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Senior Resources Welcomes You!

Our name really is our focus…

We are the go-to agency with questions about aging and elder care services – meals, in-home care, transportation, legal assistance, respite, caregiver resources, housing, and much more. Often, people don’t know exactly what they need; they just know they need some assistance.

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, in their own homes and communities. Our vision is lifelong dignity and independence for older adults, their families and caregivers in Muskegon, Oceana and Ottawa counties.

Call one of our trained Options Counselors:  (231) 733-3585 or 1-800-442-0054; Oceana County residents can call (231) 559-0331, or email us: [email protected]

We will listen to your unique life situation, present options, and help guide you to information and resources. We can help with eligibility for government supported programs, application processes, options for long-term care services, and we can serve as a neutral source for aging-related information.

We will guide you on how to best pair your own personal resources with community resources for long-term care needs. We can provide comprehensive assessments and services for the frail elderly at high risk of entering a skilled care facility, and we can help those moving from a nursing facility back into a home environment.

For more information on our Options Counselors, view a short video here.

Our Supports Coordinators can help arrange services such as: adult day care, personal hygiene care, home chore services, home-delivered meals, respite care, medication management, personal emergency response systems, and more.

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Learn more about our online Active Daily Living and get free, personalized advice to help you or a loved one enhance your health and independence and age in place!

 

Learn to use videoconferencing, telemedicine, and other technology with free resources

Older adults can get free help to learn how to navigate technology such as videoconferencing and telemedicine that is more necessary during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Aging & Adult Services Agency at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has a new partnership with GetSetup, a mission-driven education technology company dedicated to creating economic and learning opportunities for older adults. 

Older Michiganders can access more than 150 free online group classes designed for and led by older adults. Offerings include classes on how to use a smartphone or tablet, how to use services like video conferencing, Gmail, Facebook, grocery delivery and telemedicine, as well as virtual social hours. Find out more here: Press Release Aging Adults GetSetUp

Contact

231.733.3585
800.442.0054
[email protected]

 

Location

Tanglewood Park
560 Seminole Road
Muskegon, MI 49444

 

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