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Prices for Assisted Living in Detroit start at $1,775.00.
"This place look and feel like an old horror center with bobwire. When you visit they lock you in and you need someone to unlock the doors to let you out. Patients eat in the basement where it is..." More
"I like the fact that everyone has their own room at St. Joseph Manor. They specialized in memory care, so it’s not just for those who need independent living. The director there is really kind, the..." More
"I had the unfortunate displeasure of staying at this horrible place for almost a year. There were so many things wrong with this home I don't even know where to start. The house itself was always a..." More
"American House was in my neighborhood. I liked that I wouldn't have to cook because I was a lousy cook. They had theme parties -- you know, get togethers for Valentine's Day and Saint Patrick's Day..." More
"American House Riverview Senior Living is a nice facility. It's huge. They did a really nice job in showing us around. It was kind of crowded during the tour because the ladies were in the lobby..." More
"Actually, one of the representatives from Caring.com gave me a list of places, and I did my own research and called American House. I think the place is great, and the staff goes out of their way..." More
"When I visited American HouseTroy Senior Living, there was an on-going renovation. I was not able to get a good look at the place. The rooms and staff were good. I was able to look at their menu..." More
"I think that Victory Lane is an excellent placement for someone that is looking for a placement for a friend or a family member that prefers to live in a small private micro community where as they..." More
"I think that the Freedom Haven in Ferndale Michigan is an excellent choice for someone who is looking for a placement for a friend or a family member. Freedom Haven provides the following services..." More
"I visited Young Home, and it was a very nice facility. It was a group home, and they only have 20 people. I think it had a really wonderful environment. The rooms were very clean and they had..." More
"As a guest at Houston Special Needs Center. I witnessed a great hospitality and quality service. I was blown away by its staff's attentiveness and diligence. In my opinion, as caregivers, they are..." More
"I think that Skeltis CTH in Hazel Park, Michigan is an excellent choice for placement for someone who prefers to live in a Micro-Community; Adult Foster Home, AlzheimerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Care, or Assisted..." More
" think that The Young Home in Hazel Park, Michigan is an excellent choice for placement for someone who is looking for a Micro-Community Group Home and Assisting Living facility especially for..." More
"My mom is in Sunny Acres. It is a like a home care setting where they have people that are able to care for her. They have six residents and three or more people on duty, and it is like one person..." More
"I think that Common Ground Sanctuary is an excellent choice for placement for someone that is seeking placement for a friend or a family member that prefers to live in a Micro-Community; Group Home..." More
Caring for a Parent and Child at the Same Time
Caring for older parents plus your own family is difficult, especially for younger caregivers. How to handle needy parents versus a new baby, and when it might be time to get help from home health agencies, for in-home care, or to move to assisted living or memory care.