12 Assisted Living Communities in Edmond, Oklahoma
The average cost of assisted living in the city is $3,339 a month. This guide is a starting point covering the cost of assisted living care in the city, as well as financing options to pay for it. You’ll find in-depth information on 13 assisted living facilities in Edmond and 20 in surrounding areas.
The Cost of Senior Care in Edmond, OK
- Assisted Living: $3,339
- Nursing Home Care: $4,958
- In-home Care: $3,432
- Adult Day Health Services: $1,300
Assisted Living Facilities near Edmond, Oklahoma
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Reviews of Assisted Living Facilities in Edmond
November 1, 2019
My mother is a resident of Iris Memory Care of Edmond. I have been super happy with the community and the care that my mother is getting. There are lots of activities and lots of one-on-one care. It is a beautiful community. We are just very happy at this point. The staff has been wonderful. They are very caring and very attentive. My mother has a private room. They do a lot of arts and crafts, they bring in a lot of musicians, they do a lot of baking, and they have a therapy dog. There is a separate activity room. They also have a courtyard.
July 16, 2019
My mother is a resident of Lyndale Edmond. It's a well-run, non pretentious, homey atmosphere where they genuinely care about the residents. The staff is great and very attentive. They have apartments, they have variety, 1 bed, 2 beds, studios, lake-side, and not lake-side options. They have a completely full monthly schedule, regular meals, they have special themes, jazz nights, they have different musical groups that play, they have excursions, and everybody has plenty to do. The library is very nice, it's managed by a former librarian, the exercise room is going to be improved, and it needs it. I found the management and staff more personable than the other places I visited.
June 18, 2019
My mother-in-law and aunt were in Lyndale Edmond previously which was why we also chose it for my mom. She's in independent living and it's been great. They offered them a lot of activities physically and off-site, walking activities, church, a place to get hair done, and exercise. They're building a hot tub, pool, rec center, and they have a beautiful pond they can walk around. My mom likes the food. The staff is very friendly, and the rooms are very spacious and nice.
June 12, 2019
I have been a \"secret shopper\" for a few years now and this was my third place visiting this past weekend. I visited on a Saturday afternoon. I did not call ahead or do a scheduled tour (even though I was asked several times). I must pass my experience on on how great this place looked and smelled without them even know I was coming. I was greeted by a gentleman immediately upon entering asking my name and if I needed help. While I declined an \"official tour\" I was allowed to view the main parts of the building. Here are some of my findings: Pros: 1.Staff very friendly and all well dressed. No one was in jeans and Tshirts that I found in a few other buildings nearby since the bosses were away. 2. Those who lived there seemed genuinely happy and content. I had the pleasure of speaking to a few of them and they all were very pleased with their accommodations and loved living here. 3. I arrived just after lunch and the dining area smelled amazing! 4. I was greeted professionally and the gentlemen seemed very authoritative over security of his people living there. I really liked that! 5. Although I was asked for a tour and declined to give my contact information, I did not feel pressured to hear a sales speech and was allowed to interact with those who lived there to get feedback. Although the gentleman did watch where I was going, which again, was 5 stars in my opinion, showing me he takes security very seriously for those who live there. Con: And this is tedious, but it was raining pretty hard and there were no umbrellas available to use for me to get back out to my car. But other than that, the place was truly remarkable and the management should be commended for the job they have done here. 5 stars!!
April 24, 2019
My mom is very pleased at Stonecreek. They are very attentive to her needs. She has made quite a few new friends there and loves the atmosphere. The food is very good, not something you would expect in a nursing type facility. The nurse Frank is wonderful. Very focused on his patients and jokes around with them often. He is very genuine and passionate about what he does. He is by far the best they have had there and has turned things around there.Virginia is still there and does a great job as well. A few months ago I would have probably rated stonecreek as average, but with out a doubt I would say this place is now the best around. Staff is very friendly and stable...which was not the case before Frank came on board. Abby lights up the front desk and very willing to help with any issue. Courtney has been very dilligent in answering my questions and concerns and has greated a great team there! My mom is truly happy and thriving. Way to go Stonecreek, you have exceeded my expectations!! Highly recommend!
Home Health worker
April 16, 2019
I travel to several nursing facilities all over the Edmond and OKC area and I must say Stone Creek is by far the very best of them all. They are all attentive to the resident needs. The food smells phenominal. The place is clean and free of any smells you\'d expect in nursing facilities. The staff is always friendly and willing to assist when needed.
