Help is On the Way

SeniorSelect and Select Life Management’s motto is “We’ll Be There For You.”

By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Special Interest | Issue: April 2007

SeniorSelect Marketing Director, Imane Rose, shows off a graphic of the company’s “We’ll Be There For You” brochure.

SeniorSelect includes two divisions of healthcare: SeniorSelect and Select Life Management. Marketing Director, Imane Rose explains the services and benefits offered by both companies.

“SeniorSelect, established in 1998, is a locally owned and operated private health services company that offers exceptional private duty home healthcare. The company is licensed, bonded and insured and has built a reputation on experience, integrity and commitment to provide exceptional medical and non-medical home health services,” says Rose. “Most of our customers have family members who need a variety of care options that extend beyond Medicare. We work with families and individuals in their own homes or at facilities.”

Rose explained that the living assistance offered by SeniorSelect has been designed to meet the needs of customers. SeniorSelect staff can help customers daily or just once in awhile. The healthcare program will meet every client’s expectations with trust, quality, compassion and reliability. SeniorSelect understands the importance of screening and selecting the right caregiver for you or a loved one. The company is quick to respond to needs and requests, and it offers reasonable rates with the ability to accommodate any budget.

“We have the highest standards, no hidden charges in our rates, and our minimums are very lenient,” says Rose. “We are small enough to care, large enough to matter, and our focus is to stay intimate with the families we serve.”

Many clients are content with what SeniorSelect has to offer, which can be as simple as a few hours of companionship or as extensive as providing aid to a patient combating a long-term illness.  Several services include home health aide services, companion services, nursing care, medication assistance, as well as many other special situations. “The patient and his or her family has peace of mind knowing that a registered nurse will be overseeing and managing the care,” explains Rose.

Select Life Management realizes that the aging process impacts family dynamics. The healthcare program personalizes the services the customer receives. The goal is to make life easier for the patient and his or her family.

The services of Select Life Management are designed to provide clients with the ultimate advocate and expert facilitator for all areas of daily life. From minor home repair to assistance with medications, they provide solutions and help navigate the complex aging process. The staff oversees the entire environment of those they watch over, including safety, nutrition, family support, legal issues and cognitive and social behavior.

Many testimonials from pleased customers are listed on SeniorSelect’s website: www.oklahomaeldercare.com. One client sums up the experience for her family, “Thanks for your help, direction, sensitivity and superb care. I am so glad we found your agency. I have enormous respect for the work that you perform, and all the caregivers are terrific.”

If you or a loved one needs a little help, extensive care or companionship, call SeniorSelect today. If you need a consultation, guidance or solutions, call today.

For more information, contact

SeniorSelect & Select Life Management

5110 S. Yale Ave., Ste. 415, Tulsa, OK 74135
(918) 493-2100

www.oklahomaeldercare.com
www.selectlifemanagement.com


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About Author Duane Blankenship

Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.

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