Long-term care as unique as you are. Long-term care with purpose and belonging.

 

Long-term care is for individuals who require 24-hour nursing care and significant assistance with the activities of daily living. Nowhere is loving and compassionate support more important than when we meet the needs of those who are no longer able to care for themselves. At Concordia’s long term care community in Oklahoma City, we never forget that each person in our care is an individual. Our on-site healthcare center creates an individualized care plan for each resident that is designed to meet any special needs he or she may have.

Here, our team members seek not only to meet physical needs, but also to acknowledge and enhance each individual’s spiritual and emotional well-being. Every individual in our care is considered a part of the Concordia family and is treated with respect, dignity and compassion.

Concordia is Medicare-certified and offers private and semi-private rooms. We encourage residents and their families to personalize the rooms to their own taste with pictures and favorite accessories to create a homelike atmosphere.

We are dedicated to developing all dimensions of wellness in residents at our Oklahoma City long term care community. Social and recreational programs provide opportunities for personal growth and the pursuit of new experiences. And a full range of programs designed to educate, stimulate and entertain is offered.

FAQs about Long-Term Care

What is long-term care?

Long-term nursing care provides residents with accommodations, supervision and non-acute medical, and nursing and palliative care for those adults who have chronic or end of life conditions. Long-term nursing care centers provide accommodations, nursing care, social and end of life care to those whose needs can no longer be safely met in the home. Medicare does not typically cover costs for long-term nursing care. The Medicaid program provides medical benefits to low-income people who have no or inadequate private insurance or funds for long-term care.

What is the cost of long-term care?

The cost of long-term care for seniors will vary depending on the senior living community chosen and the type of services provided. Various financial options are available to help cover the cost of senior care, like long-term care insurance and Medicare. Monthly fees associated with a senior living community help pay for housing and the services the community provides.

What services and amenities are available with long-term care?

  • Private and semi-private rooms
  • 24-hour nursing service
  • Assistance with daily living activities
  • Housekeeping and linen service
  • Physical, occupational and speech and hearing therapies
  • Three chef-prepared meals daily
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Pet visitation therapy
  • Chaplain
  • Themed events and dinners
  • Birthday parties
  • Monthly entertainment and seasonal activities

What should I think about when moving a loved one into a long-term care setting?

Making the move to a long-term care setting can be one of the most difficult decisions you make. To help you and your family member get acquainted with the center, make sure you discuss these items with the healthcare providers so they can help make the transition as smooth as possible. What are the patient’s diet likes and dislikes? How mobile is he or she? How much can he or she manage personal care and hygiene? What are his or her current living conditions like, and do they provide the necessary support? What role does religion play in their life? What are his or her routines and habits, as well as hobbies? What about mental capacity? Do they fear new surroundings? Does he or she socialize easily?

Visiting my loved one at a long-term care center is difficult. How can I make it more enjoyable and fulfilling for both of us?

Visitors are very important to residents, and a well-planned visit can be rewarding for both of you. When visiting a loved one, talk to the staff about the best times. If you are bringing children, coach them on what to expect, and plan an activity such as working on a photo album, writing letters, playing a game or eating a meal together. If your loved one can manage, plan an activity outside of the center. Check with the center on its policy with bringing pets to visit the community.