Assisted Living

Colonial Oaks Assisted Living is part of Colonial Oaks Retirement Community, a continuing care campus that complements the active living lifestyle of the community. With skilled nursing and rehabilitation on-site, Colonial Oaks Assisted Living residents and families enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing that more healthcare options are available should they ever be needed.

When relaxing in your new apartment, do not be surprised if a neighbor drops by for a visit. Have a cup of coffee, or join others for lunch and enjoy an outing in the afternoon. Thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of today’s active seniors, all of our apartments are inviting. Private and companion apartments are available featuring:

  • One and two bedroom options
  • Kitchenettes with refrigerator and microwave
  • Private bathrooms with walk-in showers
  • Individually controlled air conditioning and heat
  • A variety of upgrades and options


      Our amenities are the special little touches that make Colonial Oaks different.  Designed to make life stress-free, we take care of all life’s little worries while offering many opportunities to enhance daily living.

      • Beauty services
      • Exercise class
      • Scheduled transportation
      • Computer center to stay in touch with friends and family
      • Private dining for special occasions


            Robert Boyer
            Robert Boyer
            23:04 08 Jul 18
            I am getting fustrated. The staff is wonderful. Aids are polite and will do almost anything for my wife. I guess... Madicare is the big problem. My wife fell in May and broke her pelvis and thigh bone. She had one of the best surgeons in the area. The Dr insisted that she not put any weight on the injured leg until July 3. There was another delay that was not her fault That is all I will say about yhat for now. She had X-Rays on July 3 and was cleared to put weight on her leg. She and I were both excited that Physical Therapy could finally start on that leg. On July 4 we were given a paper that says she has to go home In two days. NO THERAPY ON BAD LEG. I have appealed that three times now. Nothing gained on this more
            Mike Rohn
            Mike Rohn
            21:04 30 May 18
            Good as it gets. Clean everything including the country air. faint sounds of the College Stadium in the distance.
            Autumn Shugart
            Autumn Shugart
            19:10 02 Aug 17
            My father-in-law was here for rehab following a work accident and we couldn't have been happier with the care he... received! The staff is friendly and very caring. Would highly recommend to anyone for either rehab or long term more
            Bob Tomling
            Bob Tomling
            19:58 14 Apr 13
            I am so happy my grandmother decided to live here. She is well taken care of but still independent. Exactly the way I... wanted her home to be. She can live like she is by her self but be watched at the same more
            James Knight
            James Knight
            04:17 05 Mar 13
            My mother in law is currently at Colonial Oaks in Marion and I've got to say it has been a blessing to our family... during this long and painful process. The staff has been wonderful, from the nurses to the doctors, kitchen and even the maintenance guy has been courteous, polite and always smiling. We've appreciated the caring attitude of everyone and we're glad we made the more
            Kt Conner
            Kt Conner
            20:55 20 Feb 13
            We were looking for a place for my 86 yo mother, who was joining us in Indiana from out of state. New here ourselves,... we searched all of the area facilities and, out of all of them within our area, chose Colonial Oaks Health because it offered so much more for the $. The independent living unit we chose for Mom, with residents coming and going, excitedly talking about their activities, including resident-initiated groups, community service, trips and tours, classes, clubs, worship opportunities, and movie nights. She lives in a one-bedroom unit, where seniors come to continue living, not just while away the rest of their years. Mom now is involved in so many activities she has to pick and choose. We feel so safe with her at Colonial Oaks Health, they always have medical staff available and clinic, their security crew and other staff is always on top of things, and the staff from top to bottom really cares. They seem to always be looking for ways to be better, and have lots of resident councils. As we age, we worry about the uncertainties tomorrow will bring, and what will happen to us. This is something that sealed the deal for us: Colonial Oaks Health has a continuing care feature--no matter what happens with Mom--needing assisted living, nursing care, rehab, etc, she would have it right there on site, and with people she trusts and that know her and care. Having to make just one choice, rather than an unknown series of them over years to come was a true relief for Mom and the rest of the family. A number of senior couples take advantage of the multiple living levels-- sometimes I'll see one of a couple (from independent living) pushing around a wheelchair with spouse in from the nursing facility or separate Alzheimers unit in the building that is connected with a breezeway--the best possible situation I can imagine if I was ever in this tough situation. For the record, I don't work for Colonial Oaks Health, and didn't even know about it until a number of people at our church said they had chosen Colonial Oaks Health for their parents. But I do wish I had looked at Colonial Oaks Health first, and I would have saved myself a lot of time looking. We are very happy we chose Colonial Oaks Health, and would suggest it to more
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