Ann Arbor Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Ann Arbor Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Ann Arbor for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,250/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Ann Arbor Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Atria Park of Ann Arbor $5,863/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Chamberlain Home Romulus $2,500/month
Courtyard Manor of Farmington Hills Farmington Hills $4,685/month
Cedar Woods Assisted Living Belleville $2,260/month
Botsford Commons Farmington Hills $3,200/month
Independence Village of Plymouth Plymouth $2,975/month
Independence Village of Brighton Valley Brighton $3,300/month
Crystal Creek Assisted Living Canton $4,150/month
Blossom Hill South Lyon $4,000/month
Chateau of Novi Novi $2,800/month
Chateau of Bridgeport Inkster $2,800/month
Livonia Manor Livonia $3,000/month
Daniela's Senior Care Home II Walled Lake $5,000/month
Daniela's Serenity Care Walled Lake $5,000/month
Edgewood Senior Homes Commerce $3,500/month
Lynn Home Sweet Home Farmington Hills $3,500/month
Stephanny Home Garden City $2,500/month
Embrace Group Home, LLC Canton $3,500/month
The Willows at Howell Howell $4,020/month
Westlake Health Campus Commerce $4,800/month
StoryPoint Saline Saline $3,950/month
Novi Lakes Health Campus Novi $4,650/month
First & Main of Commerce Township Commerce Township $4,750/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Ann Arbor Assisted Living Facilities

University Living in Ann Arbor

Review by Visitor

Consumer

University Living seems to be a very caring community. I knew my husband would feel at home there...

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University Living in Ann Arbor

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Consumer

University Living was very nice. The only problem was they only had a one-bedroom. I’m my wife’s caregiver right now, and she’s in a wheelchair. I do her dressing, food, and other things. It was very nice but the only problem was the one-bedroom is all they offered. My wife liked them, and they’re one of the best.

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Brookdale Ann Arbor

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Consumer

I liked the dining area and the fact that they would do my dad's medications at Brookdale Ann Arbor. The rooms and staff seemed very nice. They served three meals a day.

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Hillside Terrace

Review by Jane

Consumer

Hillside Terrace is very nice. It is also smaller since they only have nine independent living apartments. They also have assisted living and a memory care unit. However, if you spend down, they don't accept Medicaid, so you have to move out which would become a problem...

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Atria Park of Ann Arbor

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Atria Park was a beautiful, big, clean facility with an excellent memory care unit upstairs. I was very pleased with that, but it was a little bit out of our way. I brought my uncle back for an evaluation with a registered nurse, and I found that to be very helpful...

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Atria Park of Ann Arbor

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Consumer

The menu and the food at Atria Park of Ann Arbor were impressive. The chef came out and talked to my dad, and he liked the fact that you ordered food from a menu. The staff was very nice and very welcoming and had a nurse there that would check him...

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Map of Ann Arbor Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Ann Arbor

Burton Memorial Tower Clock (Ann Arbor, MI) Founded in 1824, Ann Arbor is filled with lots of activities and plenty of charm. As the sixth largest city in Michigan, Ann Arbor has a little over 113,000 people residing there; many of whom are college students. That’s because Ann Arbor is the proud home of the University of Michigan. That said, Ann Arbor being a college town should certainly not deter seniors. The youthfulness of the city actually adds a lot of life to those who choose to live in an assisted living facility there.

Ann Arbor Attractions

Although the most beautiful time of year to experience Ann Arbor is the fall due to its brilliantly vibrant colors, there are actually plenty of things to see and do there year-round. There’s the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market, Wiard’s Orchard & Haunted Thrill Park (complete with mini-golf, a corn maze and apple cider and donuts) and the Dexter Cider Mill, which is the oldest operating cider mill in all of Michigan. There is also the Michigan Theater (which features lots of independent films), in the summer there is the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, plus there are plenty of impressive and tantalizing eateries there too.

Ann Arbor Senior Activities

arbor lakesAs far as activities that are specifically geared towards seniors, the Ann Arbor Senior Center is a resourceful place that offers lots of activities and a wealth of information on events that cater to older individuals. At the center, seniors can learn how to speak French, play bridge or participate in a variety of exercises including yoga and Tai Chi. There’s even a night where seniors can play various acoustic instruments.

Ann Arbor Medical Facilities

If you are seriously considering an Ann Arbor assisted living option, you may be curious about what medical facilities are within the area. The most popular option is the University of Michigan Health System which is home of the East Ann Arbor Health and Geriatrics Center. On-site, there is a pain center, pharmacy and imaging center too.

Ann Arbor Transportation

Another reason to choose assisted living in Ann Arbor is because there are several different transportation options---ones that are both safe and convenient for seniors. There are shuttle services that are offered at the airport along with the AirRide---a bus service that takes 13 daily roundtrips. Aside from that, there is also AmTrak and the Megabus for individuals who may want to take long-distance trips but would prefer not to fly. For trips around the city, you can choose between taxis; The Ride (which is a top-notch public transit option); the car-sharing service Zipcar and of course, there are car rentals as well. It all depends on what you’d like to pay as well as your personal preference. As you can see, there are so many reasons why you should consider Ann Arbor as a place for senior assisted living. For more information, go to our assisted living in Ann Arbor tab. Back to Top