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Frequently Asked Questions
Following are questions we hear most often about retirement living at Copeland Oaks. If you need additional information or would like to take a tour of our community, please call Karla at 330-938-7760 or Tony at 330-938-1033 – or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage you to contact us as often as you wish with your questions or requests. We are here to serve you.
What type of residential housing do you offer?
Copeland Oaks offers an array of charming villa homes, spacious apartments and private assisted living residences. There are a variety of sizes from which to choose to accommodate your preferences and taste.
Can I decorate my residence any way I want?
Yes. Your home should reflect your personal style and be a place where you love to spend time. We encourage you to decorate your apartment or villa any way you desire.
What are the age requirements for moving to Copeland Oaks?
Copeland Oaks is open to adults who are 55 years of age and older.
Are there overnight accommodations if I have out-of-town visitors?
Yes. If you need extra room for family and friends who are staying overnight, we have comfortable guest rooms that can be reserved.
Can I bring my pet to Copeland Oaks?
Absolutely! Copeland Oaks is a pet friendly community. We feel, not only do pets promote health and happiness among seniors, but they are also a part of the family. Copeland Oaks allows residents to have up to two pets per household in any type of independent living villa or apartment, as well as assisted living apartments. Residents with pets are asked to adhere to our community pet policy.
Can I keep seeing my own doctor when I move to Copeland Oaks?
Yes. You have the choice of using your own physician or one of the visiting doctors in our on-site Health Clinic, which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Is there a waiting list to move in?
Some floor plans have a waiting list. We suggest you plan ahead and join the priority list, even if you’re not ready to move right away.