The Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma works to inspire hope and transform life for Parkinson’s patients and families in Oklahoma. Last week, Concordia Life Care Community hosted the Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma Executive Director, Bruce McIntyre, to discuss empowering approaches to aging with Parkinson’s.
Concordia residents enjoyed a presentation from McIntyre (right) discussing the study and treatment of Parkinson’s, as well as the unique approaches and programs that are available for those impacted by the disease. Concordia’s Wellness Coordinator Chris Coleman (left) joined McIntyre to discuss programs like Concordia’s Rock Steady Boxing Program which helps individuals fight back against the symptoms of Parkinson’s.
Strengthening the Mind, Body and Spirit
Concordia believes in the power of maintaining mental and physical fitness. Just like human bodies need physical activities to say fit, an active brain is vital to memory support and keeping a young, healthy mind. This event is just one example of the resources Concordia provides for residents to strengthen the aging mind, body and spirit.
About Concordia Life Care Community
Concordia Life Care Community is a senior living community located in NW Oklahoma City where residents can live independently with guaranteed access to assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing or long-term care should the need ever arise. At Concordia, residents embrace life, stay fit, grow intellectually and engage in meaningful activities. Concordia is a nonprofit organization committed to upholding Christian values by serving the community through programs including free Wellness on Wheels clinics, its DME/furniture donation program, Mobile Meals and outreach partnerships with the OKC Housing Authority. To learn more about Concordia, visit concordiaseniorliving.com.