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    Senior Services in Southgate


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    Business Listing   Information Center Inc - Southgate, MI - Phone: (734) 282-7171


    Business Listing   Rehab Plus Inc - Southgate, MI - Phone: (734) 284-6484


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    Helpful Definition for: Senior Services


    Senior Services, in Southgate, help to put a face on old age struggle with physical, mental, emotional, psychological, and social disabilities. They are establishments or non-profit organizations that function to provide facilities that assist the elderly to live their lives with dignity and grace, promoting their overall well-being. They provide relevant information on and extend assistance with nursing and care, rehabilitation facilities, occupational and speech therapies, social work, recreational therapy, etc, to help the older adults and their loved ones avail of these services. They promote positive aging with their integrated system of quality programs and senior centers. These organizations are financially supported with donations from clients and individuals, and fundings from corporations, foundations and civic organizations in Southgate.

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