Aging Services, a division of Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS) dedicated to developing systems that support independence and quality of life for older Oklahomans and protecting vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect and exploitation, announced today a name change to Community Living, Aging and Protective Services to better reflect their services and supports across the lifespan.
“We are proud of this new name that best describes the many programs and services we offer to keep older or vulnerable Oklahomans better connected and thriving in their own communities,” said Jeromy Buchanan, Community Living, Aging and Protective Services director. “Our services ensure the well-being and stability of our customers in their own homes, or support and advocacy for them while they are in institutional settings. We are dedicated to protecting independence for our customers while also protecting the safety of vulnerable adults, and are thankful for the many partners who join us in our work.”
This name change takes effect immediately, and efforts have begun to rebrand the division across all mediums and assets. There is no associated cost for these changes.