https://okseniorjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/123_1.jpg 430 640 Anne Richardson https://okseniorjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/2022-OSJ-LOGO-no-50-300x63.png Anne Richardson2023-10-20 10:46:392023-10-23 10:45:5310-21-23: Oklahoma Family CareGivers Conference
LIVE SHOW AUDIO !!!!
This show IS FROM LIVE AT THE SECOND HAVE EXPO. And aired Sunday, October 22 at 8a.m.
It is almost time for the Oklahoma Family CareGivers Conference…
this Year, be in person at locations in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Lawton, Enid, and McAlester. or on-line!
(Left of me) Talena Ford – Programs Supervisor at the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. (Center) Zackery Pinney is the Director of Public Relations for SYNERGY HomeCare
and (far left) Lex Heatrice serves on the Public Health Workforce Grant as a Communication Specialist for the Oklahoma Human Services.
Yes, there are Respite vouchers for family members during the conference! Listen in to learn about FREE respite vouchers.
Oklahoma Family Caregivers Conference-Thursday November, 2nd from 9am to 3pm ~ Go To: OKC Cares.org
The Conference is FREE but they do need you to RSVP and Lunch is FREE will be serviced at the in-person locations!
Speakers include: Jess Ronne, author, speaker, podcast host, “Unseen” documentary producer, caregiver advocate, and Founder and Executive Director of The Lucas Project. Richard Lui, veteran and award-winning journalist at MSNBC, producer of the caregiving documentary “Unconditional” and author of the bestselling book “Enough About Me: The Unexpected Power of Selflessness”.
Zackery Pinney is the Director of Public Relations for SYNERGY HomeCare. Zack is 35 years old and from Mcloud, Oklahoma.
Zack has been in senior health for 7 1/2 years, with a background in Hospice and Private Duty.
Talena Ford, a non-profit professional with a Master’s degree in Administrative Leadership from the University of Oklahoma, currently serves as a Programs Supervisor at the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. She oversees federal and state-funded grants that offer support and resources to individuals with special needs and their caregivers, including respite opportunities. Talena actively seeks innovative ways to support Oklahoma’s caregivers. Reach out to her at [email protected].
Lex Heatrice serves on the Public Health Workforce Grant as a Communication Specialist for the Oklahoma Human Services. Mr. Heatrice has served on many organization boards and received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Oklahoma. When not working Lex enjoys spending time with his family, watching Sooner football, and hunting.