This news story was originally printed in The Oklahoman. Students at Francis Tuttle Technology Center became teachers to help residents from a nearby retirement community learn to use technology more effectively. The eight weeks of class culminated Nov. 18 when 10 residents of Concordia Life Care Community graduated from the Cyber Seniors program. “Technology use is one way today’s older adults are keeping their minds active and sharp,” said Danny Eischen, Concordia executive director, who reached out to Francis Tuttle after viewing …Continue Reading
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This news story was originally printed in The Oklahoman. Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to care for our elders. For retirees, the thought of making decisions about downsizing or moving, where to move, and how to plan for future lifestyle needs can be overwhelming. Recognizing the need to make late-life transitions easier, a group of senior life plan communities has partnered with Chris and Nikki Buckelew of OKC Mature Moves with Keller …Continue Reading
This news story was originally printed in The Oklahoman. In an effort to encourage awareness about a health issue directly affecting more than 5 million Americans, Concordia Life Care Community is joining forces this month with the Alzheimer’s Association Oklahoma chapter. Concordia has invited Alzheimer’s Association Education Coordinator Carla Scull to deliver lectures offering practical information about the disease, according to a news release. Concordia also will sponsor and participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and hold its own …Continue Reading
OKLAHOMA CITY – In an effort to encourage awareness and action around a health issue directly affecting more than 5 million Americans, Concordia Life Care Community is joining forces with the Alzheimer’s Association Oklahoma Chapter this month for a series of events and activities. Concordia will bring in Alzheimer’s Association Education Coordinator Carla Scull to deliver a series of lectures offering practical information about the disease. Alongside the lecture series, Concordia will sponsor and participate in the association’s Walk to …Continue Reading