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2 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022THE FOR INSPIRED SENIOR LIVINGchoiceRetirement and Independent Living3095 Blossom Ridge Blvd. Rochester, MI 48306(248) 759-8500Assisted Living, Memory and Respite Care3215 Silverbell Road Oakland Twp., MI 48306(248) 601-0505Experience a Life Well Lived Resort-Style Amenities Health & Wellness ProgramsDesigned to Keep You MovingLife Enrichment ActivitiesLearn, Explore & EnjoyFine Dining Experiences5-Star Chef Prepared MealsFull-Service Salon & SpaExperience Petals by Andrew MarkePersonalized Care Tailored for YouTHE CHOICE FOR...CALL TO SCHEDULE A TOUR TODAY!MOCERISENIORLIVING.COM

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 3MACOMB COUNTY PROSECUTORPaid for by Lucido for a Brighter Michigan, 6303 26 Mile Road, Suite 203, Washington Township, MI 48094Go Bles Ou Seniors “As you are the greatest generation that ever lived!”

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4 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Welcome to the Spring 2022 Michigan Seniors GuidePUBLISHER Mark Nicholson CREATIVE DIRECTOR AJ White FOR DISPLAY ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES CONTACT: SALES REPRESENTATIVE Cheryl Demanski 248-524-4868 ext. 313 STAFF WRITER Justin Cooper TO SUBMIT EDITORIAL: 248-524-4868 6966 Crooks Road Suite 22 Troy, MI Contact Us:Gazette Media Group reserves the right to revise, classify, or reject in whole or in part, any advertisement in this publication. Errors / Corrections: We are committed to correcting errors that appear in our publications. Those interested in contacting us for that purpose can email: Please note, Gazette Media Group is not responsible for errors in advertising. On behalf of the entire team at the Gazette Media Group, I hope you like this issue of Michigan Seniors Guide. We’ve filled it with lots of useful and fun information all to help make life easier and more enjoyable for seniors and their families in SE Michigan. If you would like to contact us, please feel free to send us an email. I also invite you to follow us on Facebook. Mark Nicholson Publisher seniors guideseniors guideMICHIGANInsideFEATURINGSenior Housing Guide by County Macomb.................................9, 10 Oakland .................................18, 19, 20 Wayne ....................................28, 29, 30The Fall Michigan Senior Guide Arrives September 1stMichigan-Seniors-Guideseniors guideseniors guideMICHIGANWhat to do in Your Retirement Pages 16 & 17Your List ............................................................................6 & 7 Senior Safety.....................................................................12 Senior Discounts ...............................................................22 & 23 Spring Cleaning .................................................................27

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 5Molina Healthcare beginswhere Medicare ends.Looking for great health benefits that saveyou money? We’ve got you covered.Since 1980, Molina Healthcare has helped people like youget quality care. And we build our Medicare plans around you,with benefits that keep you feeling your best.Meet Patricia Braggs, your dedicated MolinaRepresentative. She’s here to help: • Review your eligibility • Find the best plan for you • Find out if your doctor is in network • Explain coverage and benefits • Help you enroll over the phoneMolina Medicare plans in Michigan include: Dental care Free produce and other food A generous allowance for over-the-counter items Vision coverageGot questions?Want help enrolling? Contact Patricia today at(586) 256-3381, TTY: 711 can get this document for free in non-English language(s) or other formats, such as large print, braille, or audio. Call (800) 665-3072 (TTY: 711). The call is free. Molina Healthcare complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sex, age, mental or physical disability, health status, receipt of healthcare, claims experience, medical history, genetic information, evidence of insurability, geographic location. ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al (800) 665-3086 (TTY: 711). Product offered by Molina Healthcare of Michigan, Inc. H5926_22_602_MISnrGuideAdHearing coverageTransportationFitness benefit, and more!MedicareStay safe and healthy. Lean on Molina.

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6 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022YOUR LIST • To Do • To Learn • To Go • To Eat Detroit Spring Home & Garden Show - March 19 & 20 For the first time since 2003 – and after the COVID-19 pandemic thwarted its 2020 planned return – the City of Detroit will host a major home and garden show March 19-20, 2022. The Detroit Spring Home & Garden Show will cover 200,000 square feet of exhibit space inside Huntington Place (formerly Cobo Center and the TCF Center) in Downtown Detroit, featuring a guest appearance by HGTV star Nicole Curtis of “Rehab Addict.” For tickets and details go to A Historical Biography of Jackie Robinson True: The Four Seasons of Jackie Robinson by Kostya Kennedy is an unconventional biography, focusing on four transformative years in Robinson's athletic and public life: 1946, his first year playing in the essentially all-white minor leagues for the Montreal Royals; 1949, when he won the Most Valuable Player Award in his third season as a Brooklyn Dodger; 1956, his final season in major league baseball, when he played valiantly despite his increasing health struggles; and 1972, the year of his untimely death. Through it all, Robinson remained true to the effort and the mission, true to his convictions and contradictions. Available for purchase April 12th, 2022. Take a Trip to Remember Few places can match the beauty of Holland in the spring when millions of tulips burst forth with amazing color in local parks, fill attractions, and line the streets. Be sure to check out Holland’s Tulip Time celebration May 7th - 15th. For details go to’s Officially Pine Knob Again! Just in time for it’s 50th anniversary DTE Energy Music Theatre has officially returned to its original name Pine Knob Music Theatre! That’s right, this June it will be fifty years since the outdoor amphitheater opened with a matinee performance by teen idol David Cassidy. This summer you’ll be able to enjoy many great artists, including; Robert Plant and Alison Krauss June 6, Steely Dan with Steve Winwood June 18, Doobie Brothers July 4, Santana with Earth, Wind & Fire July 5, Chicago with Brian Wilson July 26, and Rod Stewart July 27. For a complete lists of performances go to DETROIT SPRINGHOME & GARDENSH WMARCH 19-20, 2022 • HUNTINGTON PLACE • DETROIT

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 7• To Read • To Watch • To Explore • To Enjoy • To ShareEnjoy a Meal Made with Fresh, Local Ingredients Sylvan Table offers new American cuisine inspired by a love of local, fresh, sometimes unique ingredients carefully chosen and simply prepared highlighting the seasons. You’ll enjoy sitting under the rafters of a 300-year-old barn or in the cozy stone walled solarium surrounded by eclectic lighting and charm. The open, scratch kitchen boasts an eight-foot wood fired grill and a wood fired pizza oven. Sylvan Table is located at 1819 Inverness Street in Sylvan Lake, MI 48320. For reservations visit Connect With Pros Senior Expos are a great way to connect with dozens of local organizations dedicated to helping seniors and their families in metro Detroit. You can meet with experts regarding Medicare Coverage, Assisted Living, Mobility Solutions, Independent Living, Veterans Benefits, Audiology, Senior Travel, Health Insurance, Home Care, Medical Equipment, Hospice Care, Financial Planning, Legal Assistance, Aging In Place Home Improvements, Eye Care, Physical Therapy and much more. You can also get free health screenings and enjoy complimentary refreshments. To find a senior expo near you, visit: Michigan Senior Olympics Kick Off This Summer Michigan Senior Olympics offers the 50 plus population competitive sports and a network of people with the same ideals and lifestyle. MSO is dispelling the myth of aging, as well as serving as the impetus for this age group to maintain a healthy body, mind and spirit. The 2022 Summer Games are scheduled to kick off August 12th. To participate go to New Film About Life and Music of Elvis Elvis arrives in theaters June 24th. The film stars Austin Butler (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) as Presley, alongside Tom Hanks as his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. The film is said to explore the life and music of Presley through the prism of his complicated relationship with Parker. The story will delve into their complex dynamic over a span of 20 years, stretching from Presley's rise to fame to his superstardom, all set against the backdrop of the evolving American cultural landscape.

