Review of Angelwood Assisted Living
I feel they Angel Wood tried there best. We have had some trails with mom here but overall I am pleased, not looking to move her. If I was to give a grade it would be 94.
Excellent compassionate care 😀
We are very happy with the way our mother is being cared for!
Nice facility! No complaints.
My Aunt is liking it at Angelwood Assisted Living. She is doing good. We all went on family night and everybody seemed to be doing well there. It's clean and seems to be good care. They come and get her for meals, she hasn't said anything negative about the food. They do activities, which is nice. I have no complaints about Angelwood.
Caring and helpful staff
Angelwood is a very nice facility. The staff is so caring and helpful. The building is always immaculate. There is a strong sense of community and family here. There are numerous activities to keep the residents engaged.
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Mom has been in Angelwood for a month now and it is going so well. A very friendly staff, and the overall cleanliness is great. We are very happy with mom's experience so far, and hope it continues. She seems to be contented with her new home.
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From the Office
Angelwood Assisted Living is a place where seniors can enjoy all the comforts and conveniences of home, free from burdensome chores associated with daily living, yet receive support and assistance when needed. Trained staff members render individualized service to residents, depending on their wants or needs, while always preserving their dignity, independence and privacy
Angelwood Assisted Living is a senior community with 40 assisted living suites and a total capacity for 55 residents. Built in 1989 on 3.25 acres in western Oklahoma, this community is located in a town of 8,400 and a county of 26,000 about 90 miles west of Oklahoma City.
The building at Angelwood was used as a nursing home until 2004 when it was renovated and remodeled as an assisted care center. This senior community offers all residents access to a dining room, living room, day room, chapel, library/study, dietary center, social activities room, card and game rooms, and medication centers. The central living room and offices are near the main entrance. Clinton Regional Hospital is just down the street.
Nicknamed "Hub City" for its rail and highway connections, the city of Clinton lies at the junction of I-40 and U.S. Highway 183. In a state known as a shipping, receiving and storage hub, Clinton is ideally located for commerce, yet still retains a small-town atmosphere.
Local entertainment opportunities include the Southwest Playhouse, which performs several annual theatrical productions, and the Western Oklahoma Ballet Theater, which also offers several annual performances.
A warm, friendly city, Clinton boasts 17 city parks for picnics, swimming, boating and camping.