Category Archives: News

Calling All High-School-Aged Volunteers: We Want You!

Are you a high-schooler age 16+ who is looking for volunteer opportunities this summer? Do you need to fulfill a volunteer requirement for a college or trade school application? 

Oakmont Senior Communities are seeking volunteers age 16 and older to help keep our communities great places to live for our seniors! 

Though our volunteer spots are limited, they offer a variety of different vocations and areas of interest to explore including work with our seniors, during activities, and inside/outside in our communities.

If you’re interested, please fill out the form below and a member of our team will reach out to you for a short interview.  

Apply to be an Oakmont Volunteer

Happy Memorial Day 2021!

Memorial Day is a wonderful time to BBQ, relax, and spend time with family and friends. And it’s also a great time to honor and remember the countless Americans who have selflessly served in our Armed Forces.

Over the years, our Oakmont Family has included a great many veterans of the Army, Navy, Airforce, Marines, and Coastguard and we are honored that they chose to call our communities home.

To all of them and all who have served our country and protected our freedom, we wish you a Happy Memorial Day.  

 

 

Studies Indicate Pfizer Vaccine Protects Against the Most Severe Outcomes of Variants

New research published just this week shows that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine protects those who have received it against some of the most severe outcomes of several of the new virus variants currently circling the globe. Specifically, for seniors age 85 and older, the vaccine was more than 94 percent effective at preventing infection, hospitalization, and death.

As most of the residents and staff in our communities received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, we are excited to read this wonderful and uplifting news! Thank you to the teams at Pfizer-BioNTech, as well as the Wayne County and Macomb County health departments for helping us scheduling 10 successful vaccine clinics at our communities earlier this year! 

Read the full story about the vaccine study here.

Happy Easter from Your Oakmont Family!

For those who celebrate, Easter is usually a time we spend with family and friends, communities and congregations. Though things may look a little different this year, each of our Oakmont Communities has worked hard to keep the spirit of the season alive with crafts, special treats, and celebrations that keep our residents safe and engaged. 

Though we may not be able to all celebrate together as we wish, tomorrow continues to look brighter than ever. It is our sincere hope that all of our family members, friends, neighbors, and loved ones enjoy a wonderful and healthy holiday – and that we are all together soon.

Happy Easter from your Oakmont Family!

 

Congratulations to Rose and her grandson Grant!

Oakmont Sterling would like to wish hearty congratulations to Grant S. – grandson of our resident Rose – and his entire Troy Ducks hockey team for their championship win in the District 3 championship game! 

Grant was so proud of his victory, he wanted to share it with his Grandma Rose. So he dropped off his medal and she proudly wore it around our community and showed it off to all of her friends. 

Congratulations to Grant, the Troy Ducks, and Grandma Rose!