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Through the pandemic, Hospitality House of Tulsa continues serving those in medical crisis
The Tulsa Schweitzer Fellowship views health as not just an absence of disease, but as a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being.
In 2013, Stan and Barbara Grogg started the nonprofit Power of a Nickel to continue their medical service.
The program allows caregivers and their elderly clients who suffer memory issues a chance to share new experiences and learning opportunities.
“The family that works together, stays together.” That isn’t precisely how the saying goes, but it has proven true for three longtime Tulsans …
Thirty-five percent of U.S. adults are not getting the recommended seven hours of sleep each night.
“Going to sleep is a terrifying experience when you know it hurts all night,” says Carolyn James, a Redbud Physical Therapy patient.