Bickford of Saginaw Township

Bickford of Saginaw Township

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Saginaw Township

Katelyn Rousseau

Bickford wedding renewals!
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Katelyn Rousseau

Loons Baseball for Senior Day!
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Mark Sequin

Oh, my stomach hurts from laughing so hard! The resident's LOVED the Italian Day live entertainment!
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Jennifer Hescott

Great reasons why Bickford is PET FRIENDLY! The Benefits of Pet Ownership for the Elderly Animals can help reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and increase social interaction and physical activity. Pets provide other intangibles, too. “Dogs and cats live very much in the present,” says Dr. Jay P. Granat, a New Jersey-based psychotherapist. “They don’t worry about tomorrow, which can be a very scary concept for an older person. An animal embodies that sense of here and now, and it tends to rub off on people.” Pets can also have an astounding effect on symptoms of depression and feelings of loneliness. Older pet owners have often said how incredibly barren and lonely their lives were without their pets’ companionship, even when there were some downsides to owning an active pet. Psychologist Penny B. Donnenfeld, who brings her own golden retriever mix, Sandee, to her New York City office, has even witnessed animals’ ability to prompt better memory recall in their elderly owners. “I’ve seen those with memory loss interact with an animal and regain access to memories from long ago,” she explains. “Having a pet helps the senior focus on something other than their physical problems and negative preoccupations about loss or aging.” Animals benefit from adoption, too, particularly when seniors adopt older pets. “These lucky animals go from the pound to paradise. Retired adopters tend to have lots of time to devote to a previously unwanted pet, forming a lasting bond,” says Chicago veterinarian Dr. Tony Kremer.
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Mark Sequin

Judy taking a break from trivia to play Bernerd's favorite card game with him!
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Our Menu

Lunch

Wilted Spinach Salad

Balsamic Tomato Glazed Meatloaf

Almond Crusted Chicken
A chicken breast in a breaded mixture of bread and almonds

Fresh Mashed Potatoes/Gravy

Ratatouille
Roasted eggplant, squash, onions, red bell pepper, tomatoes and basil

Roasted Parmesan Brussels Sprouts

Baked Roll

Homemade Chocolate Cream Pie

Diabetic Dessert

Activity Calendar

Sample Calendar

10:00am Manicures

10:30am Balloom VB

1:00pm Meijer Shopping

2:00pm Manicures

3:00pm Music with Janice

4:00pm Heads Up!

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Our purpose is to do whatever it takes to make our residents happy.

Core Needs

Understanding your core needs allows us to know the pathway we must take to make you happy. We have identified three specific Core Needs that must be met to enrich happiness — Basic Needs, Care Needs & Unrecognized Needs.

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Core Needs

Basic Needs

You need to consistently receive services in an environment that feels like home.

Core Needs

Care Needs

You need to consistently receive the care that your personal health situation requires.

Core Needs

Unrecognized Needs

You need to consistently receive the care that your personal health situation requires.

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Bickford of Saginaw Township Assisted Living & Memory Care 989-799-9600

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