Tulsa Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Tulsa Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Tulsa for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,550/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Tulsa Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Aberdeen Heights Assisted Living $3,353/month
Country Club of Woodland Hills $2,050/month
Legend at Mingo Road $3,050/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Green Tree Sand Springs $3,365/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Tulsa Assisted Living Facilities

Brookdale Tulsa South

Review by Daughter


Weekends, 3 staff on duty for large facility, against the law. At least 2/3 residents severely affected with dementia than higher functioning.No activities at all. They put out a activity calendar that is totally false. Tatered, torn table cloths and napkins. Director will not follow thru or return calls...

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Brookdale Tulsa Midtown

Review by Visitor


We toured Brookdale Tulsa Midtown for my grandmom. It was nice and probably one of the older ones that we looked at, but it was in good condition. The staff was very helpful. The dining area was fine.

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Brookdale Tulsa Midtown

Review by Visitor


We visited Brookdale Tulsa Midtown. It had a very busy atmosphere and didn’t seem like it was very personable. I didn’t care for the way they greeted me nor did I feel comfortable. When I went in there, the staff member has unprepared and didn't offer to give me a tour.

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Brookdale Tulsa Midtown

Review by Visitor


Brookdale is very good. They're excellent. I ate lunch there and the food was very good. The people who helped me out were very attentive and very good. They followed up with me, and I'm very pleased with it. The rooms were very nice as well.

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Aberdeen Heights Assisted Living

Review by Son


My Mother is there and has been for several months. I live out of the state and am in Tulsa about each 10 days to spend the day with Mother. I have had lunch there numerous times and the food has been good and is served nicely. We had her birthday dinner there in the private dining room and it was very nice...

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The Villages at Southern Hills

Review by Angry Daughter-in-Law


It looks wonderful when you tour. It isn't. My family member required hydrocodone regularly for extreme pain. These were not given to him as directed by his doctor. On Fourth of July he called saying he was in horrible pain...

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Map of Tulsa Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Tulsa

Tulsa rests in Oklahoma's 'Green Country,' in the northeast part of the state. With 221 days of sunshine a year and average temperatures of 61 degrees, the city enjoys a near perfect temperate climate. Considered one of "America's Most Livable Communities," Tulsa was incorporated in 1893 and gained much of its wealth from oil--although these days it is known simply as a wonderful place to live. Seniors who choose assisted living in Tulsa enjoy the city's beautiful weather and fantastic attractions.

Tulsa Attractions

Tulsa is known as a mecca for the arts, and residents of assisted living in Tulsa are able to attend regular events downtown at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, which is home to one of the top ten opera companies in the country. With regular performances by the Tulsa Ballet and many other local performing arts groups, there is always something for every taste. The Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum are also worth a visit, offering access to nearly 1,500 animals residing on 70 lush acres. The Gilcrease Museum boasts a fantastic collection of historical art that celebrates the American West. Tulsa itself is known for its large and varied number of art deco buildings. Seniors also enjoy the city's hundreds of parks, which include golf courses, fitness facilities, swimming pools and an educational garden center.

Tulsa Senior Activities

Staying active in Tulsa is easy. In fact, the Oklahoma Senior Games take place in the city and are open to athletes over 50. It is also a qualifying event for the Senior World Games. For those who prefer something a bit less intense, Tulsa also offers a wide choice of senior centers, located throughout the city, so that all residents of assisted living in Tulsa will find one readily accessible.

Tulsa Medical Facilities

As we get older, finding good doctors and hospitals becomes more of a worry. However, residents of assisted living in Tulsa have easy access to St. John Medical Center, with its quality cancer center, center for limb replacement surgery and many other healthcare services. Tulsa residents may also visit Southcrest Hospital with its specialist cardiac care unit. Both hospitals are well appointed and there are many other hospitals and clinics in the Tulsa area.

Tulsa Transportation

Tulsa Transit offers reliable bus service to the city's various destinations, including parks and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Reduced fares for people over the age of 62 and the disabled are available. Seniors who reach age 75 get to ride completely free. Residents of assisted living in Tulsa should have no problems getting around, even if no longer able to drive. If riding the bus becomes difficult due to limited mobility, Tulsa Transit also offers the Lift Program, which provides door-to-door transport in lift-enabled vehicles for disabled people. Two private companies also offer similar services in the area. Residents of assisted living in Tulsa enjoy a perfect climate, excellent facilities and, above all, the privilege of living in a center for the arts, in all their variety. To view a list of local assisted living facilities, visit our Tulsa Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top