Coronavirus Response

Our office is currently closed to the public, but is continuing to operate with an emphasis on remote-work for many of our employees. Our Information and Assistance Department remains an essential senior resource for our region, therefore we will continue to take calls and provide information at (616) 456-5664. Learn more

If you are experiencing symptoms of the COVID-19 coronavirus, please contact your healthcare provider via telephone immediately.

Are you eligible for a nursing home, but would rather live in your own home?

MI Choice Waiver Program may be your option to continue living independently.

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If you're looking to find out what services are available to you in order to remain in your home, Care Management is the place to start. 

Our Care Management team will come to your home, discuss your needs, perform an assessment and develop a plan that works for you. 

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Start where you are! Use what you have! Do what you can!

We offer A Matter of Balance, EnhanceFitness, Tai Chi, Zumba Gold, and Yoga to help increase strength, gain endurance, prevent falls, improve balance, and HAVE FUN!

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Are you caring for a loved one? We have programs and resources available to support you on your caregiving journey.

Learn about options like in-home care, respite certificates, and programs designed to support caregivers like yourself.

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News & Media

My West Michigan Interview: Becoming a Dementia Friend

Have you heard of Dementia Friends? It is a program designed to help you understand how to better communicate and support those with dementia. This is especially important during COVID-19 as many with dementia have likely had the daily routines that they rely on disrupted. Give our interview with My West Michigan a watch below to learn more:

Larry Murray Award Recipients

We were pleased to recently announce the recipients of the Larry Murray Award for 2019 and 2020!

COVID Boredom Buster Ideas

Like many, you could be feeling restless from the time spent at home. We've curated a list of boredom busters with fun activities you can safely do from home with those you love.

My West Michigan Interview: Falls Prevention

Did you know that next week is Falls Prevention Awareness Week? Our Healthy Aging Contract Administrator, Barb Nelson, joined My West Michigan to discuss the importance of falls prevention and steps you can take to avoid falls. Give the interview a watch:

My West Michigan Interview: Becoming a Dementia Friend

Have you heard of Dementia Friends? It is a program designed to help you understand how to better communicate and support those with dementia. This is especially important during COVID-19 as many with dementia have likely had the daily routines that they rely on disrupted. Give our interview with My West Michigan a watch below to learn more:

My West Michigan Interview: Falls Prevention

Did you know that next week is Falls Prevention Awareness Week? Our Healthy Aging Contract Administrator, Barb Nelson, joined My West Michigan to discuss the importance of falls prevention and steps you can take to avoid falls. Give the interview a watch: