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A fresh new perspective on retirement living!
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
The Black Cherry – Independent Living One Bedroom Suite
The English Oak – Independent Living Studio with Walkout
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."
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Frequently Asked Questions
When do I know if I should move to a Retirement Residence?
- 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