Our name really is our focus…
We are the go-to agency with questions about aging and elder care services. As an Area Agency on Aging we serve as the gateway to local aging resources, planning efforts and services to help older adults remain independent.
Call our trained options counselors to find out more about our programs and services:
231-733-3585 or 1-800-442-0054; from Oceana County 231-559-0331.
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Email us: [email protected]
We will guide you on how to best pair your own personal resources with community resources so that you can continue to live where you choose for as long as you choose.
Information on eligibility for government supported services will be reviewed, application processes explained and next steps taken as indicated by your specific circumstances.
There is no cost for this service and no obligation to implement any of the options we share regarding your long term care needs.
Call 1-800-442-0054 or 231-733-3585; in Oceana County 231-559-0331
Senior Resources offers care coordination services supported in part by federal and state funds allocated under the Older Americans Act. To be eligible for these care coordination services one must be 60 + years of age and unable to perform tasks needed to remain at home. Services include adult day care, homemaking, in-home respite, personal care and medication management. Because of restricted funding, participants receiving this subsidy are generally limited to receiving help only once or twice per week. Participants are asked to cost-share as they are able.
For those with ability to fully pay for services, Senior Resources can conduct an in-home assessment, help determine what level of care is needed, coordinate a full array of services with area providers and bundle all bills into one convenient monthly invoice. This has proven very helpful to out-of-area adult children seeking local oversight and regular updates on their loved ones well-being.
These services are directed to Medicaid eligible adults age 60+ who are not enrolled in the MI Choice Medicaid Waiver program. Individuals enrolled in the program must meet nursing home level of care criteria. A Care Manager provides assessment services, care planning, service coordination, follow-up and re-assessment.