Why Thunder Care and Rehab?
Locally owned and operated, our family has been caring and helping families for over 50 years. You want your loved one to receive loving, caring, high-quality professional health care; Thunder Care and Rehab strives to provide that to every resident.
Our primary role is to help your loved one gain and maintain as much control and independence in their lives as possible. We emphasize strengths, not limitations, providing the appropriate setting and levels of care that enable individuals to reach their highest functional level, and we do so while preserving each person’s dignity and sense of well being.
To ensure that your loved one maintains a well balanced lifestyle, we offer a variety of therapeutic leisure activities, designed to meet psychological, mental, physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Our residents always enjoy the annual Fall Festival! We use the proceeds from this yearly event to purchase Christmas gifts for all our residents and help make the holiday season special.
Christmas is a special season, full of tradition, family, and home. Ada Care Center staff and residents have become family and home to many of our folks. Over time, we have developed our own traditions. This is an ideal time to show our love for those who have become a part of our daily lives.
Life changes us. Our physical features change. Our appetites change. Our way of looking at the world changes. One thing that never changes, though, is the need to love and be loved.
Every year, our residents elect members of their community to be King and Queen for our Valentine’s Day party. We love our residents and try to show them so every day, but this day is especially fun!
We were privileged to have Timberwood Elementary School of Moore come sing for us. Thank you, kids! Our residents love it when you come see us!
Each year, our staff prepares and serves a special Thanksgiving dinner to our residents and their guests. It’s a fun time as friends and family reflect on all we have for which to be grateful even in the face of health-related trials.