Town Village Sterling Heights - Sterling Heights, MI

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Nurse on Call
  • Homecare Onsite

Customer Reviews

STAY AWAY,!!

If you don’t eat food this place would be ok but that’s the problem! You wait hours to get a meal for 3000,00 and more. Comfort care? OMG what a joke! People wait and wait for an assistance to come and take them back to their apartment after dinner. Their to busy chatting on their phones to care! If you love your family member DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT take them here....you WILL be sorry.
To bad too, this place used to be a diamond! Now it’s a piece of coal under the current management that is strictly in it for profit!!.
Horrible people..

Resident review 2018

Food is awful. Management is not responsive to residents.

STAY AWAY! Run don’t walk away from this place. BAD MANAGEMENT

A PREVIOUS RESIDENT. I LIVED THROUGH THIS NIGHTMARE. What a wonderful place to live BEFORE the current company bought this facility.they came and introduced themselves to us and told us up front they were a “ solely in this business for profit “ they said our standard would not change but they LIED. Slowly all the things that made this a wonderful place were taken away. One by one. No more special dinners once a month. Birthday party’s were eliminated. WORST THING! They cannot get people fed! The waitstaff walks off the job, the cooks leave one after another. People waiting for hours to get a meal that they pay dearly for. When they call to be pushed up after waiting for hours to get dinner they wait and wait while comfort care people talking on cell phone in stairs corridor.
it’s a mess there. Residents are complaining daily about the food service and taking there the things away they pay for. Their rent goes up and they remove something they loved.
At the last meeting they (the residents) we are not taking anymore complaints about the food! Who says that! They are paying 3.000 and more to be told that? Please if you love your family member DO NOT TAKE THEM TO THIS PLACE. ITS Horrible! They talk a great story but night mare to live here. I moved out my friends have moved out. So I know what’s happening there. ITS A MESS PLEASE BELIEVE ME.. Thanks for reading. Hope you listen.

The facility was beautiful, the food was outstanding. & the staff was marvelous. The apartments themselves, while accomodating, lacked a doorwall, which is high on my list of priorities. Otherwise, high up on our list of contenders.

A Good Fit For 2 Family Members

My sister loves the community and my dad likes the community too. I have nothing terrible to say and I would recommend them. It looks very nice and it is huge. We picked this community because they have some younger residents which is a good environment for my sister.

They have a pool!

Town Village was the only one that had a pool from the places and, I toured. It was a very nice place, and also a little bit more pricy. The only thing that did not impress me was that there was no parking for guests. It's a huge place with a lot of units, and very nice but they had zero parking.

I Enjoyed Seeing The Place

On my tour I got to see the community and thought they were fine. I had seen a room that was to far for my mom to walk to the dining room. The facility has long hallways with elevators. It is a good community but I was looking for a place with an easy walking layout. I had a good tour and they were all good just not the right fit.

Very busy place. Still have some unanswered questions, since I had to leave before the full tour was over. Pool is a nice feature. Very accommodating of family visits.

Very nice facility, very clean. Lot's of things happening.

A beautiful community!!

The staff that conducted our tour of this community were very kind. Town VIllage looked like a clean well taken care of community. We did not choose this community as it was a little to far for us to commute.

Outstanding Facility

My mother lived at TownVillage Senior Living for 8 years until we needed to move her to a memory care facility. This facility is a wonderful place to move your independent parents. The organization has many in-house and varied activities that the elderly have the opportunity to participate in and, in addition, plan several events that your parents can travel to on a bus. I don't know if the following employees are still working at the facility, but these people go the extra mile to make sure your parents needs are met. Kudos to the office people Pegi and Jim, the activities director Chris and busdriver, housekeeping and maintenance workers, the caregivers Monica and Elanya (and other careworkers that went over and beyond the call of duty to assist my mother), the dining room managers, cooks, and servers! My mother was extremely happy at Townvillage and that is what matters the most!

She likes the food, she says it's really great.

