The Fountains at Canterbury

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living
  • Memory Care
  • Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing

The Best Value in Oklahoma City Senior Living

The Fountains at Canterbury, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a retirement community offering Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing on an idyllic 39-acre campus featuring lakeside trails and a fishing dock. You’ll find us conveniently located near shopping, dining, entertainment, parks and healthcare.

Choose from spacious studio, one-bedroom or large two-bedroom with den apartments or cottages, wonderfully appointed with a full kitchen, large living room and bathrooms. Whether you like formal, casual, traditional or contemporary, our skilled interior design professionals are ready to help you customize your new home to your exact tastes. In addition to a host of convenient services, residents of The Fountains at Canterbury enjoy an elegant dining room, state-of-the-art fitness center, heated indoor pool, billiards lounge, well-stocked library and full-service beauty salon and barber shop, among other amenities.

Life at The Fountains at Canterbury

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK – Forbes List of 25 Best Places To Retire in 2014

Oklahoma City, OK made the Forbes list of The Best Places to Retire in 2014! We all love living here, but it’s nice to have our city recognized by none other than Forbes. Oklahoma City is the largest city in the state of Oklahoma and is known for its parks, varied festivals, national sporting events, museums and districts […]

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Ice Cream Cone Ornaments

What a fun Watermark University Class! Darrell Teague, LPN at The Inn and Gardens, did a fun crafts class for WU, making ice cream cone ornaments of all colors. Residents had fun doing their own and picking out their favorite color. He started with a real waffle cone, topped it with a glass bulb and […]

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Gardens Residents’ Own Thanksgiving Dinner

Residents in our memory care decided they wanted to cook their own Thanksgiving dinner two weeks prior to the holiday dinner served here at the community. Mary Shrum, Program Coordinator for The Inn and Gardens, bought all the fixins for a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner and residents jumped right in and prepared it themselves. Mary assisted […]

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Resident Voices

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Residents Chuck and Marge Whitehair’s Sense of Adventure Moved Them to The Fountains

RETIREMENT LIVING YOUR WAY Nobody lives quite like you. So make a plan to live where you know you can always call your own shots. “I like it here because I do not have to get in my car to go somewhere. There’s always someone to talk to. There’s always something to do if you […]

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Resident Mary Robinson’s Desire for an Active Lifestyle Moved Her to The Fountains

MAKE YOUR NEXT MOVE YOUR BEST MOVE One of the best aspects of retirement is embracing the freedom to enjoy your active independence with friends. “My friends thought I did it too soon, that I was too young to move into such a place, but I didn’t feel that way.” – Mary Robinson, a resident […]

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Darryl and Hazel Woodson talk about their decision to move to a retirement community.

“My first advice is don’t wait too long. We’re on the independent living part of it and sometimes people come in on independent that probably should go to the assisted living; they can barely get around. But like my wife just mentioned, I think it’s like any place you go, you’ve got to make an […]

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Out and About

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Cracker Barrel

Town Center residents enjoyed an afternoon out at the Cracker Barrel for lunch and shopping. This was a mystery lunch so no one knew where they were headed until we arrived…even the bus driver! It was a pleasant surprise as everything was so decorative with lots of fun Christmas gifts all throughout their little store. […]

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Watermark University: Trail of Tears

Mary Shrum decided to take a different approach to her Watermark University class, “Trail of Tears” by taking the class to Anadarko to see some of the history first hand. Residents browsed through the museums and learned many new facts about the Native Americans and their trek to new land. One resident commented, “there were […]

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Out & About: Redhawks Baseball Game in Bricktown

What a night for a ballgame! It was a beautiful evening for the residents to head to the Redhawks Baseball game in Bricktown. It was a night for reminiscing about going to the Cardinals and Yankees games and playing baseball as kids, sneaking into games when times were tough. The hot dogs and beer just […]

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Dining

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Italian Theme Dinner at The Town Center

Town Center residents were swept away to old Italy as they danced to the music of The Silver Tops playing many Italian favorites and for dinner they were surprised with an amazing dinner made from scratch! Tisha Toombs, one of our talented cooks, prepared her own homemade pasta for everyone to see. The meal began […]

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Gardens Mary and Inez Jones stuffing turkey

Gardens Residents’ Own Thanksgiving Dinner

Residents in our memory care decided they wanted to cook their own Thanksgiving dinner two weeks prior to the holiday dinner served here at the community. Mary Shrum, Program Coordinator for The Inn and Gardens, bought all the fixins for a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner and residents jumped right in and prepared it themselves. Mary assisted […]

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Lead Chef Chris Larkins Prepares Culinary Delights for All

Our featured chef at The Fountains at Canterbury is Chris Larkins. Chris began his culinary journey at the young age of 15 while working at an Italian restaurant. As he cleared the tables and washed the dishes, he was always more interested in what the cooks were doing. He would admire their cooking techniques, and […]

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On Aging

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Honoring Our Veterans at The Fountains @ Canterbury

Today we honor all our Veterans around the world with a special tribute on this Veterans Day. Crossroads Hospice sponsored a program for our 44 veterans here at Canterbury. Their chaplain lead the ceremony by talking about the meaning of the day and some of the history, going back to WWI when it was originally […]

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Joint Pain Seminar

The Fountains at Canterbury will host a seminar on joint pain presented by Dr. Mark F. Kowalski August 6th at noon in the Town Center at The Fountains at Canterbury. The event is free and open to the public. Kowalski’s discussion topics will include osteoarthritis, arthritis of the hip and knee, surgical and non-surgical joint […]

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Reviews

Facebook Review – Could not have wished for a better place for my folks to retire.

Could not have wished for a better place for my folks to retire to…. I have also been welcomed by staff…. Thank you very much…. Keep up the good work

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SeniorAdvisor Review – Top notch skilled nursing and rehab facility.

We’re very pleased with The Fountains at Canterbury, they’ve done an excellent job in all aspects of the care that they’ve provided! They have a top notch skilled nursing and rehab facility, and they also do an excellent job with their memory care community. The staff here are very compassionate and patient with their residents, […]

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Caring.com Review – Once a mother, now a friend.

When Mom arrived in assisted living, she could not stand or walk and required a 24-hour caregiver. She could not eat or drink on her own and was in a deep state of depression. While I found much advice on medical conditions and treatment, I found virtually nothing on understanding assisted living. Sure, there were […]

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