FAQ

When was Ardmore Village started?

Ardmore Village first opened in 1984 with 54 cottages for independent living. Today, Ardmore Village campus includes 92 cottages, 20 apartments, 16 townhomes and a 54-suite assisted living residence.

My elderly parent’s needs are so unique: my mom needs help with her prescriptions and she no longer drives. How do we choose her new home? An apartment, a cottage, or the Lodge

When you contact Ardmore Village about your elderly parent(s), we will discuss with you in depth the needs of your parent(s).  We will fully explain all the options and help your family every step of the way during the transition. Your parent’s health and happiness are our primary concern and we will work with your family to ensure the right housing option is chosen.

I assume with the variety of residential choices that there is some choice in cost. What about subsidy?

For a person to be eligible for residency in Ardmore Village’s independent living cottages or apartments:

  • you must be at least 62 years of age and
  • have a gross income that does not exceed $1679.17 a month. (A couple may not exceed $1916.67).

If a person meets this income limit but is younger than 62, that person may still be eligible for residency, but only if they qualify as handicapped or disabled under the definition of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). At this time, the only disability Ardmore Village can accommodate is a person with a mobility disability.

Once you have completed and signed an application, you will be placed on the waiting list of your choice – for either the cottages or apartments.

*Ardmore Village does not discriminate on the basis of handicapped status in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its federally assisted programs and activities.

The Ardmore Village is an Institution of the Oklahoma Episcopal Diocese. Is it open to all faiths and denominations?

Absolutely. We value the freedom of each person to practice their faith.

Does Ardmore Village allow pets?

Yes!  We encourage pets!  We do not charge a pet deposit for independent-living housing options but the pet owner must be capable of caring for their pet.  However, at The Lodge, our assisted-living housing option, a pet deposit is required.  Please contact The Lodge for the cost of the deposit.  We allow one small four-legged domestic pet per residence.