Our variety of living options recognize and support the changes which occur in the lives of each of us as we grow older.
With 15 locations throughout Michigan and Northern Indiana, we will help you find the best option for your unique situation.
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Not all senior communities are created equal. So what makes Heritage Senior Communities stand out? We call it the Heritage Difference.
HAPPY RESIDENTS & THEIR FAMILIES
“On behalf of our entire family we want to thank the staff at Edgewood for the wonderful care our mom received. She was at your facility for approximately six weeks and the care, compassion and thoughtfulness given to her was outstanding. We could not have asked for a kinder group of people to be taking care of mom.”
Family of Georgia,
“This is long overdue – but I wanted to thank you and the staff at Grand Pines for all the love and compassion you showed my dad. The flowers you sent me at work were absolutely beautiful. Dad loved Grand Pines and the friends he made there. Thanks again for your support.”
Family of Resident at
Grand Pines Assisted Living Center
“Mom lived at Waverly Meadows for almost five years and it proved to be exactly what she needed at the time. The staff then – and now – were absolutely the best to work with. They were caring and efficient and showed the utmost respect for Mom.”
Daughter of Betty,
Waverly Meadows Resident
“A very special thanks to you and the rest of the wonderful staff at Bay Ridge. The care and attention you all gave mom over the past years is very much appreciated. Bay Ridge truly was a home for her.”
Family of Resident at
Bay Ridge Assisted Living Center
FROM THE BLOG
Dear Donna, My children had a great relationship with their grandfather until he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. After he moved to assisted living, their relationship began to deteriorate. Every time my kids visit him, they complain that they are bored and...read more
Repetition is a common behavior among adults with Alzheimer’s disease. Those affected may repeat words, questions, or activities. This is their attempt to comfort themselves when they are feeling agitated. Adults with Alzheimer’s disease, especially those...read more
Dear Donna, Ever since my grandmother was diagnosed with dementia, I find it impossible to shop for her. Nothing I give her ever seems to make it out of its original packaging. Do you have any advice on how to find a gift for a family member...read more