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Prices for Assisted Living in Kalamazoo start at $2,655.00.
"I live close by the Heritage Community and so I was able to have a tour in the facility. The place was nice. The staff seemed very friendly and attentive with what they are doing. They were also..." More
"My great uncle was moved to Park Place Assisted Living following a fall in his home. This was my first experience with an assisted living facility and I wasn't quite sure what to expect. During my..." More
"We have been very pleased with the care that mom has been getting at Woodside at Friendship Village. I noticed there were turnovers of different caregivers and nurses and that's understandable, but..." More
"The staff was friendly and took good care of my father. We were blessed to have found a place that Dad could go and enjoy the privacy of his own apartment but know that help was there if he needed..." More
"The Fountains was fabulous; the staff was helpful and friendly. The apartments were very nice. My parents liked the 2-bedroom, and it is nicely decorated with nice windows. It is a well-built..." More
"We were treated very nicely, very respectfully, and very kindly on our visit to Park Village Pines. They spoke directly to my dad instead of just us. We appreciated that a lot. They took us over to..." More
"Fountain View was gorgeous. They seemed to be very caring and it was clean and nobody seemed like they were unhappy. The staff was very accommodating. They took me around but she said if I had any..." More
"I love it there. It seems like such a friendly environment for residents to make friends. They always have something exciting going on, and/or crafts and projects for the residents to do. It's a..." More
"My great grandfather was very happy here. The staff takes care of the residents there. My great grandfather loved to read, but he was almost completely blind. The staff gave him books on tape, or..." More
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