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8 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing OptionsIL - Independent Living Independent living is simply any housing arrangement designed exclusively for older adults, generally those aged 55 and over. Housing varies widely, from apartment-style living to single-family detached homes. In general, the housing is friendlier to aging adults, often being more compact, with easier navigation and no maintenance or yard work to worry about. AL - Assisted Living Assisted living is a residential option for older adults who need help with some of the activities of daily living—things like cooking meals, getting to the bathroom in the middle of the night, keeping house, and traveling to appointments. An assisted living facility may be a good choice if you need more personal care services than you can get at home or in an independent living or retirement community. MC - Memory Care Memory care is a form of senior living that provides intensive, specialized care for people with memory issues. Many assisted living facilities and nursing homes have created special memory care units for dementia patients. There are also stand-alone memory care facilities. RC - Respite Care Respite care provides temporary relief for a primary caregiver, enabling you to take a much-needed break from the demands of caregiving. Some senior residential communities offer short-term overnight services. HC - Hospice Care Hospice (and palliative) care offers a dignified and comfortable alternative to spending your final months in the impersonal environment of a hospital, far from family, friends, pets, and all that you know and love. Palliative medicine helps you manage pain while hospice provides special care to improve the quality of life for both you as the patient and your family. We hope you find the 2022 Spring edition of our Senior Housing Guide for Oakland, Macomb and Wayne Counties helpful. The facilities are grouped by county, sorted alphabetically by city and then, by name. Each provides a variety of services and offers a range of amenities. We encourage you to contact them directly to learn more. For your convenience, we have provided a key indicating the type of care available at each facility:

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 9Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing Options — Macomb CountyFacility Address City Phone Website IL AL MC RC HC Advantage Living Center Armada 22600 W Main Street Armada (586) 784-5322 X X X Dunn Family Co-op Apartments 8400 Engleman Street Center Line (586) 756-3322 X Father Murray Nursing Center 8444 Engleman Center Line (586) 755-2400 X X Grace Premier Assisted Living 29891 23 Mile Road Chesterfield (586) 924-0455 X X The Village of East Harbor Senior Living 33875 Kiely Drive Chesterfield (586) 725-6030 X X X X ★Baldwin House Lakeside 15731 19 Mile Road Clinton Twp. (586) 473-5002 X X X X Church of Christ Assisted Living 23561 15 Mile Road Clinton Twp. (586) 285-7143 X X X X Clinton Creek 40500 Garfield Road Clinton Twp. (586) 354-2700 X X Clinton-aire Healthcare Center 17001 17 Mile Road Clinton Twp. (586) 286-7100 X X Hampton Manor of Clinton 18401 15 Mile Road Clinton Twp. (586) 785-0005 X X Lockwood of Clinton 24500 Metro Parkway Clinton Twp. (586) 790-1100 X X Oakmont Parkway 36725 Utica Road Clinton Twp. (586) 217-3879 X X Our Place Senior Assisted Living 22410 Glenwood Street Clinton Twp. (586) 473-6547 X Partridge Creek Senior Village 17200 Dove Street Clinton Twp. (586) 329-2114 X X Pine Ridge of Garfield 36333 Garfield Road Clinton Twp. (586) 723-0000 X Rose Senior Living 44003 Partridge Creek Blvd. Clinton Twp. (586) 840-0840 X X X Sanctuary at Clinton Villa 17825 15 Mile Road Clinton Twp. (586) 792-0358 X The Parkdale Senior Living 15 N. Gratiot Avenue Clinton Twp. (586) 273-2600 X X Villa Bella of Clinton Township 15894 19 Mile Road Clinton Twp. (586) 412-8910 X X Fraser Villa 33300 Utica Road Fraser (586) 294-3152 X X Oakleigh of Macomb Senior Living 49880 Hayes Road Macomb (586) 997-8090 X X Walnut Creek Living 49228 Walnut Creek Drive Macomb (586) 846-3138 X X Walnut Creek Life 47848 Beacon Square Drive Macomb (586) 846-3138 X X X Westwood Inn 9759 23 Mile Road Macomb (586) 267-9500 X X X Meadows Assisted Living & Care Campus 71 North Avenue Mt Clemens (586) 461-2882 X X Prestige Commons 33503 23 Mile Road New Baltimore (586) 725-9300 X X Serenity Village Assisted Living, Llc 47640 Gratiot Avenue New Baltimore (586) 949-6220 X X X StoryPoint Chesterfield 51760 Gratiot Avenue New Baltimore (586) 598-8000 X X Leisure Manor 68453 Stoecker Lane Richmond (586) 727-0700 X Medilodge of Richmond 34901 Division Road Richmond (586) 727-7562 X X Angelica's Place 328 E. Lafayette Romeo (586) 336-9440 X X Orchard Grove Health Campus 71150 Orchard Crossing Ln Romeo (586) 894-8810 X Woodwards Assisted Living 309 S Bailey Street Romeo (586) 372-7164 X American House East I 17255 Common Road Roseville (586) 298-3121 X X X X IL = INDEPENDENT LIVING AL = ASSISTED LIVING MC = MEMORY CARE RC = RESPITE CARE HC = HOSPICE CARE ★ = SEE AD FOR DETAILS

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10 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing Options — Macomb CountyIL = INDEPENDENT LIVING AL = ASSISTED LIVING MC = MEMORY CARE RC = RESPITE CARE HC = HOSPICE CARE ★ = SEE AD FOR DETAILS Facility Address City Phone Website IL AL MC RC HC ★American House East II 18760 13 Mile Road Roseville (586) 298-3114 X X X Beechwood Manor Inc. 24600 Greater Mack Avenue St. Clair Shores (586) 773-5950 X X Bickford of Shelby Township 48251 Schoenherr Road Shelby Twp. (586) 685-5800 X X Hampton Manor of Shelby 51831 Van Dyke Avenue Shelby Twp. (586) 333-4940 X Pine Ridge Villas of Shelby 4200 W. Utica Road Shelby Twp. (586) 739-5520 X Shelby Crossing Health Campus 13794 21 Mile Road Shelby Twp. (586) 251-0058 X X X Shelby Manor Senior Living 14184 22 Mile Road Shelby Twp. (586) 405-9623 X X X Sunrise of Shelby Township 46471 Hayes Road Shelby Twp. (586) 532-9559 X X X Cranberry Park at ShorePointe 26101 Jefferson Avenue St Clair (586) 498-4500 X X X Rivers Edge Assisted Living South 1427 Oakland Avenue St Clair (810) 650-5902 X X ★American House Sterling Heights 11255 15 Mile Road Sterling Heights (586) 722-1206 X X X ★American House Sterling Meadows 36430 Van Dyke Avenue Sterling Heights (586) 480-1403 X X X ★American House Sterling Woods 36430 Van Dyke Avenue Sterling Heights (586) 480-1403 X X X Arden Courts of Sterling Heights 11095 E 14 Mile Road Sterling Heights (586) 795-0998 X X My Doctor’s Inn 8384 Metro Parkway Sterling Heights (586) 250-5575 X X Oakmont Manor Senior Community 41255 Pond View Drive Sterling Heights (586) 991-3117 X X Oakmont Sterling Senior Community 41155 Pond View Drive Sterling Heights (586) 217-3908 X X Pine Ridge of Hayes Senior Living 43707 Hayes Road Sterling Heights (586) 247-0901 X X Pine Ridge Plumbrook 8350 Plumbrook Road Sterling Heights (586) 274-2500 X Pomeroy Living Rehabilitation Center 34643 Ketsin Drive Sterling Heights (586) 978-2280 X Pomeroy Living Sterling 2200 15 Mile Road Sterling Heights (586) 554-7200 X X Shorehaven 14560 Lakeside Circle Sterling Heights (586) 247-3220 X X Sterling Heights Comfort Care 44256 Mound Road Sterling Heights (586) 250-1110 X X Town Village Sterling Heights 4500 Dobry Drive Sterling Heights (586) 803-0900 X X X Waltonwood Lakeside 14750 Lakeside Circle Sterling Heights (586)-580-1057 X X X Brookdale Utica 45969 Northpointe Blvd. Utica (586) 997-0955 X X Northpoint Village of Utica 45201 Northpointe Blvd. Utica (586) 739-9545 X X Advantage Living Center Warren 12250 Twelve Mile Road Warren (586) 751-6200 X X X X Arbor Inn 14030 E 14 Mile Road Warren (586) 296-3260 X X Autumn Woods Residential Hlth 29800 Hoover Road Warren (586) 574-3444 X X X X Park Place 29250 Heritage Parkway Warren (586) 298-3115 X X Tivoli Manor Co-op Apartments 28103 Imperial Drive Warren (800) 593-3052 X Windemere Park Warren 31800 Van Dyke Warren (586) 722-2600 X X X X X Vista Springs Washington Place 11900 Shire Blvd. Washington (586) 331-9400 X X

