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Oak Wood Estates Retirement Village is a certified Supportive Living facility. It opened in November 2009, next to Oak Lane Nursing & Rehab in Stronghurst, IL. Since 1989, Henderson County Retirement Center has been serving the needs of Henderson County & surrounding counties in Illinois. Oak Wood Estates offers spacious suites with views of our beautiful grounds. We offer many amenities; just a few are home cooked buffet meals, cable TV, wireless Internet, laundry services and many more. Pets less than 20 pounds are also welcomed as long as the residents are able to care for them. We have 24-hour care with a pleasant and friendly staff in a homelike environment.
Oak Wood Estates Retirement Village is a participant in the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services Supportive Living program. This program is designed as an alternative to skilled nursing. It brings affordable housing and a wide array of services to seniors 65 and older.
Oak Wood Estates welcomes low income Senior Citizens with minimal physical disabilities. The main advantage of being a Supportive Living facility is that the Illinois Medicaid program will pay for a portion or all of the medical care for eligible residents. Oak Wood Estates accepts Private Pay, Illinois Medicaid, Long Term Care Insurance and Veterans Benefits.
Oak Wood Estates caters to individuals who require a little extra help but insist on staying independent in a maintenance-free environment. At Oak Wood Estates, you will be surrounded by a caring and compassionate staff with a vast array of services and amenities in a 20-bed facility.
Oak Wood Estates is certified by the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services and is affiliated with Life Services Network and Affordable Assisted Living Coalition.
We are a not-for-profit facility, which is governed by a nine member Board of Directors from the surrounding communities. Meetings are held annually to elect directors and to be brought up-to-date on the undertakings of the facility.