At Inverness Village, there is always something to share, from innovative new approaches in senior living to resident and associate success stories to exciting community events. To keep you up to date on the newsworthy happenings at our community, we're proud to share those stories here.
Resident and Board Member John Cockrum was honored on Friday night. John Cockrum served as prinicipal and superintendent of Sapulpa Public Schools for many years. He was recognized with a letter from the U.S. Secretary of the Navy thanking him for his service and a book filled with stories of the...Read More »
Inverness Village is proud to have been awarded Planetree Bronze Recognition for Meaningful Progress in Resident-Centered Care. Inverness Village is the first health care organization in Oklahoma to be awarded Bronze-level recognition since Planetree first introduced the recognition level in 2012....Read More »
We’re proud to announce that the International Council on Active Aging has named Inverness Village a 2014 Innovator of the Year for its wellness program modeled on Blue Zones by Dan Buettner.
The community’s program was created to help residents live stronger. It focuses on nine common...Read More »
Inverness Village resident Dorothy Davis is featured in this Tulsa World video and article on the Creative Aging Agency in Tulsa. Since joining the program, Dorothy has rekindled her passion - and skill - for the flute, which she last played in high school. She is one of several retirees profiled...Read More »
Effective June 1, 2015, Doug Leidig will become President & CEO of Asbury Communities, Inc. As a member of the Asbury system of continuing care retirement communities, Inverness Village congratulates Doug on his appointment.
Click here to read about Doug's experience and tenure at Asbury, where he...
Watch Tulsa World's video interview with WWII tank commander Larry Lantow and one with Battle of the Bulge veteran Charles Ward. We're so happy to see two residents of Inverness Village honored for their service to our country in a way that allows them to preserve their stories for future...Read More »