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VIDEO: Senior Transitions

In this educational video’s discussion with Senior Transitions, we learn about how to navigate moving and downsizing for seniors. A move is filled with many emotions and challenges, it is important to know the resources that are available to you when you need them most.

VIDEO: The Importance of Home Health

In this educational video’s conversation with Sooner Home Health’s, Jamie Roberts and Kevin Holstein, we discuss the importance of home health, the qualifications to receive services, and the type of services provided by a home health company.

VIDEO: The First Look into Hospice

Right At Home visits with Steve Howard CMO of Centennial Hospice and today we are asking informative questions to help educate everyone on exactly what hospice is, including the timing, onboarding, financials, and benefits of hospice services. 

VIDEO: Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma

In this educational video’s discussion with Bruce McIntyre, President of the Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma, we learn about the resources, services, support, and events they provide.

VIDEO: Discovering a CCRC

In this educational video's discussion with Angela Ulissi, Sales Director at The Fountains at Canterbury, we learn all about a Continuum Care Retirement Community (CCRC).

VIDEO: What is Palliative Care?

In this educational video's discussion with Holly Andrews, Community Liaison, and Janese Williams, Clinical Liaison, from Oklahoma Palliative and Hospice Care, we learn more about their palliative program. 

Raised Garden Beds for Seniors

With Spring approaching fast, planting your own garden with raised garden beds can be invigorating and allow for much needed sunshine and fresh air.

Senior Self-Defense and Safety Tips

Let’s face it the world can be a very dangerous place. What we can do to minimize putting ourselves in a dangerous situation? For seniors preventative measures are one of the best choices.

Respite Care for Seniors

There are approximately 20 million Americans who provide some sort of much needed senior care for a loved one over the age of 65, and typically it’s family and friends who provide that care. They need a break and respite care is the answer.

Great Dogs for Seniors

Should you get a dog? Seniors make great dog owners because they typically have more time to spend with their pet and they are usually much more patient than younger dog owners.