Health Care & Social Services

Golden Age Nursing Home is a 24-hour licensed long-term care facility. We serve persons who may have a chronic illness or disability or may have conditions requiring daily medical attention that prevents them from living independently.

Our health care services includes medical and non-medical care for individuals who need assistance with daily living activities such dressing, bathing, grooming, toileting and partaking of meals.

Admission Documentation

  • A Physician's Certification Form, stating that the Resident is appropriate for placement.
  • A complete list of all current medications.
  • Copies of Social Security, Medicare, and Insurance cards.
  • Any Advanced Directives (Living Will, Power of Attorney, etc.)
  • Phone numbers and addresses of spouse and/or primary contact person(s)

Monitoring Health Needs

Our highly trained nursing staff and caregivers develop a relationship with your loved one and family members to monitor daily health needs and work together to maintain good health. This is especially helpful in assisting the individual with changes in his or her physical and mental health and offering the resident assurance that problems or issues will be addressed quickly. Our staff adheres to rigorous guidelines for alerting the resident's physician(s) and family when certain conditions arise.

Caregivers regularly take and record vital signs such as temperature, blood pressure and pulse.

Medications & Medical Supplies

Medications are administered to each resident by certified personnel under the direction of your loved one's personal physician(s) and recorded in a personal chart. We are pleased to work with your local pharmacy preference; Golden Age is restricted from allowing or administering any medications brought from home.

Most durable medical supplies are provided by Golden Age. Please check with our administrator for a complete list.

Restorative Care

Restorative care is provided to an individual to help regain skills that may have been weakened or lost due to illness or injury. These may include personal grooming, range of motion, walking, standing, etc. Restorative care may also be offered when a resident is released from other forms of therapy due to lack of notable progress or improvement. Most sessions take place in the individual's room or our Wellness Center, or may be as simple as taking a walk to the dining area or a friend's room.

Golden Age's specially trained nursing assistants offer restorative care daily or as recommended by licensed therapists. We provide this service because of the increased value to the resident's health and well-being. Restorative care may include physical, speech or occupational therapy sessions.

It is important to note your loved one enjoys a greater continuity of care because the same staff member conducts the sessions and becomes familiar with the individual's level of functioning. This makes it easier to identify problems or modify an existing treatment program to meet the individual's needs. In addition, family members may have confidence in knowing who to speak to about their loved one's progress.

Personal Services

We assist your loved one with common activities for daily living as needed such as shaving, getting dressed, preparing a toothbrush, preparing for bed, etc. Regular housekeeping services help us maintain a clean and sanitary environment for residents, staff and guests.

Other helpful onsite services include:
  • Beauty salon and barber shop
  • Laundry for personal clothing (with names attached)

Transportation

Golden Age is pleased to provide local transportation for both ambulatory persons and those in wheelchairs requiring a lift. Our van or bus may be scheduled for visits to the doctor or other local appointments.

Social Services & Activities

Medically-related social services are provided by our in-house social worker to assure each resident can attain or maintain the highest practical physical, mental and psychosocial well-being.

The social services director will help with
  • Admission procedures
  • Potential plan of care
  • Health care proxy medical directives

Stimulating Aging Minds

Because active minds contribute to good physical and mental health, our activities director offers a variety of activities to stimulate minds and encourage thinking and decision making processes. We also encourage families to participate in the many social events held throughout the year to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and holidays.

Social Events

Organized social events are arranged for residents and their families. Our trained activities director conducts planned daily activities.

Church services and several churches within the community provide Bible study opportunities.

Payment Options

Medicare Part A Covered Services » see Medicare.gov

Medicaid

Individuals who reside in Oklahoma nursing homes may apply for Sooner Care assistance through the Oklahoma Health Care Authority. The following links may assist you in determining eligibility guidelines.

Private Insurance

Private Pay