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Wellspring – Senior Living Campus – Saginaw

Saginaw, MI

5935 Shattuck Rd.
Saginaw, MI 48603

Welcome home
Imagine a place so inviting that it becomes your home. Our senior living campus in Saginaw, Michigan, is designed so you can live your life to the fullest. With inviting spaces, vibrant scenery and convenient community features, you’ll find a welcoming home, enriching life and nurturing care. Most importantly, we’ll meet you where you’re at, tailoring an approach to fit your lifestyle, preferences and needs. And if your needs change, we can support you through our continuum of care. We’re so committed to supporting you and your loved ones that we’ve made a promise — we call it our campus promise and it states:
Our Saginaw campus is designed for you to live life to the fullest. The Wellspring family is by your side, encouraging you and your family every step of the way. And our tailored approach fits your lifestyle and preferences.

You’ll find us at Wieneke Road, between Shattuck Road and Weiss Street — conveniently located near shopping, excellent medical centers, churches, parks and other neighborhood amenities. The best way to experience what makes our campus so unique is by visiting. Schedule a personal visit today.

Wellspring Saginaw Campus Overview

A Testimony of Care

Mr. Trombley was dedicated to loving and caring for his three family members at our Saginaw Campus. We were blessed to help him do that.

Independent Living

Become part of our community in Saginaw, Michigan, where you or your loved one can enjoy living independently, make new friends, stay engaged, and feel right at home. You’ll be comfortable in our apartments, and free of home maintenance repairs and commitments.
Community Features for Independent Living
  • One-level community with elegant interiors, carpeted common areas and wings
  • Elegant dining room overlooking a fish pond and fountain
  • Chef-prepared meals and restaurant-style dining with flexible times, including Sunday brunch
  • Coffee and hydration stations
  • Laundry facilities
  • Welcoming to small pets
  • Great room with cozy seating and fireplace
  • Recreation/game room with shuffleboard, jukebox, cards, games and more
  • Full service barber shop/beauty salon
  • Exercise room with flat screen TV
  • Libraries
  • Lounge area with computer access
  • Multipurpose room with demo kitchen
  • Outdoor seating with patio tables and umbrellas throughout
  • Private 32-acre campus with walking path and opportunities to enjoy nature
  • Conveniently located near shopping, excellent medical centers, churches, parks and other neighborhood amenities
  • Podiatry and lab services
  • Outpatient therapy available
  • Personal care services available
  • Marketplace
  • Exercise
  • Health and wellness programs
  • Religious services and devotions
  • Shopping
  • Worship services
  • Happy hour
  • Music therapy
  • Evening entertainment
  • Cards
  • Chair yoga
  • Special outings
  • Art class
Living Space Amenities
  • Full kitchen with appliances
  • Housekeeping services
  • All-inclusive utilities, including gas, electric & water
  • Personal heating and cooling controls
  • Phone and cable available
  • Common area Wi-Fi access



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Independent Living:


Senior Living Campus, Independent Living

Floor Plans

Assisted Living

Become part of our family with Wellspring Assisted Living in Saginaw, MI. Focus on what’s important to you, like building friendships, staying active, enjoying a social calendar, and getting support when you need it.
Community Features for Assisted Living
  • Three delicious meals served daily
  • Health and wellness program
  • Beauty salon/barber shop
  • Social dining room
  • Social activities and programs
  • Family lounge
  • Large life-enrichment room with a big-screen TV And sound system
  • Indoor bird aviary for resident and family enjoyment
  • Outstanding location close to shopping, excellent medical centers, churches, parks and other neighborhood amenities
  • 24-hour staff and security, including caregiver supervisors
  • Full range of on-site rehab services and therapies
  • Podiatry, x-ray and lab services on-site
  • Medication Program
  • Devotions
  • Shopping
  • Worship services
  • Happy hour
  • Music therapy
  • Evening entertainment
  • Cards
  • Chair fitness
  • Special outings
  • Art class
  • Healthy living
  • Large and small group life enrichment programs
Living Space Amenities
  • Private bath
  • Kitchenette
  • Housekeeping and laundry services
  • Personal heating and air conditioning controls
  • Phone hook-up available
  • Wireless internet access available
  • Assistance with medications, bathing, and daily activities
  • Emergency call system with personal response pendant/bracelet and pull cord



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Assisted Living:


Wellspring Senior Living Campus, Assisted Living

Floor Plans

Memory Support

Our memory support community at our Saginaw, Michigan, location is ready to embrace your loved one living with dementia. Whether they have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Lewy Body or another form, we’ve adopted an innovative method of care called the Best Friends™ Approach.

