Elder Law of Michigan’s Lansing and Detroit offices will be closed, Monday, December 24, 2018 – Tuesday, January 1, 2019 for our staff to spend time with their families and friends during the holiday season. We will resume regular business hours on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. Continue reading Elder Law of Michigan – December Holiday Closing
Independence Day Holiday, Elder Law of Michigan’s Lansing and Detroit office are closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 – Friday, July 6, 2018. We will resume regular business hours on Monday, July 9, 2018 Continue reading In observance of …..
The Elder Law of Michigan’s Lansing Office is closed today, Friday, February 9, 2018, due to inclement weather. Continue reading PSA: Inclement Weather-Related Closings
By Jennifer Blanck, MiCAFE Network Coordinator Jayne Howard Feldman started Be An Angel Day back in 1993 as a way to encourage people to do random acts of kindness. Although it is nice to have an official day to raise awareness, it really should be a part of our daily lives that we never need reminding. It is much easier than we think, and more impactful than … Continue reading Be An Angel Day 2017
By Jennifer Blanck, MiCAFE Network Coordinator Today is Valentine’s Day. Most people think of Valentine’s Day as a romantic holiday reserved primarily for couples. Really it is a time dedicated to showing our love to those around us who we love and care about; our family, friends, classmates, or even coworkers. Our aging loved ones should not be forgotten during this time. Many may now be alone … Continue reading Valentine’s Day and Seniors
By Nicholas Goodman, MiCAFE Network Specialist For many, holidays in December bring joy and excitement. For those living on a fixed income, the social expectations for providing meals at family gatherings can be stressful and overwhelming. Here are some resources to make this time of year less anxiety-inducing: Feeding America has a network of food banks in the southern lower peninsula. You can search by … Continue reading Putting Food on the Table for the Holidays
by Karen Flores, Hotline Attorney The last Monday in May is designated as Memorial Day, a federal holiday creating a three-day weekend which signifies the unofficial beginning of summer, a day off work and school, and most likely a huge sale at Art Van. More importantly, Memorial Day was established as a day to honor those who died while serving in the armed forces. Memorial Day … Continue reading Don’t Forget To Celebrate Memorial Day!
by Rachael Savoie, Office Manager For many seniors, this annual day of love can be just another day. Here are a few suggestions on how you may brighten Valentine’s Day for that special senior in your life. Have flowers delivered, or deliver them yourself if you live nearby; If your loved one has old letters from the love of their life, dust them off and … Continue reading Sunday is Valentine’s Day