It’s a Good Day at TSA: July
At The Senior Alliance, we encourage you to “Live Your Way”—so much so that we made it our tagline. Independent living plays a large role in helping aging adults preserve their freedom while also fostering a community safely.
As individuals age, a common misconception is that a housing change of any type takes from their maintained independence. In reality, there are countless programs that will allow individuals to take control of their freedom without having to worry about day-to-day domestic upkeep or other potential challenges.
In our latest blog post, learn more about the ways to safely age in your home and how The Senior Alliance can help.
- Adult Day Services
- MI Choice Waiver Program
- Care Management
- Caregiver Support
- Nutritional Services and Home Delivered Meals
- Friendly Reassurance
- Long-term Care Ombudsman
- MMAP Assistance
- Information & Assistance
- Elder Abuse Prevention
- Outreach, Advocacy, and Education
- And Much More
Inside The Senior Alliance: Episode 33
In the latest episode of Inside the Senior Alliance, our host and Planning and Advocacy Specialist, Emma Case, talks with Matt Phelan, Public Policy and Advocacy Manager at the Alzheimer’s Association of Michigan.
Emma and Matt discuss a plethora of topics regarding Alzheimer’s and dementia, including:
- The newest treatments
- What the Alzheimer’s Association of Michigan does
- The difference between Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- The status of getting Alzheimer’s and Dementia treatments approved through Medicare and Medicaid
They also discuss new treatments for Alzheimer’s and Dementia and how listeners can get involved in advocacy for those living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
This is important information for anyone who loves someone with dementia or is experiencing life with the disease.
Listen to episode 33 of Inside The Senior Alliance today.
AIRS Certification for Aging/Disabilities
We are pleased to announce that Judy Downer passed her AIRS Certification exam for Aging/Disabilities. This certification is designed for individuals who work directly with clients and caregivers within the aging and/or disabilities area and have a special depth of knowledge related to this core client group. We are so proud of Judy and so thankful she is a part of our team!
Chip in for The Senior Alliance: Golf Outing Event
Join The Senior Alliance at Western Golf Course and Country Club for our charity champs golf outing!
The outing will begin September 25, 2023, at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start.
Sponsorships are available for those interested. To become a sponsor, click on the “Sponsor Our Event” button on the registration page.
Registration is now open for individual golfers or foursomes.
Congratulations to our Star Performer of the Month, Matt Glover!
Congratulations to our Star Performer of the Month, Matt Glover! He is our Data Analyst and Billing Specialist and an invaluable part of our team. (And happy congratulations from all of us to him and his wife, Hallie, on their wedding last month!)
Here’s what his co-workers have to say about him:
“Whenever I have asked Matt to assist with anything, he is more than willing to do so and completes any project with ease and efficiency. Matt never complains, makes me feel like my requests are his top priority, and completes his tasks effortlessly. He may be a man of few words, but he is wise, insightful, good-hearted, a team player, and a true SUPERSTAR to The Senior Alliance!”—Suzy Radocaj, Executive Administrative Assistant
“Matt is a team player who truly lives our mission. He has volunteered to deliver meals on the TSA Meals on Wheels route five times in the past year. As another way to support our mission, he serves on the Helping Hands committee. I’m grateful that Matt is at TSA (and on my team!).” –Amanda Sears, Manager
We’re so proud of our team! Thank you!