Some retirement communities in Brighton, Michigan, include Brookdale Brighton, Independence Village of Brighton Valley and Sanctuary at Woodland. Brookdale Brighton offers an option of independent living for its residents. A variety of services is available to seniors living in this community, including help with getting dressed, special assistance and accommodations for people with limited mobility, meal preparation, room cleaning, and on-site nurses.
Residents at Brookdale Brighton can choose to live in a studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom apartment. Some features of these living options include walk-in showers, carpeting and options of connecting a phone or cable. Residents are allowed to have small pets living with them.
Independence Village of Brighton Valley is another independent living community. Residents have access to common areas of the community where they can socialize and different activities conducted on site. The community employs many specialists, including nurses, speech, occupational and physical therapists. This retirement community is located close to the bus stop, and it also provides complimentary transportation and parking for its residents. People living there can have dogs and cats as pets.
Sanctuary at Woodland offers options of independent living, assisted living and healthy living to the residents. Residents who choose the healthy living option receive help with cleaning their apartments and other maintenance needs, they have access to transportation services provided by the center, claims Sanctuary at Woodland. Those who choose the assisted living option also enjoy prepared meals, recreational activities for residents, trips and other services.