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 11Come to our Senior Expos in Macomb CountyWe Connect Thousands of Seniors With Hundreds of Helpful Companies Every Year, Including: Assisted Living • Audiology • Veteran’s Benefits • Mobility Solutions • Home Care Senior Travel • Financial Planning • Independent Living • Memory Care Hospice • Insurance • Medical Equipment • Medicare • Physical Therapy • & More!Register to Attend at www.SeniorExpoUSA.comFREE ADMISSION • FREE HEALTH SCREENINGSFREE REFRESHMENTS • PRIZES EVERY HOUR • GIVEAWAYS • GREAT INFORMATION Interested in being an Exhibitor or Sponsor? Visit www.SeniorExpoUSA.comSterling Heights / WarrenWednesday, April 13th • 9am-12pmCentury Banquet Center Shelby / Utica / MacombMonday, September 26th • 10am-1pmPalazzo Grande*dates, times and locations are subject to change.

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12 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Are You Missing This CRITICAL Piece of Your Retirement Planning?844.885.4200www.MichiganEstatePlanning.comChristopher J. Berry, CELA, CFPAccidents, injury, and illness happen without warning, and dementia can sneak up on you. Yet, most baby-boomers and seniors do not have the right legal plans in place to protect their assets, wishes, and personal control if short or long-term incapacity occurs.• The key documents you must have in place to ensure your family can make decisions and immediately access medical records and bank accounts.• What long-term care will really cost and how to make sure your children are never left scrambling to sell off assets or foot the bill for your care.• How to handpick the people you trust to oversee your finances, manage your assets, and handle personal affairs in an emergency.• Strategies to keep the government out of your affairs.• Safeguards you can put around your children’s inheritance to ensure it’s never lost as a result of a divorce, creditors, or reckless spending.Call to schedule your planning session today to make sure your family, assets, and wishes stay protected no matter what!DON'T LEAVE THE INDEPENDENCE AND HAPPINESS OF YOUR GOLDEN YEARS TO CHANCEInstead, schedule a planning session with Estate Planning Attorney and Certified Financial Planner (CELA and CFP) Christopher J. Berry, where you will discover:Watch our Educational Webinars from the comfort of your own home on Youtube: Castle Wealth Legal OR join us every Wednesday at 1:00pm for your free hour in an informal, live setting answering your questions on Financial, Estate & Tax Planning. Register at

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 | www.parisirealty.com2022 AnotherStrong Year210 W University, Suite 4Rochester, MI 48307• New Construction/Luxury Custom Homes• 1st Time Home Buyers• FREE Home Warranty• Complimentary Staging• Moving Services• Relocation Services• Pre Sellers Home Inspection with Your Listing 2021 Top Selling Producer!Serving Metro Detroit AreaFor OVER 25 YearsYour Local SeniorReal Estate Advisor! SRES®Don’t Just List Your Home With Anyone... List With Someone Who KnowsYour Neighborhood.Experience • Knowledge • IntegrityHome Transitioning With An ExpertNow is the time to consider a move!Cheryl ParisiRealtor® ABR®, SFR, SRES®Call Me Today to Discuss Your Current or FutureReal Estate Needs!by Justin Cooper Whether you’re doing it for financial or practical reasons, moving into a smaller living space can be an exhausting chapter in a senior’s life, both physically and emotionally. If you’re downsizing soon, these tips should help smooth the process out. Before anything can be moved to your new place, it has to be packed up, and more likely than not, it isn’t all coming with you. Choosing what to ditch and what to keep can be time-consuming and emotionally taxing. That’s why you should start early and small. Set some time aside one day to tackle a drawer or cabinet, then do more each day until you’re packing away the living room. Starting early will save you from the urge to do it quickly later. If you procrastinate too long, the stress will make downsizing into more of a sore spot than it has to be. On the other hand, if you start earlier, there’s more time to go down memory lane, make careful decisions, thoroughly plan for the move, and get others involved in the process. As you’re sifting through your possessions, deciding what to keep and what not to keep, make things a little easier on yourself by not thinking to hard about anything that isn’t in good condition. If something’s cracked, chipped or torn, throw it away. Take this opportunity to start fresh in a new home with things that are ready to be used. Also take this opportunity to thin out the weak links. Anything you’re holding onto because you feel like you have to, or anything you’re keeping just because -- take a picture of it if you must, but there’s never been a better time than now to part ways with this stuff. When you’re offloading your possessions, consider new options that may have come around since the last time you moved, like Facebook Marketplace. Facebook Marketplace makes it pretty easy to find a new home for your odds and ends, but you shouldn’t expect to make a killing selling there. It can be time-consuming, and buyers often aren’t looking to spend very much. Throw away any paperwork that you can access online. Don’t keep any tax records older than three years. Set aside some time to set your account settings to paperless, so that paperwork won’t pile up at your new place, too. Be sure to notify any insurance companies, banks, accountants or lawyers that need to know about your move. After you’re all packed up, give the house a once-over or two, looking for easy ways its value can be increased. Is there any peeling paint? Are the walls scuffed? Do the sinks leak? Some of these things will be worth addressing. Lastly, your downsizing transition is likely going to be one of the most significant pivot points of your life. It isn’t going to be easy. You should talk through your emotions with any loved ones you have involved. Take the time to process your feelings. It can only make your transition to a new home more fulfilling. Things to Know About Downsizing

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14 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022by Justin Cooper As the world starts to wake up from the chill of winter, you shouldn’t miss this chance to do the things you couldn’t while you were inside keeping warm. But as we get older, what we do outside can start to look different. Moving around gets tougher. We don’t have as much energy as we used to have. As the years go by, options for outdoor activities can sometimes dwindle. But let’s say you want to take advantage of the sunshine and warmer weather in your golden years — what do you do? Here are a few options. 1. Go back to your roots Games and activities you enjoyed in your childhood could bring you similar joy now, as long as your body is able and you’re younger at heart. Try throwing a frisbee, flying a kite, drawing with chalk, looking at insects — you may find you still enjoy these things more than you expected. This could also be a good opportunity to get the grandchildren involved. You’ll be able to spend some quality time with them, and they’ll enjoy having you share the activity with them. Take the chance to show them that fun and games don’t have to come to an end when childhood does. 2. Gardening Take advantage of spring’s characteristic blooming flowers and start a garden. One option is to start an indoor garden. It’ll brighten up your living space and give you something to take care of. Depending on what you plant, you’ll be able to enjoy some seasonal cooking, as well. Of course, you could always garden outside if you’ve got the space. If you don’t have the space and still want to hone your green thumb in the sunshine, try finding a nearby community garden. That way, maybe you’ll even make some friends along the way. 3. Visit farmers’ markets You can accomplish several things at once with this one. While stocking up on fresh produce and local ingredients and crafts, you can get outside, visit your neighbors, and support your community. There’s often all kinds of interesting treasures at the farmers’ market. You may run into something you’ve never seen before or a food you’ve never tasted, so if you’re lucky, this could be a chance to see something new. 4. Visit the birds Flowers aren’t the only thing that come back in the spring — the birds start chirping again, too. If you’ve never paid much attention to birds before, now’s your chance. Try setting up a bird feeder outside your house — that way, you might be able to get a closer look at the avians than you would outside, all while staying in the comfort of your own home. Or you could go to the park, drop some bird seed on the ground and wait. Get a pair of binoculars and scan the trees when you hear them chirping. Buy a book or go online to familiarize yourself with the birds in your area, and see how many you can find. Get Out and Enjoy the Spring

