National Heart Health Month
February is National Heart Health Month and here at Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, we are promoting healthy heart food at all of our communities. We also encourage everyone to stay active and reduce stress. Follow the link below to a self-assessment that will help show you how healthy your heart is. http://powertoendstroke.org/mylifecheck/main.html
Heart disease is the number one killer of women and more deadly than all forms of cancer. Learn more about how you can reduce your risk of heart disease here: https://www.goredforwomen.org/
We all need a solid home base to help us grow to our full potential. If it takes a village to raise a child, it may also require a community to form a healthy family.
At Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, we seek to empower families toward strength and wholeness. Our programs guide families along the path of staying intact, and when that is not possible, we help children find safe, nurturing alternative settings where they can flourish and thrive.
LSSM Home Care solutions offer independence and a sense of connection, allowing people to remain in their natural environments for as long as possible – perhaps throughout the duration of their lives. Our Group Homes offer Persons with Disabilities independence while fostering community among residents. Outings, activities and camaraderie form the backbone of life for these communities. Our HUD Subsidized Housing provides safe, clean, affordable homes for people who need it. We are proud to offer exactly what Michigan residents need to maintain home and community at every stage of life.
LSSM serves older adults through senior living residences, rehabilitation services, assisted living facilities, memory care units, skilled nursing programs, home care and HUD subsidized housing. Connecting with our overall vision of sharing in life with all, and upholding every individual’s dignity and health, we help older adults find their place in the aging process so they can fulfill their life’s potential every single day.