King's Daughters Home Midland, MI
Offers Assisted Living
Reviews of King's Daughters Home
Assisted Living Reviews for King's Daughters Home
May 22, 2016
I visited this facility
October 16, 2014
I visited this facility
May 11, 2013
I am a friend or relative of a resident
Costs for King's Daughters Home
Cost of Assisted Living
Services and Amenities of King's Daughters Home
- Rent Plus Care Fees
- Assisted Living Starting At: $2900/month
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- 2-bedroom apartments
- Companion Suites: We Do Offer Companion Suites.
- Studio Apartments
- Housing Extra: Shared Living
- Resident Capacity: 59
- Minimum Age: 62
- Pets: No Pets Allowed
- State Licenses: AH560236854
About King's Daughters Home
Small home with a big heart – We can accommodate up to 30 residents in our assisted living. Thirty - that’s all. So if you’re looking to share your living space with 60, 80, or 100+ other people, then we might not be for you.
Royal treatment - Our high staff-to-resident ratio ensures that residents are pampered (yes, pampered, and we mean it). They are showered with attention, concern, and love.
Comprehensive care – A licensed nurse is on duty. We’re a private nursing home too! As life progresses, many of our assisted living residents move to our nursing care area.
Small town feel – We are conveniently located in a quaint neighborhood in Midland, MI near churches, shops, parks, and the Midland Community Center (pickleball anyone?).
Affordable, transparent costs – Typically, we charge less than other assisted living facilities, and most services are included (vs. add-on fees that could surprise you on your bill).
You might find us singing with a musician in the living room, socializing under the pergola next to the fountain in the courtyard (not during Michigan winters of course!), or gabbing in the beauty salon.
Activities are scheduled daily, and our goal is to have fun and learn something new every day. Residents can join an exercise class, attend a stimulating discussion of current events, compete in spelling bees, participate in a book club, and more. We also celebrate holidays and seasonal activities. Our volunteers assist with social events like afternoon teas, ice cream socials, bingo games, monthly birthday parties, and sing-alongs.
Faith and spiritual practice are important to us.
Devotions are offered in our chapel each morning, and area churches schedule visits and services for their members as requested. Our residents are multi-denominational, and we embrace a wide range of beliefs and practices.
Nonprofit and faith-based: We are one of the few nonprofit assisted living communities in Michigan. We put people over profits, and we embrace and celebrate all faiths!
What Makes Us Special
Because we are a non-for-profit, we focus on PEOPLE rather than worrying about our investors or our shareholders. Our focus is SERVICE – to our residents, each other, our families, and our community.