From the Provider
Our Novi assisted living program is the perfect choice for someone who is in generally good health, but who needs extra support with meals, medication management and other tasks of daily living. Best of all, our residents have access to all the activities and amenities of the larger Fox Run campus.
Novi assisted living residents at Renaissance Gardens enjoy multiple restaurants, a swimming pool, gardens, walking paths and dozens of clubs and interest groups.
Reviews of Fox Run
Average Rating: based on 5 Reviews
I visited this facility
Fox Run is a nice place. It was more like an apartment complex. The staff was professional and courteous.
I am a friend or relative of resident
Don't be fooled by the appearance of this facility. My mother lived at Fox Run for 5 years, 2 years in the Assisted Living facility. It is fine for residents who are ambulatory and can do most things for themselves. Once they get very sick and need much assistance, you will find that this facility is understaffed, and that the staff does not follow it's own procedures, and the residents are often left to fend for themselves. My mom passed away recently while there after being in hospice......two weeks before she passed away I was researching other hospice options because Fox Run's care was sub par. If only they would take care of their residents as well as they do their landscaping they would be all set. Maybe they should spend less on their landscaping at reallocate the budget to hire more nurses and aides.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Simply upon driving up to the facility it was evident that it was a very nice place to live. The landscaping was very well maintained, the building looked nice, it overall simply looked like a great place to live. Upon entering the facility I was greeted by a warm, welcoming lobby area with friendly staff. When I went to visit my Great Grandma she seemed very happy and is doing as great as ever, no doubt thanks to Fox Run. She is not a very active person but according to her there are lots of activities for the people who live there to take part in like swimming in a swimming pool, walking or running on treadmills in the workout room, she even talked about how she watched some of her friends play pool/ Overall she seems to be very happy their, and I feel safe and secure knowing that my family made the decision to put her within such a friendly, accepting, wonderful community.
I visited this facility
It was my father who has been to Fox Run for about a week but he ended up passing away. It was a facility that actually he had looked prior to getting sick. The whole care is okay, and he was treated very well. He was very sick. The only problem was his heart stopped and they did a resuscitation. We had a do not resuscitate order but they went ahead and send him out to the regular hospital. Well I just think that there was a miscommunication since we had a do not resuscitate order. But the over all care before that was fine.
I visited this facility
The Fox Run assisted living facility looked really well-kept from the outside as we drove up. I was helping a friend find a suitable place to live for his mother.
The main foyer had a lovely receiving area, and at first glance, it was hard to imagine that this was an assisted living facility. It seemed more like a five star hotel.
The living suites were offered in a variety of really nice options. They were also beautifully decorated. We could see that my friend's mother would be comfortable in any one of them. Each unit had individually controlled temperatures. The kitchens all had ample counter space and nice appliances.
There is a lot of convenience here as well, from the salon, fully-equipped exercise spa and whirlpool, to the library and coffee bar, TV studio, music room, well-stocked library and computer room. We especially liked the uniqueness of the billiards room, creative arts studio and woodworking room.
The dining areas have many options. From more intimate to communal dining, resident can choose whatever they like â€“ in addition to hosting guests in their own spaces. The menu choices looked nutritious and delicious, as well as the regular snacks â€“ offered continually. The food looked and smelled like what you would find in upscale restaurants.
The activity calendar features many healthy and stimulating activities. We liked that the staff encourages participation and tries to make everything interesting for its residents. They have outings to local libraries, events, culture, restaurants, shopping and athletic activities. They take suggestions to update the schedule as much as possible.
Weâ€™ve visited quite a few assisted living facilities and thus far, the staff at this one were some of the most friendly weâ€™ve met yet.
This facility was really more like a fully-equipped village, with a market and a bank - and amenities like a five star hotel and any senior could easily be very happy here.