrance Fee). Age related Endowment Fee. Also offer rental at higher monthly fee. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on discounted Fee-For-Service basis.
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