Nestled on a quiet campus in Farmington Hills, Michigan you will find Botsford Commons—A Beaumont Community. Whether you are an active couple looking for an independent living condominium or apartment to call home or an older adult who needs a little extra help and support each day, our full continuum of care can be your solution. Our unique senior living community allows residents to age in place.
We can be an answer for older couples with different care needs. It might be that one spouse is still active and independent but the other has Alzheimer’s disease. Because we offer a full continuum of care on our campus, couples can remain in close proximity to one another while receiving the care best for them.
Our Core Beliefs
Our vision of aging emphasizes respect, dignity, potential and independence. We consider these the cornerstone of Botsford Commons.
We know that older adults have unique needs for support and services and that those needs may vary. An independent living resident might need short-term rehab after a knee replacement or an assisted living resident may develop dementia. Our experienced team of caregivers is trained to support different people and their needs.
On our conveniently small campus, we offer senior living options that include:
- Independent Living (condominiums and apartments)
- Senior Living Center (Assisted Living)
- Botsford Rehabilitation and Continuing Care Center
If you aren’t quite sure what type of senior care you or an aging loved one needs, we encourage you to contact The Senior Assessment Center. One of our experienced geriatric clinicians can meet with you to help assess your needs and make a personal recommendation.
Please call (248) 477-7400 to learn more today.
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