Oklahoma Retirement Communities

The Oklahoma state capitol sits against a deep blue skyOklahoma retirement communities are great for seniors that want an independent lifestyle, but still desire amenities like planned activities and housekeeping. They provide a community for seniors to belong in, where they can enjoy the company of others, while staying in apartments or condo style residences. Many Oklahoma retirement communities even have libraries, restaurants, pools or salons on site.

In Oklahoma there are 33 Retirement Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

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Oklahoma Retirement Communities by Region

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Other Areas in Oklahoma

Ada, Bartlesville, Durant, Elk City

Map of Oklahoma Retirement Communities

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Overview of Oklahoma Retirement Communities

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Oklahoma offers a history rich in Indian culture and beautiful countryside to match. Rolling hills and picturesque homes cover much of the state, with plenty of big cities thrown in for diversity. Oklahoma's 35 state parks and three national parks boasts lakes, mountains and forest that offer everything from fishing to camping and hiking. Historic Route 66 also travels through Oklahoma, and is perfect for a fun road trip.

Seniors will also find that Oklahoma offers a wealth of things to do. With 500 museums, zoos, historical sites, botanical gardens and tribal cultural centers there is never a dull moment. The state's 90 casinos are sure to keep seniors pressing their luck, while 95 theaters host everything from professional productions to community plays. Whether seniors desire to visit rural America or are looking for a more modern experience, Oklahoma offers it all.

Retirement Communities in Oklahoma Defined

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Oklahoma retirement communities are designed for seniors, usually ages 55 and older, who are able to live independently. While the staff at retirement facilities assists with activities and housekeeping, they are not trained for medical care. Since there is usually no medical care on site, seniors in retirement communities must be able to seek medical treatment elsewhere. However, staff is available 24 hours a day for emergencies.

For seniors that need extra care and assistance, assisted living, nursing homes and care facilities can provide medical care for seniors. These facilities are inspected and licensed by the state, while retirement facilities are not.
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