Living Options

Skilled Nursing Care

Loving care to the glory of God is not just our motto. It’s what we do.

Highland Oaks is a Nursing Home that provides skilled and intermediate care for 50 people (4 private rooms, 23 shared rooms). Registered and Licensed Practical Nurses provide 24/7 nursing care.  Ample certified nursing assistants provide for the personal care needs of each resident.


  • Outdoor Garden areas
  • Salon and Therapy rooms
  • Beautiful Activity Room
  • Town Square
  • Bistro & Puzzle area
  • Bird aviary, Pianos and more


Our goal is to make dining as enjoyable of an experience as possible. We do this by incorporating as much of a home-like atmosphere as possible. Family and friends are always welcome to join any meal.

We serve a variety of homemade style meals prepared in-house for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A variety of ice creams, pudding, jello, fruit, snacks, and beverages are available anytime, including special requests.

At breakfast, hot and cold cereal, fresh eggs, and breakfast meats are served upon request and prepared as ordered. The noon Dinner is typically a choice between two meals and is the main meal of the day. During supper, a choice of a main entree and lighter fare is provided. Substitute choices are always available.

Our seasonal menus are on a five week cycle and are changed every spring and fall. Once a month residents choose a special “Meal of the Month.”  We also enjoy celebrating many national food holidays, such as Watermelon Day and Chocolate Shake Day, with residents and staff.

Medical therapy

Highland Oaks offers a range of therapy services as prescribed by the attending physician, including:

  • Physical therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Podiatry
  • Dental care

We encourage residents’ families to participate in developing care plans. This helps residents retain or regain their self worth and independence. Care plans are designed to maximize:

  • Mobility or potential for mobility
  • Potential for rehabilitation
  • Comfort

Transition process

When you’re ready to move in to Highland Oaks, our Social Service Designee carefully explains all the details of “Life at Highland Oaks” to both residents and their families, while gathering information that is essential for a smooth transition to residency. The Social Service Designee also consults on a regular basis with residents and families on special problems, concerns and questions while serving as Highland Oaks representative at Resident Advisory Council meetings. Council members are residents who desire to have a say in Highland Oaks policies that affect them.

To assure that high quality up-to-date services are offered to our residents, we also have a Mastered Social Worker and recreational Therapist with several years of geriatric experience to consult with our Social Service Designee and Activity director.

How to apply

Complete the Resident Application to start your move to Highland Oaks or join our waiting list.