The Parke Assisted Living

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7821 East 76th Street, Tulsa, OK, 74133

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August 26, 2017

By July

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

The Parke Assisted Living is very nice, very friendly, and very well taken care of. The workers are very attentive. We have been very pleased with this place for my mom. They have planned activities that have been going on throughout the week. They have games, group activities, and happy hour, and they take them out once a week to a supermarket and out to lunch. The food is awesome. It's probably the thing my mom likes the most. We have gone out there a couple of times and eaten with her, and every time, it's very good. I'm very pleased with this community.

March 04, 2017

By Pam G.

I visited this facility

I have visited a few assisted living places in this area. The Parke staff was warm and friendly. The facility is well kept, tastefully decorated and clean. The individual apartments are spacious and inviting. The building floorplan is easy to navigate. People were playing card games in one of the large living areas. Residents can participate in planned daily activities and communitiy outings.There is also a beauty shop and chapel on site..Nothing but good things to say about this beautiful facility!

December 30, 2015

By Karen121361750

I visited this facility

I liked everything about The Parke, but the staff wasn't friendly and it could have been because it was a busy part of the day. They just did not seem as friendly as the staff in the other two places I visited. They had one area that I really loved. They had larger rooms but not that many. The rooms were comparable to the other two places I visited.

November 05, 2015

By Kim B.

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My parents had stayed at The Parke for five months. My mother did not want to go in the first place, so she was not very active. She slept all day long; but my dad had Alzheimer's, and it was great. He loved it. They had activities, and they treated him really good. However, my father passed away, and that was the only reason they were out of there. I would recommend it to anybody. They worked with VA assistance. They did his meds and his daily living. They took him to eat. They took him to do the things. He was really well. I just could not say enough about it. The apartment was a one-bedroom apartment that had a nice bedroom. The bathroom was a walk-in shower, and it was very large. You could fit a wheelchair. They had a little kitchenette in it, which they did not really need. They also had an inside apartment, which led to the courtyard so they could go out into the courtyard. The food was wonderful. I ate with them a lot of times. For breakfast, they had different things. Lunch and dinner, they changed that every day. They had things that you could order from if you wanted to. The grounds were very nice. It was in done in like a figure eight, so there were two courtyards, and they were very nice. It had flowers. Mom and dad had a leak one time in their apartments, and they came right out and fixed it. They watched their patients really closely. It did not smell. It was really nice. Everybody from the aides to the people in the kitchen, the waitresses -- they all knew dad; and when he walked in, they better go get his coffee. They had a lot of activities planned.

July 26, 2015

By Barbara Ann N

I am a friend or relative of resident

What we loved about The Parke was the floor design. It is open so no narrow hallways to maneuver through with a walker or scooter. The full kitchen was also a big plus as dad liked to cook sometimes. Other places offered a microwave. The staff is the best. They become family and are always friendly and helpful. It says a lot that Dad has lived there about 9 years now. Turns 93 this week. Look at the web site to go visit. The Chapel is significant for us and others. The ministers come every Sunday and have office hours during the week. They go above and beyond to be there for spititual needs. They have become friends and family to us. They have meant more than I can say to us and others. Dad likes the fact that he could start at one level of care and stay there as his needs increased!

July 13, 2015

By Gloria46

I am/was a resident of this facility

The staff is wonderful, and they serve very nice food. I'm a vegetarian, and I have to choose and try to rearrange and supplement the meals. At first, I was having difficulty doing that, but now they're offering more choices which make my range of choices much better, so I'm very satisfied. At the present time, we have a very energetic activities director who is very creative and is always coming up with new and engaging activities. I also contribute to the activities. I read a story out loud once a week, I conduct a book group here, and I also show a movie every Saturday night. We have a full kitchen here, which is really splendid, and the rooms are very nicely laid out, spacious, and well lit. I'm very much satisfied with the apartment itself. The Parke is a pretty small place with only 62 apartments and is totally assisted living. We have a lot of activities. Every Tuesday, we go to a grocery store. We have a van for going to the doctor or the dentist. We go on outings to parks or to plays in the community. We also have lots of activities indoor like bingo, games, crafts, and sing-alongs.

January 20, 2015

By Tulsa

I am a friend or relative of resident

The Park is unusual in Tulsa because they are locally owned, provide safety for residents and have very good food. I have eaten there many times with my relative and always enjoyed the food, the service and the menu variety. The servers are the very best they are respectful, good sense of humor and are caring. I enjoy friendliness as I walk the hallways.

July 29, 2014

By Caring0897

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I’ve been over at The Parke to visit people I know who were staying there. But I never looked into moving in because they’re a little farther away from me. It’s a nice place. I liked the way they had it decorated. It was very cordial, and it made you feel comfortable. The dining room was nice.

May 31, 2014

By Karen0171

I visited this facility

The Parke Assisted Living was someplace that you wouldn't be embarrassed asking your friend to come and visit you in. It looked like a plantation house with a huge porch. It was very clean, very kept up, and didn't look cheap. There were repairs on a regular basis, and it looked good. The staff was excellent. We went there five or six times. After the first visit, they recognized us and called us by our names. It was several months in between visits, and yet they still remembered us, and they knew what we were looking for. The apartments were fairly new. If you ask for a 2-bedroom apartment and they didn't have one, they would put two 1-bedrooms together, which made a larger apartment than the regular apartment that you paid the price of. They also had people there who would come in, help you, and advise you in placing your furniture. The food was fantastic. In addition, they have a resident dog.

