Sensations Dining

Designed to encourage balance at every meal. 

Dining at Oasis at Dodge Park

Some of the most exciting times happen three times a day at Oasis at Dodge Park. That’s when residents sit down in the “Sensations” dining room to enjoy healthy, delicious meals made from scratch complete with friendly tableside service, sparkling china, and linen tablecloths and napkins.

Our Chefs prepare daily menus filled with international cuisines and artistically prepared meals to suit every palate. Using the freshest ingredients available, our chefs create mouthwatering appetizers, entrees and desserts that keep our residents taste buds tingling. You’ll also love the selections during themed parties and other special events.

The dining programs at Oasis at Dodge Park are adapting to current trends. Our communities aim to replicate the experience of eating-out or staying at a resort– this strategy can be a very helpful way to ease a new resident’s transition, especially if they are dealing with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Residents want to enjoy the comforts of home, or be reminded of their favorite restaurants.

Find the peace of mind you’ve been looking for with the memory program at Oasis at Dodge Park.

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A Restaurant Experience

A Restaurant Experience

Health choices and a true dining experience

The uniqueness of the meal program at our communities is that we focus on table service, which not only replicates the restaurant experience, but makes dining more convenient for residents with limited mobility and promotes a true dining experience (as opposed to a cafeteria format or tray format at other facilities).

Fresh Ingredients & Service

Fresh Ingredients & Service

Reminded of their favorite restuarants

Our dietary department managers are regularly stress the importance of leafy, green vegetables and unprocessed whole grains. These foods are rich in mineral content and fiber–things especially important for seniors, many of whom are dealing with diabetes, histories of heart complications, and high blood pressure.
Supervision of Licensed Dietitian

Supervision of Licensed Dietitian

Introduce new flavors, textures and tastes

It may be easier for the elderly to fight osteoporosis with beans, nuts, chickpeas, and lentils rather than exclusively consuming animal protein. There is now better understanding of lean protein sources and low-fat dairy products. We are very proud also to introducing foods rich in antioxidants–blueberries, red grapes, kale, and sweet potatoes–that carry the added benefit of Vitamins A & C, calcium, and omega-3s.