The Renaissance of Stillwater Stillwater OK
At The Renaissance of Stillwater in Stillwater, OK, older adults can enjoy premium senior living with everything they need for an active and engaging retirement. The community offers a wide variety of assisted living and memory care services, including (but not limited to):
- Personal care/assistance with activities of daily living
- Medication assistance
- Laundry and linen services
- Transportation to and from medical appointments
The community’s long-term care services help a wide spectrum of people, from the active, mostly independent person to the one who needs ongoing help with their daily activities. Their mission is not to be a “place for mom,” but to be a comfortable home for people during the third act of their lives.
The community understands that each person is different and there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to senior care. Instead, they work with each resident one-on-one to better understand their needs, preferences, and concerns to create a nurturing environment for them to flourish. Each incoming resident works with one of the community’s compassionate advisers to create an individualized care plan built around their specific needs.
In addition to their outstanding long-term care programs, the Renaissance of Stillwater offers a large selection of recreational activities for residents to enjoy. Staying active and making friends are important parts of a healthy retirement and the community encourages each resident to interact with others and participate in the social activities that interest them. The community’s events change monthly, and residents can plan their schedules ahead of time by checking the online activities calendar. Events happen every day and may include exciting recreational opportunities and wellness programs like:
- Ice cream socials
- Continuing education opportunities, like guest speakers and lectures
- Classic movie screenings
- Bingo and board game nights
- Casino outings
- Pet therapy
- Happy hours
- Live musical performances
- Devotional time and prayer groups
- Arts and crafts sessions
- Exercise programs and fitness classes
In addition to social events and activities, meal times are one of the community members’ favorite amenities. The Renaissance of Stillwater offers an on-campus restaurant where residents can gather to enjoy their favorite recipes and spend time with their friends. The menu changes every day, offering selections like Belgian Waffles, Salisbury steak and herb roasted pork chops for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Vegetarians, people with food allergies, and people who eat kosher can request substitutions as needed to accommodate their special dietary needs.
Residents are welcome to prepare their own meals in their apartments if they prefer. Each unit comes with a spacious kitchenette, including counter space, cabinets for storage, a microwave, and a full-size refrigerator. The community’s apartments each have their own unique charm and personality, but they all come complete with:
- Kitchenettes, featuring full-size refrigerators, microwaves, and cabinet storage
- Private bathrooms
- Large windows with great views
- Emergency call systems
- Individually-controlled air conditioning and heating
- Cable and internet hookups
As a pet-friendly assisted living community they allow one small, well-behaved cat or dog in each apartment. Incoming residents can choose from five floor plans when they move into the Renaissance of Stillwater, depending on availability. Floor plans include studio and one-bedroom apartments, each with manageable square footage, exceptional natural lighting, and storage space. Many older adults prefer studio apartments because they want to downsize, but others enjoy the added privacy of a dedicated bedroom.
To learn more about Renaissance at Stillwater, prospective residents can use the links above to make an inquiry or schedule a tour. Touring is the best way to learn more about the community, as the staff is happy to answer questions and show their floor plans in person. They can explain what sets the Renaissance at Stillwater apart from other assisted living facilities and independent living communities and discuss their process to create individualized care routines. Guests are welcome to enjoy a complimentary lunch during their trip and tours are free for anyone who is interested. For more information, read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: How do I know if the Renaissance at Stillwater is right for me?
The Renaissance at Stillwater’s services is for older adults who want to live a comfortable, secure life with the security and peace of mind that comes with around-the-clock care. Their twenty-four-hour senior care services are exclusively non-medical, unlike a nursing home or skilled nursing facility. Their staff assist older adults with showering, dressing, and eating among other day-to-day tasks. However, the residence is not prepared to offer certain types of senior care and may not be the right choice for some people, depending on their level of care.
Prospective residents can ask themselves a few simple questions to find out if the Renaissance at Stillwater is a suitable choice:
- Is the person mobile?
- Does the person have Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or short-term memory loss?
- Does the person need ongoing medical attention?
- Does the person need rehabilitation?
Although the community’s staff help residents move throughout the community as-needed, they are not equipped to help people who are permanently confined to their beds. The same principle applies to people who need ongoing medical attention: the community does not offer skilled nursing care and is not a suitable alternative for people who need it.
However, people with Alzheimer's and dementia are welcome at the Renaissance at Stillwater, thanks to their specialized In the Moment® memory care program. Their memory care community offers services tailored for people living with Alzheimer’s disease, creating an environment for them to live and thrive.
To learn more about the community’s personal care or memory care services, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: How do I know if Renaissance at Stillwater’s In the Moment® memory care program is right for me?
Living with Alzheimer's disease and memory loss can be challenging, especially as the symptoms progress. People with dementia have to adjust to living with memory loss, which can be difficult without proper care. Fortunately, Renaissance at Stillwater’s In the Moment® memory care services' are there to help.
Renaissance at Stillwater’s memory care community is similar to assisted living and independent living communities, offering assistance with residents’ activities of daily living and providing general long-term care services. However, the memory care community’s staff are specially trained to help people living with Alzheimer's and dementia, using structured activities and other proven methods to stimulate their minds and help them learn to live with memory impairments.
The memory care community is suitable for people with mild to severe Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and memory loss, as long as their symptoms do not require skilled nursing care (for example, if a person is bedridden or requires incontinence care). To learn more about the Renaissance at Stillwater’s care services, prospective residents can use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: Does the Renaissance at Stillwater offer short-term care programs for in-home care recipients?
Yes! the Renaissance at Stillwater offers respite care programs for people who in-home care recipients. When their family member needs time away from their duties, the person can receive compassionate, individualized care at the Renaissance at Stillwater for up to 30 consecutive days. To learn more, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: How much does the Renaissance at Stillwater cost?
Everyone’s monthly rental fees depend on the size of their apartment and the services they need. Larger floor plans typically cost more than smaller units and the more services a person needs, the more their monthly cost will be. For example, a person who lives in a one-bedroom apartment may pay more than someone who lives in a studio.
Interested parties can get a personalized price quote using the link above, or make an inquiry to learn more about the community’s pricing policies and monthly fees.
From The Owner
At The Renaissance of Stillwater, we think life should be lived to the fullest, regardless of your age. That’s why we are proud to offer an engaging enrichment program, creative community activities and frequent outings that are open to every resident, in both Assisted Living and Memory Care. Whether it’s through our monthly educational expedition to a local museum or a group fishing trip to the pond in our own back yard, we encourage our residents to stay physically, socially, and emotionally engaged. If you’re looking for a senior living community that values comradery and togetherness, we’d love to meet you. Call us to learn more or schedule a tour. Keep Reading