• Moving Forward

    WMU Senior Day Services and Adult Wellness Programs has moved into the property at 110 W Cork St. in Kalamazoo. For more information, please call (269) 387-7995.

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    Safety First

    One year later into the Covid-19 pandemic and we remain vigilant with safety protocols.

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    Confidence at home

    WMU students provide support for those who prefer to remain in their home.

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    Stay connected

    WMU Senior Day Services is an adult day program designed to serve individuals who need supervision or assistance throughout the day.

Serving Kalamazoo County

As more American's live longer and healthier lives, Western Michigan University Adult Wellness Programs offers many services to enhance the lives of older adults and their caregivers. Serving Kalamazoo County, it is our mission to prepare students to become future health care professionals and to help older adults live in their homes for as long as possible, while complementing care provided by family or friends. We offer the following programs promote self-sufficiency:

Adult Wellness Programs at WMU is your one-stop location for older adult services. By offering services to older adults, we help to delay entry to long-term care facilities - ultimately saving families money.

Take a look at our new building!

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Adult Wellness Programs and Senior Day Services have moved to 110 W. Cork St. in Kalamazoo, MI.

  • Longest standing adult day program in Kalamazoo county

  • 3 programs to assist elderly adults

  • 52 percent of in-home care clients who retired from WMU

  • 1 and only adult day program in Kalamazoo using NECC evidence informed practices


Program News

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    Free Caregiver Classes

    The Area Agency on Aging is offering caregiving classes called Creating Confident Caregivers. The program is a for those caring for loved ones with dementia or memory loss.

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    Therapy Dogs Visit Senior Day Services

    Sociology professor, Dr. Angie Moe, has begun to bring her therapy dogs (Sunny and Oreo) to visit participants at Senior Day Services.

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    Center for Disability Services 2020-2021 Annual Report

    The 2020-21 Annual Report for the Center for Disability Services, part of the College of Health and Human Services, is available online.

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  • Center for Disability Services awarded accreditation

    Western Michigan University's Center for Disability Services received the highest level of accreditation from a national organization that promotes quality, value and optimal outcomes of services for people with disabilities during an accreditation visit in November, 2020.

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