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The 10 Best Assisted Living Facilities in Farmington Hills, MI for 2024

Our comprehensive listings and authentic reviews in Farmington Hills, MI below include 116 Assisted Living facilities with 1646 reviews. On average in Farmington Hills, residents and their loved ones rate Assisted Living options 4 out of 5 stars.

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What to Consider About Assisted Living in Farmington Hills

Assisted living providers in Farmington Hills are licensed and regulated by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The department inspects aged care facilities regularly and takes action to ensure they comply with state laws and quality of care requirements.

Benefits and Drawbacks of Assisted Living in Farmington Hills

  • Health care is exceptionally cheap in Farmington Hills at 17.3% below the national average. The city has 454 physicians per 100,000 residents — much higher than the U.S. average of 210 — reflecting highly accessible primary care physicians and specialists.
  • Summer weather is typically very comfortable in the Detroit area, rated at 9.3 out of 10, while the U.S. average is 7. There are fewer sunny days each year at 179 vs. the national average of 205, but this may be ideal for seniors who prefer partly cloudy conditions or have sensitive skin, as the UV index also averages a low 3.2, compared to 4.3 across most of the United States.
  • Crime rates are low in Farmington Hills, potentially making it a very safe place to live. The city has a violent crime rating of 11.4 out of 100 — half that of the U.S. average of 22.7. Property crimes are also less common, ranking at 20.8 compared to the national average of 35.4.
  • The cost of living in Farmington Hills is 6.6% higher than the national average. However, grocery prices are comparable to the average and health care is much less expensive. Most of the high cost of living is associated with entertainment and transportation, which seniors may be able to avoid by taking advantage of the many services offered by assisted living communities.
  • Farmington Hills has inexpensive public transportation options such as SMART Bus to help those without a vehicle. Seniors with disabilities can also take advantage of the curb-to-curb reservation-based transportation service if the fixed bus line schedules aren’t convenient.
  • The sales tax rate in the city is 6.0% — 1.3% lower than the national average. Farmington Hills also has an income tax rate 0.3% below the United States average, which may help seniors conserve a little more of their hard-earned money.

Paying for Assisted Living in Farmington Hills

Monthly costs for assisted living averages $4,215 in Farmington Hills, MI.

The Cost of Assisted Living in Nearby Cities

The cost of assisted living in Farmington Hills is only about $35 below the state average, but seniors may save up to $815 more in a nearby city. If money is tight, some locations are exceptionally cheap, such as Battle Creek at $3,400 per month. Jackson is another affordable location at $4,000, whereas Ann Arbor is one of the most expensive areas at $6,093. Assisted living in Monroe costs over $800 more than in Farmington Hills.

Farmington Hills

$4,215

Michigan

$4,250

United States

$4,500

Battle Creek

$3,400

Jackson

$4,000

Ann Arbor

$6,093

Monroe

$5,050

The Cost of Other Types of Senior Care

Assisted living is one of the most affordable types of care in Farmington Hills, but it may not be ideal for all seniors. Adult day health care is much less expensive at $1,430 per month for families only needing occasional assistance. Nonmedical home care and home health care from qualified medical professionals both cost $5,720 and can enable individuals to maintain more independence while still receiving daily assistance. Nursing homes are much more expensive at $8,882 monthly but may be ideal for frail seniors requiring around-the-clock medical care.

In-Home Care

$5,720

Home Health Care

$5,720

Adult Day Health Care

$1,430

Assisted Living Facility

$4,215

Nursing Home Facility (semiprivate room)

$8,882

Note: Data for Farmington Hills was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Detroit, was used instead.

Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Farmington Hills

More Ways to Pay For Assisted Living

While many families use their own funds or personal assets to pay for assisted living, there are plenty of additional options to cover these costs. Some additional ways to finance assisted living costs include:

  • Veterans Benefits
  • Life Insurance Policy
  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Reverse Mortgage

For more information about different ways to finance assisted living, visit our Assisted Living in Michigan page.

Free & Low-Cost Assisted Living Resources in Farmington Hills

The list of free and low-cost resources below includes organizations which provide information, services and programs to help seniors remain independent and maintain a fulfilling lifestyle. The support offered can help reduce expenses and make it easier to travel around the city and stay active during retirement.

ResourceContactService
Area Agency on Aging 1-B(800) 852-7795Area Agency on Aging 1-B provides various services for seniors and family caregivers in Farmington Hills, including community dining, transportation and informational workshops. Seniors can call the assistance line to ask questions, and staff can direct them to relevant programs and services suiting their needs.
Piquette Street VA Clinic(313) 576-1580Veterans are potentially eligible for a range of health care services through VA clinics, such as lab work and checkups. Seniors can visit the Piquette Street VA Clinic to access most standard primary care services, helping them maintain good health.
Oakland County RSVP program(248) 537-3300 ext: 3941The Oakland County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program places seniors at ages 55+ into fulfilling volunteer positions, giving them a practical way to spend free time. The RSVP program can help individuals maintain a connection to their community and form social bonds while supporting worthwhile causes.
Costick Activities Center(248) 473-1800The William Costick Activities Center is a multipurpose recreational facility that hosts social and cultural activities. The center has several meeting rooms and convenient amenities such as a swimming pool and gymnasium. Seniors can join the Adults 50 and Better Program to participate in twice-weekly activities.
Michigan Ombudsman(866) 485-9393Michigan's long-term care ombudsman is a free service to help seniors resolve complaints with elder care providers and maintain legal compliance. The ombudsman can help seniors understand their rights and investigate allegations of elder abuse.
Oakland County Bar Association (248) 334-3400Free legal aid clinics hosted by the OCBA throughout Oakland County can help seniors learn more about any legal issues they may face. The volunteer attorneys can also refer individuals to local legal aid providers that may represent them to resolve legal concerns.
World Medical Relief(313) 866-5333World Medical Relief is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable prescriptions and medical supplies, such as dressings, to low-income seniors. The Durable Medical Equipment Program supplies walkers, tub benches and other equipment to help seniors with mobility and daily living.

Assisted Living Laws and Regulations in Farmington Hills

Farmington Hills Assisted Living Communities must adhere to the comprehensive set of state laws and regulations that all Assisted Living Facilities in Michigan are required to follow. Visit our Assisted Living in Michigan page for more information about these laws.

Assisted Living Laws and Regulations in Michigan

Reviews of Communities Nearby

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Ronald

I visited this facility

Review of Farmington Hills Inn

Farmington Hills Inn seemed nice. I liked everything about it. They had daily activities. We saw assisted living. They had memory care, but we didn't go into that. We have talked to one employee...

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Phyllis

I visited this facility

Review of Farmington Hills Inn

We went to look at Farmington Hills Inn. My husband didn't like it because the beds were too small for him. The staff was alright. There's a library, a physical therapy room, and a garden outside....

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Assisted Living

Derelle

I visited this facility

Review of Fairmont of Farmington Hills

My father will be moving into Fairmont of Farmington Hills. They recently did a renovation, so it looked great, and they just had a grand opening. The apartments were OK, repainted, and newly...

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