Age is only a number. The participants at The Little Red House are living proof.

The Little Red House Provides Lifeline for a Family with Few Care Choices

Stuart Baron was fresh out of ideas and desperately short on options when his widowed mother’s health reached a crisis point. She had been admitted to the hospital in nearby...

Keating Family Experiences Generational Impact of The Little Red House

Jim Keating has witnessed the impact of The Little Red House from multiple perspectives. As Board President, he’s engaged in helping set direction and soliciting support for the community’s premier adult day care services provider. But through the first-hand experiences of his late mother and now his sister, he’s gotten an even more personal and intimate glimpse…

The Little Red House ‘Keeps Me Young’

At 88, Colonel Winnick walks a bit gingerly with the help of a cane — but he hasn’t lost a step in sharing his quick wit and positive personality with his fellow participants at The Little Red House in the heart of Spring Lake Village. Everyone needs a little companionship and camaraderie,” says Winnick, a retired dentist from Norton Shores who drives himself to The Little Red House three days a week…

Intergenerational Joy at The Little Red House

One morning each week during the academic year, The Little Red House becomes a lively off-campus learning laboratory for a small but mighty group of Spring Lake High School students. For an hour or so every Wednesday, seven students and their faculty mentor make the short drive to The Little Red House to play games, exercise and interact with participants at the community’s preeminent adult day care service…

For Many in Need, The Little Red House Makes a Big Impact

Allan Plantenga’s face lights up with delight as he recalls his idyllic and occasionally mischievous childhood in Spring Lake: Carefree bike rides with his buddies and siblings throughout the Tri-Cities, exploring the bayous of the Grand River or body surfing in the frothy, windwhipped waves of Lake Michigan on enchanted summer afternoons…


My Dad was picked up by the Red House bus several times a week so he could interact with others beside my Mom on a weekly basis. It was a change of pace for the both of them. My Dad didn’t want to go at first, but he ended up liking it a lot.

The staff at The Little Red House were so compassionate and loving toward him, and this was a great feeling to know he was well taken care of when not at home. The added bonus was knowing that my Mom was going to get some time to herself to do what she wanted to do. Taking care of a person with multiple diseases was taxing on her.

What a blessing it is to know that this is a local service in our Tri-Cities area.

Lisa D.

Caring, professionals who understand the needs of aging adults.

Charlie E.

Definitely the best place for your loved one to be! The Little Red House is an absolutely wonderful place! And all the staff are amazing!

Katie R.

Wonderful community resource for a growing needed service.

Doug H.