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 15Made in Michigan. For Michigan.™HAP is here to help you get a Medicare Advantage plan specifically made with your best interests at heart. We give you access to thousands of leading doctors and hospitals throughout the state with benefits and features that help you live life to the fullest. But don’t take our word for it…“I brag to my friends how good my HAP insurance is. HAP’s customer service – everybody in the of昀ce – has always been great to me. Customer service is excellent; I’ve never had any issues. They are really good about listening to you. Even if I need to call the HAP Helpline – the people are so nice.” -Mary Ann S., HAP Customer○ Our HMO and PPO plans earned 4.5 out of 5 stars from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).* That ranks us in the top 10% of Medicare plans nationwide!*. To learn more about HAP Medicare Solutions, call (800) 868-3153 (TTY: 711) or, visit us at*For more information on Star Ratings, visit Star ratings are assessed each year and may change from one year to the next. Health Alliance Plan (HAP) has HMO, HMO-POS, PPO plans with Medicare contracts. Enrollment depends on contract renewal.Y0076_2022 MI Senior Guide Print_MYour neighborhood health plan

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16 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Independent Senior Living 28413 Abbey Lane - New Hudson, MILocated just outside South Lyon - across from Coyote Golf CourseLive here for the best of your life!at Mill 248-437-6550What to do in Your Retirement After you retire, your first impulse may be to kick back and relax. After a long career, you’ve earned it. But after a while, it’s important to have something to make progress on, improve at or look forward to. Otherwise, you may start to feel restless, aimless and bored in your retirement instead of free and at ease. Here are some ideas for ways you can spend your retirement that will be fulfilling and enriching. 1. Get on the road Depending on how you spent your pre-retirement years, you may not have been able to get out of your home state very often. Now is the classic time to get out of town and see what you were missing. Some may have the urge to travel the world, but there’s plenty to see and do here in the United States. Not only will the travel be cheaper, but you’ll be able to take home a better sense of the country you actually live in, not a country you’ll only be in for a little while. If you’re 62 or older, you can purchase a lifetime senior pass to over 2,000 recreation sites managed by the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and four other agencies. An annual senior pass can be purchased for $20.

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 172. Get crafty Try joining some sort of crafting group. Knitting, crocheting, model building, woodworking, painting, learning an instrument or any number of other activities can prove to have multiple benefits. For one, you’ll likely be able to find a group that’s doing it, so you’ll be able to stay connected and socialized, making friends along the way. Many such crafts will also keep your fine motor abilities honed and give your brain a little something to chew on. Most of these activities will also leave you with either a finished product at the end that can be used or gifted, or a skill that you can share with others.3. Get healthy When you’re in the rat race, it’s easy to neglect your own body. But with the distraction of a job out of the way, it’s time to treat yourself better. Simple exercises like walks, lifting light weights and stretches are better than nothing. Try standing up from a seated position without using your hands. For balance, try putting the heel of one foot at the toes of the other, hold that position for a while and switch feet. Do things with friends wherever you can. Get daily walking buddies, or go to a group yoga session. With that camaraderie, you’ll be much more likely to make anything you do into a habit. Also take some measures to improve your diet. Fortify your bones with vitamin D and calcium; stave off diabetes with fiber; and lower your blood pressure by ditching salt for other seasonings. Eat your vegetables, or try making a smoothie with them. 4. Volunteer There’s always somebody out there who could use your help. Volunteering can be a good way to make the world a better place while putting yourself through new experiences and meeting other like-minded people. You could volunteer at something like a soup kitchen, feeding the homeless and poor. Contact churches in your area to see what kind of services you can offer to help with. If you have more of an outdoorsy bent or you’re concerned for your environment, environmental groups can often be found doing things like picking up litter and culling invasive plants from parks. Retirement Activities and Hobbies to Keep You Busy and Having Fun

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18 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022IL = INDEPENDENT LIVING AL = ASSISTED LIVING MC = MEMORY CARE RC = RESPITE CARE HC = HOSPICE CARE ★ = SEE AD FOR DETAILS Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing Options — Oakland CountyFacility Address City Phone Website IL AL MC RC HC First & Main of Auburn Hills 3151 E Walton Blvd Auburn Hills (248) 282-6026 X X Randall Residence of Auburn Hills 3033 N Squirrel Road Auburn Hills (248) 481-5927 X X All Seasons Birmingham 111 S Elm Street Birmingham (248) 237-3856 X ★Baldwin House Birmingham 200 Chester Street Birmingham (248) 397-0461 X X X X The Sheridan at Birmingham 2400 E Lincoln Street Birmingham (901) 623-8167 X X Briarbank-St Elizabeth 39315 Woodward Avenue Bloomfield Hills (248) 644-1011 X Cedarbrook of Bloomfield Hills 41150 Woodward Avenue Bloomfield Hills (248) 658-8795 X X X X First & Main of Bloomfield Township 100 W Square Lake Road Bloomfield Hills (248) 282-6031 X X Haven Lee Homes 760 Wattles Road Bloomfield Hills (248) 885-5885 X Samaritas Senior Living of Bloomfield Hills 6257 Telegraph Road Bloomfield Hills (248) 723-6275 X Sunrise of Bloomfield Hills 6790 Telegraph Road Bloomfield Hills (248) 858-7200 X X Commerce Comfort Care 100 Decker Road Commerce (248) 896-1400 X First & Main of Commerce Township 2500 Martin Pkwy Commerce (947) 465-4393 X X Rolling Hills Retirement Community 3300 Crumb Road Commerce (248) 716-0844 X Aleardi's Lilac Inn 28326 Shady Lanen Drive Farmington Hills (734) 788-3000 X ★American House Farmington Hills 24400 Middlebelt Road Farmington Hills (248) 260-2142 X X X X Brookdale Farmington Hills 36550 Grand River Avenue Farmington Hills (248) 476-7478 X Brookdale Farmington Hills North 27950 Drake Road Farmington Hills (248) 489-9362 X Courtyard Manor of Farmington 29750 Farmington Road Farmington Hills (248) 539-0104 X X Detroit Baptist Manor Gamma 30245 W 13 Mile Road Farmington Hills (248) 626-6991 X Farmington Hills Inn Assisted Living 30350 Twelve Mile Road Farmington Hills (248) 851-9640 X X Grand Oak Senior Living 28207 Grand Duke Drive Farmington Hills (248) 571-8077 X X Halsted Place Apartments 29451 Halsted Road Farmington Hills (248) 489-8988 X Marian Oakland 29250 W 10 Mile Road Farmington Hills (248) 474-7204 X Orchard View Care Home 26450 Orchard Lake Road Farmington Hills (248) 631-6156 X Sunrise at North Farmington Hills 29681 Middlebelt Road Farmington Hills (248) 538-9200 X X The Baptist Manor 30301 W 13 Mile Road Farmington Hills (248) 626-6100 X Vicky's Place 31401 W Stonewood Court Farmington Hills (734) 922-3803 X X X Ferndale Park Co-op 20800 Wyoming Avenue Ferndale (248) 542-0881 X The James Ferndale 22111 Woodward Avenue Ferndale (248) 301-9899 X ★Baldwin House Hazel Park 777 E Woodward Heights Blvd Hazel Park (248) 397-0469 X X X X Orion Assisted Living 1814 S Lapeer Road Lake Orion (248) 814-6714 X Orion Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care 3451 Clarkston Road Lake Orion (855) 662-5622 X X Pomeroy Living Orion Independent Cottages 101 E Scripps Road Lake Orion (248) 621-3100 X X X Cambridge East Healthcare Center 31155 Dequindre Road Madison Heights (248) 585-7010 X X Madison Heights Co-op 500 E. Irving Street Madison Heights (248) 585-3185 X

