Because mobility is so important to quality of life, Oxford HealthCare makes orthopedics a priority with expert care, support, and compassion.
Oxford HealthCare will host its annual Daughters Without Mothers Spring Tea and Seminar from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at the Messiah Lutheran Church in Springfield, Missouri.
Oxford’s Lifeline and GoSafe services provide peace of mind and security – whether at home, traveling, visiting friends or family, or simply taking a walk outside.
Regardless of your age, we have all experienced music’s ability to create excitement and happiness, evoke memories of the past, and provide comfort and joy. It also impacts health, especially in the elderly.
Because dementia robs people of language, non-verbal communication becomes even more important. Touch is a powerful way to connect with someone who is losing other avenues to communicate.
We give thanks for our many blessings – which includes having such an extraordinary group of caregivers who are collectively driven to enrich life.
Tacos and Talent Oxford HealthCare is looking for RNs, LPNs, CNAs and Aides – and hopes to find some of them at Del Rio Bordertown Café (1801 N Rangeline Rd) on July 19. All current RNs, LPNs, CNAs, and students [...]
Caretaking and Coffee Oxford HealthCare is looking to meet people who have a heart for caretaking – and hope to find some of them at Big Momma's Back Porch on June 21. All skill levels are invited to the come-and-go [...]
Confronting a Challenge Head On Caring for a disabled family member is a challenge people face more and more as lives grow longer and disabilities are dealt with more effectively. More than 40 million Americans are caring for a disabled [...]
Balancing Family Life with Children and Aged Parents It’s probably not the sort of sandwich we had in mind. As we gratefully see generations of our family living longer, many families feel crushed by the duties of caring for parents [...]