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Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear aprons. A thankful granddaughter shares these words of gratitude: “Porter Hills’ amazing caregivers make my Grandma feel loved and cared for. More than once, she has told me how wonderful the staff is to everyone. Porter Hills wouldn’t be t read more.
At UMRC & Porter Hills, our direct care team members are there to provide care and comfort for the older adults we serve. Especially now, during the COVID-19 pandemic, these “Healthcare Heroes” are doing everything in their power to keep our residents safe and healthy. These include our read more.
Michigan – Shore 2 Shore Michigan Mental Health Network Anxiety and Depression Association of America reviewed mental health apps Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Managing Stress and Anxiety National Institute for Mental Health National Alliance on Mental Illness Veterans V read more.
UMRC & Porter Hills Foundations Announce “COVID-19 – Not All Heroes Wear Capes” Emergency Fund for Care Teams
Initiative Will Help Address Unmet Family Needs During COVID-19 Chelsea, MI/Grand Rapids, MI, March 27, 2020 – The UMRC Foundation and Porter Hills Foundation today announced the creation of a special emergency fund for frontline staff members working to support older adults in their read more.
Porter Hills is proud to introduce you to some of our Healthcare Heroes who provide compassionate care and services to the older adults we serve. My Second Family Shirley Evans loves her job as a care partner at Meadowlark Retirement Village in Sparta, and it shows. A 2017 recipient of Leading read more.
Here is a list of virtual museums, zoos, and other creative ideas for you to enjoy while spending time at home. Get creative! Caledonia LIVE! Facebook Group Post your creative skills live with the Caledonia community! Providing the community with entertainment, learning, connection and ment read more.
Chelsea, MI/Grand Rapids, MI, March 23, 2020 – UMRC & Porter Hills announces that, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization is continuing to hire a variety of team members to provide care and support for the older adults it serves at locations across Michigan. Openings inc read more.
Blessing Kafulani’s journey began in Zimbabwe where he was born. Twelve years ago, his family emigrated to the U.S. Because many of his relatives are far away, Blessing especially enjoys the opportunities to build relationships with the older adults he serves as a certified nursing assistant ( read more.
Community Foundation of Holland/Zeeland Awards $13,334 for Technology and Recreational Therapy Enhancements at LifeCircles PACE The Porter Hills Foundation is pleased to announce that it has received a one-year grant of $13,334 from the Community Foundation of Holland/Zeeland. This gift w read more.