Oklahoma Independent Living

The Oklahoma state capitol sits against a deep blue skyMany retired people choose to live in Oklahoma independent living communities so that they can enjoy their retirement in comfort without relinquishing control over their lives. Oklahoma independent living facilities are not nursing homes, rather they are vibrant communities that exist in order to help healthy retirees lead active, socially integrated and fulfilling lives.

In Oklahoma there are 39 Independent Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs. The average cost of Independent Living in Oklahoma is $1,822 per month.

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Oklahoma Independent Living Facilities by Region

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Other Areas in Oklahoma

Ada, Bartlesville, Durant, Elk City, Lawton

Map of Oklahoma Independent Living Facilities

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Cost of Independent Living in Oklahoma

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The average cost of Independent Living in Oklahoma is $1,822. Independent Living costs range from $795 to $2,916 depending on location and other factors.

City Minimum Cost Maximum Cost Median Cost
Tulsa$1,800$1,899$1,850
Source: SeniorHomes.com - 2012
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Overview of Oklahoma Independent Living

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Oklahoma is the perfect state to retire in for anyone who loves the natural world. With a varied landscape consisting of prairies, forests, mountains and canyons, Oklahoma presents numerous opportunities for active retirees to go hiking, fishing, or just to enjoy the spectacular views over the plains. The cost of living in Oklahoma is lower than the average for the United States, which means that retirees are able to make the most of their pensions and savings.

Independent Living in Oklahoma Defined

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Independent living facilities are not nursing homes (you can find Nursing Homes in Oklahoma in a separate category); residents are expected to be in generally good health and not require constant medical supervision or personal care. Seniors who need assistance with basic living tasks such as grooming, dressing or eating should consider moving instead to an Assisted Living community. The aim of an Oklahoma independent living facility is to make the life of a retired person easier without taking away his or her freedom or independence. This often means providing on-site services, such as dining, laundry and entertainment, while encouraging and facilitating trips to nearby towns and cities to experience all that Oklahoma has to offer.

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