June 2—Michigan Governor Rick Snyder called Presbyterian Villages of Michigan an innovator in programs for seniors.
“All across the state, communities, employers, health care providers and other organizations are working on innovative programs to improve health and wellness. Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) is doing just that. In urban suburban and rural communities across the state, PVM is using evidence-based practices to help older adults eat healthier, increase physical activity, reduce their risk of falling and better manage chronic health conditions. Through its Village Victory Cup, an annual daylong competition, it is inspiring older adults to engage in healthy behaviors year-round,” Snyder said.
The message was delivered in a special message on aging to the Legislature, during a visit to the Older Persons’ Commission in Rochester, MI.
Read the full Special Message