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Raising the Bar of Retirement Living

Welcome to Oakcrossing Retirement Living, London’s premiere retirement residence. Get ready for something new in retirement living – offering a large variety of spacious studios, one bedrooms and two bedroom suites, some featuring walkouts, balconies and even ensuite laundry – all with equally beautiful finishes and thoughtful touches.

The residence has an elegant dining room, pub/bistro, lounges, hair salon & spa, cinema, library, greenhouse and so much more. The building design sets the stage for life at Oakcrossing Retirement Living: delicious meals, a robust leisure and fitness program, first-rate hospitality services like housekeeping & laundry, and the security of support & healthcare services if needed. All the best that retirement living can offer, rolled up in one fulfilling new lifestyle.

Oakcrossing Retirement Living
1238 Oakcrossing Road
London, ON, N6H 0K2
519.641.3131
Oakcrossing | General Manager | peopleCare Community
Carol Bradley
Executive Director
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Enriching Lives Oakcrossing Retirement Living Invites University Students to Live with Seniors

Winter Wonderland Christmas Open House

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Help us celebrate our first Christmas. Be our guest for an evening of food, drink and friendship and learn about all that Oakcrossing Retirement Living has to offer.

Friday, December 15th, 2017, starting at 7:00 p.m.

Please RSVP by calling 519 641 3131.

You're Invited Oakcrossing Retirement Living is Open!

If you would like to see what everyone is so excited about – and reserve your suite choice, register now by contacting us.

The excitement is just starting!

Senior residences – redefined. Service Package Options

Oakcrossing Retirement Living is a place to enjoy at any stage of your retirement.  Let us take care of the chores while you spend time doing what you love.  At Oakcrossing Retirement Living we offer two service packages plus options to customize life to your own style and your own needs.

Make room for living right. Amenities

Oakcrossing Retirement Living is a community within a community for residents to enjoy. From cocktails at Blackfriars Pub to our Serenity Spa, Oakcrossing offers something for everyone. Learn more about all our feature amenities today.

Your future lives here.

Floorplans & Suites

The Red Maple – Independent Living Two Bedroom Suite with Balcony

902
sq. ft.

The Black Cherry – Independent Living One Bedroom Suite

634
sq. ft.

The English Oak – Independent Living Studio with Walkout

398
sq. ft.
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Oakcrossing Retirement Living in London, Ontario

Retirement living has never looked – or tasted – so good! Experience Oakcrossing Retirement Living for yourself. Join us for a personal visit and be our guest for a delicious meal. Let us show you all that Oakcrossing Retirement Living has to offer.

Dine in Style Dining at Oakcrossing Retirement Living

Dining at Oakcrossing Retirement Living is a celebration of food.

The menu offers a variety of freshly prepared meals reflective of the tastes and preferences of those who live with us. The varied choices are not only high in nutritional value, but look and taste great. It is like having a personal chef in your own home.

Enjoy meals with friends and family in a relaxing, social environment in one of the beautifully appointed dining rooms. If you are hosting a private function, the Norton Estates Private Family Dining Room and patio is available for your pleasure.

Though I joined peopleCare less than three years ago, I’ve realized that working here is so much more than a job. The company’s focus, to offer the best life experience to our residents, is complemented with its priority to ensure that all team members can grow their skills and build their careers. peopleCare listens and works alongside the employees. You always have someone you can trust."

peopleCare Communities is a unique blend of family values and leading-edge practices. Decades of passion for quality service have created senior living residences for which peopleCare Communities are known.

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Oakcrossing Retirement Living
1238 Oakcrossing Road
London, ON, N6H 0K2
519.641.3131

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to live in a Retirement Home / Residence?

The cost of living in a Retirement Residence varies by location, suite type and service package.

Are subsidies available for Retirement Homes / Residences?

Subsidies are not available in private pay Retirement Residences in Ontario.

What furniture do I bring to a Retirement Home / Residence?

Most residences have floor plans available so you can plan what furniture, art and accessories you would like to bring prior to your move.

Do I have to sign a lease in a Retirement Home / Residence?

Retirement Homes are covered under the Residential Tenancies Act. You will sign a Residency Agreement but only 30 days’ notice is required to terminate the agreement.

Do I have to purchase a unit to live in a Retirement Home / Residence?

No, accommodations in Retirement Homes are all rentals.

Can I bring my pet to a Retirement Home / Residence?

Many Retirement Residences welcome pets but ask to be certain. If pets are allowed, you are fully responsible for your pet and to provide an emergency contact should you be unable to care for it.

Are Retirement Homes / Residences licensed?

Retirement Homes in Ontario are licensed under the Retirement Homes Act and covered by the Residential Tenancies Act.  You can find more information on the Ontario Retirement Communities Association website at www.orcaretirement.com. 

Is alcohol served in Retirement Homes / Residences?

It depends on the residence. Many have fully licensed dining rooms, pubs or other areas. Happy hours are very common. Ask at those Homes you are interested in to determine if this is the case.

When do I know if I should move to a Retirement Residence?

People consider a move if:
  • they are lonely
  • find themselves with too much time and too little to do
  • find maintaining their home difficult
  • are feeling nervous or insecure in their home
  • would benefit from better nutrition or have health care issues

Where can I learn more about Retirement Homes / Residences in my area?

The Ontario Retirement Communities Association (ORCA) represents more than 90% of the retirement homes in Ontario and maintains a list on its website:  www.orcaretirement.com. There are also many websites that can provide information listings such as www.senioropolis.com and www.thecareguide.com.