Corporate and Community Sponsors

The IOG is committed to translating current research knowledge into information every member of the aging community can understand and use. The generous support of our corporate and community partners enables us to engage and impact large numbers of professionals, caregivers and seniors in the Detroit community and beyond.

For more information please contact Terri Bailey at 313-664-2611or tbailey@wayne.edu.

 


Legacy Partner

As part of an expression of their dedication to the aging population in Metropolitan Detroit, the founders of American House Senior Residences have created The American House Foundation. This non-profit organization is dedicated to correcting the health disparities in our senior population and is unique in the community. The majority of funds raised are distributed to non-profit organizations who distribute them directly to under-served seniors today. The Foundation also seeks long-term solutions to the problems that plague our seniors by supporting the research and educational programming of The Institute of Gerontology and seeks solutions. This legacy partnership is a fusion of the mission of American House Foundation and The Institute of Gerontology. To donate, please call 313-875-6834.

The American House Foundation is non-profit organization is dedicated to correcting the health disparities in our senior population and is unique in the community. The majority of funds raised are distributed to non-profit organizations who distribute them directly to under-served seniors today. Please visit their donation page at http://www.americanhouse.com/american-house-foundation.html.


Platinum Sponsor

The Center of Excellence in Education and Research, developed in 2015 through an exclusive partnership between Cedarbook Senior Living and Wayne State University's Institute of Gerontology, began its groundbreaking work in 2016. Cedarbrook was created out of the vision of Mike Damone, President of The Damone Group, who for years has sought to bring cutting edge, research-based, living opportunities to older adults in the Detroit community.  The Center of Excellence, which is housed at all Cedarbrook Senior Living Communities combines research, education and outreach to enhance and improve the aging process for residents.  Cedarbrook Senior Living's flagship building opened in Bloomfield Hills, MI in December of 2015 and is the first of several similar communities in Southeastern Michigan, including Northville and Rochester.


Gold Sponsors

American House operates 29 well-maintained and secure senior living residences in southeastern Michigan. In business since 1979, they provide housing for the elderly that ranges from cost-efficient apartments to luxury condominiums. Their independent living facilities have social, cultural, recreational and fitness activities as well as libraries, beautfy salons and barber shops, walking gardens, carports, concierge services and of course, on-site management and visiting physicians and podiatrists. American House also offers affordable senior housing payment plans for qualified veterans, Section 8, tax credit, shared housing and low income candidates as well as NFTI and all other retirees.

Waltonwood offers best-in-class senior living communities where people come to enjoy life. With elegant housing and a wide spectrum of services and care options, Waltonwood communities provide residents with a worry- and maintenance-free lifestyle where they enjoy all the comforts of home. Waltonwood offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Respite Care services in Michigan and North Carolina. Waltonwood's Michigan communities are in Novi, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, Sterling Heights and Canton.

 

ciena health care


Silver Sponsors

Olympia Health Care

Villa Care

 


  Bronze Sponsors

Certified Senior Solutions

Michigan Complete Health

Senior & Caregiver Resource Network (SACRN)

 


Community Partners

Area Agency on Aging-1B
Jewish Senior Life
Quality Home Health Care
Wayne County Community College
Simasko Law


For information on becoming an IOG partner, please contact Terri Bailey,
IOG Development Officer at 313-664-2611 or tbailey@wayne.edu.