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Savannah at The Oaks

Get ready to be pampered

Savannah at The Oaks is an elegant option for assisted living services that offers: 

  • Choice of 20 floor plans in studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments 
  • Elegant, tasteful décor for an abundance of common areas 
  • Wrap-around veranda overlooking beautiful gardens 
  • Loft-style club room with television, game tables and comfy seating 
  • Arbor Room with full kitchen perfect for baking classes and social gatherings 
  • On-site fitness/exercise studio 
  • Octagonal dining room with large windows 
  • Access corridor to Tower at The Oaks Spa & Wellness Center 
  • And plenty of amenities and options to support your lifestyle

The building’s architecture reflects that of its neighbor, the Tower at The Oaks, both designed by an award-winning architectural firm known for its expertise in senior living.

With our attractive gated campus with 24/7 security and access to all of the wonderful campus amenities, you’re going to Live Here and Love It!

 

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    Daisy Rudd Heitner is 96 years young. With a peaches and cream complexion, a twinkle in her eyes and a smile that rarely leaves her face, she exhibits a joie de vivre that is refreshing for someone her age.
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    Oaks Residents Begin to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
    Healthcare providers from Willis-Knighton Health System came to The Oaks of Louisiana on Thursday and were greeted with applause by residents anxious to receive a vaccination for the prevention of the COVID-19 virus.
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    Health Center Residents Get Special Christmas Gift
    Clara Wilkinson pushes Frances Kurz, 94, down the hall in her wheelchair from her room at Health Center at Live Oak. Kurz’s tiny frame strikes a regal pose, her eyes twinkling behind wire rim glasses as she passes the nurses’ station toward what residents and staff refer to as “the bridge.”
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