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When you call the Info-Line for Aging and Disability you’re well on your way to accessing thousands of resources, services, and programs available to seniors and younger adults with disabilities in southwest Michigan. Our professional, highly trained Community Information Managers make it easier for seniors, family members, caregivers, and friends to get the support they need. They are trained to answer questions about:

“Who will care for me when I can longer care for myself?” 

“Are my parents safe at home?”

Helping individuals find answers to these and many other aging and disability-related questions is the specialty of Custom Care professionals. Whether you’re planning for your own care or caring for aging parents, we can provide you with the unbiased answers and resources you need – you don’t have to do it alone. We'll put our over 40 years of experience to work for you and your loved one.

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Resource CenterArea Agency on Aging’s Resource Center is a place to go to get accurate, unbiased information on all aspects of life related to aging or living with a disability. This friendly, welcoming place is where anyone - individuals, concerned families or friends, or professionals - can go for information tailored to their situation.

Senior-Companion-Program2-optAmericans are living longer than ever before. More older adults will need long-term care, but prefer to live at home rather than in a nursing home or hospital. Senior Companions are volunteers who spend 15 to 20 hours each week giving one-on-one attention to adults having difficulty with daily living tasks.

Senior Companions provide the assistance many older adults and people with disabilities may need in order to live independently. A Senior Companion may go along to help with grocery shopping or for a walk. They may spend time helping to write a letter, prepare a meal or pay a bill. Senior Companions make the lives of those they serve less lonely by offering simple friendship and a helping hand.



Are you raising your grandchildren or children who are relatives?

  • Do you worry about all the adjustments the children have to make?
  • Do you wonder how to raise your grandchildren or your relative's children in today's world with the values you feel are important?
  • Would you like to know how to make the school and community work for them?
  • Do you wonder what to tell them about their parents, and why you are the one who is caring for them?
  • Would you like the children to have a healthy relationship with their parents?
  • Is school difficult for the children you care for?
  • Could you use some tips for facing legal issues?
  • Would your children like to meet other children living with grandparents or relatives?

Caregiver News is a FREE bi-monthly newsletter that provides critical information enabling you to provide care for your loved one with confidence, pride and competence. Click on the link below to read the current and prior editions or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive your complimentary subscription.