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 19Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing Options — Oakland CountyIL = INDEPENDENT LIVING AL = ASSISTED LIVING MC = MEMORY CARE RC = RESPITE CARE HC = HOSPICE CARE ★ = SEE AD FOR DETAILS Facility Address City Phone Website IL AL MC RC HC New Horizons Co-op 31101 Edward Ave Madison Heights (248) 585-1792 X ★Abbey Park at Mill River 28413 Abbey Lane New Hudson (248) 437-6550 X Anthology of Novi 42400 W 12 Mile Road Novi (248) 378-1365 X X X Brookdale Novi 45182 W Park Drive Novi (248) 669-5330 X Fox Run Senior Living Community 41000 W 13 Mile Road Novi (248) 926-5200 X Meadowbrook Commons 25075 Meadowbrook Road Novi (248) 648-3190 X Rose Senior Living Providence Park 47400 Heritage Drive Novi (248) 513-8900 X X X Suncrest Senior Living 25390 Wixom Road Novi (248) 207-5378 X The Manor of Novi 24500 Meadowbrook Road Novi (248) 477-2000 X Waltonwood Twelve Oaks 27475 Huron Circle Novi (248) 468-1794 X X X ★Blossom Ridge 3095 Blossom Ridge Blvd Oakland Twp (248) 759-8500 X X ★Blossom Springs 3215 Silverbell Road Oakland Twp (248) 601-0505 X X X Oakland View Senior Living 90 W Predmore Road Oakland Twp (586) 212-7126 X X X Pomeroy Living – Orion 101 E Scripps Road Orion (248) 621-3100 X X X ★Baldwin House Oakland 1915 Baldwin Avenue Pontiac (248) 397-0470 X X X X McDonald Senior Apartments 370 Baldwin Avenue Pontiac (248)292-2095 X X Pontiac Village Estates Co-op 1200 Colony Lane Pontiac 248-276-8939 X Presbyterian Village North 420 S Opdyke Road Pontiac (248) 334-4379 X ★American House Freedom Place 3565 S Adams Road Rochester (248) 260-2655 X Barrett Regency 5101 Rochester Road Rochester (248) 494-6719 X Cedarbrook of Rochester 790 Letica Drive Rochester (248) 622-2122 X X X Sunrise of Rochester 500 E University Drive Rochester (248) 601-9000 X X Waltonwood Main 1401 N Rochester Road Rochester (248) 923-4780 X X X All Seasons Rochester Hills 175 E Nawakwa Road Rochester Hills (248) 710-0536 X Ambrosia Villa Rochester Hills 597 Dakota Court Rochester Hills (248)-207-6511 X ★American House Elmwood 2251 W Auburn Road Rochester Hills (248) 260-9788 X X X X ★American House Stone 3741 S Adams Road Rochester Hills (248) 260-9789 X X X X Anthology of Rochester Hills 1775 S Rochester Road Rochester Hills (248) 923-5976 X X Atina Senior Living, Inc. 1527 John R Road Rochester Hills (248) 266-6315 X Avon on the Lake 2889 Sandpiper Street Rochester Hills (248) 852-3444 X Bellbrook 873 W Avon Road Rochester Hills (248) 656-6300 X X X X Heritage Hills Assisted Living Care 2166 Kennedy Drive Rochester Hills (206) 432-1898 X X X X MediLodge of Rochester Hills 1480 Walton Blvd Rochester Hills (248) 651-4422 X MediLodge-Rochester Hills 1974 Rochester Industrial Dr Rochester Hills (248) 609-0138 X Pomeroy Living Rochester 3434 W South Blvd Rochester Hills (248) 829-1030 X X X X Stratford Place 910 W South Blvd Rochester Hills (248) 270-4040 X X X

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20 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing Options — Oakland CountyIL = INDEPENDENT LIVING AL = ASSISTED LIVING MC = MEMORY CARE RC = RESPITE CARE HC = HOSPICE CARE ★ = SEE AD FOR DETAILS Facility Address City Phone Website IL AL MC RC HC Waltonwood University 3250 Walton Blvd Rochester Hills (248) 710-8957 X X X Barton Towers 333 N. Troy Street Royal Oak (248) 546-6292 X Chester Street Residence 1725 Chester Road Royal Oak (248) 439-6800 X X ★Royal Oak House 1900 N Washington Avenue Royal Oak (248) 585-2550 X X Royal Oak Manor Co-op 606 S. Williams Street Royal Oak (248) 541-4197 X Waltonwood Royal Oak 3450 W 13 Mile Road Royal Oak (586) 353-8536 X X Brookdale Southfield 25800 W Eleven Mile Road Southfield (248) 727-2000 X X Franklin Terrace Senior Living 26962 Franklin Road Southfield (248) 358-0212 X X X Imperial Senior Suites 27600 Franklin Road Southfield (888) 524-6658 X Park At Franklin 28301 Franklin Road Southfield (248) 353-2810 X X X Park House Southfield Senior Living II 27577 Lahser Road Southfield (248) 230-2512 X St Anne's Mead 16106 W 12 Mile Road Southfield (248) 557-1221 X X Sterling Place 22800 Civic Center Drive Southfield (248) 206-3144 X ★American House Troy 2300 Grand Haven Drive Troy (248) 436-4621 X X X X Anthology of Troy 3400 Livernois Road Troy (586) 434-0333 X X Belmar Oakland 5990 N Adams Road Troy (248) 602-2400 X X X Brookdale Troy 4850 Northfield Pkwy Troy (248) 952-5533 X Comfort Home of Bloomfield 6372 Tutbury Lane Troy (248) 910-9487 X X X Prime Residential Care 496 E Lovell Drive Troy (586) 554-7867 X Stratford House 2026 Stratford Drive Troy (586) 909-7600 X X Sunrise of Troy 6870 Crooks Road Troy (248) 293-1200 X X X Canterbury-on-the-Lake 5601 Hatchery Road Waterford Twp. (248) 243-4562 X X X Caremore of Waterford 4353 W Walton Blvd Waterford Twp. (248) 674-2658 X Lourdes Senior Community 2300 Watkins Lake Road Waterford Twp. (248) 673-1720 X Mendelson Assisted Living Home 2450 Watkins Lake Road Waterford Twp. (248) 618-6362 X The Inn at Cass Lake 900 N Cass Lake Road Waterford Twp. (248) 780-7724 X Waterford Oaks Senior Care East 3385 Pontiac Lake Road Waterford Twp. (248) 390-6602 X Waterford Oaks Senior Care West 3387 Pontiac Lake Road Waterford Twp. (248) 682-6788 X ★All Seasons West Bloomfield 5600 Drake Road West Bloomfield (248) 413-8984 X ★American House West Bloomfield 5859 W Maple Road West Bloomfield (248) 436-4085 X X X X Ideal Senior Living 2405 Lochaven Road West Bloomfield (248) 242-6881 X X X X Independence Village White Lake 935 Union Lake Road West Bloomfield (248) 360-7235 X X Provision Living at West Bloomfield 5475 W Maple Road West Bloomfield (248) 781-2380 X X X SKLD West Bloomfield 6950 Farmington Road West Bloomfield (248) 661-1700 X Sunrise of West Bloomfield 7005 Pontiac Trail West Bloomfield (248) 738-8101 X X X X

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 21Come to our Senior Expos in Oakland CountyWe Connect Thousands of Seniors With Hundreds of Helpful Companies Every Year, Including: Assisted Living • Audiology • Veteran’s Benefits • Mobility Solutions • Home Care Senior Travel • Financial Planning • Independent Living • Memory Care Hospice • Insurance • Medical Equipment • Medicare • Physical Therapy • & More!Register to Attend at www.SeniorExpoUSA.comFREE ADMISSION • FREE HEALTH SCREENINGSFREE REFRESHMENTS • PRIZES EVERY HOUR • GIVEAWAYS • GREAT INFORMATION Interested in being an Exhibitor or Sponsor? Visit www.SeniorExpoUSA.comAuburn Hills / ClarkstonTuesday, March 8th • 10am-1pmGreat Lakes Crossing Outlets Troy / Birmingham / BloomfieldWednesday, October 26th • 10am-1pmTroy Community Center *dates, times and locations are subject to change.

