OUR APPROACH TO HEALTH AND WELLNESS
We believe that being healthy is more than exercising our bodies. It involves keeping all aspects of ourselves healthy by focusing on seven areas of wellness: physical, social, purposeful, emotional, intellectual, spiritual and financial.
Our case management services can provide you with assistance in getting through challenging times. Our senior centers are a hub of activity that provide a sense of belonging and support.
When our finances are out of balance, it creates daily stress. Our staff can help you budget, apply for benefits and choose the right Medicare plan for you.
Join us at our senior centers for innovative programs that will challenge your mind. Keep your mind active with book clubs, card playing, lectures and trivia. Our Senior Odyssey program is a way for groups of older adults all over the state to be creative and stimulate their minds. For information about Senior Odyssey or how to get involved, click here.
Senior Neighbors offers an array of programs to help you stay active and healthy. You can find dance classes, Tai Chi, walking groups, group exercise classes and many other programs to help you keep moving! We offer these classes at our senior centers, as well as in partnership with communities throughout the area.
Our extensive volunteer opportunities, advocacy programs and “give back” programs allow you to continue to find purpose as you settle in to the life changes aging brings.
Our senior centers offer opportunities to meet new people and connect with others who may have common interests.
Our centers have a variety of programming that can keep your spirit strong.
OUR HEALTHY AGING
A Matter of Balance
One out of three older adults fall each year and 60% are afraid of falling. This fear often leads to an increased risk of falling, isolation, depression, and inactivity. This 8-week program meets two hours per week and helps many older adults learn ways to manage and conquer their fear of falling, leading to less falls and a more active and engaged lifestyle. To register please call (616) 233-0283.
Kent District Library-Comstock Park, 3943 West River Dr., Comstock Park, MI 49321
- April 10-May 29: Wed. from 1:30-3:30
Kent District Library-Lowell, 200 N. Monroe St., Lowell, MI 49331
- March 28-May 29: Thur. from 1:30-3:30
Pine Oak Apartments, 3590 36th St. SW, Wyoming, MI 49509
- March 7-April 25: Thur. from 10-12
Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
This 45-60 minute joint-friendly stretching class will help anyone with or without arthritis be more flexible, increase their strength, and feel better! To register please call (616) 233-0283.
Grand Rapids Senior Neighbors Center, 333 S. Division, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
- Tue. and Thu. from 10-10:45am
Cascade Christian Church, 2829 Thornapple River Dr. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
- Tue. and Thu. from 1:15-2:15pm
Schneider Manor, 725 Bowes Rd., Lowell, MI 49331
- Tue. and Thu. from 10-11am
United Methodist Community House, 904 Sheldon Ave. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49507
- Wed. and Fri. from 11am-12pm
These 60-minute group exercise classes address endurance, balance, strength and flexibility. People of all abilities can participate either seated or standing! To register please call (616) 233-0283.
We are now accepting Silver & Fit insurance plan payments at most locations.
Alpine Baptist Church, 692 7 Mile Rd, Comstock Park, MI 49321
- Mon., Wed. and Fri. from 8:30-9:30am
- Mon., Wed. and Fri. from 9:45-10:45am
Faith United Methodist Church, 2600 7th St., Grand Rapids, MI 49504
- Mon. from 9-10am
- Tue. and Thur. from 9-10am
Grandville Senior Neighbors Center, 3380 Division, Grandville, MI 49418
- Mon., Wed. and Thu. from 10-11am
- Mon. and Wed. from 11am-12pm
Kentwood Parks and Recreation, 355 48th St., Kentwood, MI 49548
- Mon., Wed. and Fri. from 1-2pm
Rockford Community Services, 350 N. Main St., Rockford, MI 49341
- Mon, Wed. and Fri. from 9:30-10:30am
This gentle and slow moving exercise class is great for anyone with or without arthritis. It is based in centuries old martial arts movements and is a mindful and meditative way to build balance, strength, and endurance. To register please call (616) 233-0283.
Tai Chi classes are in high demand. Call now to reserve your space!
Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan, 3215 Eaglecrest Dr NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
- *Contact 588-2597 for this location, there may be a charge
Kent District Library-Walker, 4293 Remembrance Rd. NW, Walker, MI 49534
- Begins March 5th: Tue. and Thu. from 6:00-7:00pm
Marywood Aquinata Hall, 153 Lakeside Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
- Mon. and Wed. from 12:15-1:15pm (Beyond Beginner)
- Mon. and Wed. from 1:15-2:15pm (Beginner)
Salvation Army, 1235 Fulton St. E., Grand Rapids, MI 49503
- *Contact 454-1459 for this location, there may be a charge
Spectrum Health South Pavilion, 80 68th St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49548
- Mon. and Wed. from 4:00-5:00pm
To Learn More
If you have questions, just let Julie know: (616) 233-0283, email@example.com