Michigan, bordered by four of the five Great Lakes, is appropriately known as the “Great Lakes State.” The name Michigan comes from the Ojibwe word mishigami, which translates roughly to “large water.” Aptly named, the state has plenty of lakes and its residents enjoy boating, fishing, and just relaxing by the water. Michigan also receives lots of snow, and popular local pastimes include snowmobiling, ice fishing, and skiing. The largest city in Michigan is Detroit, which is known for being the center of the American automotive industry. Also referred to as Motown, Detroit has also played a significant part in the history of American music, being the home of the well-known record label, along with famous musicians such as Arethra Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Jack White.
Currently, A Place for Mom partners with more than 560 assisted living facilities in Michigan that provide housing, supervision, and support with the activities of daily living.
The median monthly cost of assisted living in Michigan is about $4,600.
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