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22 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Support to be a more Confident CaregiverIf you’re caring for a loved If you’re caring for a loved one with a serious illness and one with a serious illness and want to keep them at home, want to keep them at home, Hospice of Michigan can help. Hospice of Michigan can help. Hospice of Michigan’s expert Hospice of Michigan’s expert team provides guidance, team provides guidance, training and emotional training and emotional support to help you be a support to help you be a more skilled and con昀dent more skilled and con昀dent caregiver at home.caregiver at home.Proving compassionate careProving compassionate careand support since 1978and support since 1978• Able to care for residents with Hoyer needs• Daily social, cultural, and recreational activities • Compassionate Hospice Care• Short rehab stays availableFor more information and to schedule a tour, call us today 248-585-2550 1900 N. Washington Ave., Royal Oak, MI 48073 (North of 12 mile/West of Main St.)• Private Studio Apartments• Licensed Nurse on site for personalized resident care • Beaumont Physician Available 24/7• Great caregiver to resident ratiosWe deliver on the promises that we make!Restaurant Discounts Meeting up for lunch or dinner with friends or family members is easier on the wallet when you have senior status. So, get your appetite ready for savings with these great deals. Big Boy Discount: Varies by location Qualifications: Ages 60-plus Locations: Various locations in metro Detroit Some Big Boy locations offer a discount, though there is not a company-wide policy. Check ahead at your local eatery to find out. Bonefish Grill Discount: 10 percent off Qualifications: AARP members Locations: Novi, Troy This causal-dining seafood spot’s discount is available for lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch. Must have a valid AARP card. Carrabba’s Italian Grill Discount: 10 percent off Qualifications: AARP members Locations: Canton, Clinton Township, Novi, Southgate, Troy Be sure to show a valid AARP membership card to receive this discount. Einstein’s Bros. Bagels Discount: 10 percent off Qualifications: Ages 60-plus Locations: Various locations in metro Detroit Join the Shmear Society to receive more discounts and deals. KFC Discount: Free small drink with any meal Qualifications: Ages 55-plus Locations: Various locations in metro Detroit Some KFC locations deliver through Grubhub, too. Check ahead and see if yours does to enjoy its signature fried chicken delivered to your door. Retail Discounts If you love to shop, these are the deals for you. Put some comfy shoes on and head out for savings. Joann Fabric and Crafts Stores Discount: 20 percent off Qualifications: Ages 55-plus Locations: Various locations in metro Detroit Keep your eyes peeled for the next Senior Discount Day at this popular crafting supply store. Senior Deals & SavingsKnow of some great senior discounts in Michigan we missed? Let us know by sending an email to and we’ll add them to the list.Michigan seniors have a lot of opportunities to save money on eating out, retail purchases, travel, and more. And, while many of these discounts are only available to those who are 60 or 65 years of age or older, some apply to individuals aged 55 and up.

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 23 !"#"$$%&$'( !$'(!!)$ !""#$ %%%&'&()*'*+,• Robotic Joint Replacement• Shoulder & Knee Arthroscopy• General Orthopedics• Fracture Care• Hip Replacement• Knee Replacement• Partial Knee Replacement• Minimally Invasive Treatment Options-../012.3.*  #+! $,-)!!!)$Mako Smart RoboticsTM Technology4.3,53678..3,1947:./0102;3.3.3,,5<=3,#3"456!677!8&&&47:/0102;33.3>3 !.,",>3 !.#3"869!485!5&::2./*01*2;3#?"#3?"#3###4#3"$$'; * Retail Discounts - Continued Kohl’s Discount: 15 percent off on Wednesdays Qualifications: Ages 60-plus Locations: Various locations in metro Detroit The popular retail store offers bargains once a week. Time your purchases, this offer can’t be combined with Kohl’s Cash. Michaels Discount: 10 percent off Qualifications: Ages 55-plus Locations: Various locations in metro Detroit/Ann Arbor Do your crafting at a discount with this offer. This choice among senior discounts in Michigan comes with a bonus: It also includes sale items. Motown Thrift Discount: 25 percent off entire purchase, Monday-Friday Qualifications: Ages 55-plus Location: 8050 N. Middlebelt Road, Westland Score great bargains on gently used clothing and household items on weekdays while supporting U.S. veterans. Travel Discounts If you love to travel, you should never have to pay full price as a senior. Just pick a destination, grab these deals, and get going! American Airlines Discount: 15 percent off Qualifications: Ages 65-plus When flying, seniors who are 65 or older get 15% off air travel through American Airlines. Budget Rental Cars Discount: 15 percent off Qualifications: Ages 50-plus Locations: Various locations, call ahead to confirm the discount. Avis Rental Cars Discount: 25 percent off Qualifications: AARP members Locations: Various locations, call ahead to confirm the discount. Quality Inn Discount: 20-30 percent off Qualifications: Ages 60-plus Locations: Various locations, call ahead to confirm the discount.

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24 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Protecting Seniors From ScamsWhat is a scam? A scam is a way to “trick” people out of their money and/or property by convincing them to participate in a fraudulent scheme. How can I avoid being taken? First, be aware of specific scams. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Second, keep your personal information to yourself. Never give out your social security number, bank account information, or other information regarding your accounts. Third, protect your passwords. What are some scams? Bank examiner: A person calls claiming to be a bank investigator. He asks for your cooperation in helping catch an embezzler. You are supposed to help by withdrawing money from your bank account and giving it to him. Pigeon drop: A person approaches you, claiming to have found a large sum of money. He promises to share it if you first give him money to prove your good faith. Pyramid/Ponzi: A salesperson offers you an opportunity to receive money or goods for convincing other people to participate in a sales scheme. Some of these promotions are illegal in Michigan. Phishing: Is an attempt by fraudsters to obtain your user names, passwords, credit card numbers and other confidential information through electronic communications by posing as a legitimate company. Never give out your personal information in response to an email. When in doubt, check it out by calling the company directly. When else may fraud occur? Fraud may occur in any consumer transaction. Be particularly wary of home improvement offers, work-at-home schemes, and the sale of vacation or retirement real estate. PETER J. LUCIDO Macomb County ProsecutorIDENTITY THEFT Warning Signs: • Your purse or wallet is stolen • Your bank account is overdrawn or there is unusual activity on your credit card. • Mail you are expecting doesn’t arrive, especially related to financial matters; bills you paid are still showing due. • You apply for a credit card or loan and are denied. Preventative Steps: • Carry a close-fitting or hidden pouch instead of a purse or carry a wallet in your front pocket. • Reduce the items you carry in public such as extra credit cards, Social Security card, and check book. • Shred, tear into small pieces, or cut up all mail and documents that contain Social Security, bank, and credit card numbers. • Place mail with bills to be paid at the Post Office. Ask that new boxes of checks be held at your bank or credit union rather than mailed to you.MAIL & INTERNET FRAUD Warning Signs: • You play daily sweepstakes because you think you need extra money, holding out hope you will win a big prize someday. • You believe your mail is legitimate because it is delivered by the U.S. Postal Service. • You open and read all of your mail because many pieces look like official government documents or heart-felt solicitations for charity. • You’re getting the same offers through e-mail that you receive through the mail. Preventative Steps: • Even though it may be fun or give you something to do, stop participating in sweepstakes, lottery, and contest offers. • If you were to truly win something, you NEVER have to pay any fees, taxes, or costs of ANY kind before receiving your winnings - that’s the law! • Don’t give into temptation. If you receive a mailing/e-mail that 1) promotes sweepstakes/lotteries, charities, credit repair, work-at-home offers; 2) suggests you can make money by assisting a wealthy person from outside the United States, and 3) requests verification of account numbers throw the envelope away or delete the e-mail without opening it.

