By: Carol Carter | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: July 2018
LIFE Senior Services and Tulsa Police Department’s Senior Service Unit are pleased to host the 2018 Senior Safety and Lifestyle Fair, July 24, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Exchange Center at Expo Square.
The Senior Safety and Lifestyle Fair promotes health and safety, active aging and independent living for older adults and also offers information and support for family caregivers.
The event is free and open to the public.
According to Det. Debbie Crisp, TPD Senior Services Unit, “We want seniors to feel safe, valued and appreciated. We are here to not only protect them, but also help them access community-based programs and services that will improve their quality of life. We are excited about partnering with LIFE Senior Services to put a spotlight on some of the programs, organizations and activities that can help seniors stay active, involved and healthy.”
The event will feature over 100 exhibitors ranging from senior activity centers; community and volunteer organizations; home improvement companies; financial, legal and insurance advisors and pet adoptions, to physicians and clinics, assistive services and devices, home health and hospice organizations and senior living communities.
Presenting sponsors of the event are OU Physicians and News On 6.
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