Executive Director
Andrea Pickett

Ph: (405) 455-3900
Fax: (405) 610-6937
9240 E. Reno Ave.
Midwest City, Oklahoma 73130 (map)

Arbor House Midwest City

Independent living | Assisted Living | Memory Care

Our independent living community, offers amenities giving our residents the finer things in life. Our beautifully appointed cottages include a full kitchen, washer/dryer, spacious closets, state of the art security system and emergency call system and individually controlled central heat and air conditioning. Our wellness services work to promote independence, healthy lifestyles, dignity, and a sense of security. Amenities such as home-cooked meals, housekeeping and other assistance can be added to your monthly fee*. The right for each resident to determine his/her need is respected at each level of care and promoted by providing services in ways that recognize each resident’s individual needs, and preferences. A partnership exists between residents and staff to promote individual independence while providing the necessary support to keep each resident functioning at his/her highest level of well-being.

*Amenities may be purchased by our independent living residents.

Our assisted living residents enjoy the carefree comforts of home with the help of a caring, supportive staff. Arbor House offers an array of amenities, while promoting independence and well-being. Services such as help with bathing and dressing, medication management and scheduled transportation are delivered with dignity, respect and sensitivity.

Arbor House Midwest City also offers a secure community for those with memory care needs. Knowing where to turn for help when your loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia causing disease, can be very confusing. The trained staff at Arbor House is available to help with those difficult decisions. Staff is available 24 hours per day, providing services in a secured, comfortable environment. Our Life in Motion engagement programming allows residents to find joy, purpose and connection in their everyday lives. Our caregivers, as we call “friends”, find a distinct connection with each resident that helps build relationships between the two, providing continuity and structure throughout the day. Whether it be enjoying snacks, helping to bake a cake, or taking a walk in the secured courtyard, the residents of Arbor House are engaged with their “friends” and enjoy a more purpose-filled day!

To the Arbor House Team, the Geneva Dickson family want to thank you all for the care, love and consideration given to our mother for the last 5 years. Also in her last week the love shown to her by the staff was over whelming. Thank you again on behalf of the Geneva Dickson family.

Leslie and Sherry Haas

My mother has been at Arbor House for 4 months. During this time she has received excellent care. From the front office, nursing to caregivers; the compassion for the residents has been tremendous. The day to day programs challenge the residents and provide them stimulating relationships with the staff. Could not ask for a better Memory Care facility.

John Conner

Prior to coming to Arbor House, Mom’s life had become a crisis-to-crisis existence. Then there was the Great Crisis that led to us being here. Now she is in a safe place. She was not isolated. Meals and medications came regularly. Help was readily available. We had our first crisis-free year in decades. I believe the staff’s daily attentiveness, the balanced meals, and the options for interactions have borne the fruit of Mom having the sweet gift of normal days. We have had time to simply enjoy one another, instead of constantly dealing with emergencies. I sense the caregivers really value Mom. They delight in her. This is a gift to us both, and I am deeply grateful.

S. Shannon

Just to let you know that you were correct about special people like Mom, Louise, Peggy, Luther, Hazel and Caroline and others needing to be living in a very special home like Arbor House. I certainly wish we had allowed Mom to live there a year earlier. The need for less people to be around with eating, socializing and just day to day living is certainly a plus for their comfort and care. The smaller group setting with just eating together was certainly a plus. It was strictly not understanding the special needs of memory care for my mom and probably selfishness on my sister’s and my part for thinking she needed more space than what she had at Arbor House. It was more difficult for me and my sister to move mom in than it was for her. I loved to visit with her and all the other wonderful people that lived there. It was heart warming to see the care and love that was and is provided for them. I always tell others about the needs of memory care people and how wonderful Arbor House was to my mom. It is kind of like sending your child off to school for the first day – just a twinge in the heart. Once, again thanks to you and your wonderful staff that helped and loved my mom for her stay at Arbor House.

Judy Crump

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