Sterling Heights Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Sterling Heights Assisted Living Facilities

Waltonwood at Lakeside

Review by Barb W

Consumer

I love Waltonwood at Lakeside. It had storage for your Christmas tree or winter coats in the summer, but it's almost $1,000 more a month, which is a problem. It's beautiful. The people were very friendly, invited us to have lunch with them, and took us all around the facility...

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Atria Shorehaven

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Atria Shorehaven is a very nice, smaller community. However, they only have two options of apartments. You either get a one-bedroom or a two-bedroom...

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Atria Shorehaven

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Atria Shorehaven was OK, but I didn't have a good feeling about it. The people who took us through were nice. It was farther away from my family than where I wanted to be. The director was very sweet and friendly.

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Atria Shorehaven

Review by William

Consumer

We chose Atria because my mom could afford it, they allowed dogs as long as you clean up after it, and they take out people on outings three to four times a week. They have a car available if she needs to go to the doctor; she can schedule a ride, and there is no charge up to five miles...

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Atria Shorehaven

Review by Dayna

Consumer

Atria Shorehaven was a great, clean facility, and the staff has gone above and beyond in making my dad and me comfortable. They're not high pressure and have been fantastic.

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Oakmont Sterling Assisted

Review by Louis

Consumer

My sister and brother-in-law are at Oakmont Sterling Assisted right now. They both have dementia and my sister is on hospice. It's a very nice facility. The trouble is, they don't take Medicaid. They love the home and are treated well. The staff is very good...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Sterling Heights

Sterling HeightsThere is a lot that can be said about Sterling Heights, the fourth largest city in Michigan. With a population of over 130,000 people, this Detroit suburb is actually considered by many to be a “city of subdivisions” rather than a “city of ethnic neighborhoods”. Incorporated in 1968, Sterling Heights was hailed by Money magazine in 2006 as being one of the best small cities to live in within the United States. The city has also been ranked as the safest city in Michigan (13th in the nation). As a resident or visitor, you can visit the Franklin Cider Mill, view art at the Cranbrook Art Museum, listen to some amazing music at the Detroit Opera House or stop by the the Detroit Zoo and Belle Isle Nature Zoo (remember, Detroit is not that far away).

Organizations Serving Seniors in Sterling Heights

Assisted living in Sterling Heights is easy to do thanks to several different organizations that the city has to offer. The SarahCare Adult Day Care Center offers a safe, stimulating environment for area seniors, providing transportation both to and from the center. Some of their special programs include pet and music therapy and even a program that is known as the “Men’s Den”. Area Agency on Aging 1-B has Meals on Wheels and senior health and wellness programs, including senior driving. It even offers information on how to make smooth nursing home transitions. Sterling Heights also has a Retired Senior Volunteer Program and the Older Persons Commission. The commission offers everything from arts & crafts to leisure travel for seniors.

Sterling Heights Senior-Friendly Activities

Sterling Heights seniorsThe Fraser City Senior Citizen Center is a favorite for seniors who live in the Sterling Heights area. A membership is required and there are weekly events and discounts on weekend trips that are offered. There is also the Clinton Township Senior Adult Life Center which has a fitness center and many different types of social events. And again, if you’re willing to drive about 30 minutes to Detroit, the city has everything from the Motown Historical Museum and the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant to the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory along with lots of theaters, eateries and museums.

Sterling Heights Medical Facilities

Assisted living residents living in Sterling Heights have a variety of different medical facilities to choose from. The Henry Ford Medical Center offers dialysis, neurology and heart and vascular services. It also has a Bariatric Surgery Center. The Beaumont Medical Center offers digestive health, Orthopedics and special women’s health services. If you are looking for senior housing for yourself or a loved one, explore our Sterling Heights assisted living facilities. Back to Top