Seniors in Oklahoma can expect to pay an average of $3,750 per month for assisted living, which is less than the national average of $4,300. Low-income individuals who qualify for Medicaid may apply for Oklahoma’s Advantage Program Waiver, which helps pay for personal care services in the home or in an assisted living facility.
10 Best Assisted Living Facilities in Oklahoma
Brookdale Cedar Ridge, Broken Arrow
Brookdale Cedar Ridge is a pet-friendly community just a short drive from Bixby. Seniors stay socially engaged with choir club and bunco games, and stay looking their best by using the onsite hair and nail salon. Restaurant-style dining allows residents to choose from several delicious home-cooked options prepared to meet dietary requirements. Brookdale facilities are rated #1 in Customer Satisfaction by J.D. Power and Associates.
Cost begins around $3,800 per month.
Prairie House, Broken Arrow
Prairie House was developed in collaboration with St. John Broken Arrow Hospital, allowing residents to access excellent acute medical care if necessary. Onsite at Prairie House, a wellness director, registered nurses, on-call physicians, and 24-hour caregivers provide everything residents need to remain healthy as they age. To remain physically fit, seniors can take advantage of daily exercise programs, or they can walk their small pets on the outdoor walking trails. Breakfast is served all day for those who like to sleep in.
Cost begins at $3,250 per month.
Legend at Jefferson’s Garden, Edmond
Legend at Jefferson’s Garden has ample outdoor areas where seniors can exercise and breathe in fresh air. Residents have lots of opportunities to socialize such as mingling on patios, playing Bingo, participating in choir groups, and taking chauffeured trips to local entertainment venues. A caring staff is always available to help with grooming and mobility, and a variety of nutritional food choices is served three times a day.
Cost begins at $3,630 per month.
Villagio at Bradford Village, Edmond
Villagio at Bradford Village is situated on a 33-acre campus close to downtown. The community’s signature Rhythms Life Enrichment program offers a variety of clubs in which seniors enjoy social and educational opportunities. Whether they’re working on an art project, taking in a musical performance, or taking a trip to local shops and attractions, residents know that help is always available from caring staff members if needed.
Cost begins around $2,800 per month.
University Village, Tulsa
University Village is within walking distance of Oklahoma Surgical Hospital, bringing peace of mind that excellent acute medical help is nearby if needed. Caregivers at University Village offer help with medications, grooming, and housekeeping so residents can focus on enjoying activities such as bingo, arts and crafts, and gardening. If needed, skilled nursing and physical therapy services are available onsite.
Cost begins at $3,500 per month.
Residents of Bellarose enjoy a wide array of events, activities and classes designed to meet their interests. Water aerobics in a heated swimming pool facilitate mobility, while a fitness center has equipment to keep seniors strong. Neighbors love to socialize onsite in the courtyard, and also enjoy taking trips into town to enjoy all that Tulsa has to offer. Residents can choose from studios, one or two-bedroom apartments, all of which have kitchenettes and private bathrooms.
Cost begins at $3,670 per month.
Epworth Villa, Oklahoma City
Epworth Villa is a non-profit, pet-friendly community. Residents enjoy an extensive list of social activities like afternoon tea and build-your-own-sundae parties, and stimulating games like bingo and bunco. Friends and family members are welcome to join for a visit and often enjoy taking day trips with residents to local parks. Caregivers provide help with bathing and medication management as needed, and three delicious meals are served each day. Epworth offers an optional LifeCare plan in which residents pay the same price as they transition from Independent Living, to Assisted Living, to Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care.
Cost begins at $4,015 per month.
Quail Ridge, Oklahoma City
Quail Ridge is located close to a medical center and plenty of shops and restaurants. Residents enjoy special-interest outings into Oklahoma City, as well as a variety of social activities and classes onsite. Licensed nurses and staff members provide help with daily tasks, and occupational and physical therapists are available if needed. Restaurant-style meals are served three times a day, and a 24-hour beverage bar is open for thirst quenching any time of day.
Cost begins around $2,500 per month.
Green Tree, Sand Springs
Seniors at Green Tree live a care-free lifestyle while focusing on cultural, educational, and spiritual growth. Residents are treated to musical entertainment, group outings, and transportation to local worship services while caregivers are always nearby to ensure safety.
Financial counselors are on hand to help those who need advice, and a dedicated housekeeping staff keeps apartments clean and tidy. Anytime Dining service allows residents to order whenever they have a craving.
Cost begins around $3,000 per month.
Heritage Assisted Living, Yukon
Heritage is a pet-friendly community near popular shopping centers, premier restaurants and three major hospitals. Residents begin each day with morning exercises, enjoy excursions to local baseball games and shopping venues, participate in Bible study groups, and are treated to live performances and seasonal celebrations. Scheduled transportation is available for medical appointments, and a 24-hour emergency call system provides peace of mind.
Cost begins at $3,095 per month.