42600 Cherry Hill Road, Canton, MI 48187
When only the best will do Look to Waltonwood for Luxury Senior Living. At Waltonwood, our goal is not to be just another Senior Community. But rather, our goal is to ensure each resident and family member is treated with dignity and respect while striving to exceed their expectations. We are committed to providing a Tradition of Excellence€ in everything we do for our residents and their families. Waltonwood provides the utmost in independence and lifestyle with our communities' warm surroundings, comfortable amenities, and our caring staff's personalized services. Waltonwood is all about choice from luxurious Independent Living apartments with optional services to Assisted Living apartments for those needing more customized services to Dementia Care with specialized assistance for those with cognitive impairment.
Waltonwood Communities are developed, built, and managed by Singh a local, family operated builder/developer that has been providing premier residential housing in the metropolitan Detroit area for more than 30 years. Each Waltonwood Community combines unique architecture, professionally landscaped grounds with scenic courtyards and walking trails, professional services, and staff to create a beautiful, warm, homelike environment for all our residents.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*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.
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My mother lived there before Covid, and the service was OK. During Covid all activities were cut off, and I could not visit my mother. She deteriorated very rapidly, finally ending up in the hospital. I gave notice I was moving her out and had movers lined up. I was told I had to use their movers which were not available for two weeks. I was told I would not be charged for the days until their designated mover could move her out. I had another mover, but was not allowed to use them. My mother passed away, and I was charged close to $900 for the days until their mover was able to move her out of her apartment after her death. I find them very uncaring and I was shocked that they charged this extra fee when it was their fault their mover was not available. Be very wary of these people as they only care about profit.
We chose Waltonwood Cherry Hill because it had a good combination of social activities and it was a bigger community so there would be more interaction with other residents. He is in a 1 bedroom apartment and I feel like it is pretty spacious. They have a lot of different floor plans that you are able to choose from as well which is nice. They just were able to vaccinate the whole community and it was all done within the facility so no one had to go out to get it. I would definitely recommend to others who are looking.
Prior to covid we felt the communication was lacking at times, you definitely had to be more proactive. However since covid they have taken additional steps to improve that. We like the homeyness feeling it brings, and the staff really treat the residents as if they were their own family.
Waltonwood Cherry Hill is clean and everyone was very professional on the front end. The rooms are very nice and the food was excellent. We were able to eat a few meals there before COVID. We would recommend this community to a family or friend.
This location is not safe for any senior. They neglect their residents, allow them to sit for hours in soiled diapers, and there allow ants and bugs to crawl all over the resident's rooms. If you love the senior in your life....do not send them to any Waltonwood communities.
[Name removed] was a delight and very helpful with educating to help make the right decision. The facility is gorgeous and definitely resident focused so they are engaged, active and well cared for. Rooms options are safe & spacious. Definite worth tour & made our top 3 list to visit with mom.
We have moved in and lived there for 6 weeks; so, far all is well. The food is very good; however, there is often a fifteen minute wait to enter the dining room --difficult for some to stand and wait. There was a problem with seating in the dining room, but a table was opened and a place made for us. Staff is planning to improve that with a change in seating procedures. If one is dependent on cell phone, reception in first floor apartments is virtually nil; we installed a land line. I would recommend this place even with a few problems because staff is trying to do better.
We had a very good experience overall with Waltonwood. My loved one lived here for quite a while before she ended up needing to move due to increasing care needs. It's a nice looking place, the people are friendly, and I'd say they are a great option for anyone looking into independent living!
My mother has recently moved to WWCH Independent living. We are so excited because she has her independence, but is also with others. There are so many things to do and the dining is wonderful, giving her a tasteful balanced diet and great interaction with people! The staff is helpful and attentive. The transportation is wonderful, again giving the sense of independence without needing to worry about a car (and have us worrying about her driving a car.....). I'm so thankful they have assisted living and memory care if needed. I'm a healthcare provider with an independent company and have been in the assisted and memory care areas days, nights and weekends and the staff are fantastic! Actually, looking ahead to a time of more intense care is what prompted my family to consider WWCH.
This place is a nightmare. My mother-in-law was a resident in the assisted living area of Waltonwood. The layout of the facility is convenient if you have mobility issues. That is the only good thing I can say about the facility. My husband and I would visit at various times. The staff would routinely be found watching TV in the resident TV lounge. My mother-in-law said she would call for assistance and it would take 30 minutes to an hour for an aid to arrive. They do not care about the residents. We were absolutely stunned when we were visiting at about 7 pm one evening. The aid came in and said it was time for our mother to get ready for bed! 7pm? We were sitting there visiting!! She refused and of course the aid was upset she could not complete her "job." We had difficulty getting someone to return phone calls or messages if we had a question. The information we did receive was often incorrect. Do not consider this place if you care at all for your loved one.
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