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MW Memory Care

If you are looking for home care for a loved one, you might want to consider MW Memory Care, 12505 Northland Dr., Ste. A-9.

MW Memory Care who had their grand opening and ribbon cutting Saturday, October 27. Pictured is: (Left to Right): Mary Willett, Lindsey Mosher, Kayla Willett, Cedar Springs Area Chamber president Shawn Kiphart, Owner Mindi Willett, Heather Sova-Shevock, and Katie Reynolds.

“We offer the very best, compassionate care for those suffering with memory loss or loss of independent living,” said owner Mindi Willett. “It is our goal to improve the physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness of our clients giving them the dignity they deserve with excellent care—every day. With a variety of specialized services by knowledgeable nurses and experienced caretakers, we can tailor a home program specifically for the needs of loved ones.”

They are currently a private duty company, but say they understand the financial difficulties for families. They work with clients to provide discount information, free services, sliding scale costs for those on a fixed income, and support when it comes to compensation arrangements. “Rest assured there is hope, you are not alone,” said Willett.

Willett said they are the only home care company in Northern Kent County. They are also a faith-based and family-owned company that is licensed and bonded. Their experienced staff is carefully screened with extensive background checks, motor vehicle record history, and diligent reference checks.

Their intent is to give exceptional compassionate care in every area of a person’s life. They focus on the client and family’s journey through progressive diseases or conditions which cause memory loss such as: Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, seizure disorders, close head injuries, strokes, and elderly in general.

See how they are “Making a Difference in Home Care.” Call them at (616) 696-7777, or stop in and see them Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or Thursday from noon to 8 p.m. Closed Saturday and Sunday.

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