Glacier Hills

1200 Earhart Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
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(1 review)


To Reach a Resident
(734) 769-6410
For Pricing & Availability
(855) 866-5561

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About Glacier Hills

Welcome to Glacier Hills, a medium-sized continuing care retirement community in Ann Arbor, MI. Glacier Hills is located at 1200 Earhart Rd, and offers assisted living services for older adults.

If you’re assessing whether a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) is right for you, Seniorly Gerontologists have created a Care Needs Calculator to support families in their search for the right type of community. CCRC residents may start out living independently in their own house or apartment and then, as they age and require more care, move to assisted living suites, where they'll have access to 24-hour non-medical care, and assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs). Many CCRCs also offer memory care for residents with Alzheimer's or dementia diagnoses. This arrangement not only allows residents to stay in familiar environments as they age, it can also help keep couples together. If one partner requires assisted living or memory care, the other will still be able to live with them or right next door. Residents can take advantage of activities to suit everyone from active older adults to those who need more daily care. To learn more about what it’s like to be a member of this community, read our family and resident reviews of Glacier Hills.

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More About Glacier Hills

A serene 34-acre campus in the cultural and cosmopolitan heart of southeast Michigan, Glacier Hills is Ann Arbor’s only choice for true Life Care retirement living. For over 40 years Glacier Hills has both pioneered and continually renewed its commitment to offer a premier senior lifestyle through transformative change.

Begin your life’s journey anew by exploring the enriching lifestyle at Glacier Hills, where service and care delivery options are tailored to meet your needs – both today, and as your journey continues.

The Meadows’ stunning villa and apartment homes offer the ultimate in worry-free, maintenance-free living. Newly updated in 2012, The Manor is the perfect setting for those who value their independence, plus the added support of assisted living when a little extra help is needed. The brand new Care & Rehabilitation Center houses a state-of-the-art therapeutic recovery program, assuring a speedy and safe return home following illness or injury.

Glacier Hills Outpatient Rehabilitation Department and Caring Partners Home Health offer unprecedented levels of continued support to ensure that every individual experiences their highest possible level of recovery.

And in 2014, The Life Enrichment Center and Eva’s House introduced a new level of assisted living dedicated to memory care.

The Wellness Connection is a fitness center that offers a holistic approach and whole-person wellness concepts into your wellness journey.

Amenities at Glacier Hills

Care services

Activities of daily living assistance
Transportation arrangement
Medication management
Meal preparation and service

Non-care services

Housekeeping and linen services
Transportation arrangement (non-medical)
Community operated transportation
Fitness programs
Community-sponsored activities
Resident-run activities

Room amenities

Private bathrooms
Wifi
Kitchenettes
Licensing
Glacier Hills is licensed by the state of MI. Visit the state licensing website for more information.

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Reviews at Glacier Hills

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(1 review)
Mariel T
If you care about your family, do not send them to this place. My mom just survived a brain aneurysm 3 weeks back. She was airlifted to U of M hospital where they saved her life. The last three weeks she has fought hard to recover. This place had a representative that came and convinced us that it is '5 star' overstaffed facility, where she would receive the best care and rehabilitation. This was a lie. She waited the first 3 hours before anyone came in to admit her. By this time it was 8:30pm. I left thinking they would take care of her. By 2 am she had to go back to UofM emergency because she couldn't breathe. No one had suctioned her. No one there bothered to call me or my two sisters to tell us of this happening. I came in at 12:30pm after her being brought back at 10:30 am. Finding her not hooked up to her oxygen, the (super loud) machine off, no water in it. Her feeding tube, still full, not hooked to her marked as opened at 9pm the night before. Her call button on a table 4 feet from her reach. Her feet, legs, and gown covered in feces. I push the call button and no one comes to see about it for 20 minutes. I start to look around to find who is here working. One lady is playing on her phone in front of a computer, the other just coming from eating lunch. The later comes in and doesn't know why her machine is off, how long, or who shut it off. Never even recognizes that my mom has poop all over herself. After her excuses, the head nurses excuses, and threats of retaliation from the insurance companies if I removed her, I finally see the staff doctor, wearing a UofM white doctors coat, she says she will arrange for her to go back to U of M. Back at the emergency now my mom is broken in her spirit to fight and wishes that she could just be let to die. Now I have to figure out a new place for her to go. My advice would be to avoid this place, or suffer the pain of watching your loved one be degraded, and made to feel like their life is not worth living. Unbelievable that someone can go from such a great come back to having their spirit brought down in less than 24hrs. Also, no pillow case on her pillow, and they gave her a glass of ice water knowing she cannot eat or drink right now. Never seen the cena worker use gloves, only the head nurse who came in to threaten me.
December 2018

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About the Glacier Hills area

Ann Arbor is located in washtenaw County in Michigan. Explore nearby Ann Arbor attractions and important features, like local hospitals and places of worship. Below, we've gathered local sites of interest that are close to Glacier Hills, and which might help you decide on a new home for your loved one.
Restaurants and cafes
Plan for Sunday brunch or grab a cup o' Joe together by seeing which restaurants are conveniently close to Glacier Hills.
  • Starbucks (2.4 mi)
  • Starbucks (2.7 mi)
  • Panera Bread (3.1 mi)
Physicians and health care
We know that you have your loved one's health in mind: explore the hospitals, doctors, clinics, and skilled nursing facilities close to Glacier Hills.
  • East Ann Arbor Health and Geriatrics Center (1.3 mi)
  • VA Ann Arbor Dermatology and Sleep Services (1.5 mi)
  • VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System (1.7 mi)
Parks and walking trails
Time spent outdoors is important to our wellbeing. See which local parks and trails are close to Glacier Hills.
  • Gallup Canoe Livery (1.3 mi)
  • Gallup Park (1.4 mi)
  • Furstenberg Nature Area (1.5 mi)
Pharmacies
Stay on top of medications and refills with nearby pharmacies to help fill your prescriptions.
  • CVS Pharmacy (1.2 mi)
  • Walgreens (2.3 mi)
  • Clark Professional Pharmacy (2.5 mi)
Transportation
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  • Ann Arbor Station (3.2 mi)

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