Retirement in the 21st century looks different than ever before. Today’s older adults are determined to live well and engage in all of the activities and pursuits that they have been putting off due to the demands of a busy life. UMRC features a wide array of living options and services to meet our residents’ needs and desires, no matter what stage of life they are in. At its core, UMRC is intently focused on empowering its residents to live well. UMRC provides older adults with the resources they need, and works with families and communities to ensure senior living is just that – living, in every sense of the word.
Our Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®) provide an alternative to nursing home care for participants – allowing seniors to remain independent in their own homes and communities. PACE® participants may receive medical and supportive services in our Day Centers. PACE® also offers a variety of services that can be provided in the comfort of the participant’s home.
UMRC and its entire team work hard to ensure that seniors can choose the home, and lifestyle, that’s right for them. For many, this means independent living with maintenance-free amenities that enable them to ditch the lawn-mowing and snow-blowing so they have more time and energy to pursue activities that bring them happiness and fulfillment.
From short-term and long- term medical, nursing and rehabilitation needs, the beautiful Kresge Rehabilitation Center on the Chelsea campus features excellent services from a top-notch staff of medical and therapeutic professionals. Kresge focuses on giving all residents the personalized care that gets them back on their feet and home as quickly as possible.
Our Respite and Short Stay programs allow individuals to enjoy a break from the physically and emotionally exhausting jobs of caring for a home and/or being a caregiver for a loved one. Respite and Short-Stay residents can get a break from the daily burdens of homeownership while living in a maintenance-free environment, enjoying delicious meals and partaking in social and educational activities on campus.