Local Resources Near Our In Home Senior Care Agency in Clinton Township, MI
It’s important that loved ones seeking in home senior care get out and about simply for fresh air or to socialize
There are many things that can be done for your loved one at home so they can thrive independently. However, there are also many instances where they will need to leave the home for errands, health checkups, events, and more. Our in home senior care team can be there for them! We ensure your loved one’s safety by regularly reviewing our team members personal records and driving records in addition to drug screenings. Their vehicles are also inspected to confirm that they are equipped with senior-friendly accommodations.
Going out into the city of Clinton Township can be very beneficial for your loved one. Walking to and from destinations can improve their circulation, loosen stiff joints, and generally give them some low-impact exercise. Interacting with others, building relations, and engaging the mind it other ways can also do wonders for their mental health. Start planning a fun day with your in home senior care providers, family members, or friends! Maybe you will even see us at a community event!
Activities & Adventures
BRAvo- McLaren Foundation | (586) 741-4330
Organized by McLaren Macomb, this event is held to support breast cancer awareness and prevention. Funds raised here help to provide women with free mammograms, and other services to maintain their physical health. Comfort Keepers is a proud participant every year! Just remember their motto that “early detection is your best bet.”
VVA- Chapter 154 | (586) 776-9810
Chapter 154 of the Vietnam Veterans of America host a large food pantry to help feed thousands of families. Founded and ran by Veterans, they want others to understand that you don’t need to choose between paying for other life necessities or going hungry. They are here to “give you a hand, not a handout”, and respect those while in their time of need. Comfort Keepers holds a food bank every quarter, and all nonperishables are donated to their foodbank.
A Knight To Knock Your Socks Off- Henry Macomb | (313) 773-4363
A yearly event held by the Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, proceeds from this event go to progress their surgical expansion project. Upon completion, residents will have the option of state-of-the-art surgical care close to home. We are excited to participate every year to help bring more valuable medical resources such as in home senior care to families in the community.
Join our entire office at the world’s largest event to raise awareness and donations that will support Alzheimer’s research! People of all ages can participate to support their love ones, friends, and community. Last year we raised $2,000- can we beat it?
Senior Fun Festival | (586) 469-5228
You can find our office’s booth at Macomb County’s largest senior expo! Come on down to find a collection of senior resources all in one place. From health screenings to bingo, enjoy it all while dancing to the live entertainment.
On an annual basis this cultural center will hold one of the biggest senior expos in the area. Sign up for classes and other activities that can benefit your senior loved one’s health and happiness. We are always in attendance!
Salute To Seniors | (586) 206-3133
Find us at this expo specifically for Veterans to dicuss in home senior care options. Families can come to discuss the various benefits and resources available to Veterans within the community, all under one roof. Hosted by Rep. Peter Lucido.
Community & Government
- Clinton Township Senior Center | (586) 286-9333
- Sterling Heights Senior Center | (586) 446-2750
- Shelby Township Senior Center | (586) 739-7540
- Romeo/Washington Senior Center (services two cities, but one location) | (586) 752-9601
Chamber of Commerce
- Sterling Heights Chamber of Commerce | (586) 731-5400
- Romeo Chamber of Commerce | (586) 752-4436
- Macomb Chamber of Commerce | (586) 493-7600
Health & Wellness
Alzheimer’s Association- Greater Michigan Chapter | (248) 351-0280
One of the most difficult things a family could face is a loved one that has developed dementia or Alzheimer’s. We’re proud to have partnered with the Alzheimer’s Association to help raise awareness of the diseases, as well as funds to find a cure or provide resources for those managing the disease. Speak with our experts to find a screening center, or help create a plan of care that can prepare you for the road ahead.
- Henry Ford Hospital | (313) 916-2600
- Beaumont Hospital | See website for specific location
- McLaren Hospital | See website for specific location
- St. John Providence Hospital | (313) 343-4000
Kathy Housey’s Brain Health- Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care | (248) 343-6819
Kathy Housey, a certified "Train the Brain," instructor has a four-part series discussing the latest finding on aging brain. The first lecture in the series will dispel past theories that we are genetically predisposed to cognitive decline and even Alzheimer's disease. Three strategies for optimum brain health are revealed, which form the basis of subsequent lectures. In the second lecture, Kathy Housey presents the exciting and vital connection between exercise and increased brain capacity. The old adage "use it or lose it," is never more valid as related to senior brain health. Kathy discusses not only the latest findings but offers exercise for different ability levels and discusses aspects of balance drills alongside aerobic exercise. The third lectures discuss the important connections between what you put in your body and how it affects cognitive functioning. Simple dietary changes can make you look and feel better while offering important brain protection. "Leaky gut syndrome," and the effects of too much sugar are discussed and important food strategies are offered. Lastly, the fourth lecture will reveal the importance and lasting effects both relaxation and sleep have on achieving and maintaining brain health. Actual measurable results and brain growth can be achieved by taking out a few minutes each day using techniques Kathy Housey offers during this session.
Teepa Snow- Dementia & Alzheimer’s Care | (877) 877-1671
Teepa Snow is an accomplished occupational therapist as well as an educator on dementia and the care surrounding it. She started Positive Approach® to Care, a company designed to provide essential training, health services, and products for those affected by dementia.