Jim and Linda Blum – residents since 2014
We moved to Sherwood Oaks because we wanted to simplify our lives, enjoy our retirement, and Lifecare was very important to us guaranteeing us excellent, continuing care. Make the decision to move to Sherwood Oaks while you can enjoy it. Living here far exceeds our expectations. We’ve made many friends in a short period of time. The food and service is outstanding and the facilities are well maintained. Additionally, all the many activities are resident driven. The activities are what we like and want to do. A person can become involved in as few or as many committees and activities as he/she wants.
Joe and Peg Rychcik – residents since March 2015
As a second generation resident, none of the other retirement communities we visited could provide the campus amenities, opportunities, and employment longevity of the friendly caring employees that we experienced through the many years of visiting my parents at Sherwood Oaks. Lifecare was a central factor in choosing a retirement community. In evaluating the care at different levels (personal care, skilled nursing, and memory support) the accomodations and staff set Sherwood Oaks apart from other Lifecare communities. Every desired type of independent living choices are available on this beautiful expansive campus.
Resident representation on the Board of Directors and active participation by residents in the life of Sherwood Oaks was one of the reasons we chose to live here over other retirement locations that have no resident voice. There is an extensive list of activities and committees which cover a wide range of interests. Regular programs, special occasions and events all add to the full life we experience at Sherwood Oaks.
You’ll love it! Don’t say, “Someday!” Move here soon. If you’re in your 60’s like we are, it’s the ideal time to begin enjoying all that Sherwood Oaks offers. We have the peace of mind for our future health care, enjoy the gourmet meals, many social opportunities, a beautiful home on a picturesque campus, on-site conveniences and transportation to various venues. Take time to experience a tour to see for yourself just how wonderful retirement can be.
Christiane Majeski – resident since May 2014
I moved to Sherwood Oaks to become part of a lively, active community of interesting residents with many opportunities to continue, and to further my personal lifestyle, interests and activities. There is an abundance of activity whether you choose intellectual, sporty, musical or dining experiences, it’s all available! Sherwood Oaks encourages one to grow older with dignity. The smiles and happy faces everywhere are contagious. One could not ask for more!
Jean McLaughlin – resident since August 2009
My husband and I wanted to make the decision ourselves as to where we would spend our retirement years rather than our children (or others) making that decision for us. At Sherwood Oaks we are assured of all the help we need from very compassionate, kind people. Also, you can be busy and involved in many fun activities, if you’d like. At Sherwood Oaks we have a wonderful standard of living! Our three children told us this was the “best gift we’d ever given them.”
Ed and Jane Vidt – residents since 2007
The enjoyment of our life is secured and enhanced by a sort of permanently anchored cruise ship, with a fine dining room, an excellent library, a gift shop, a warm and spacious swimming pool, places for enjoying hobbies, and much more. We are glad we are living in Sherwood Oaks!
Dan Smyers – resident since 1998
Regardless of what happens my future is secure.
Henry Herchenroether – resident since 2003
I like the many and diverse opportunities to broaden and acquire new physical and mental skills as well as to maintain the interests developed over a lifetime. Most such opportunities are available through resident groups of similar interests with others such as physical fitness and swimming pool exercises and sports.
Tom and Juanita Manley – residents since 2007
The Sherwood Oaks continuing care concept is very important to us. It is a comfort to know that the assisted and skilled care facilities are in close proximity to our residence, which means that if one of us requires their use the other is still nearby and can easily visit.