Concordia News for Seniors

News for the Concordia Family

Concordia Family Members: I pray this letter finds everyone doing as well as can be expected during this time.  I want you to know how much the staff truly appreciates your patience and positive feedback for the changes that we have had to adopt to help keep everyone at Concordia safe.  I know these changes have been difficult on you and your loved ones as we have asked and required a dramatic shift in their daily activity.  Please know that …

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An update on COVID-19 from Concordia CEO, Danny Eischen

Update as of April 2 for Concordia Family Members and Friends: Concordia Family Members: I pray this letter finds everyone doing as well as can be expected during this time.  I want you to know how much the staff truly appreciates your patience and positive feedback for the changes that we have had to adopt to help keep everyone at Concordia safe.  I know these changes have been difficult on you and your loved ones as we have asked and …

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Concordia Recognized at LeadingAge Oklahoma

Celebrating 25 years, LeadingAge Oklahoma held their annual conference on March 10-11  with several Concordia residents and staff in attendance. To open the event, members of the Concordia choir performed the song “There Will Be Peace on Earth”  followed by Concordia’s CEO, Danny Eischen, speaking about the importance of effectively sharing your outreach and programming efforts to positively impact your organization. The event concluded with staff members Ruth Boone and Delba Murphey being honored and recognized for 25 years of service in …

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Finding better brain health through food

This article was originally posted on OKCFox.com. OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — The Brain Boys want you to start a love affair– with your own mind. They say it’s never too early or too late to start setting your self-up for better brain health.   Brain health has many parts and food, social relations, and environmental conditions are all part of the equation. Valentine’s Day could be the right time to start appreciating and actively taking care of your brain.   …

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