Hurry, it's not too late to nominate someone for the Senior Citizen of the Year Program
Our 2002 Client and Service Summary is now available. The report highlights the profile of
clients served and describes the services provided in 2002 by OSA and the network of area agencies on
aging and service providers with funds from the federal Older Americans Act and the State of Michigan.
The State Advisory Council on Aging has issued an annual report for 2003. To obtain a copy of this report, click here. (PDF)
"Michigan... where Aging and Dignity Meet"
provides a snapshot view of Michigan's aging network and
older adults served in our state. Click here to preview
this document that offers a brief profile of seniors who
benefit from services offered throughout Michigan's local communities.
If you would like to improve your diet by cutting back on salt
but not on taste try these tempting seasonings.
Effective information and assistance services are critically important to the ongoing success of the Michigan Aging Network in responding to the needs of older person. Please review the proposed revision of the Information and Assistance Service definition and minimum standards.
Don't Panic in an Emergency Prepare: In these uncertain times it is important
that the elderly and their family and caretakers have plans in place in the
event of an emergency.
Welcome to MiSeniors.net
Caregivers, seniors, and professionals in the aging network have a new stop on the information superhighway - MiSeniors.net, sponsored by the Michigan Office of Services to the Aging.
In just a few simple steps from the home page, you can type in your city or zip code or county and get a
list of nursing homes, senior centers, home health care agencies, dial-a-ride
providers, meals on wheels programs or a host of other resources for successful
Are you 55 or older and looking for work experience and on the job training?Follow this link to a prescreen that will help you find out if you might be
eligible for the Senior Community Service Employment Program.
Are you interested in improving your nutrition. MiSeniors.net has an online
brochure with tips on healthy eating.
Do you want to make your home safer? Are you looking for residential
alternatives like assisted living? MiSeniors.net has a series of informative
online checklists that might help.
Future plans for MiSeniors.net include a screen for caregivers to help identify
services they might need and find providers in their community. Use this
form to request news of content updates like the long term care screen that
might interest you.