Our vision is to provide high-quality housing for seniors at a price affordable for retirees and their families.
We maintain partnerships with a variety of senior-focused organizations, veteran organizations, and low-income programs. Each Executive Director at any one of our communities can help you find the right combination of services to find the best options for you.
Ann Arbor's Meals on Wheels program reduces hunger and food insecurity for homebound adults (age 18+) in Ann Arbor who are frail, medically compromised, or have a short- or long-term disability that impacts their ability to shop and prepare complete, nutritious meals. Meals are offered at no cost - we do ask for a voluntary contribution.
Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels
Address: 2025 Traverwood Dr., Suite F, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Arbor Care offers care homes for seniors. Care homes offer personalized service to small groups of adults. These residential homes provide lodging, meal services, and assistance with daily living activities.
Arbor Hospice provides comfort and support at the end-of-life for persons with life-limiting conditions as well as their families. Arbor Hospice aims to understand the patient's goals for care to make the person comfortable and relieve their symptoms and pain for the entire length of their illness.
The Area Agency on Aging 1-B provides information and assistance on thousands of services and resources for older adults, persons with disabilities and their caregivers across a six county region through a centralized call center staffed by certified resource specialists.
The Corporation for National & Community Service (CNCS) is a federal agency that leads service, volunteering, and grant-making efforts in the United States. Their mission is to improve lives, strengthen communities, and foster civic engagement through service and volunteering.
The Senior Corps (a program within CNCS) helps meet the needs and challenges of America's communities using resources provided by grants and the energy and efforts of citizens age 55 and over. Grants administered through Senior Corps provide funding for:
Foster Grandparents: role models, mentors, and friends to children with exceptional needs.
RSVP: use skills and talents learned over the years, or develop new skills while serving in a variety of volunteer activities within your community.
Senior Companions: provide assistance and friendship to older adults who have difficulty with daily living tasks, such as shopping or paying bills; help adults remain independent in their homes instead of having to move to more costly institutional care.
Older adults face many challenges. From illness and caregiving to needing basic household repairs or tax assistance, CSSW has designed community-based programs to aid the 55 and better population. Through volunteers, staff and collaborations with community parishes, we are able to facilitate several programs to provide respite, activities, tax assistance and so much more for seniors.
Community Enrichment at WCC offers classes that are requested by and designed for older adults. These classes meet at convenient sites throughout Washtenaw County and are available to all county residents who are 65 years or older prior to the start of the semester. Contact individual centers for more details.
Community Enrichment at Washtenaw Community College- Senior Focus
The ElderQuest program is designed to provide a welcoming environment for persons 65 years and older, as well as give them an opportunity to participate fully in campus programs and activities. ElderQuest students will pay ½ of the tuition rate charged at undergraduate or graduate rates, the general fee and the technology fee. All other fees will be waived.
It is the mission of the Evangelical Homes of Michigan, a Health and Human Service Ministry related to the United Church of Christ, to provide health and housing services to person who are elderly in a manner which respects their rights, dignity, and worth as children of God and to render those services with compassion and patience in accordance with the highest professional and ethical standards.
Evangelical Homes of Michigan
EHM Senior Solutions offers a full complement of innovative services to those still living in their homes. Services include: Private Duty Home Care, Medicare-Certified Home Care, Continuing Care at Home Program from LifeChoices®, Technology Solutions from LifeChoice Solutions®, Great Living Meals™, and Community Outreach Services.
Glacier Hills offers, independent living, assisted living, and memory care. They also offer post-acute care which includes short-term rehabilitation for recovery after illness or injury; long-term care for those who need a more extended stay; hospice services; as well as outpatient therapy and home care options to fit a wide variety of health care needs.
Glacier Hills offers a variety of financial programs to meet your individual needs including two different Life-Care fee plans as well as monthly fee options dependent on your desired living environment and care needs. In addition, Glacier Hills participates in programs such as Medicare and Medicaid as well as commercial and private insurance plans to defray the cost of many of the health care options offered on our campus.
The Grandparents as Parents program supports grandparents and other relatives in better understanding the needs of their grandchildren and accessing community resources. This program is a part of Catholic Social Services.
Located next door to St Joseph Mercy Hospital, 4 miles from University of Michigan on East Huron River Drive in Ann Arbor, MI, Heartland provides individualized post-hospital skilled nursing care in a comfortable environment.
As a family owned and operated retirement home in Ann Arbor, Hillside Terrace focuses holistically on improving and maintaining the well-being of our residents through promoting independence, engaging residents in a stimulating environment, and building a trusting rapport. All medical care provided illustrates superb competency, and is personalized to meet each individual's needs.
JFS has skilled, sensitive social workers to help meet the physical, emotional and
spiritual needs of older adults. They offer counseling, home visits, crisis intervention, transportation, and more.
JFS also provides low-cost transportation for older adults (age 60 and up) and people with disabilities. They can ride the CareVan to go to medical appointments, grocery stores, errands, or anywhere else they need to go.
Jewish Family Services
Address: 2245 S. State St., Ste 200 Ann Arbor, Mi 48104
Michigan Visiting Nurses is a home care provider of skilled nursing and rehabilitation services. Our team provides comprehensive and individualized care to patients and families that may need wound management, infusion care, mediation reconciliation and education, special rehab programs and general nursing.
NightRide is a late-night, shared-ride taxi service organized and funded by the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide). All Night Ride trips must be scheduled by phone reservation.$2.50 per person with AAATA senior or ADA identification card.
The People’s Express (PEX) is a low cost Public Transportation Service for townships in Washtenaw County and transfers to a number of bus stops on the AAATA bus route. Most buses and vans are lift-equipped and meet ADA requirements. Reservations must be made at least 3 business days in advance. Call 877-214-6073 between 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Monday - Friday to schedule your ride. Call People's Express for a price quotation.
St. Joseph Mercy Home Care and Hospice provides 24/7/365 support, comfort and compassionate care for patients with serious, possibly terminal illnesses. Surrounded by the support of their loved ones, our patients live free of pain in the comfort of their own homes.
The program utilizes trained volunteers who provide respite assistance for families caring full-time for a homebound older adult. Volunteers visit with the chronically ill family member two to four hours per week offering relief and personal support for caregivers.
If you or someone you know is unable to read standard type print, unable to hold a book in your hands, or, if you have dyslexia - you are eligible for this service! This free service administered by the Ann Arbor District Library loans books, magazines, and videos in alternative formats (audio books on cartridge or for download, large print, braille books and magazines, and descriptive video) to individuals of all ages who are unable to read or use standard printed materials as a result of temporary or permanent visual or physical limitations.
Washtenaw Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled