From the Provider
Bringing American House quality and value to Washtenaw county near the crossroads of U.S. 23 and I-94, American House Carpenter is ideally situated near family friends, shopping, and familiar medical professionals in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Saline, Superior Township, and Pittsfield Township. American House in Ypsilanti is also located close to hospitals including University of Michigan Hospital, St. Joseph Mercy, and Veterans Hospital Ann Arbor. Carpenter Senior Living in Yspilanti provides Independent Living with assistance available.*
Apartment options at Carpenter Senior Living include studios, or 1 and 2 bedrooms - all with full kitchens and private baths. Property amenities include a dining room, beauty salon/barber shop, private park with trails, gardens, and ponds, and much more.
Restaurant-style dining is available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. An Activity Director plans a wide range of cultural, social and recreational activities and trips. Resident Services also include 24-hour on-site management and scheduled transportation. Laundry and housekeeping services, medication reminders, and strength training programs are also available.
*Medical support services provided by a third party not affiliated with American House.
- Dining Room
- Beauty Salon & Barber Shop
- Beautifully landscaped private park
- Restaurant-Style Dining Available for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- Available housekeeping services
- Active Social and Recreational Programs
- 24-hour staffing
- Scheduled Transportation
- Beauty/Barber Shop
- Chapel Services
- Gardens/Outside Patio
- Facility Parking
- Guest Meals
- Pharmaceutical Service
- Separate Therapy Room
- Pet Permitted
- Temperature Control
- Emergency Call System
- Private Bathrooms
Additional Assistance Available
- Fall Prevention/Strength Training programs
- Medication reminders
- 24-hr personal care assistance
Reviews of American House Carpenter Senior Living
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of a resident
American House was recommended by the VA Hospital for my brother and his wife who are disabled vets. Although younger than most residents, they have been treated with utmost respect and compassion. From the managers to the cleaning staff, I believe they have gone out of their way to make them feel welcome, always available for questions even if they had already been asked. They have been particularly considerate and patient when dealing with the extended family who must work with the staff at American House in coordinating care for my brother. They are very pleasant, patient, and understanding of our situation and needs. The apartment was beautiful when my brother moved in, freshly painted, clean, new carpeting...looked brand new! When I recently called to ask if dinner could be taken to their apartment, my brother told me the office person had already come to them within minutes of my call to get their menu choices. You can't get better service! The only recommendation I would offer is that the library be equipped with a computer for the savvy residents who do not own their own computer. Maybe this is available and I am not aware, but I will say that this has been a trouble free, seamless transition and I would highly recommend this facility for our loved ones.
Thank you, Sissy2, for leaving such wonderful feedback! I'm very happy to hear that your brother and his wife are very pleased living in our community here. We're constantly looking for ways to integrate technology to better serve our community, so I appreciate the suggestion! If you have any other ideas, feel free to call me direct or stop in - or if your brother and his wife ever need anything, please remind them that my door is always open!
Thank you, Debbie Adams, Executive Director 734-677-0071
I am a friend or relative of a resident
They were all nice, My grandfather did not do to much so he was not much of an effort for them either. When entering the property it was quiet and kind of hospital like (more so then expected) which surprised me. I did not get to see the activity rooms The property was nice as we took my grandfather on a few walks as well. The rooms were decent but it is very expensive compared to the room. I did not see any staff when I was there besides what seemed to be an office with people looking at me like I was lost, but no one tried to help me either way. From what I hear my grandfather was taken care of there and was happy there. I would have likes it to be a bit more personal there tho, as in no one seemed to want to meet his family or seemed to care about him and his life before that place.
Thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback about your experience with your grandfather. We are pleased you heard he was taken care of and was happy. We strive for balance at American House Carpenter - with a relaxed atmosphere and a variety of activities going on in different areas to keep our residents engaged. We believe in providing options to help empower our residents. While we try not to intrude on private family time, we truly care about all of our residents and their families and appreciate you reaching out to share your impressions. Your grandfather is our first priority and we want to ensure our relationship with him and his family is all it can be. If you're willing, I would appreciate more information to better understand how we can improve. Please feel free to call me directly at your convenience.
Sincerely, Debbie Adams 734-677-0071