What is the Best Friends Approach?

The Best Friends Approach recognizes that relationships play an important role in memory care. The essential elements of friendship — respect, empathy, support, trust, and humor — are leveraged to form a meaningful bond between the person with dementia and their caregiver.
Benefits & Components of the Best Friends Approach

According to experts, The Best Friends Approach helps diminish the sense of pain and loss caused by dementia, and allows for more dignity and ease in their life and their care. It focuses on seven primary components for taking on the role of a Best Friend to someone with memory loss. These include:

  1. Friends Know Each Other’s Personality and History. A Best Friend becomes the person’s memory, is sensitive to traditions and respects their personality, moods and problem-solving style.
  2. Friends Do Things Together. A Best Friend enjoys activities with the person with memory loss, involves the person in activities and chores, initiates activities, encourages the simple things in life and celebrates special occasions.
  3. Friends Communicate. A Best Friend listens skillfully, fills in the blanks, asks easy questions and encourages participation in conversations.
  4. Friendship Builds Self-Esteem. A Best Friend gives compliments often, carefully asks for advice or opinions and always offers encouragement and congratulations. For example, a person with dementia might mistakenly say, “President Eisenhower is doing a good job!” A caregiver without knack might say, “What’s wrong with you! Eisenhower hasn’t been president for decades!” This only confuses the person with dementia who has lost track of the passage of time. A caregiver with knack might respond, “Yes, I like Ike too,” thereby preserving the person’s dignity.
  5. Friends Laugh Together Often. Yes, using humor and laughing with a loved one is considered a valid form of memory care, as long as it is not mean-spirited. A Best Friend tells jokes and funny stories, is spontaneously fun and uses self-deprecating humor often.
  6. Friends Are Equals. A Best Friend doesn't talk down to people or assume a supervisory role, but instead works to help the person "save face" and knows that learning is a two-way street.
  7. Friends Work at the Relationship. A Best Friend is not overly sensitive, does more than half the work, builds a trusting relationship and shows affection often.

The Best Friends Approach allows for the makings of a win-win situation. When behavior is better, there is less frustration; and it’s easier to spend more time together. We all feel better when we are with our best friends.

Our experienced staff are extensively trained in the Best Friends Approach to care. They work individually with residents to learn their life stories and become Best Friends with our residents. They know how to emphasize strengths and abilities, encourage residents to participate in meaningful and fun activities and spend days together that are positive, upbeat and life-affirming.

Community Features for Memory Support
  • Personalized care
  • Comfortable living room area
  • Three meals a day served family-style
  • On-site nursing staff, including RNs and LPNs, and certified nurse aid supervisors
  • Sensory stimulation
  • Music therapy
  • Adaptive technology
  • Entertainment
  • Exercise
  • Religious services and devotions
  • Pet therapy
  • Special activities designed by a coordinator trained in Alzheimer’s care programming
Living Space Amenities
  • Personally decorated private room
  • Assistance with medications, bathing and daily activities
  • Laundry and linen service



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Memory Support:


Memory Support, Wellspring Senior Living Campus: Meet Adella

About Respite Care at the Wellspring Senior Living Campus - Saginaw

Respite care provides a short-term solution for primary caregivers who need time to address their own needs. It can be arranged for just a few days, several days or weeks. Maybe your loved one temporarily needs more assistance than you can provide or perhaps they know the time Is near for a move to a residential facility, but they'd like to test the waters first. Whatever the need, short-term residents can take full advantage of day-to-day living — just like all of their assisted living neighbors. Your loved one can call for help with all aspects of care and service during their stay.

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