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South Torch Assisted Living, LLC

12800 Cherry Ave, Rapid City, MI 49676

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Studio

Situated just steps away from beautiful Torch Lake, South Torch Assisted Living is a small town state licensed assisted living facility that has been caring for residents since July 1, 2019. The building was built in 2001 and renovated and expanded in 2018. Our building features large private...

Northport Highlands

215 S High Street, Northport, MI 49670

3.6
(6 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed

Northport Highlands is an assisted living community strategically located in the picturesque town of Northport, Leelanau County, Michigan. Our community is located on a gorgeous 16-acre campus overlooking the legendary Grand Transverse Bay. With a fine harbor and park, antique shops, full...

The Brook of Boyne City

709 Vogel St, Boyne City, MI 49712

3.3
(5 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

The Brook of Boyne City is an assisted living community located in Boyne City, MI. Boyne City is situated on the southeast end of Lake Charlevoix's east arm, and is known for its cultural heritage, unique eats and exciting events and festivals. Home to the Boyne River, much of the city's culture...

The Brook of Cheboygan

11965 Townline Rd, Cheboygan, MI 49721

3.0
(4 reviews)

Studio, 1 Bed, 2 Bed, Semi-Private

The Brook of Cheboygan is an assisted living community in pleasant Cheboygan, Michigan. Conveniently located close to plenty of stores and restaurants, the residence's prime Northern Michigan location means residents can enjoy all-four seasons in a family-orientated tourist destination. Residents...

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What are nursing homes?

Nursing homes, also called skilled nursing facilities, provide long-term care for seniors with significant physical or mental health conditions, and short-term care to people recovering from an injury or hospital stay. Nursing homes provide personal assistance and medical care from licensed professionals. Services in skilled nursing facilities often include:

  • Help with personal care
  • Rehabilitation care, including physical and speech therapy
  • Mobility assistance
  • Palliative and hospice care
  • Health care services
  • Complimentary transportation
  • 24-hour care and supervision
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Petoskey, Michigan

Nursing Homes

A nursing home community offers room and board to two or more individuals who are not related by marriage or by blood to the administrator. A nursing home community offers its occupants 24-hour care by registered nurses. These nurses offer care for those who cannot adequately take care of themselves.

This type of community is a familiar and comfortable care choice for persons 65 years or older, however nursing homes will commonly persons 55 and older infrequentlyheard of in senior care regarding different care types.Types of amenities and servicesoffered at nursing homes can include help with shopping and transportation, adult day health care (which offers nursing and therapy) , rehabilitation needed due to injury, disability, or illness, and adult day services . Many occupants of nursing homes are with behavioral problems. These can encompass verbal outbursts, resisting support, or a tendency to wander. Often times individuals may select to live in a nursing home due to a mental or physical disability that makes it difficult for them to accomplish their standard of living. Many residents are single women with smaller social support groups, and almost half of nursing home residents are over 85 years old. Some services come at an extra cost which can include personal clothing, specially prepared food, and special care services not included in the community’s Medicaid payment.

Cost of Living

Cost of living is a motivating factor in choosing which care choice meets the needs of you or your loved one. The rent burden for Petoskey is about 19.3% of the average monthly income. Petoskey has a median home value of about $177,673 and the median cost of rent is $1,029 per month per month.

Demographics and Values

Racially, the population of Petoskey is 3.8% mixed race, 2.5% Hispanic, 0.1% Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian, 1.0% Asian, 0.1% other or not specified, 0.7% black, 92.1% white, and 2.1% Native American. In Petoskey, 7.9% of the population are veterans. In Petoskey, 7.2% do not have health insurance, 10.1% live in poverty, 9.8% are widowed, and 15.6% have some form of disability. Out of the total city population, 48.0% are male and 52.0% are female. The median age of Petoskey is 45 years old. Petoskey has a population density of 430 people per square mile. In terms of education, 20.5% have a high-school diploma, 17.6% have a graduate degree, and 40.1% have a college degree.

State Information

An overview of Michigan

The quality of life enjoyed by the average Michigan citizen is ranked 33rd nation-wide. Additionally, Michigan is ranked 24th by standards of healthcare. Based on natural beauty, Michigan ranks 29th in the nation. In terms of resources, Michigan has a cost of living index of 89.3, a grocery index rating of 89.3, and a housing index rating of 75.2. These index ratings are based on a system where 100 is considered the national average and anything below 100 is considered less expensive than the national average. The state of Michigan has 148 hospitals and 259 health centers, providing care to a population of 10,015,421. The top three hospitals in the state are considered to be University Of Michigan Health System, Mercy Health Muskegon, and Holland Community Hospital.

Social demographics of the state

The state of Michigan ranks 36th in the country for diversity. The state has a median age of 40 and 31% of its population being over the age of 55. In the most recent presidential election, 48% of Michigan residents voted Republican and 47% voted Democrat. Thirty-three percent of Michigan residents regularly attend a religious service from one of the state’s 9,521 different congregations. The top three Christian denominations in the state are Evangelical Protestant-25%, Mainline Protestant-18%, and Historically Black Protestant-8%. The top three non-Christian denominations in the state are Jewish-<1%, Muslim-<1%, and Buddhist-<1%. In Michigan there are 351 masonic lodges.

State-wide weather information

On average, Michigan has an air quality index rating of around 38.1 AQI. The average air quality index rating peaks in the month of May with a rating of around 54.5 AQI. The average temperature in the summer rises to around 67F. Over the summer months the average high temperature peaks at around 85F during the month of July. The average low summer temperature is around 44F in the month of June. The average temperature in the winter falls to around 23F. The average high winter temperature is around 37F in the month of February. The average low temperature during the winter drops to around -2F in the month of January. Michigan experiences an average humidity rating of about 72%. The highest monthly average humidity rating is 81% in the month of December. The most precipitation occurs in June with an average of 4.76 inches of precipitation a month. On average, the state receives 2.76 inches of precipitation a month. While residents of Michigan mostly enjoy pleasant conditions, it’s important to be aware of inclement weather as well, which in Michigan can include tornadoes.

Wildlife to be found in Michigan

The state of Michigan has a diverse array of plant and animal life. Local plant life can consist of white pine, eastern cottonwood, red oak, and beech. While venturing throughout the state, you might see animals such as the coyote, the smelt, the wolves, or the catfish and bullheads. The state animal of Michigan is the white-tailed deer.

Frequently asked questions about Nursing Homes in Michigan

There are 4 nursing homes near Petoskey, Michigan. See the full list.

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