Welcome to our site! As an organization dedicated to helping older adults maintain their independence and quality of life in Washtenaw County, we have created this site for residents, service providers, and policy-makers interested in topics relevant to older adults.
Here you will find information and links to agencies and resources for older adults, data and current research on older adults, as well as topics of interest to older adults.
We are very pleased that you are visiting our site, and we hope that you find it useful!
This year the Blueprint for Aging attended Older Michiganians Day (OMD) to advocate for older adults in Washtenaw County, in the hope of making every older adult in the county feel safe.
OMD is an annual event that takes place on the East Lawn
of the Capitol Building in Lansing in early June. This event brings together hundreds
of seniors, aging service providers and senior advocates.
This free event provides the opportunity to share a unified voice with the Legislature
expressing the concerns, challenges, and opportunities for older adults by the
experts, older adults themselves and aging service providers.
Upcoming Senior Network Resource Training Events
Sponsored by the Blueprint
Elder Abuse Has No Borders: An International Conference
The Coordinated Community Response Coalition of Oakland and Wayne Counties (CCRC) is hosting the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ELDER ABUSE
The cost is $15 for 3 CEUS and $10 for everyone else. Register here.
FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015(9AM TO 3PM)
36600 Schoolcraft Road, Livonia, MI 48150
Check out Senior Services!
Worried about maintaining your independence as you age in Washtenaw County?
Senior Services, a division of Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw may be able to help. For over 30 years, NSS has been helping older adults find reliable and affordable assistance with home maintenance, home injury prevention, access ramps, and transportation.
Call 734-712-7775 for information and check out our webpage at http://www.nssweb.org.
The Blueprint for Aging strives to create and maintain positive community change to increase quality of life and independence for older adults and their allies in Washtenaw County through a community collaborative process.
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