Everyday Oklahoma City becomes more and more of a popular destination for retirement. It is hard to find assisted living communities, home health institutes, or other professional services geared toward seniors in the surrounding areas. This is because the United States' West South Central States (including Oklahoma) have vast amounts of land between their major cities. So when retirement communities and other senior related health care services form, it makes sense for them to lay their foundations in these popular cities, instead of the rural sectors.
However, as you can image, when the majority of senior services are centered in cities that are HOURS away from other major cities, it causes a problem for all the seniors actually living in those rural areas. So the solution is to seriously consider moving to Oklahoma City as old age starts showing up... And we are here to help you see all the benefits.
As far as senior services are concerned, Oklahoma City has the most assisted living communities (including continuum of care, and Alzheimer's units), home health care (including skilled and unskilled staff able to help you travers your daily life a bit better), and professional services (like elder law attorneys, walk-in tub and stair-lift contractors, and wheel-chair ramp and bathroom converters).
For enjoying your golden, retirement years, Oklahoma City offers some great attractions. Along the river that runs down the middle of the city is the Bricktown Neighborhood, which mimics Venice with its waterway and gondola-inspired boats. Speaking of boating, there are 3 major lakes in the city. Symphonies and museums accompany this big city. The NBA Thunder recently came to town (originally the Seattle Super Sonics), and there are minor league teams for almost every sport. 2 Airports and 3 Major highways make it so family is always close.
Oklahoma City does, however, leave a little bit to be desired in the weather. It is mostly hot and humid in the summer, and can get frigid in the winter. So if weather is not enough to keep you away from enjoying your time in Oklahoma City, we recommend you go and check it out. We promise, you will enjoy yourself.