Resources

At Clark Retirement

Brochures, Helpful Links and More

We’ve gathered all of our most helpful resources, all in one place. Here you’ll find brochures about our services, applications, helpful links and other resources. Still have questions? Call us at (616) 452-1568 or contact us online.

Overview Brochure

An overview of Clark, our services, the application process and accommodation options that are available at Clark.


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Independent Living Brochure

An overview of Clark, our services, the application process and accommodation options for independent living.


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Assisted Living Brochure

An overview of Clark, our services, the application process and accommodation options in assisted living.


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Dementia Care Brochure

An overview of Clark, our services, the application process and accommodation options for dementia care at Clark.


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Respite Care Brochure

An overview of the services and accommodations provided for extended (one week or more) respite care.


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Volunteer Information

An overview of the volunteer opportunities, application process and training at Clark.


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Residency Application

Residency application for independent living, assisted living or dementia care.


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Respite Care Application

Application for Clark respite care services.


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Volunteer Application

Join our community! This application contains all the information you need to volunteer at Clark Retirement Community.


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Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan

The Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan (AAAWM) exists to help older adults and persons with disabilities live in their communities with independence and dignity.


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Alzheimer's Association - Greater Michigan Chapter

The Alzheimer’s Association is the worlds leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.


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Caregiver Resource Network

The Caregiver Resource Network is a collaboration of West Michigan organizations dedicated to the needs of family and professional caregivers.


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Dementia Education for Caregivers

If you are caring for a loved one with dementia this short educational piece may help understand dementia a bit better and aide in your caregiving journey.


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Seniors Moving Smarter

If you are considering a move to a senior community or looking to downsize, Seniors Moving Smarter is available to assist you every step of the way.


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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

The Alzheimer’s Association is the worlds leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.


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