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Senior Housing & Assisted Living in Detroit, MI

Detroit has a variety of senior housing options, listed below. Many variables come into play when determining if Detroit is ideal for you or your loved one, however cost of living is usually among the top 3 most heavily weighted factors since most retirees live on a budget and fixed income. The cost of living in Detroit is based on the Median Household Income, Median Gross Rent Rate, and Cost of Living Index. In Detroit, those are $28,099, $771 and 87.1 respectively. If the cost of living in Detroit is too high, try popular nearby cities such as Fenton, South Lyon or Riverview which might have alternative and lower cost senior housing options.

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235454 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235242 Ownership Type: For Profit Individual Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident ...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235622 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235531 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235382 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235242 Ownership Type: For Profit Individual Resident Capacity: 87 ...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235102 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235498 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 235468 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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Getting older can truly get tough, but it doesn’t have to be as tough as we make it. If you choose to make the move over to an assisted living facility in Detroit, you will realize that you can now focus on the more important things, rather than the small day to day activates that have had you so frustrated. The number of assisted living facilities is on a rapid rise right now across the country, and the same holds true for Detroit Michigan. There are a couple reasons why these facilities are on the rise and the first being medicine. Our advancements in modern medicine are helping people stay alive much longer – to the point were they start to really need help with day to day activities. The second reason has a lot to do with the first – demand. The demand for rooms at assisted living facilities is sky rocketing, so there are business interests that see this situation as a great investment opportunity, so they meet the demand by driving up supply.

If you are thinking about making this transition to an assisted living facility, it is important to know whom the typical resident is. One who lives in an assisted living facility usually has some difficulties with their activities of daily living, also known as ADL’s. These ADL’s can have a wide range of variety and also range in difficulty. If you struggle with walking or climbing stairs, then an assisted living facility might be perfect for you. If you struggle with using the phone, doing laundry, or managing you finances, then assisted living facilities might also be a great option for you. The nice thing about these facilities, however, is that these facilities allow you to go out and enjoy the area that you live in, and if you live in Detroit, you definitely know there is plenty to do.

One of the most obvious things in Detroit to do is to catch a sporting event. In Detroit, you have the option to see the Lions, who are a professional football team. There are the Detroit Red Wings, who have won more Stanley Cup’s than any other professional Hockey Team. You can catch a baseball game at the beautiful Comerica Park where the Detroit Tigers play, or head over to the Palace of Auburn Hills if you are a basketball fan and see the Detroit Pistons play.

If you are not a sports fanatic, you can go to the famous Fox Theater to see your favorite play or musical event.

Before you make the move over to an assisted living facility it is important to know that the average cost of a private suite in Detroit is about $33,000 which is exactly in line with the Michigan average, so you know you can make the move without it costing you a fortune.

If you do want to do more research, SeniorLiving.org is a phenomenal resource for you to be able to use. Our website has tools on it that make your search significantly easier. One of the most useful tools on the site is the real time reviews, where you can see what other residents said about their stay at these assisted living facilities in Detroit. SeniorLiving.org also allows you to look at the location of all of the facilities so you can make sure you are near something you love.

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