Assisted living with private apartment homes.
Care that supports an independent lifestyle.
Assistance with daily tasks. Companionship at just the right time. Someone you can trust, who brings a smile to your face. Assisted living gives you the freedom and flexibility to enjoy each day and live as independently as possible.
The right help makes all the difference.
When you want the best care in assisted living, count on the qualified professional help you’ll receive at Freedom Village. We collaborate with you to design a plan for your specific needs — including bathing, dressing, grooming, medication management, and other activities of daily living. Because we’re a Life Plan Community, you’ll have the advantage of being able to transition seamlessly to other levels of care if needed.
The cost of assisted living is covered by a monthly fee that includes a maintenance-free residence, personalized care, dining and more. Residents have access to all community services and amenities, such as fitness classes, chef-prepared dining, and a full-service salon and barbershop.
We also offer respite care to give seniors and their caregivers a break from their usual routine. Seniors can receive the personalized care they need while they enjoy the vibrant lifestyle in our assisted living facility, allowing caregivers the time to rest or take care of other responsibilities. Reservations are required to book a short respite stay.
Assisted living services and amenities include:
- Beautifully appointed, maintenance-free residence
- Innovative and flexible dining program
- Customized care assessment — initial and ongoing
- Indoor heated pool, fitness center, arts and crafts studio and other community amenities
- Fitness and wellness programs
- Regularly scheduled transportation
- Personal concierge services
- Wellness center
- Weekly housekeeping and flat linen service
- Around-the-clock staffing
- 24-hour security and in-home emergency response
- Private dining room for family gatherings
- Guest suites
- General store
- Banking and postal services
- Business center with computers
- Basic cable, internet and utilities (except phone)
- Wi-Fi access
Contact us to learn more about our assisted living services.
Use the form on this page, or call 616-200-7271.
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Frequently asked questions.
What type of help is typically provided for residents in assisted living?
In an assisted living community, residents get help with some of the basic activities of daily living. These often include assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming, medication management and personal maintenance. The specific assistance provided in an assisted living facility is determined by a personal services assessment in order to understand needs. The goal of assisted living is to allow residents to enjoy their lives with just the right help while living as independently as possible. Read about the level of care provided in assisted living compared to home care, or how to pay for assisted living on our blog.
What’s the difference between assisted living and a nursing home?
Assisted living gives you the helping hand you need to keep active, stay engaged, and pursue your passions. You’ll live in a beautifully appointed apartment home and receive assistance with the basic activities of daily living, tailored to your specific needs, such as help with bathing, dressing and grooming, medication management, and personal maintenance. Nursing homes, on the other hand, are for those with chronic medical conditions or disabilities, or those in chronic pain, who require round-the-clock care and supervision by licensed skilled nursing professionals. Read more about the differences between nursing homes and assisted living facilities on our blog.
When is long-term care needed?
Sometimes the need for additional care is obvious. There may be a noticeable change in a person’s ability to manage the activities of daily living such as dressing and walking. They may develop balance issues that put them at risk of a fall. They may have increasing medical needs that are clearly beyond what a caregiver can provide. Other changes are more subtle, and conditions such as memory or weight loss can happen gradually. Often, it’s hard for a caregiver to tell whether their loved one’s symptoms are part of normal aging or a sign of something more serious. Learn more about the signs your loved one might need long-term care on our blog.