1515 Kingsridge Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
Live an active, dignified retirement at Village on the Park at Oklahoma City — a senior community specializing in comfortable retirement living while nurturing healthy relationships and individuality. Charming, updated interiors, top-quality design, and nostalgia combine to make our community a welcoming home where family and friends can reconvene every evening. Comfort isn’t our only specialty, we also ensure residents’ safety and security. While we promote independence, we also provide onsite care management teams available throughout day and night if needed. We are a pet-friendly community too, so feel free to bring your beloved furry friends to join along the fun with our family of caregivers. Contact one of our Senior Living Advisors today and we’ll find a spot just for you.
Our staff members are available around the clock for any immediate needs. Good nutrition and health is a priority here, so we provide three, chef-prepared meals a day in our lovely dining hall. We also offer regular fitness programs in our onsite gym. To keep everyone active and social, we coordinate planned activities and events both on and off site, and we even offer transportation services! Our local landmark tour is a real hit among residents, for a...
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The residents were involved and seemed happy. Staff was seen all around the property. The lighting was warm, the place seemed very inviting.
They have really fun activities, and a wide variety to choose from. The activities were pretty limited but they are slowly starting to pick up back up. We have a one bedroom apartment, it is a little smaller but adequate in size. We think the value is very good, and we would definitely recommend this community to others.
The covid 19 isolation has been difficult. Mother has been in her cottage unable to leave. This is necessary to avoid contacts of the virus. Her meals are delivered to her. Her cottage is cleaned weekly. There aren’t any activities at the present time. I feel confident that my mother is safe and cared for at the Village. The staff are very approachable and we have good communication. They have handled this pandemic in a competent and caring way. I highly recommend the Village on the Park in Oklahoma City. I look forward to visiting my mother and enjoying the activities when it is safe to do so.
This was a lovely place and [name removed] was very friendly. Unfortunately it is over budget and does not provide care for anyone who is not weight-bearing.
We moved my dad to Village on The Park almost 3 years ago to a cottage. He has loved the freedom to continue enjoying life without the hassle of "homeowner's upkeep." As his health has taken a downward turn he is now living in our Assisted Living Neighborhood. I am actually a Director of Life Enrichment at Village on The Park and thus have "hands on" in his daily care. I would not trust his well being to any other community and highly recommend Village on The Park to anyone looking for a place for their loved one to live. The staff truly cares about each individual in their care.
The staff is so caring and friendly. We could not ask for more caring people. This is a very hard time of life and they have helped us tremendously.
All staff is extremely friendly and helpful!
This would appear to be a very nice place with great amenities and care. However, it would just be too expensive for me personally, although it might be considered in the 'satisfactory' range for other people.
I moved my Dad from Dallas, Texas to VOP. The administration and staff have all been great. The room and amenities are all that he needs to be in a safe, caring and comfortable place. They are great to the Veterans that live there. I highly recommend VOP. The food is good and is served throughout the day which is nice. You do not have to wait for a designated time or miss out because of doctor's appointment. The facility is kept clean and there is almost always musical entertainment or other fun activity to participate in. All of the residents are happy and most have been there for several years.
My mom lives here and they have very caring people. It’s very clean and upbeat, the food is good, and the people there seem to be very pleased. They have weekly meetings for the residents to get together so they can talk about things that need to be fixed, which I think is great. I like all of the staff and the management is very open to suggestions and they ask a lot of questions on how they can do better. They provide all kinds of activities. You can do whatever you want or you can pick and choose. They have church and devotionals, art projects, there are a lot of people that will come in to entertain or visit, and therapy dogs come by to keep everyone company. They have lots of different things going on all the time. Right now, my Mom is on the assisted living side on one of the higher levels of care. There are 3 tiers of care that they provide – independent, assisted, and memory care – so it makes it great for those who require different levels of care. The only downside that I’ve found is that, because this place is so nice, there’s a really long waiting list. Once you’ve seen this place, it’s pretty hard to decide to go anywhere else. The security is wonderful here, you have to have a code to go in and out of the doors and my mom is very impressed with that. I would recommend them.
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