Partners in Aging Strategies and Training

“Learning from the PAST for a Successful Future”

PAST strives to improve health care practice and outcomes

Tri-County Office on Aging invites you to participate in a 6-week workshop called Chronic Pain PATH

Struggling with Pain?

Tri-County Office on Aging invites you to participate in a

6-week workshop called Chronic Pain PATH

(Personal Action Toward Health)

Michigan’s version of the award winning Stanford Chronic Pain Self-Management Program

Chronic Pain PATH workshops are offered to learn about…

- The Mind-Body Connection and Distraction
- The Mind-Body Connection and Distraction
- Moving Easy Program
- Better Breathing and Relaxation Body Scan
- Fatigue Managment
- Dealing with Depression and Positive Thinking
- Communication Skills
- Healthy Eating
- Goal Setting, Decision Making, Problem Solving….and more!

Testimonials from past participants in Michigan….

“This class has been life changing—learned so much!”

“Lots of good information with ways of using and applying to my life and schedule.”

Upcoming Workshop

Meridian Senior Center- Okemos
Located on the East Wing of Chippewa Middle School
Thursdays
June 1 – July 6, 2017
1:00-3:30 pm

To register call Tri-County Office on Aging

517-887-1465

Workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted at the last session

Suggested donation is $25 per person but is not required to register

 

 

 

 

 

Submission Date Extended for MADC Pilot Project Program

  • Submission Deadline Extended: Friday, January 6, 2017
  • Award Cycle: 2017
  • Discipline/Subject Area: Neurology
  • Funding Available: 35,000.00

Description:
As we seek to understand and cure Alzheimer' disease (AD) and related dementias, the University of Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center (MADC) considers it among our highest priorities to support innovative, high impact research. The MADC Pilot Project Program is partially supported by the Alzheimer's Disease Core Center (ADCC) linking the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Wayne State University. The ADCC’s central theme focuses on identifying, understanding and modulating the numerous non-β-amyloid factors that contribute to brain dysfunction and neurodegeneration. The MADC Pilot Project Program provides “kick-starter” funds to University of Michigan (UM), Michigan State University (MSU), Wayne State University (WSU), and Veteran Affairs Ann Arbor Health System (VAAAHS) investigators to test new ideas about the causes and treatment of dementing disorders.

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Health Fund Awards $13 Million in Grants

We’re pleased to announce more than $13 million in grant awards to benefit the health of Michigan’s children and seniors. 33 separate programs will receive grants ranging from $100,000 to $500,000.

The grants are spread out over two programs: our Healthy Aging initiative, and Special Projects & Emerging Ideas. This is the inaugural round for both programs, both of which will take place annually. Read on to learn more about each initiative and the grants in each category.

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Using Medicaid dollars to expand long-term care choices in Michigan

Using Medicaid dollars to expand long-term care choices in Michigan

Most Medicaid funds for long-term care go to nursing homes, but waiver programs give low-income seniors and younger adults with disabilities alternative options to get care in more home-like settings. The NewsHour's Cat Wise reports on a program in Michigan called MI Choice, which aims to empower participants and their families to make decisions about the services they want.

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