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Springfield, Missouri
417.883.7500
3660 S. National, Suite 300
Springfield, MO 65807

Joplin, Missouri
417.782.0111
2318 E. 32nd Street, Suite C
Joplin, MO 64804

Columbia, Missouri
573.474.1530
1400 Heriford Road, Suite 104
Columbia, MO 65202

West Plains, Missouri
417.255.9577
1625 Gibson Street
West Plains, MO 65775



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Mobile Technology Allows More Seniors to Stay Safe and Healthy at Home

More seniors are embracing in-home health technology. Seniors have been historically slow to join the digital revolution. But over the past several years, technology adoption rates for seniors have strongly outpaced the overall adult population, according to a [...]

2018-10-18T15:27:04+00:00Posted on Monday, June 5, 2017|Lifeline|

Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another—or to "walk a mile in someone else's shoes." Often, our personal experiences bring this opportunity as well as teach us this important lesson.

2018-10-18T15:02:32+00:00Posted on Thursday, January 21, 2016|Caregivers|

Customize Your Care

Oxford provides a variety of customized, quality-of-life services to help our clients continue to do the things they have always loved. Private duty services provide the help needed to remain independent at home.

2018-10-18T14:25:44+00:00Posted on Tuesday, October 6, 2015|Home Care|

What to Do When a Loved One Won’t Accept Help

If possible, be proactive and start a relaxed conversation with an elderly loved one about the possibility of receiving help at home. Practicing listening skills and spending time with your loved one can create opportunities for meaningful conversations and empower your loved one by having input in decisions regarding his/her care.

2018-10-18T15:03:00+00:00Posted on Wednesday, August 26, 2015|Caregivers|

Long-Term Care: What Does It Really Mean?

Researchers at Georgetown University and Pennsylvania State University found that 70% of individuals age 65 and older will need some form of long-term care during their lives. Long-term care is not the same as nursing home care. In fact, most long-term care is provided in the home.

2018-10-18T15:03:28+00:00Posted on Thursday, July 9, 2015|Long-Term Care|