1401 Rochester Road, Rochester Hills, MI 48307
Our promise is to ensure each resident and family member is treated with dignity and respect. We strive to preserve our residents' independence, health, safety, individuality and happiness. Waltonwood is family owned and operated so we are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of care and luxury living our residents have come to expect from the Waltonwood name since we began in the 1980's. Our lovely community is designed especially for seniors who need a helping hand from our professional, caring staff with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming and medication monitoring in the privacy of their own residence. We offer one and two bedroom apartment homes along with a range of anmenities. You can have peace of mind knowing Waltonwood's experienced licensed staff offers caring, professional assistance around the clock continuously monitored by our on-site nurse manager so our residents can remain a valuable member of the community through every phase of their life. Safety and security are our priority.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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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Some of the staff was very conscientiousness and good, however some were not. Our loved ones room was adequate, and the food would be about a four out of five. We would recommend this community to others.
We felt their priorities at this community were more about the money, and no matter how much money we spent the quality of the care for the residents would never change. this community was kept fairly clean, and the friendliness of the staff members varied. We did not think this community was worth the money,
My mother, who is 96, has been in assisted living at Waltonwood at Main in Rochester Hills, MI, for the past 18 months. I have not seen her so engaged and active for years. She enjoys the various in-house activities provided for the residents (Bingo, live concerts, live animal presentations), the planned day trips in the greater community (movies, lunches, museums, the zoo, etc.), and the occasional spontaneous summer trips for ice cream. The staff responsible for these activities enjoy working with the residents, and the joy they bring with them is real. The caregivers and med/techs are proactive with regard to her physical safety. They always take the time to talk to family members about any concerns that we or they may have. And they are always patient with us, as well as with the residents, something both essential and appreciated. I think you have to be a very special person to work with the elderly. I know there are special people at Waltonwood at Main.
The patients in the memory unit are excessively medicated and kept isolated from friends. Our aunt went from two medications -to about a dozen. Our relative fell and injured herself on six occasions within a years time. Her room was full of bugs, which administration knew about and said they were "working on it". I would look elsewhere for a place for care.
My loved one was here. It was great in the beginning, but management changed often. They do not pay their caregivers well, have very high turnover. The staffing levels were usually half the amount promised when we moved in. The caregivers are often required to work doubles or six to seven days a week. Especially in memory care where the residents cannot speak up for themselves. A lot of the staff does care, but there are not enough of them to properly care. Management does not fill in to help when short staffed...always an issue on weekends. It is a beautiful facility, DO NOT BE FOOLED by the decor!
We toured this community when we were looking into options for my loved one. This was a nice looking community, and the staff were all very friendly, but it didn't really have the atmosphere we wanted for our loved one. It felt more like a hospital, very sterile, and we were looking for a more home-like atmosphere.
Very nice, cheery. There were a few residents sleeping in their wheelchairs near the front desk, much like I would expect in a nursing home. Leasing agent was knowledgable and friendly; really wanted to get to know about my dad.
Nice. Apts can be very large.
Does not offer independent living.
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