I like it but I'm not in the area. She chose it because of the location. She likes the food, she says it's really great. The cooking is like what her mom used to make. There have been no billing issues that I know of. The activities director has been very sweet, she has gone out of her way to keep an eye out on mom's transition, and lets me know how things are going. I liked it when I went there, and so far I think it's going okay.

new resident

My Aunt moved to Town Village very recently and unfortunately, broke her hip shortly afterwards. It is a relief to know that after rehab she can return and receive the help she will need in her new home. When we were looking for a senior residence everyone was very kind every time we visited and they have even checked in with the family as she has been recovering. Her apartment is quiet, just the right size and gets plenty of natural light. It was hard for her to leave her home of 40 years, but we all know that this is going to be a great place for her to live. She will make new friends, have company when she eats, go to her doctor appointments without worrying how she will get there and have many activities to choose from each day. This is a big relief for her entire family to know she is safe and content.

Mom went against Dr's order - best thing she did!

My Mother-in-Law went to live in here against Dr's advice. Best move she has made! She was to go to an assistant living - Town Village is an Active Senior Living. Mom is 91 years young and is getting younger every day. She is up at 6, breakfast by 7 and busy all day long with classes that stimulites her mind and body. She has made many friends, is able to get out and go shopping, to the bank, Dr's apt by herself. She is never in her beautiful apartment! I used to call her every day to check up on her, now I can never catch her in the apt. She has a two bedroom apt that gets cleaned by the same person. There are people that are assigned to you so you get to know who is in your place and they get to know you. They all are very friendly and know your likes and dislikes for food. There is a Chef on staff, and as Mom says, the food is fantastic and you can order as much as you want! Mom is very happy with the different activites each week. Like I said, she is getting younger each day!

We liked the big clean dining room.

We placed mom here a couple of years ago. This was convenient for the family to get to. We liked the dining room and they were big and clean. They had changed ownership and have done improvements since we have been there.

They are extremely friendly, have great activities,

They are extremely friendly, have great activities, good at putting people together when your new to make friends easier, nice apartment sizes, they include a security wrist band which was needed one day when gram fell into the closet, food is good but rotate same meals so residents get bored with the food so they have made multiple changes by bringing in ethnic foods, new silverware, the menu has good variety. They have replaced the carpet with new and have put in new hard wood floors. Bathrooms were spacious but not well equipped in the tub/shower area as the seats are in the corners when they should be placed in the center more to people who really need to sit while showering. She did not like the girls that help out as they were not reliable and sometimes did not show up at all. They place new people together in the dining area every night to meet new people.

We are very happy with them.

We are very happy with them. Everything is very clean and the staff is friendly. I am glad we found them. I have no complaints at this point, no concerns.

My trip to Town Village was...

My trip to Town Village was eventful. Somehow I got turned around, also very unfamiliar with the area I happened to turn up over an hour late. I should have looked at my trusty map a little bit sooner. Anyway I went in and they were all very happy I had made it, gave me some water and we went on our tour. It was a very nice place, clean, everyone( workers, residents) seemed to have a smile on their face, which says something to me. (to be continued)

Extremely helpful & friendl...

Extremely helpful & friendly staff. Spacious and light filled apartments, lovely common areas, superb amenities, 24 hour concierge and other monitors in place for residents' safety, flexibility in daily dining options-our #1 choice (although our plans are currently on hold)

Love Town Village

Very Helpful and friendly. We have moved Mom in.

The food is wonderful and everyone is so friendly.

It's a nice place, it's clean and the people are friendly.

It's a nice place, it's clean and the people are friendly. The food is very good, we've eaten there. It's close to the hospital, and in a good neighborhood.

