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Every once in a while, if you’re lucky enough, you get that special card in the mail, or that phone call that makes your day! We pride ourselves with our “One Call Covers It All” model, but its’ one thing for us to tell you about our programs and services, and quite another to hear the voice of a customer.
YOU are Invited to our LEAN CQI Event Friday Sept. 29th
Senior Services of Southwest Michigan has spent the last year learning and implementing Lean Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) strategies throughout the agency. We have experienced the benefits of growing a more collaborative culture of learning and discovering new ways to overcome obstacles together.
Watch our aging population grow!
The fastest growing segment in America are the Older Adults.
Now you can watch as the population of older adults grows in America by simply clicking on here.
Enjoy Life by Developing a Positive AttitudeA positive attitude is the first step to improved physical, mental, emotional and social well-being. Here are some tips to get you started on the right path.Enjoy:
- Find activities that you enjoy doing and do them.
- Look for ways to enjoy what you have to do; it will completely change your experience.
Connect: Close relationships with family and friends provide love, meaning and support and may increase your feelings of self-worth. Broader networks bring a sense of belonging.
Engage: ‘Doing’ is far more effective than ‘talking’.
- Commit: You’re doing things, but are you doing them half-heartedly or with everything you have?
Trust: Fully believe that you will achieve your goal if you do what you need to with enthusiasm.
Laugh: They say that laughter is the best medicine. Laughter decreases stress hormones and triggers the release of endorphins which promote an overall sense of well-being.
f you are interested in volunteering, or booking the Peer Prevention Players for your next event, just contact Traci Furman, RSVP Special Projects Coordinator, at 382-0515. Tips: laughteronlineuniversity.com
Do you know someone who needs some extra help to make the transition from nursing home to home?
Food for All – Home Delivered Meals for Everyone!
Do you want to avoid the perils of shopping in extreme weather conditions, struggling against icy roads, poor visibility and slippery walkways? Try Food for All, and have the meals come to you!
Food for All is an affordable, easy way to stay safe in your home while enjoying a variety of good, nutritious, made from scratch meals. Customers can choose from a variety of meals depending on dietary needs. Whether it’s for you or a loved one, all it takes is one call to 382-0515 to get the ball rolling. Best of all, you can start and stop anytime.
Food for All is excellent for friends or family recently discharged from the hospital, but not up to cooking for themselves. Just click Food for All on our homepage’s left hand column, to see menus and prices. If your New Year’s resolution is to simplify your life, this is a great way to start!
The latest "Best of Care" Catalog is available on-line...
You can click here to view Southwest Michigan's premier catalog of resources for older adults.
This outstanding publication is in high demand and now you can access it from anywhere via the web. You can also pick up your free copy at our offices in Kalamazoo.
We are located at 918 Jasper Street, just south of downtown Kalamazoo. We are open Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
The 2017 Senior Safety Booklet is now available on-line.
CLICK HERE to view the fifth edition of the Triad Senior Safety Tips booklet. Readers can find detailed information about a variety of safety issues that address current senior concerns. The booklet covers 22 safety topics and has a Kalamazoo County guide and safety reference directory.
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