Often caregivers need a break to tend to their health needs and overall wellness. Short-term respite stays assist the caregiver in rejuvenating, finding time to address things they often put off and providing additional support - especially when family members live out of town.
To support caregivers, Huron Woods offers respite stays for persons with mild, moderate and advanced dementia. Huron Woods is a licensed home for the aged for persons with dementia located on the campus of St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor Hospital. Loved ones are cared for in a home-like setting with family-like care by a team of highly qualified staff.
Respite stays include:
Respite stays are typically 7-10 days, however extended stays are also available.
For additional information, please contact William Scott at 734-712-4051.
In 2011, Huron Woods received the American Health Care Assocation / National Center for Assisted Living Bronze Commitment to Quality Award. At the very core of these awards is Huron Woods immense dedication to improving the quality of life for those suffering from progressive memory loss.
The AHCA/NCAL Quality Award is modeled after criteria from the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, the nation's premier recognition for quality achievement. The Bronze award recognizes that the center has made a commitment to continuous quality and performance improvement. Once achieved, the designation is permanent.