University Living in Ann Arbor
University Senior Living is conveniently located just off the I-94 Expressway, close to Briarwood Mall, the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and a variety of restaurants, independent shops, art galleries and the University of Michigan Museum of Art. University Senior Living in Ann Arbor is situated on South Main Street, just next door to the Daycroft Montessori School.
There are over 300 dining destinations within a 20-mile radius of Ann Arbor with options that include mom-and-pop bistros, the world-famous Zingerman’s Deli, and contemporary fine dining. Seniors enjoy an array of festivals, sporting events and community activities such as the Ann Arbor Art Fair, University of Michigan football and the Ann Arbor Folk Festival.
Though we are right in the heart of it all, our campus is peaceful and secure and nestled in a mixed-use area with professional businesses, schools, shops and residences. The rear portion of the property features a paved walking trail surrounded by lush lawns, serene trees and a pond, perfect for connecting with nature. Our easy-to-navigate, three-floor building is constructed around shared community spaces and a central dining room.
People with Purpose
Our associates know their work is more than just a job; it is an opportunity to combine individual talents with a passion to serve others. We honor the uniqueness of each individual and embrace a personal and professional purpose for our lives. A commitment to our core values, highly effective leadership and strong teamwork are top priorities at each Provision Living community
We work closely with the University of Michigan as well as Eastern Michigan University to bring people together in a supportive, inspirational and education environment. Student groups such as University of Michigan’s “Companions Through the Ages” work with our seniors on a regular basis to cultivate joy, companionship and purpose. Eastern Michigan University’s Therapeutic Recreation program connects students in the curriculum with senior living communities to promote new skills for daily living.
At University Living, we focus on quality of life for each elder. Program coordinators work closely with residents and family members to create a caregiving strategy that takes the individual’s needs and desires into account, while remaining flexible as needs change. University Senior Living’s Respite Care program assists families when short-term care is needed during vacation, business trips, or when a caretaker simply requires some time away. Some seniors have also used a short-term stay to ensure University Senior Living is a good fit for them on a permanent basis.