is surrounded with thoughts of issues and loss. Frequently those
nagging thoughts overtake the many memories and hopes of the past.
If you are lucky you have experienced passion and it can remain
an active part of your consciousness. This rekindling of experiences
that set your imagination on fire is what makes life worth living.
Crest continues its mission today by meeting the changing needs
of seniors and their families while maintaining a current approach
to care; networking within the community for service excellence;
and striving for excellence in value and ethics.
As we age we learn our
limitations, although we become aware of how quickly time passes,
how precious the days become when there are worthwhile activities
be part of and how great it is to have people with which we share experiences.
It is frequently said that “if you don’t use it you lose it”,
and if you think about that adage you will probably recall many things
that you used to do but stopped and now feel that they are out of reach.
you may think that you are too old to pick up a new language or the computer,
at Oak Crest we have seen folks surprise themselves with these very new
Oak Crest Philosophy is very simple: “Treat each person as
you would like to be treated” and as if that individual were
your mother or father, grandfather or grandmother, the loved one
you care most about.
With this thought in mind you can see how we
are led to frequently describe our organization and its staff,
members and volunteers
Founded in 1904, Oak Crest has always had as
its mission to provide a comfortable and dignified home for older
To meet the changing needs of seniors
and their families while maintaining a current approach to care;
community for service excellence,
value and ethics.