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Independence Village Of Plymouth
14707 Northville Road, Plymouth, MI 48170
Based on 170 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsIndependent Living
Call for pricing and availability(800) 780-8101
Independence Village Of Plymouth Description
Welcome to Independence Village of Plymouth, a retirement community that offers the best in independent and assisted living. Our community is designed to provide residents with the assistance they need to live independently, while also offering a wide range of amenities and activities to keep them active and engaged. We are proud to offer a variety of floor plans and pricing options to meet the needs of our residents, and our experienced staff is always available to answer any questions or concerns. We invite you to come and experience all that Independence Village of Plymouth has to offer!
The benefits our residents receive are as diverse as the individuals themselves. Our services and amenities are designed to cater to each resident's unique needs, making every moment something to remember.
Independence Village Of Plymouth is located 1.2 miles from Plymouth, a very small town with a population of 8,905. Other nearby cities and towns include Northville, Westland, Canton and Livonia. The community is in a middle-upper class neighborhood where the average income is $85,634, 40% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Independent Living and has Studio apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,988 a month, while the average cost of Independent Living is $3,989 in Plymouth, $3,266 in MI, and $3,394 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Independence Village Of Plymouth is a member of a larger group of communities called Independence Village. Independence Village Of Plymouth is ranked 1 out of 6 communities in Plymouth and is ranked 43 out of 721 communities in MI.
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Healthcare Near Independence Village Of Plymouth
Independence Village Of Plymouth is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Hawthorn Center which is 2.6 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Saint Mary Mercy Hospital, and Providence Park Hospital. Pharmacies close by are CVS which is 0.9 miles away, Wiltse's Community Pharmacy, and Rite Aid. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Plymouth Dental Associates which is 0.2 miles away, Hock Family Dentistry, and Mint.
Independence Village Of Plymouth is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order Asian at Aqua, a burger at Rusty Bucket or pizza at Mother's Pizzeria. Love the arts? Head on over to Trinity House, Genitti's Little Theater, or Marquis Theatre. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Laurel Park Place, Westland Mall, or Worldwide Center. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Hines Parkway, Wilcox Recreation Area, or Pointe Park.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 149 days of rain, 51 days of snow and 163 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 1.2 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 77°F in the summer and 27°F in the winter, with an average temp of 52.2°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 74.5%, with max winds averaging around 12.2 mph.
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Elder care is a difficult situation for any family and the patient. Independence Village has been able to provide the care that my family members have needed. The independent apartments are very nice for the residents who are at that care level. The tower is for the resident who needs more care. I like the approach where the family is responsible for the medicine cartridges. My family members won't take medicine from a nurse with a cart. What I like is the social aspect of the facility. Just from visiting my family member, I have gotten to know many other residents. The coffee shop on the main floor is self-serve and used as a gathering place to grab a coffee, quick breakfast, mid-day coffee or chat with others The coffee shop has an open feel and is not intimidating to the residents. The staff is very caring! It is not the newest facility in town, but it offers a different feel. The resident will not get the institutional feel or treatment.
My mother suddenly had to relocate from another state to MI and we were fortunate to find Independence Village of Plymouth, via Parents Changing Spaces (PCS), Jennifer Taylor. We were able to communicate our "must haves" to Jennifer and quickly discovered the community that is Independence Village of Plymouth (IV). The facility itself is beautiful with ample, and well thought out space, both indoors and out. We often reserved rooms for larger family gatherings making travel easier on my mother. My mother begrudgingly relocated and after approximately three months called Independence Village home. Her initial draw were the many activities (too many to name) offered and especially loved the music offered several nights each week in the lobby. She felt it was a wonderful way to bring the day to an end. My mother never felt confident with her singing voice and as a result, did not partake in her church choir. IV's Choir Director went out of her way to invite my mother to join the IV choral ensemble and eventually, my mother said, "Yes!" My mother experienced her first choir experience in her mid eighties and LOVED every minute! She performed with the choir, our family attended, and my mother beamed with this lifelong dream fulfilled. IV did this not knowing just how big of an accomplishment it would be. Their Choir Director reached out because she believes in what she is doing and understands we all need encouragement from time to time. My family will be eternally grateful. IV works hard to make care of self needs user-friendly and offers services such as - Podiatrists brought in, on-site flu/pneumonia shots, private on-site Physical, Occupational, Speech services available, bus services to shopping, banks, medical appointments, bus outings for lunch and a host of fun events. As my mother's primary caregiver, I appreciated many facets of IV life such as the humanity that was shared both with my mom and me. As our loved ones enter this part of life's journey, humanity plays an important role in their overall well-being. As my mother experienced physical challenges and later memory challenges, the IV team jumped in with the utmost respect for her continued need to be independent. The IV team understood who she was as an individual person, rather than viewing her as one of many residents. This held true for my mother's 4.5 years at IV. Knowing they're foundation of respect for my mother allowed me to go to work each day without concern. It is something that truly separates IV from many other residential communities.The entire IV team, beginning with their team leader, Debbie Hall, knows and cares for each individual resident they serve. This IV team of professionals understands and appreciates their residents in every possible way. It is this understanding that fosters the community that is the very core of Independence Village of Plymouth. My mother finished her life's journey at IV under the direct care of Southern Care Hospice (excellent). Debbie Hall and her IV team made my sister and I extremely comfortable during one of the most challenging experiences of our lives. Humanity is not just a word to Debbie Hall and her team. If you are looking, you owe it to yourself and your loved one to visit Independence Village of Plymouth, and feel the difference. The difference is real!
