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Oakmont Sterling – Video Chat With Your Loved One!

To Our Residents and Families of Oakmont Sterling:

Though we know that this is a trying time for all of us, our activities department is working hard to find unique ways to connect families, enrich lives, and keep our community engaged. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we will begin scheduling weekly Skype video chats until the temporary preventative lockdown has been lifted.

Beginning this week, families and friends can sign up for private video chats with loved ones inside of our community Monday through Friday via the Skype platform. To sign up for a chat, simply send me an email and be sure to include the following information:

  • Your Name
  • Your Skype Username
  • Resident Name
  • Timeslot and date you desire to Skype

I will be sending out a schedule each week to confirm appointments.

If you’re not a current Skype user, signing up for an account is both easy and free. Simply go to or your app store; download the app on your computer, smartphone, or tablet; and create a free account. If you have any additional questions about how to sign-up for Skype or would like to set up a chat using Facetime on your Apple device, please don’t hesitate to email me directly.

As we band together to keep our loved ones safe, our activities department looks forward to helping families stay connected and sharing smiles and stories.



Jodi Cavalier

Activities Director

Family Letter: Michele R. – Oakmont Sterling

Over the holiday season, many residents brought their families and friends to our communities for parties, get-togethers, and special visits. Being surrounded by such warmth and love made it a wonderful time of year for our seniors and staff.

We were so proud to receive the below letter from Michele R., whose grandparents call Oakmont Sterling home, and we wanted to share her touching words with you. We are so grateful for her kindness and beautifully crafted thoughts. 

To everyone at Oakmont,

It was so great meeting you over Thanksgiving week/weekend. It was my first time home since my grandparents (Rita and Joe) moved in, and I was so excited to see their new place. I think they were also happy to show it off to all the grandkids.

Thank you for everything you do. I’m very thankful my grandparents are surrounded by the kindest people with the most generous and big hearts. While I didn’t meet everyone, those I did get to meet were so friendly, and it’s easy to see why my grandparents are so happy.

My grandparents mean the world to me and there is nothing better than seeing them happily adjusting to their new home. I’m looking forward to seeing you all over the holidays, and of course every time I’m home.

Thank you again for all you do! Please share this note of thanks if possible with people who work at Oakmont.



Santa Visits Oakmont Sterling

Each year, old Saint Nick takes some time from his busy holiday schedule to visit our residents and their families at Oakmont Sterling. His visit is always the highlight of their annual holiday party which brings families together for delicious homemade cuisine, holiday entertainment, special goodies for the kids, and more!

This year, Santa heard wonderful wishes from many children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren and promised a merry holiday season for all. Thanks for visiting, Santa! 



Resident Letter: Shirley S.

Each and every day, our staff works hard to make sure life at every Oakmont Community is full of joy and happiness. That’s why we are so thrilled when we receive positive feedback from our residents and their families about their experiences with us.

Below is a letter we recently received at our corporate office from Shirly, a resident of Oakmont Sterling, who shared her thoughts about our Activity Assistant Debby. We are honored to share them with you:

November 18 – 2019

To Whom It May Concern:

I have been here at Oakmont Sterling for almost 4 months and I want to tell you about one of your very best employees. Her name is “Debby” and it is very difficult for me to tell you what her job is because she seems like she does everything. She helps everyone and no job is too difficult. 

I wanted to make you aware of her abilities and credentials.

Sincerely, Shirley S.

Oakmont Sterling Respite