Sterling Heights Senior Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Sterling Heights Senior Living Options

HarborChase of Sterling Heights

Review by Beth

Consumer

My mother moved into the HarborChase of Sterling Heights. Its appearance is nice. They're very kind, caring, and friendly. She loves the activities and they have activities every day of the week. That's been very positive for her...

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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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