Norman Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Norman Assisted Living Facilities

Rivermont Retirement Community

Review by Linda


My father is in Rivermont Retirement Community. It's pretty. The staff is wonderful, very nice, very friendly, and interactive with the residents all the time. I'm usually there every day. Her food and the activities are great...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Norman

"Beautiful Beasts" Exhibit at the Sam Noble Museum, Norman, OKNorman is the third largest city in Oklahoma, situated in Cleveland County right in the middle of the state. It has been ranked as one of the best small cities in America to live in, and is home to the University of Oklahoma. Founded in 1889, the city of Norman is actually older than the state itself, boasting a rich history that residents are very proud of. Thanks to this history, there are many beautiful historic neighborhoods in the city – making it the ideal place for seniors that require assisted living and have a fascination for American history.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Norman

The Norman Parks and Recreation Department sponsors the city’s Senior Citizen Center, which is open to seniors 55 and older. There is a fee of $30 per year or $0.50 per day to use the center. It offers daily activities such as games, exercise classes, dancing, and creative classes. They offer tax aid when needed, and also offer lunch to seniors 60 and older who call ahead to make a reservation. For active seniors, there is also the Retired Senior Volunteer Program that matches seniors who would like to volunteer with programs that can use their services.

Norman Senior-Friendly Activities

assisted living resident in Norman Ok Norman is home to many museums, shopping, and other activities that seniors can enjoy – making it the perfect place for Norman assisted living residents. The Firehouse Art Center hosts art galleries and classes and activities for both children and adults. Other local art museums and galleries include the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Jacobson House Native Art Center, and MAINSITE Contemporary Art. For seniors who enjoy music and dance, the Norman Ballet Company and Norman Philharmonic both perform regularly. The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History is a great destination for those who enjoy history, and for theater lovers, the Sooner Theater is host to many movies, plays, musicals, and concerts throughout the year.

Norman Medical Facilities

Norman Regional Hospital is the main healthcare provider in Norman. The hospital’s main campus specializes in cardiovascular services and also offers orthopedic and spinal surgeries. The health system offers transit to seniors who need it, offers an Aging Services and Eldercare Nutrition Program, and works with the Alzheimer’s Association and Arthritis Foundation, ensuring the best care possible for seniors. Norman is also home to Norman Specialty Hospital, which provides specialty and long term care when needed. Griffin Memorial Hospital is available to seniors who have psychiatric needs, with programs tailored specifically to geriatric patients. Norman, Oklahoma is a beautiful city in the heartland of the country, combining a mild climate and affordable living with plenty of fun and entertainment, making it the perfect home for any senior. For more information on senior living in Norman, see our Norman Assisted Living communities. Back to Top