Elder Care's mission is to ensure that mature adults live happy, healthy independent lives by linking them with the vital services necessary to maintain maximum independence in their home environments.
Through our programs we offer a broad range of services to seniors and their caregivers including: case management, adult day health services, caregiver support groups, home care services, specialized primary healthcare, physical therapy, and a social networking group.
Elder Care is pleased to announce its 2016 line up of
Senior Strategies Seminars scheduled Tuesdays in September from 9:00am-10:00am. All seminars will be held at Elder Care.
September 6-- Sonya Reed and Sheila Evans, of Arvest Asset Management, will present, “Reevaluating Your Retirement Fund” talking about the importance of regularly reviewing your approach to investing to ensure your investment strategies match your goals for the present and the future.
September 13--Devon Murray, Education Specialist with Oklahoma Healthy Aging Institute, will discuss the signs and symptoms of Diabetes, how to monitor Diabetes as well as healthy eating and staying active in a program titled “Understanding Diabetes.”
September 20--Janice P. Dreiling, practicing Attorney and retired District Judge, will return to Elder Care’s Senior Strategies to present a seminar titled, “Protect Yourself with a Durable Power of Attorney.”
September 27--Lisa Roll, MS, Licensed Professional Counselor, will focus on how to calm the mind and body to help with stress in “Keys for a Mindful Vibrant Life.”
Seminars are free and open to the public. Registration is recommended to ensure seating. To reserve your seat
please call 918-336-8500.
15 Mar 2016
Elder Care's Center for Healthy Aging & NeuroHealth receives Best Practice of the Year Award by Leading Age Oklahoma
Elder Care’s Center for Healthy Aging & NeuroHealth recently received the 2016 Best Practice of the Year Award by Leading Age Oklahoma. The Center for Healthy Aging & Neuro Health provides care and services for patients and their families faced with the challenges of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. Staffed by Dr. Walter Lajara, who is board certified in Neurology and Psychiatry, the center provides educational support services for patients and families in addition to the clinical services provided.
16 Mar 2015
Elder Care's Golden Opportunities Program named Best Practice of the Year in the state by Leading Age Oklahoma
Elder Care’s Golden Opportunities program recently received the 2015 Best Practice of the Year Award by Leading Age Oklahoma. The Best Practice of the Year Award is given to an organization which displays outstanding initiative in the provision of services for older adults including a practice that demonstrates significantly improved access to services that enhance their quality of life and a practice that is unique to the organization and would be worthy of replication in other organizations.
22 May 2014
Elder Care received DHS Aging Services' Program of the Year Award for Golden Opportunities. Our Golden Opportunities program received this award for making a significant contribution in service to older Oklahomans and their families.
14 April 2014
Elder Care received the title of “Oklahoma’s top Nonprofit” at the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits ONE Awards. Elder Care was first awarded the winner in the Seniors category and received the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation/Herman Kaiser Foundation Award. Then later in the evening, Elder Care was announced as the 2014 Top Nonprofit in the state of Oklahoma winning the Charles Schusterman Award for Excellence.
28 March 2014
Elder Care received the
The Partnership Conference for Oklahoma Families Partnership Award. The Award was given to our DayBreak Adult Day Health program for their partnership with the Green Country Pilot Club. The Pilot Club has been a wonderful partner for our DayBreak program by helping us to purchase computer programs and fiber optic light tubes.
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