Resources for Senior Citizens in the Tulsa Area

LIFE’s Vintage Guide to Housing & Services

Today’s modern world has seen great growth in a variety of industries, but none so vast and quick as the world of aging services. People are living longer; and as Baby Boomers enter their senior years, the world of aging services continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. Gone are the days when the only option was a nursing home. Today’s seniors are blessed with a myriad of residential care alternatives, as well as home and community-based services to help them continue to live safely and independently in their homes for as long as possible. LIFE Senior Services understands that navigating the wide array of aging services can be confusing and overwhelming and is pleased to announce the 2021-2022 edition of LIFE’s Vintage Guide to Housing & Services.

The annual publication is northeastern Oklahoma’s most comprehensive collection of senior resources and is an invaluable tool for older adults and family caregivers, as well as social workers and other professionals who work with older adults.

The 2021-2022 Vintage Guide is a 249-page, full-color publication that features nearly 300 housing options categorized by level-of-care; more than 180 healthcare, hospice and specialty services, including local adult day health programs and a funeral and cremation services section; plus more than 700 community-based services. The publication also includes 31 articles, which address some of the most frequently asked questions concerning aging issues and checklists for comparing different housing, healthcare and hospice options.

We invite you to pick up your FREE copy at any LIFE Senior Services location (listed below). Free copies of LIFE’s Vintage Guide are also available at all 24 Tulsa City-County Libraries and the Will Rogers (Claremore), Catoosa and Coweta public libraries. Additionally, a digital version is available online at LIFE’s website, www.LIFEseniorservices.org. The online version is fully searchable and offers reader-friendly navigation and a variety of viewing and printing tools.

LIFE Senior Services is always here to help when you have questions about senior issues or are looking for solutions to aging challenges. Call LIFE’s SeniorLine at (918) 664-9000 for more information about LIFE’s Vintage Guide or help navigating the publication. To order your copy online, visit LIFE’s website at www.LIFEseniorservices.orgby Kaylee Campbell, Associate Editor. Dates updated by Tara Rittler, TulsaKids Web Editor.

The 2021-2022 LIFE’s Vintage Guide is now available at all LIFE Senior Services locations:

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LIFE Senior Services – Midtown Tulsa
5950 E. 31st St., Tulsa
(west of S. Sheridan Road)

LIFE’s Adult Day Health Services – North Tulsa
902 E. Pine St., Tulsa
(corner of E. Pine St. and N. Lansing Ave.)

LIFE’s Adult Day Health Services – Broken Arrow
3106 S. Juniper Ave., Broken Arrow
(west of E. 101st St. and S. Elm Place)

LIFE’s Senior Center at East Side
1427 S. Indianapolis Ave., Tulsa
(east of E. 15th St. and S. Harvard Ave.)

LIFE’s Senior Center at Southminster
3500 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa
(west of E. 35th Place and S. Peoria Ave.)

Copies of the new LIFE’s Vintage Guide are also available at all Tulsa City-County, Claremore, Coweta and Catoosa libraries, as well as available in a digital, fully-searchable format on our website at www.LIFEseniorservices.org.

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