Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Michigan, a lecture series for people 50+
Turner Senior Resource Center (age 60 or older) offers one-on-one coaching by appointment on issues related to internet, e-mail, keyboarding, digital camera, cell phone, and other computer issues for $10 an hour.
Washtenaw Community College’s Division of Economic and Community Development offers Community Enrichment classes which are requested by and designed for older adults for personal enrichment, as well as workforce development classes for people who want to re-tool their skills and grow professionally.
Elder Law of Michigan, Inc. is a legal hotline for Michigan seniors which provides help with wills/estate planning; Medicaid & Medicare; consumer law; housing/real estate; pensions; public benefits. 1.800.347.5297
Help To Stay At Home, State of Michigan website information on maintaining independence for as long as possible
Homeshare, Housing Bureau for Seniors, matches 2 or more unrelated people (one must be 55 or older) who are interested in sharing housing expenses. Careful screening is part of the process.
Huron Valley PACE, comprehensive care services for 55+ who are nursing-home eligible but want to remain in their homes
Neighborhood Senior Services, a Catholic Social Services program for older adults living in their own homes that includes home safety, household maintenance and repair; transportation to health care facilities; and friendly visits to homebound, low-income seniors
Washtenaw County OCED Accessibility Ramp Program
Free construction and installation of exterior aluminum access ramps for lower-income people with disabilities. Washtenaw County residents only.
734.622.9036 or 734.622.9013
Older Adult Recovery Center (OARC), St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital, helps individuals concerned about their use of alcohol, addictive medications, or other drugs
Turner Geriatric Clinic, a comprehensive clinic where medical professionals specialize in the assessment and treatment of older adults
Jewish Family Services’ Older Adult Services offers a number of different programs 734.769.0209
University of Michigan Geriatrics Center Clinics patients have access to social work services 734.764.2556
Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program, helps people apply for and maintain Social Security Disability Insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare.
Area Agency on Aging 1-B, resources, programs, and services for older adults and adults with disabilities 1.800.852.7795 or 734.213.6704
Blueprint for Aging, a collaboration of interested individuals and agencies working to improve services, care, and quality of life for older adults in Washtenaw County 734.712.3625