It also allows assisted living staff, their families and the community to demonstrate their love and respect for residents. The association is a nonprofit group dedicated to the preservation of dignity and choice for older Oklahomans and the quality of their care in the senior living setting.
“We know our assisted living elders are never too old to learn something new,” Ridenour said.
“We look forward to learning from them as well. We hope the outside community will stop by, be inspired and create with our assisted living residents because they inspire us every day.”
For more information, call 235-5000 or go to www.okala.org.