Oak Park® Place in the News

What’s Happening at Oak Park® Place?

So much is happening in our Oak Park® Place communities! To learn more, please click on the links below.


12/1/2011 - Oak Park Place-Madison Provides a Full Continuum of Care

The full continuum of care offered at Oak Park® Place Madison includes independent living at The Arbors, assisted living in The Grove, memory care at Autumn Lane®, premier state-of-the-art post-acute rehabilitation services, and skilled nursing care...

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12/1/2011 - Oak Park® Place: Local Business Dedicated to Quality Care and Services for Residents

Wisconsin State Journal
7/29/2011

Scott Frank is a Madison native who grew up playing sports, working local factory and construction jobs, and enjoying all Dane County has to offer.

He is founder and CEO of Oak Park Place LLC senior living communities, offering quality care and services in a comfortable environment, focusing on residents’ whole-person wellness through daily life, activities, and events.

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12/1/2011 - WTDY Brain Fitness for Memory Impairment

All About Living with Carol Koby, WTDY

As growing numbers of people are being diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment and early stage Alzheimer's, there is a new focus on maximizing their mental capabilities and quality of life...

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12/1/2011 - For The Record with Neil Heinen - YouTube

Aug 30, 2011 - 15 min - Uploaded by alzwisc

Paul Rusk, Executive Director of the Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance, and Jean Bachuber, Director of...

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12/1/2011 - An Enriching Lifestyle at Oak Park Place

All About Living with Carol Koby, WTDY

Using lessons from The Blue Zones: Lessons from People Who Have Lived the Longest, by Dan Buettner, the National Geographic journalist, Oak Park Place, a senior living community providing a Continuum of Care, focuses on wellness as they strive to meet the individual needs of their residents.

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