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Senior Services News

New Accessible Pavilion and Three-Wheel Bike Check-Outs

Senior Services is happy to announce that new accessible opportunities for fitness and recreation are available to the community starting August 15, 2022. Thanks to funds from the Strosacker Foundation, Friends of the Rail-Trail, and The Great Lakes Bay Invitational,...

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August Volunteer of the Month

by Allison Rossi Utter, Volunteer & Community Outreach Manager Grace Daines has been chosen for the August Volunteer of the Month for her outstanding contributions through the Health Benefits Assistance program. Grace has been volunteering with Senior Services for...

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You may be able to save on your Medicare costs!

Are you concerned about your Medicare premiums or prescription or other medical costs? You may be able to get help. There are two programs that may be able to assist you, if you meet income and asset guidelines. Medicare Savings Program may help pay Medicare Part A...

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Welcome Tracey Wright, Coleman Center Site Manager

by Nancy Kawiecki, Center Services Manager Tracey has worked at Senior Services for the past 15 years in the Home Care Department. Previous to moving to Michigan, Tracey was the Assistant Manager of a group home where she developed & implemented activities with...

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Our Mind Matters: Hydration

By Julie Shirk, Seasons Adult Day Health Services Registered Nurse As the summer temperatures climb, it is increasingly important to remain hydrated. We know that hydration is important for our health and wellbeing. It supports our digestion, brain health, sleep, oral...

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Don’t Forget to Vote on August 2nd!

The Midland County Senior Millage will be on the August 2nd ballot. This millage supports programs essential to the well being of older adults in our community. It assures that people aged 60+ will continue to receive lifesaving services such as: Activity & Dining...

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Coleman Center Director Sheryl Watson is Retiring!

By Nancy Kawiecki, Center Services Manager After 28 ½ years as the Coleman Center Director, Sheryl Watson is retiring. Sheryl started as the Coleman Center Director on October 12, 1993. While working in Midland at another agency located in the same building as Senior...

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Care Coordination Corner: It’s Not Just Meat & Potatoes

by Julie Randolph, Care Coordination Manager When an older adult works with a Care Coordinator, one of the first discussions is about their nutritional health. Is the individual able to shop for groceries, cook, or clean up after a meal? Can the individual leave their...

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