Here are some resources we thought you might be interested in via our partnering organizations:

A full-service home health and personal service provider.

Metro In-Home Solutions
2016 Accessibility Modification Program (AMP is a grant program that assists homeowners who are in need of minor home repairs. The grant program provides home repair grants up to $15,000 to low or moderate-income owner occupied homeowners in Metropolitan Detroit.

PACE Southeast Michigan is a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). PACE Southeast Michigan uses Medicare, Medicaid and private funds to cover all of your medically necessary care and services.

Here are some other resources you may find useful for An Aging Well Attitude. Remember, Knowledge is power!

In-home care and services

Alzheimer’s Foundation

LeadingAge National

LeadingAge Michigan

AARP National

AARP Michigan

Aging at Home

Bipartisan Policy Center
If you want to age in your home or community, explore BPC’s checklist of helpful resources.

Parkinson’s Disease



Michigan State Adult & Aging Services Agency (AASA)
Aging services help older adults live in the setting of their choice for as long as possible, and complement the care provided by family or friends.

Research, education, outreach and partnerships

Institute of Gerontology
Research in social and behavioral sciences and cognitive neuroscience to issues of aging and urban health

Life Lessons and How To Savor Them
Download a free copy of Life Lessons and How to Savor Them: Creating Positive Perceptions of Aging in Older Adults by Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging and Loyola University Chicago.