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Detroit boasts some of the Midwest’s most exceptional resources for aging adults. Aside from a plethora of independent living and assisted living communities, Detroit also has dozens of other care and service providers such as elder law attorneys, home care agencies, retirement planners, adult day care communities, senior centers, and the list goes on. No matter if you are a senior, or you are looking for services for an elderly loved one, without a doubt Detroit is a fantastic place for seniors to spend their golden years.
Just take a walk around, and you’ll see the rebirth of one of America’s greatest cities. Detroit, the Motor City, is a thriving and dynamic city for aging adults. Let’s take a deeper dive and see what Detroit has to offer for boomers and senior citizens.
The home of Motown has so many attractions and activities for older adults, it rivals any other city in the USA. Detroit is a cultural center for so many. Take in the Motown Museum or the African American Museum. Go to nearby Dearborn and see the Arab American Museum to get a taste of Detroit’s cultural History. If you are interested in art, The Detroit Institute of the Arts houses Degas, Monet, Rembrandt, and Renoir, along with the one of a kind Diego Rivera Detroit Industry Murals.
It wouldn’t be Detroit without some Motor City flair. Visit the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant to see the location of the first Model T, or the Automotive Hall of Fame located at the Henry Ford Museum. The Detroit Zoo boasts the largest Penguinarium in the world. Detroit has earned the name Hockeytown USA for its legendary Red Wings, but also has the Detroit Tigers, Lions, and Pistons providing the opportunity to attend a sporting event at any time of year with the grandkids. For other entertainment, visit one of Detroit’s many casinos and take in a world class restaurant, show, or simply put a few bets down. On a nice sunny summer day take a stroll down the Detroit International River Walk, where you can Canada just across the river.
Aging also brings with it other requirements. Detroit has an abundance of resources for our retiring population. In nearby Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan Hospital ranks in the top ten for 11 categories nationally. These include Geriatric Care, Pulmonology, Urology, Cardiology & Heart Surgery, along with being ranked #1 in Ear, Nose, and Throat specialists. Beaumont Health and the Henry Ford Health System have been name as “Best Hospitals” by U.S. News and World Reports. Besides these large hospitals, Detroit is equipped with all the senior care providers one could ask for. From retirement communities, to respite care providers, wheelchair and ramp specialists, and physical therapy, and much, much more. To the left, on this page, is a directory of over 50 categories of services for seniors in the Detroit metro area. Also, for rates and services of specific providers, please call one of our FREE Care Advisors at 1-800-955-8510.
As you can see, Detroit has endless things to offer senior citizens looking for a place to retire during their golden years. It has senior care providers and hospitals neatly bundled together, while still offering a plethora of attractions, arts, culture, and entertainment, while maintaining a lower cost of living than many places in the States. It is no wonder its population is growing rapidly, and many a retiree could find a new home in the “Motor City” of Detroit, MI.
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