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About Assisted Living

Assisted living facilities offer housing and care for active seniors who may need support with activities of daily living, like bathing, dressing, and medication management.

Complete guide to assisted living
About Care Homes

Residential care homes are shared neighborhood homes for seniors who need a live-in caregiver to assist with activities of daily living, like dressing and bathing.

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Veterans Resources

VA benefits for long-term care, such as Aid and Attendance benefits, can help eligible veterans and their surviving spouses pay for senior care.

Guide to VA benefits for long-term care
About Home Care

Home care relies on trained aides to provide companionship and non-medical care for seniors living at home.

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About Independent Living

Independent living facilities offer convenient, hassle-free living in a social environment for seniors who are active, healthy, and able to live on their own.

Complete guide to independent living
About Memory Care

Memory care facilities provide housing, care, and therapies for seniors who have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia in an environment designed to reduce confusion and prevent wandering.

Complete guide to memory care
About Nursing Homes

Nursing homes provide short-and long-term care for seniors who have physical or mental health conditions that require 24-hour nursing and personal care.

Complete guide to nursing homes
About Senior Apartments

Senior apartments offer accessible, no-frills living for seniors who are generally active, healthy, and able to live on their own.

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Nursing Homes in Oklahoma

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Nursing Homes in Oklahoma

Known for its wide-open landscape and distinctive red dirt, Oklahoma is an ideal retirement destination for seniors looking for a calming, relatively inexpensive lifestyle. The Sooner State’s two largest cities, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, grew during the oil booms of the early 1900s and today feature popular art museums, zoos, and botanical gardens. On Route 66, which crosses almost the entirety of the state from east to west, travelers can catch a glimpse of the Old West while stopping at old-fashioned restaurants and roadside attractions.

There are more than 60 nursing homes in Oklahoma. A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors can provide you with a list of nursing homes in Oklahoma to help you find the community that fits your needs and budget.

The median monthly cost of a private room in a nursing home in Oklahoma is about $5,600, according to Genworth.

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Oklahoma Nursing Home Regulations

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is a federal agency that regulates and provides ratings for nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities. CMS offers guidance to state Medicaid services regarding rules for facilities that are Medicaid-certified. Medicare provides a national nursing home website to view the audit and licensing history of Medicare-approved nursing homes.

Each state regulates senior living communities differently, but you can use APFM’s guide to assisted living regulations to learn more about access to facility records in Oklahoma.

In Oklahoma, nursing homes — also called convalescent homes or skilled nursing facilities — are intended for seniors who require 24-hour monitoring and medical assistance. These communities are designed to promote independence among seniors who require constant nursing care to perform activities of daily living (ADLs), but do not require hospital-level care.

Cost of Living

Overall, the cost of living in Oklahoma is considered to be more affordable than the national average. All index scores are based on a scale with the national average set at 100.

Price Indexes

  • Cost of Living: 88
  • Groceries: 95
  • Housing: 72
  • Utilities: 94
  • Transportation: 90

Demographics

About 16% of Oklahoma’s population are seniors. In the 2016 presidential election, Oklahoma leaned heavily conservative.

2016 Presidential Election

  • 29% voted Democratic
  • 65% voted Republican
  • 6% voted third party or abstained

Population

  • Median age: 37
  • Over the age of 55: 28%
  • 2018 population: 3,943,079
  • 2020 population: 3,964,040
  • Estimated 2025 population: 4,016,932

Miscellaneous

  • 43% regularly attend a religious service
  • 29% consider themselves atheist, agnostic, or a non-believer
  • The state has a total of 7,057 congregations
  • There are 352 Masonic lodges in the state

Climate and Weather

Oklahoma’s climate is divided into two classifications: humid subtropical for the majority of the state, and cold semi-arid in the “panhandle” toward the west. In general, Oklahoma has extreme temperatures, with hot summers, cold winters, and not much rainfall. As part of Tornado Alley, Oklahoma often has severe weather in the spring and summer months, and it has one of highest annual rates of tornadoes in the world.

Humidity and Precipitation

  • Average humidity level: 64%
  • Average monthly precipitation: 3”
  • Average maximum monthly precipitation: 7” (May)

Air Quality

  • Average air quality index rating: 39 (Good)
  • Average maximum air quality rating: 52 in July (Moderate)

Moderate air quality means that those who are sensitive to particulates in the air should limit the amount of time they spend on outdoor exertion.

Seasonal Temperatures

  • Average temperature: 60°F
  • Average summer temperature: 80°F
  • Typical summer high: 98°F (July)
  • Typical summer low: 58°F (June)
  • Average winter temperature: 39°F
  • Typical winter high: 60°F (February)
  • Typical winter low: 17°F (January)

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