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The Frances E. Willard Home for Girls was established in 1917 to serve as a place for abandoned, orphaned or neglected girls who had no place to stay except at the county jail. Between 1917 and 2003, the home served more than 4,000 girls.


Berry Mullennix, Panther Energy CEO and president, Kevin Gross, CEO Ardent Health Services, Hillcrest System Oklahoma Division, and Kenneth Statton, M&M Manufacturing, Inc. president, outlined what their respective industries expected during 2016 during the Tulsa Regional Chamber Economic Outlook Forum.

While there will always be a need for quality long-term care facilities, it is important for seniors and their families to know that there are other options that may be more appropriate for them. Some frequently used home-based services today include meal delivery, housekeeping, medication management, personal care, health monitoring and behavioral health. I for one can’t wait to see how these services expand and diversify as the boomers leave their footprint once again.

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