3617 S. Adams Road, Rochester Hills, MI 48309
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Want crappy care with crappy food? Then this is the place for you/your loved onesReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My parents live at the American House in Rochester Hills and I am beginning the search for somewhere else they can live. On the positive side, the staff is wonderful--friendly and very helpful. The facilities themselves are new and attractive. The problem is the food. It's really BAD. It is demoralizing for them and I we worry about the nutrition that they're not getting.
Response from American House Village Senior LivingSeptember 5, 2014
Having fantastic staff is a big deal — for us, and for the residents. It’s the biggest difference in quality care, so that’s great to hear! As far as our food, I can assure you that Brian K. Rosso, Director of Culinary Services, and James Nickleberry, Corporate Chef, put much thought and effort into creating meals that are not only tasty, but nutritious. There’s a little insight into our food prep on our YouTube channel. If your parents have specific (or even all-around) concerns about the food, I’d be very interesting in talking to them — and you. Please call me directly or stop by my office and we can discuss your concerns. Sincerely, Anne Tomlinson, Executive Director
Pleasant enough. The 'pets allowed' policy would be good for some, but not so for my mother. Residents seemed happy to be there.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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