Elder Care’s services are insightfully designed to help anyone age 60 and over and older live active, healthy lifestyles to avoid premature placement in residential living facilities. These services include a primary health clinic, physical therapy, adult day health, in-home care and companion services, medical equipment loan, care management, and networking opportunities. We also have services to help support caregivers in our community.
W.R. Bohon Senior Health Clinic
If you are over 60, you need a primary physician that specializes in you. Dr. Jerry Brad Jarrell has more than 30 years of experience in internal medicine, helping people through the aging process.
Whether you are healthy and looking for a primary care physician to see yearly, or if you have complex medical and social issues, Elder Care’s W.R. Bohon Senior Health Clinic is your source for medical care.
Physical Therapy Clinic
Elder Care Physical Therapy provides exceptional care to patients of all ages, focusing on one-on-one personalized care for pre-and post-operative orthopedic rehab, spinal pathologies, functional decline, balance, and more.
Our clients enjoy reaching their therapy goals in an inviting, friendly, and relaxed atmosphere with compassionate therapists who specialize in the physical needs of mature adults.
DayBreak Adult Day Health Center
DayBreak provides social interaction and therapeutic activities for adults with various levels of physical and cognitive abilities who may need supervised care in a safe environment during the week.
Each day is filled with activities designed to stimulate minds and boost self-esteem. Nutritious meals and snacks are served and can be tailored to dietary needs. Transportation is also available for participants each weekday.
In-Home and Companion Services
Elder Care provides companion services to mature adults. Companions help ensure the basic needs of your loved ones are met.
Each care plan is customized based on the individual’s needs and can be one hour a week or 24-hour companion care.
Golden Opportunities is a social networking group that enhances the lives of active mature adults. It offers fitness and educational classes, social events, and day trips perfect for any budget. Stop by, spread your horizons and see why everyone is smiling when they join Golden Opportunities.
Encouraging independence is important to Elder Care and the people we support. Our care managers act as service coordinators, advocates, and advisors who help mature adults maintain independence and enjoy safe, comfortable living conditions in the home as long as possible. Care Management services can offer guidance, develop a care plan and supervise an elderly person’s care.
Caregiver Support Group
Being a caregiver can be physically and emotionally draining. Our support group offers practical information in a nurturing environment. We can also provide your loved one care in our DayBreak Adult Day Health program during the support meeting, without charge. Please make arrangements for your loved one in advance of the meeting by calling 918-336-8500.
Medical Equipment Loan
Do you have a temporary need for a cane, walker, wheelchair, or shower bench? Elder Care loans out medical equipment at no charge for as long as you need it. We simply ask that you return it when you are finished using it so that we can help someone else. Call to set up an appointment for pick-up at 918-336-8500. If you have medical equipment that is no longer needed, Elder Care is happy to accept your donation so that we may continue to offer this free service to others. Donations are tax-deductible.
Cool Room Project
Throughout the heat of the summer months, Elder Care loans air conditioners to mature adults in need of relief during this time. Young Professionals of Bartlesville continues to help Elder Care with this project each year with an annual fundraiser so that we may purchase new air conditioners and can continue to meet the needs of the community.
Elder Care provides a wide range of services with the help of dedicated volunteers who donate their time to helping mature adults. Volunteers help with light office work such as answering phones, copying, and envelope stuffing as well as making preparations for events. Other rewarding opportunities include special events, arts and crafts, and interacting with DayBreak clients by playing pool, dominos, or sharing a conversation.
Join the fun! Volunteer and help a mature adult in your community.
For more information on our services, or to schedule a tour of our spectacular facility, please call 918-336-8500, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.