Very pleased

I toured several different assisted and independent living facilities before recommending this one to my mother based on the main factors of location, price, cleanliness and dining. After touring this and one other facility, she agreed with my recommendation. Shortly after move-in she began to need personal care due to a change in her health and she very much likes the services she receives from the ComforCare personnel (at additional cost). The Town Village and ComforCare personnel are very personable (and observant - they will notify you if they see a change in your loved one's behaviors in case you might not be aware). Mom participates in some of the activities provided by the Town Village staff and also utilizes the services of the on-site hair salon. My experience is that all maintenance requests are performed promptly. They seem to run a pretty "tight ship" and I feel that my mom is in a very safe environment.

Great activities good food

I'm comfortable with what we're paying and I feel that we're getting a good value for the money. She's independent but she did have one problem in the middle of the night and they were there right away, we were impressed. Everybody's in the same building, if they're independent or not because you go in often as independent and then need assisted. There's lots of activities, a lot of people don't take advantage of them, my opinion is that it's easier to sit in your room rather than go out and do something. They put up fliers by the restaurant, they put fliers in the elevator, they give them a large monthly calendar, they're consistent throughout the month but they add special outings for lunch and other outings. The whole family likes coming to the place, it's clean, it's updated, it seems more modern and we do not feel like it's an old folks home. The one thing I wish they would fix is they have a crafts class and so it's done on a shoestring, money wise, they don't put a lot of money into it, some of the crafts are very simple but we looked at a lot of places and this was our number one choice.

Cost for 2:$3,268;includes ...

Cost for 2:$3,268;includes gas, electric & water. laundry available. Wrist strap call devise. walk in showers. Monthly payments. [removed] month rent. Respite available.

The place was wonderful & s...

The place was wonderful & so was Judy! I sure wish my parents would consider this lifestyle to what they have now, but my father feels he'll be losing his independence and my mother is too connected to the house. It's very sad, because I'm afraid they'll have an accident or something, but I'm not in charge, so I can't do anything else at this point :(

A beautiful facility - well-kept, wel...

A beautiful facility - well-kept, well-staffed, and well thought-out. They answered many of our questions during lunch and made sure that we experienced as much of the facility as we could. Most importantly, it changed how my mother viewed assisted living facilities (in a very positive way). The only real downside was that the walk to the dining room/pool, etc. was quite far.

I was impressed with the layout of th...

I was impressed with the layout of the apartments...more spacious. My mother did comment that she thought this place was too big for her.

Absolutely love this place. My numbe...

Absolutely love this place. My number 1 choice

Probably more of an independent livin...

Probably more of an independent living environment (own apt) with assistance as needed. $2100 + $800. Based on phone call from facility Fabulous visit. Great option to consider for Dad or even Mom and Dad together. Financails for Dad alone may be difficult

Nice setup, staff was friendly

Nice setup, staff was friendly

Rate it a 8 Great place Great courtya...

Rate it a 8 Great place Great courtyard view!

Independent Living only.

Independent Living only.

From the Community

“We have a winning personality and a great sense of humor.” Nestled in a quiet neighborhood in friendly Sterling Heights, Town Village Sterling Heights is conveniently located on Dobry Road between Ryan Road and Mound Road, just south of Hall Road. Our location is close to dining and shopping options, as well as the area’s medical centers.

Our apartment-style senior independent living community offers all the conveniences of home without any of the work. Town Village features its own game room, craft room, Town Hall, billiards room, pool/Jacuzzi, fitness room, beauty salon, Village Nook (convenience store), library and onsite banking center. Our spacious apartment homes offer a variety of floor plans with soaring nine-foot ceilings, large walk-in closets, state-of-the-art mobile emergency call systems, full kitchens and walk-in showers with built-in safety bars and seating. With restaurant-style dining and flexible meal credits, we offer a delicious variety of fresh menu choices with a hot breakfast and your choice of lunch or dinner daily.

Our award-winning Signature Programs offer a wide variety of top-notch services. With an exciting array of social, educational and cultural programs, residents are encouraged to renew their old interests and explore new ones. Popular classes include creative writing, fitness, mind aerobics, reminiscing class and painting.

Call today to arrange a visit, and experience for yourself the meaningful lifestyle our residents enjoy every day.