This program is offered in Oakland, Kent and Barry counties for individuals over the age of 60 that supports the wellbeing, independence and dignity of older adults through community education, mental health services, and connection to community resources. Click here to learn more.
This program is offered in the Kent County area by an Occupational Therapist promotes independent living skills, home safety/ fall prevention assessment, ADL assessment and intervention, healthy lifestyles, and the opportunity to socialize through educational groups. The Kent County program is funded in part by the Kent County Senior Millage funds from the Area Agency on Aging.
Offered in Kent, Allegan, Ionia, Montcalm, Newago, Mecosta, Osceola, Lake and Mason countiesm an Occupational Therapist trains the caregiver in home safety/ fall prevention and activities of daily living (ADL) intervention for their loved one. Caregivers also learn ways in which to care for themselves. The program is funded in part by the Older Americans Act grant from the Area Agency on Aging of West Michigan.