St Joseph's Manor
4800 Cadieux Rd Detroit MI 48224
Level II Assisted Care. residents needs at this level are the same as for level I, but require additional staff assistance. Medications may require special monitoring (i.e. blood work). Assistance is required with one or more activities of daily living as bathing, grooming, toileting, ambulation, transfers, eating,etc.
Level III Supportive Care. Residents at this level need 24-hour staff availability and may need involvement of mental health or other professionals to accommodate their needs. Residents at this level require significance daily assistance.
St. Joseph's Manor's 'Aging in Place' philosophy allows many residents, especially those who make St. Joseph's Manor their permanent home, to remain at St. Joseph's manor, even as their needs increase to Level III or higher.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
St Joseph's Manor Reviews
Management unprofessional.Lack of staff to resident ratioLack of attentive and caring staffCleanness of rooms Non - Nutritional mealsFacility in need of renovation!
- Staff Need To Be More Accommodating!!
The St Joseph's Manor I feel could use some work. The staff is friendly, but not as helpful as we would like. My loved one has to request things a few times for them to do it. They also don't provide...
- Review of St Joseph's Manor - Detroit, MI
We were forced to move here due to circumstances beyond our control with family. It started off well but after their director left everything went downhill fast. Went from good to bad to worse. Very high...See all 10 community reviews
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