Triad Eye Medical Clinic and Cataract Institute will conduct free vision screenings on Nov. 18, from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., in the Macramé Room.

Triad’s comprehensive screenings include evaluations and counseling for vision, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic eye disease, macular degeneration, dry eyes and external diseases of the eyes and eyelids. Triad’s professional screening team includes Dr. Beth Walker and a technician. Triad does not dilate or provide prescriptions for glasses, and they do not sell any products.

Triad’s goal is to educate people regarding how to utilize their medical insurance for eye care. About 75% of people screened need referrals, and the company works in conjunction with many local eye physicians.

Screening space will be limited. Sign up in the office to take advantage of this free service.

What is the Broken Arrow Senior Center?

The Center is a place where adults can meet others, gain information, receive services, and participate in a variety of activities. The Senior Center programs fosters independence, dignity, community involvement and personal growth. In addition, the Senior Center provides many opportunities for recreation, self-help, companionship and wellness.

Telephone: 918.259.8377
  • Health: Seminars/Screenings/Fitness Classes
  • Recreation: Games/Crafts/Music/Entertainment
  • Enrichment: Support Groups/Volunteer Opportunities/Community Service
  • Nutrition: Lunches served daily/Birthday “Pot Luck” Luncheons        


BASI_Bus_Rounded      The Broken Arrow Senior Transportation Program provides transportation to and from the senior center for members who live within a defined service area.   This service is available Monday through Friday.

BASI Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a safe place for older adults to be physically active and socially engaged.