My parents moved into Independence Village after my mom fell, (again), and we thought they needed more help. Ugh. Worst. Decision. Ever. Pricey, which would have been fine if they would have gotten the assistance they needed, but EVERYTHING at this place costs extra, and the contract company that handles the health care, Laurus, is a disaster. To be clear, the worker bees are really nice people, and try really hard, but the management is atrocious. Overbilling, messed up scheduling, you name it. The air conditioning went out in the summer, and random 3AM fire alarms were common. Couldn't get my parents out of there fast enough. Unfortunately, the emphasis at this place seems to be on money, not care.
My father who was suffering from dementia stayed here for four months. We were told that he needed more care than they could provide and had to find another facility to care for him. The management staff puts on a caring facad, but many the workers who care for the residents are underpaid and unskilled. The managing director tried to fine us for breaking our contract even though we were told to find another facility. Bottom line: Don't leave your loved ones here if they have dementia. There aren't enough staff to properly care for them.
I visited Independence Village of Plymouth today and what a place! It is so vibrant with resident conversations and laughter. The staff was very friendly and seemed to know all the residents by name. I loved the large elegant dining room and they even have rehab services on site.
Both my mother and my mother in law were residents of Independence Village of Plymouth. I cannot begin to express how happy I, and my family, were with the care that they received from the staff and management at IVP. It was very apparent that their top priority was the care and comfort of the people that lived there. I was very taken by their continued graciousness, kindness, and willingness to always help, no matter what the situation was. I strongly recommend IVP if you are looking for a facility for your loved ones.
There are not enough good things to say about Independence Village of Plymouth. The team goes above and beyond for residents and their families. They treat every new staff member as well as every new resident as family. I am so grateful to be able to be a part of such an amazing company and team.
Although I have only been employed here for a month, I cannot say enough wonderful things about Independence Village of Plymouth. The whole team is so loving and caring of the residents, and there is passion in every single action while in the community. The leadership is incredibly supportive and creates a sense of value in every employee. I love my job and forsee myself loving it for many years to come!
Right from the start, it felt different than the other places we visited. The staff is the friendliest group. Everyone (including the residents) we met were happy. I watched them play bowling (video) and pool (actual pool table). The dining room looks like a golf resort restaurant. When we arrived, we were greeted by many on the staff and they were very attentive to Moms needs. It is a big move for Mom, and by the end of the first day Mom was humming a song to herself. I knew then we made the right choice.
We looked around at several places where our mom could move to once her husband passed away. She could not live alone at home anymore. When we walked into Independence Village (IV) we felt at home. We knew that this was the place for mom. The people there are so friendly and attentive to your needs. They always have something fun happening for the residents. The folks look like they are having fun. Mom's room is facing the courtyard and has a beautiful view of Hines Park. The location is great. Really quiet area. Nice common areas for the residents to hang out. You can even go for a walk down Hines Drive if you want. Highly recommend this place.
The staff and director, Debbie Hall, have done a stellar job keeping the residents safe and happy throughout the challenges of COVID. My mom is a resident there and enjoys the activities, people and food. I am comfortable in knowing my mom is at such a great place! I highly recommend it for your loved ones.
My mother enjoyed over two wonderful years at IVP. The staff was caring and considerate. She loved the activities that were planned. The rooms were clean and comfortable. Her only reason for leaving was for herdeclining health. I would recommend this facility for your loved ones.
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