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You can send a check, payable to Muskegon County Senior Wellness Committee, attn: Sharon Ackerman, treasurer, 560 Seminole Road, Muskegon MI 49444
More than 90% of older adults want to live in their own home as long as possible. Sometimes just a little extra help is all that's needed.
Wellness programs and health education, home-delivered meals, personal care, transportation and home repairs funded through a senior millage help older adults age with dignity and can keep them in their own homes. These home services save money and can provide a better quality of life for all of us in Muskegon County!
The senior millage proposal for 1/2 mill (0.50 mill) will cost the owner of a $100,000 home (taxable value $50,000) an extra $25 a year, or 6 cents a day.
Health and wellness programs are critical to preventing problems, and preventing social isolation. Offering more programs throughout Muskegon County is a priority.
Click Here to see a Positively Muskegon chat about the senior millage, with Andy O'Riley.
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Medication management, home care, transportation, personal care, and much more can help a senior stay at home, at a fraction of the cost of a nursing home.
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Click here for a Senior Connections video about the senior millage.
Healthy meals are more than just nourishing - they can be a safety check for homebound seniors. In Muskegon County, almost 1,800 aging adults receive a home-delivered meal. For the first time in years, there is a wait list for this vital program.
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