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 25CUSTOMIZE YOUR SPACEBaldwinHouseSeniors.comFamily | Friends | HappinessCeiling & TrimMainAccentKitchen/Living FlooringBedroom CarpetYour Own AccessoriesAs a way to truly make your Baldwin House apartment your own, we are oering new residents* the opportunity to choose the paint color, one accent wall color and ooring. Put your personal touch on your independent senior living experience.Call us today to nd out more!*Available for new move-ins only.BIRMINGHAM(248) 397-0461GRAND RAPIDS(616) 222-1966HAZEL PARK(248) 397-0469LAKESIDEin Clinton Twp.(586) 473-5002LLOYD’S BAYOUin Spring Lake(616) 844-9001OAKLANDin Auburn Hills/Pontiac(248) 397-0470

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26 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN’S TOP RATED HOME CARE• Quality Assurance Care Managers assigned to every client• National criminal background checks performed on all caregivers• Live in caregiver programs for flat rates• Our phones are staffed 24/7 • Partnership with community resources to assist you in all your needs• All caregivers are our employees (never sub contracted), oriented and trained to our standard • Personal Care• Dementia Care• Discharge Support from hospital and facilities• Case Management• Complex Care such as TBI, Catastrophic Care, etc.• Companion Care• Errands and Homemaking• Hospice Support• Medication RemindersSERVICES OFFEREDCUSTOMIZED CAREfocusing on the individual thatpreserves dignity, protects independence, and provides peace of mind for familywww.caregivingexperts.comTo Learn More About Our EXPERTS IN CAREAnd Schedule Your FREE Consultation:• Call, visit our website or email us anytime. Our staff can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a thorough discussion on your care needs.• Our experts will schedule a convenient appointment time for an evaluation of care needs to build a customized care plan.(734) 744-5550 • 37705 PEMBROKE AVENUE, LIVONIA, MI 48152Serving Southeast Michigan including Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, and Washtenaw CountiesCARE THAT SETS US APARTFast Snack Recipes to Make Hosting EasyYogurt Parfait A yogurt parfait can be packed with protein and refreshing. The best part is that a parfait can be made with whatever is on hand. Layer yogurt, granola, fruit and nuts to make a quick, tasty, and inexpensive snack. Customize each layer with what you have around the house, varying tastes and textures in each layer. Make ahead and refrigerate until company arrives. 1 cup sliced fresh strawberries 1 teaspoon sugar ½ cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt ¼ cup granola Step 1 Combine strawberries and sugar in a small bowl and let stand until the berries start to release juice, about 5 minutes. Step 2 To assemble parfait, layer yogurt, granola and the strawberries with their juice in a small glass container of your choice. Makes two 1 cup servingsFruity Popsicles Everyone loves frozen treats, especially with Summer on the horizon. These fruity popsicles are a perfect way to accomodate the diet restrictions of your friends — gluten free, low sugar and low calorie. Use fruit juice or flavored water, blend with fruit, pour into a popsicle mold, and freeze. ½ cup orange juice 1 ½ cup fresh berries 2 Tbsp lemon juice 2 to 4 Tbsp honey or sugar Step 1 Combine all ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour into molds. Step 2 Insert popsicle sticks and freeze until hard, at least 4 hours. Step 2 Run mold under warm water for a few seconds to loosen, then remove pops from the molds. Makes 8 average sized popsiclesRECIPES

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For SeniorsMichigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 27by Justin Cooper Spring is the classic time for cleaning, but as you grow in age, you may not have the spring in your step to whip the house into shape that you used to have. With these tips, you’ll can get on the right track to still have a clean and shiny living area to head into the warmer months with, despite having less mobility and energy to get it done. The first thing you should do is make a list of places to clean, stuff to organize and tasks to do. That way, you won’t forget anything while you’re cleaning, and you’ll get an idea of how much help you’ll need. Some tasks will be too hard or too dangerous to accomplish by yourself. That’s what grandkids and their parents are for. Invite them over for the hard stuff. You’ll get some family time out of it, and they’ll get some exercise. While they do the heavy lifting, you can busy yourself with something lighter, like organizing paperwork or dusting and cleaning surfaces. Use a cordless vacuum cleaner to avoid a trip hazard, and when possible, use cleaning appliances that don’t require you to bend over or climb a ladder. Extendable dusters and squeegees, a well-fitted broom, and a dust pan with a body-length handle will keep you upright and on the ground. Make sure to clear a path in each room of your living area for you to walk in and out. This will eliminate trip hazards and help you organize. Maybe you’ll end up getting rid of some things you didn’t need anyway. Decluttering your living space will make it more organized, but it will also make it safer, more sanitary and make room for new family pictures. If you haven’t used something in the past year, either throw it away or find a way someone else can have it. While you’re organizing, make sure things are being put in arms reach, where they’ll be easy and safe to grab. Take note of where important paperwork is being filed away. Spring cleaning is the traditional time to replace the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. But it’s also a good time to go through the refrigerator for expired food, and also a good time to go through the medicine cabinet. Throw away expired medications and those you no longer need — that will keep you (and everyone else) from taking something they shouldn’t. Some medication is an environmental hazard when it is improperly disposed of, so if you aren’t sure, call your city or a medical professional for advice. While you’re doing all of this, take note of ways your living space can be made safer. Do you need handles in the shower? Do you need to convert your bathtub to a shower? Are there any rugs that are posing a trip hazard? Bounce these ideas off any family members you have helping you. They may be able to help you with a remedy, or help you arrange for one. DON’T REPLACE YOUR ROOF. RENEW IT! SCAN QR CODE WITH PHONE CAMERA Now, you can restore your asphalt shingle roof with an eco-friendly spray treatment, guaranteed to extend roof life by 5-15 years & save 85% compared to replacement.

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28 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing Options — Wayne CountyIL = INDEPENDENT LIVING AL = ASSISTED LIVING MC = MEMORY CARE RC = RESPITE CARE HC = HOSPICE CARE ★ = SEE AD FOR DETAILS Facility Address City Phone Website IL AL MC RC HC Leo Paluch Apartments 17000 Champaign Road Allen Park (313) 928-5970 X Maple Heights Senior Living 4600 Allen Road Allen Park (313) 383-6226 X CedarWoods Assisted Living & Memory Care 44401 S I-94 Service Drive Belleville (734) 699-2900 X X Lenmoore Assisted Living 14250 Lenmoore Road Belleville (734) 589-3225 X Bickford of Canton 5969 N Canton Center Road Canton (734) 656-5580 X X Canton Crossings Assisted Living 1474 Sheldon Road Canton (734) 404-5283 X X X Canton Manor 49801 Ford Road Canton (734) 419-9699 X X X Glen Abbeyt Assisted Living & Memory Care 445 N Lotz Road Canton (734) 373-0981 X X Kingsley Senior Living 44100 Connection Way Canton (734) 405-7500 X X Crystal Creek Assisted Living 8121 N Lilley Road Canton (734) 927-7022 X X Serenity Manor of Canton 48410 Gyde Road Canton (734) 392-8971 X X Waltonwood Carriage Park 2000 N Canton Center Road Canton (734) 233-9375 X X X Waltonwood Cherry Hill 42600 Cherry Hill Road Canton (734) 228-1953 X X X ★Allegria Village 15101 Ford Road Dearborn (877) 796-3458 X X X X Beaumont Commons Dearborn 16351 Rotunda Drive Dearborn (800) 642-4663 X X Dearborn Town Center Senior 4550 Calhoun Dearborn (313) 400-5044 X Henry Ford Village 15101 Ford Road Dearborn (877) 660-1807 X X X Normandy Apartments 24320 Michigan Avenue Dearborn (313) 562-4024 X ★American House Dearborn Heights 26600 Ann Arbor Trail Dearborn Heights (313) 749-0320 X X X X Bellemere Senior Apartments 14824 Greenfield Detroit (313) 835-4761 X Delta Manor 2150 E Vernor Highway Detroit (313) 259-5140 X Dickerson Manor 722 Emerson Detroit (313) 469-0656 X Evangelical Manor 6720 Outer Drive W Detroit (313) 837-0450 X Hartford Village 17500 Meyers Road Detroit (313) 270-9700 X X Jefferson Meadows 13101 Freud Street Detroit (313) 824-1881 X Jennings Senior Living 7815 East Jefferson Detroit (313) 701-0906 X Oakpointe Villa 18901 Meyers Road Detroit (313) 864-8481 X X Plymouth Square Village 20201 Plymouth Road Detroit (313) 272-3141 X X Presbyterian Villages-Mi St 15875 Joy Road Detroit (313) 273-8080 X Regency At Chene 2295 E Vernor Highway Detroit (313) 923-5816 X X Regency Heights Nursing & Rehab Center 19100 W Seven Mile Road Detroit (313) 533-5002 X X Riverview Health & Rehab North 18300 E Warren Avenue Detroit (313) 343-8000 X X Sheffield Manor Nursing and Rehab 15311 Schaefer Highway Detroit (313) 835-4775 X X The Bay at Cranbrook Health & Rehab Center 5000 Seven Mile E Detroit (313) 366-2900 X The Bay at Elmwood Health & Rehab Center 1881 E Grand Blvd. Detroit (313) 922-1600 X

