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Wherever you are in your journey,
Senior Services would like to meet you to provide support
and connect you with the options and resources
that you are seeking.
Calendar of Events
Visit our calendar for a listing of fitness classes, center activities, educational programming, and more!
Always willing to go the “extra mile,” transportation driver John Lupanoff is our May Volunteer of the Month. John has been a transportation volunteer with Senior Services since 2013. John says, “I retired and wanted to contribute to the city.” John explained, “I had friends that drove and liked it so I figured I would give it a try.” He has donated over 1,210 hours to transporting seniors in the last 9 years! Read More
- Friendly Visitor volunteers
- Shopping Volunteers
- Meals on Wheels drivers
- Transportation drivers
- Handyman volunteers
Call Allison, Volunteer and Outreach Manager at 989-633-3741 or visit https://seniorservicesmidland.org/volunteer/.
Making a Difference
To promote and enrich the quality of life for older adults and those who care for them by collaboratively providing meaningful services and opportunities.
Be An Advocate
Senior Services actively advocates for the rights of older adults. Keep up-to-date on current legislation and let your local and state representatives know your views.
“My Care Coordinator is wonderful, she keeps me going.”
“I learned so much! I wish I’d known several years ago what I learned during the last 6 weeks. This has changed my caregiving life!!”
“I couldn’t be a caregiver without your help.”
“I went from denial and fear to I can do this. I feel ready and prepared for the task ahead. I am no longer in denial.”
“We’re all human and make mistakes and we all have burdens, and I don’t get as frustrated with people.”
“Now that I am more accepting of myself, I’m able to be content and at peace, and I can laugh and joke and treasure the moment.”
Every one of our centers is filled with people
just like you—older adults looking for good food,
good friends and fun stuff to do.