Assisted Living in Oakland County, MI

Oakland County is northwest of Detroit and directly west of Macomb County in Michigan. This county boasts the second highest population among the state’s counties with more than 1.2 million residents living in 907 square miles. Until recently, the demographic has been almost exclusively white collar families with demographics becoming more diverse each year. Oakland County is the most affluent suburb of Detroit and, for the past 100 years, ranks among the top 10 richest counties. This is attributed to the automotive industry’s concentration of major headquarters in the area; “Automation Alley,” as some call it. Positioned near what is known as the frozen tundra of the Great Plains, Oakland residents expect subzero temperatures in the winter and mild temperatures in the summer.

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55 results with 814 reviews in Oakland County.

Best of 2018

Sunrise at North Farmington Hills embraces the philosophy of being resident-centered. This senior living community is located near I-696, Route 10, and five major hospitals. It offers assisted living, memory care services, respite care, a community for residents who are visually impaired, and coordination of hospice care services when necessary. From great food to shopping trips and a variety of group activities, Sunrise at North Farmington Hills allows residents to maintain their independence while residing in a safe, secure environment.

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American House Troy Senior Living offers independent living, assisted living, hospice care, and respite care in a home-like environment. From the wide front porch with wicker chairs to the sizable sitting room that includes a small piano, every inch of American House feels like a traditional Victorian house. Seniors enjoy private or two-person apartments that include a full kitchen, full bath, and an attached balcony or patio. When they need to have their hair styled, want to borrow a book, or want to spend time in a gym, all of their needs are on-site. Between the great amenities and friendly 24-hour staff, living in American House is always a great experience.

One of the most special features of Oakland County is the 387 lakes located throughout the county; meaning residents can enjoy swimming, fishing, and boating year-round. The county also offers zipline adventures at Adventure Park, learning experiences at the aquarium, and large selection of ice sculptures at Kellogg Park in the winter. Accessible airports include Detroit’s main hubs, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) and Coleman A. Young International Airport (DET). Public transportation is scarce throughout the area as many residents use private vehicles. Those limited to public transportation typically only travel within cities and along the southern border as part of Detroit’s DDOT system. The Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) that runs between Macomb to parts of Oakland and Wayne counties. One of the most widely used and important highways in Michigan, I-75, connects Flint to the Detroit-Wayne-Dearborn Metropolitan area; expect traffic near Pontiac and Detroit.

Seniors in Oakland County make up approximately 15% of the population with an average income of $45,540 per year. Reasonable assisted living options are easier to find compared to metropolitan Detroit with slightly lower yearly costs. Assisted living residents pay between $3,000 - $3,800 a month depending on the area. Michigan has a few Medicare assistance programs designed to help seniors afford housing, including waiver programs and tax exemptions. Seniors can take advantage of partial tax on IRA withdrawals and pension income with zero tax on social security benefits. The area is known to have tremendously lower crime rate than the infamous neighboring counties due to the affluent communities and dedicated community watchdogs. Retirees looking for safe, easy going neighborhoods with affordable options and fun outdoor activities could easily make Oakland County their new home.