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 29Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing Options — Wayne CountyIL = INDEPENDENT LIVING AL = ASSISTED LIVING MC = MEMORY CARE RC = RESPITE CARE HC = HOSPICE CARE ★ = SEE AD FOR DETAILS Facility Address City Phone Website IL AL MC RC HC The Thome Rivertown Senior Apartments 260 McDougall Street Detroit (313) 259-9000 X Villa at Great Lakes Crossing 22811 W Seven Mile Road Detroit (313) 534-1440 X X Village Center 901 Pallister Detroit (313) 872-3286 X Village of Bethany Manor 8737 14th Street Detroit (313) 894-0430 X X Village of Oakman Manor 14000 Woodrow Wilson Street Detroit (313) 957-0210 X X Village of Woodbridge Manor 1300 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Detroit (313) 494-9000 X X Village-Brush Park Manor 2900 Brush Street Detroit (313) 832-9922 Woodbridge Senior Village 3521 John C Lodge Freeway Detroit (313) 831-4910 X Assisted Living Garden City 29577 John Hauk Street Garden City (734) 536-6894 X Garden City Tower 6120 Middlebelt Road Garden City (734) 422-2500 X The Villages of Gibraltar Apartments 14486 Middle Gibraltar Road Gibraltar (734) 676-4802 X Island Woods Senior Apartments 8800 Macomb Street Grosse Ille (734) 676-8029 X American House at Grosse Pointe Cottage 161 Kercheval Avenue Grosse Point Farms (313 228-4090 X X X X X Sunrise of Grosse Point Woods 21260 Mack Avenue Grosse Point Woods (313) 456-9003 X X X Sunrise on Vernier 1850 Vernier Road Grosse Pointe Woods (313) 879-0775 X X X The Rivers 900 Cook Road Grosse Pointe Woods (313) 885-5005 X X X Park Place 19460 Park Drive Harper Woods (313) 884-2122 X Villa On The Park 111 Ford Street Highland Park (313) 305-6600 X X Cherry Hill Square 213 Henry Ruff Road Inkster (734) 729-7721 X St Clements Manor Apartments 4009 Northland Avenue Inkster (734) 595-4760 X American House Livonia 11525 Farmington Road Livonia (734) 447-5029 X Angel Gardens Assisted Living 38910 Six Mile Road Livonia (734) 464-2772 X X Arden Courts of Livonia 32500 W Seven Mile Road Livonia (248) 426-7055 X Aspen Assisted Living 32406 W Seven Mile Road Livonia (248) 987-4460 X Autumnwood of Livonia 14900 Middlebelt Road Livonia (734) 425-4200 X Brashear Towers Senior Apartments 17841 N Laurel Park Drive Livonia (734) 591-6622 X Marycrest Heights 15495 Middlebelt Road Livonia (734) 743-4300 X Oakmont Livonia Senior Community 14265 Middlebelt Road Livonia (734) 245-2880 X X Parkside of Livonia 28815 Jamison Street Livonia (734) 522-1151 X Silver Village 33780 Lyndon Livonia (734) 421-6050 X Villa Marie 15131 Newburgh Road Livonia (734) 464-9494 X Woodhaven Retirement Community 29667 Wentworth Street Livonia (734) 261-9000 X X X Coogan Terrace 3501 Oakwood Blvd. Melvindale (313) 429-1095 X Addington Place 42010 W Seven Mile Rd Northville (248) 305-9600 X Brookdale Northville 40405 Six Mile Road Northville (844) 406-8073 X

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30 Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022Spring 2022 Guide for Senior Housing Options — Wayne CountyIL = INDEPENDENT LIVING AL = ASSISTED LIVING MC = MEMORY CARE RC = RESPITE CARE HC = HOSPICE CARE ★ = SEE AD FOR DETAILS Facility Address City Phone Website IL AL MC RC HC Brighton Gardens of Northville 15870 N Haggerty Road Northville (734) 585-2751 X X X Oakmont Northville Senior Community 42000 W Seven Mile Road Northville (248) 468-4489 X X Cedarbrook of Northville 15700 Haggerty Road Plymouth (734) 228-4244 X X X X Independence Village Plymouth 14707 Northville Road Plymouth (734) 453-2600 X Medilodge of Plymouth 395 W Ann Arbor Trail Plymouth (734) 453-3983 X Plymouth Park Independent Living 107 N Haggerty Road Plymouth (734) 459-3891 X Sunrise of Northville 16100 N Haggerty Road Plymouth (734) 420-4000 X X Tonquish Creek Manor 1160 Sheridan Street Plymouth (734) 455-3670 X Advantage Living Center Redford 25330 Six Mile Road Redford Charter Twp (313) 531-6874 X X Village of Redford 25340 Six Mile Road Redford Charter Twp (313) 541-6000 X X X X X Atria Kinghaven 14800 King Road Riverview (734) 479-5900 X X The Bellaire Senior Living 12621 Hale Street Riverview (734) 283-8000 X X X Romulus Tower Apartments 36500 Bibbins Street Romulus (734) 942-1230 X Whispering Willows Co-op 11100 Wayne Road Romulus (800) 593-3052 X American House Southgate 16333 Allen Road Southgate (734) 720-9285 X X X X Brownstown Forest View Assisted Living 19341 Allen Road Southgate (734) 675-2700 X Maryhaven 11350 Reeck Road Southgate (734) 287-2111 X X American House Riverview 20300 Fort Street Taylor (734) 720-1159 X X X X American House Southland 25250 Eureka Road Taylor (734) 720-1160 X X X X Commons Senior Living Apt 26121 Eureka Road Taylor (734) 941-9736 X Volunteers of America Heritage Park 22431 Superior Road Taylor (734) 486-7000 X Parkside Estates Senior Living 2211 Parkside Street Trenton (313) 815-9212 X Maple Manor of Wayne 3999 Venoy Road Wayne (734) 727-0440 X X Wayne Tower Apartments 35200 Sims Street Wayne (734) 721-0660 X X X Woods Care 5706 S Wayne Road Wayne (734) 722-6462 X American House Westland Hunter 35700 Hunter Avenue Westland (734) 447-5037 X X X X American House Westland Joy 39201 Joy Road Westland (734) 961-4695 X X X X ★American House Westland Venoy 1660 S Venoy Road Westland (734) 205-9640 X X X X Ashford Court 37501 Joy Road Westland (734) 666-0304 X Marquette House 36000 Campus Drive Westland (734) 326-6537 X Regency at Westland 2209 N Newburgh Road Westland (734) 522-1444 X Westhaven Manor 34601 Elmwood Street Westland (734) 729-3690 X 22nd Street Senior Care 2772 22nd Street Wyandotte (734) 838-7770 X Wyandotte Co-op 2455 Biddle Avenue Wyandotte (734) 282-1435 X Bishop Co-op Apartments 2651 Biddle Avenue Wyandotte (800) 593-3052 X

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Michigan Seniors Guide • Spring 2022 31Learn more about how SMART can serve you at or call 866.962.5515.As SMART, we pride ourselves on providing services that empower seniors to continue to lead vital, active lives. So, wherever your life takes you, SMART’s family of services are here to get you there.Platinum Servicesfor the Golden YearsSMART_SENIOR_AD_V2.indd 1 8/11/21 2:32 PM

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