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Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is committed to serving seniors and communities. It’s our goal to be a first-line provider of resources, including information. Aging should be an adventure, not a scary trip!

In the PVM Blog, the experts at PVM will regularly publish articles and information. Topics may range from smart ways to age in place in your long-time home, to tips on how to shop for a senior community. We will have articles on transportation, wellness, nutrition, technology, activities, outlook-on-life, and more.

Elder abuse and exploitation is at an all time high. Daily we see reports and news about horrific physical abuse and neglect as well as scam artists stealing millions of dollars from unsuspecting seniors. Sadly many of the perpetrators are family members or other persons of trust.

This month we have a special guest columnist, Lyndsey Malkovich, a student intern from Oakland University’s Wellness, Health Promotion & Injury Prevention program.

Why should providers care about rural health care? Critics argue that rural areas are less marketable. They are less populated, span a larger geographic area, lack public transportation, and struggle to attract new physician and nurse talent. To sum it up, rural areas require more effort to reach fewer people and are therefore less profitable for health systems.

To All of Our Readers: Welcome to 2020! We wish you a wonderful year full of promise and vitality. It is a very special year for Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) since it is our 75th Anniversary.

You may have heard the term Games People Play. We have all dealt with game playing by others in our careers and in our lives. However, it also rears its ugly head with caregiving and often among family members. If you are the primary caregiver for a loved one you will feel the effects much more deeply than others. Here is what to watch out for and how to deal with it: