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Assisted Living in Oklahoma

According to our records, the state of Oklahoma has at least 851 senior care providers, including 299 assisted living facilities. With costs of assisted living communities in Oklahoma generally ranging between $1,050 and $6,400 monthly, the average annual cost runs around $36,978. The monthly national median cost is around $3,500.

The Tuls metro area has the highest assisted living expenses in the state of Oklahoma, with annual costs of about $44,340 and ranging from $1,075 per month up to $6,340 per month. The lowest assisted living costs in Oklahoma are in the Lawton area, where they range between $2,400 and $3,345 per month. Here, the median annual expense runs about $33,045.

Oklahoma has an outstanding SeniorScore™ of 75. It is the 28th largest state in the US. It has a total population of 3,751,609, 29% of which are seniors. On average, residents have a life expectancy of around 75.9 years.

Citizens of Oklahoma earn an average of around $59,920 of household income per year. The median household earnings are $46,389. On an individual basis, residents earn roughly $23,768. The state currently has an unemployment rate of roughly 6.59% and the overall cost of living is very low.

Oklahoma typically has a mild climate, with average temperatures near 60.3 degrees. The low temperature is around 47.6 and the high temperature averages 71.9 degrees.

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