April 26, 2014

By Susan79577150

I visited this facility

I visited The Parke because I had a personal friend who was a resident there. It was very neat. The lobby was elegant. The personnel were very friendly and helpful. I liked the staff's willingness to help people who weren't quite as mobile, so they could stay in the assisted living environment and not move to a nursing home environment. They really seemed to care about the people who lived there. My friend's room had a small living room adjoined with the kitchenette and one bedroom, which was probably around 375 to 400 square feet. They had some planned activities. They had a craft room. They visited malls and restaurants.

March 28, 2014

By Carol48005161

I visited this facility

The Parke Assisted Living was very nice and very clean, but I think it was too pricey. We did get to see the dining area, and it looked OK. Overall, it was just for people with a higher income, and my mother didn't have that to work with. They have just standard daily activities to keep their residents stimulated and keep them from getting bored. They have crafts and puzzles. They would have people come in for their residents. They have shopping where residents could go somewhere if they were able to.

November 21, 2012

By Ryan A.

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The facility was very nice, the lobby had a massive aquarium which helped to bring a bit of life to the facility. We were greeted by a very friendly staff who helped us find where we needed to go. I would give this place four stars instead of five because the hallways were extremely long, which can be inconvenient for more immobile residents, and the rooms were very poorly lit. If I were a resident of this facility, I would request better lighting in the rooms, as well as some more personal amenities. The rooms reminded me of a poorly furnished hotel, but I suppose that most of the residents aren't used to a five star resort. From what I was told, the meals were particularly good, as well as the selection of activities to keep the residents' minds busy. I played my first billiards game here, and I can definitely say that the residents have no excuse to be bored.

January 20, 2012

By caligirl1

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I decided to move my grandmother into The Parke in Tulsa, Oklahoma after I visited the facility to evaluate whether it was a good place to place your loved ones. The first thing that I noticed was that the property is very clean and well kept. The next thing I notice was the professionalism of the staff. The entire staff seemed like they cared about all of their residents. I also loved the floor plans of the apartments. The apartments are spacious and are clean, which is important to my grandmother and I. What really won me over was the fact that The Parke provides residents with free transportation, as well as an on-site beauty parlor, housekeeping and linen service and a post office. The community is gated and they also have on-site security, which makes my grandmother feel safe in her home. My grandmother has now lived at The Parke for over a year now and she is very happy with her living arrangements. She feels independent, yet safe because she knows that someone will always be there if there is an emergency. I would recommend this place to anyone.
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Features of The Parke Assisted Living


Costs

  • Minimum Rate: $3400/month
  • Rent Plus Care Fees
  • Entry Fee

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We Do Not Offer Companion Suites.

General

  • Minimum Age: 55
  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed.

Licenses

  • State Licenses: 7208-7208

About The Parke Assisted Living


From the thoughtful design of the apartments and common areas to the helpful services we offer, we work hard to make sure our residents enjoy all the comforts of home.

Comfortable Pricing:

We believe you should be comfortable with The Parke long before you move in. That’s why we offer a simple, easy-to-understand pricing structure. Our no-endowment monthly rental fee includes everything listed below except the “Additional Services” which you can add as you wish and know the costs up front. No surprises.

Included Amenities:

  • Single-story, non-combustible construction
  • Spacious apartments
  • Available private patios
  • Carpet and window coverings
  • Full kitchens with range, oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and disposal
  • Individual heating and air conditioning
  • Individually wired for cable TV and telephone
  • Emergency call system
  • Pet friendly

Access to on-site beauty and barber salon, laundry room, chapel, activities room, entertainment room, library, arts and crafts room, family room with fireplace, gardens and courtyards, plus an adjoining city park and walking trails. We provide cable tv service as part of the base rent as well as free wifi throughout our entire building. Telephone services are paid by the resident.

Included Services & Conveniences:

  • 24-hour staff
  • Weekly house cleaning
  • Weekly bed linen service
  • Trash removal
  • Utilities
  • Inside and outside maintenance
  • Grounds keeping
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Daily newspaper/mail delivery
  • Monthly wellness clinics
  • Activities and entertainment
  • Exercise and wellness programs
  • Pharmacy services
  • Emergency first aid and care
  • Computerized medical record services
  • Coordination of physician appointments
  • Coordination of home health and rehabilitation services
  • Coordination of wellness clinics, podiatry care, salon services, etc.

Additional Services:

These optional services can be added to your monthly rate (available for a minimum of 30 days during illness, after hospitalization or on a continuous basis):

  • Medication management provided by certified, trained staff.
  • Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as help bathing, dressing and grooming. Includes daily bed making and escort services to meals and activities.
  • Incontinence Management provided by certified staff (scheduled assistance with toileting, assistance with supplies and reminders).

What Makes Us Special


Welcome to The Parke, assisted living with a comfortable residential appeal. Located in a quiet neighborhood with a city park and walking trails, The Parke is Tulsa’s most elegant senior living environment

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