July 9, 2018
Lyndale Edmond was very nice. The staff members were also very nice, confident, and knew what they were doing. We saw a room in the assisted living section and it was nice and clean. They have a regular dining room for a lot of people and it also looked fine. They should put up a sign with the right name so people know that they've changed their name.
December 19, 2017
My mother moved into the Legend at Jefferson's Garden. It's a smaller place that had almost one-on-one care. So far, it's going OK. It's on the same big block my son lives on, it's easy to get to, and the grounds are nice. She has a living area, and the bedroom is separated by a hallway, a sink, a microwave, and a fridge.
November 6, 2014
Our Father has been very happy with the Autumn Leaves staff and programs since moving in last May. He receives very good care and always remarks how much he appreciates the special care and kindness shown him. We're sincerely appreciative of the staff and attention given him. It gives us all great comfort knowing that he is being so well taken care of. We are all very grateful and wish all of your staff a warm and special Holiday season.
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Assisted Living Costs in Edmond
As shown in Genworth’s 2018 Cost of Care survey, monthly average assisted living costs in Edmond ($3,339) are nearly equal to the state’s average of $3,325. Almost $700 less per month than the $4,000 national average, the assisted living expense in Edmond is also lower than in Tulsa ($3,488), where costs are the highest in the state. Seniors in Enid pay the lowest amount in the state for assisted living at $2,860 per month, while those in Lawton ($3,238) pay slightly less than those in Edmond. In the nearby state of Kansas, seniors in Wichita ($4,728) pay significantly more.
Note: Senior care cost data wasn’t available for Edmond, so data for the closest area, Oklahoma City, was used.
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Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Edmond
Medicaid in Oklahoma
In Oklahoma, the Medicaid program is termed SoonerCare. It provides eligible, low-income individuals with free and low-cost medically necessary health care services. Benefits of SoonerCare may include:
Other Financial Assistance Programs for Assisted Living
Veterans Aid & Attendance The federal VA Aid & Attendance program may help certain Edmond area veterans and their surviving spouses by providing monthly monetary payments in addition to already received monthly pension. To qualify for these payments, vets and their eligible spouses must not already be enrolled in the VA Housebound program and should meet one or more of the conditions below:
Claims Intake Center
Attention: St. Paul Pension Center
P.O. Box 5365
Janesville, WI 53547 If individuals would prefer to apply in person, they can visit the Muskogee Regional Benefits Office. Elderlife Bridge Loans Seniors willing to take out a short-term line of credit may benefit from an Elderlife Financial bridge loan to help pay for their costs of living such as rent and moving fees in an assisted living facility. These loans have terms of up to one year and competitive interest rates. Elderlife considers each applicant’s income and asset information along with credit scores to determine eligibility. Because the company allows multiple co-applicants on one loan, however, seniors with a low personal credit score may still qualify if the scores of co-applicant family members are higher. Due to the loans short-term nature, Elderlife also expects applicants to have a longer-term plan for paying for assisting living care in place. To apply for a bridge loan, Edmond residents can complete the online application or call (888) 228-4500.
Assisted Living Resources in Edmond
Edmond Area Senior Centers
Senior centers in and around Edmond offer a wide variety of arts and crafts opportunities, exercise classes, such as yoga, and social events for free or minimal costs. Health is prioritized through screenings, nutritional meals and wellness programs. Edmond Senior Center
2733 Marilyn Williams Dr., Edmond, OK 73003
(405) 216-7600 YMCA Lincoln Park Senior Center
4712 N Martin Luther King Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73111
(405) 427-0862 Candle Lake Senior Center
3540 NW 56th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 949-0139 Will Rogers Senior Center
3501 Pat Murphy Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Area Aging Resources
The Areawide Aging Agency facilitates programs for seniors aged 60 and over, including transportation services, home-delivered meals and an ombudsman program. Similarly, the Human Services Aging Division provides legal assistance, nutrition programs, transportation and adult day service programs. Areawide Aging Agency
4101 Perimeter Center Dr., Suite 310, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 942-8500 Human Services Aging Division
2401 NW 23rd St., #40, Oklahoma City, OK 73107
The American Legion and Veterans Affairs Department serve area vets through federal benefits and claims assistance and Oklahoma state benefits, including income tax exemptions and state park admissions. The VA Medical Center provides free and low-cost urgent, emergency and primary health care services. American Legion
101 E 5th St., Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 341-3049 Veterans Affairs Department
2132 NE 36th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73111
(405) 523-4000 Oklahoma City VA Medical Center
921 NE 13th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73104
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