Grand_ledges-300x200We pro­vide the fol­low­ing home care services:

  • Exten­sive, hands-on, per­sonal care (groom­ing, bathing, dressing)
  • Med­ica­tion assistance
  • Companionship/Homemaking ser­vices
  • Alzheimer’s/Dementia care
  • Transportation/Special transfers/Hoyer lifts
  • Bladder/Bowel care
  • Mobil­ity wellness/Exercise programs

For Seniors in Grand Ledge MI:

Area senior citizens meet at the Scout Building, 525 E. River St., on Tuesdays and Thursdays for lunch, and for social gatherings. For more information on senior activities, call Jean Tomlinson at (517) 626-6709 or Stanley Baxter at (517) 622-1737.


More Information About Grand Ledge Michigan

Our unique [grand] ledges that appear for approximately one mile in the Grand Ledge area, are ancient sedimentary rocks lining the shores of the Grand River. It is the largest outcropping of rocks in Central Michigan, and the seventh largest in the state. Based on the evidence of, and in, these layers of sandstone, it is believed that 300 million years ago Grand Ledge was a salt water sea. The rocks found in the area contain fossils some of which can only be found here.

From more recent times, the stones are stained with iron traces and at one time coal was mined along the river banks. Veins of coal can still be found along the river path which begins near the entrance to Island Park and ends at Fitzgerald Park. At Oak Park rock climbers practice and learn their skills.