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Your Home, Your Stories

We hear so many stories of happy residents and their families. They’re glad they chose Royal Atrium Inn, and they want to tell you why. Here are some of their stories:

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“Life is good here.”

— Fred

After a few falls, it was clear Fred needed to live somewhere with healthcare assistance if needed. Fred found a welcoming Assisted Living community at Royal Atrium Inn, and his wife enjoys the freedom of retirement with an apartment at Royal Park Place, the Independent Living community located on the same campus.

“Knowing she was where people cared—that was wonderful.”

— Karen and Alma

Alma jumped right in to retirement life at our sister community, Royal Park Place. But after a hospital stay she received extra help recovering at Royal Atrium Inn, and decided to make our campus her permanent home.

“I’ve made new friends.”

— Rika

Rika spent a lot of time looking for just the right place to live, but she knew she found it when she visited Royal Atrium Inn. Not only does she take advantage of exercise classes and activities, but she’s expanded her social circle.

“I feel at home here.”

— Dennis

Dennis knew he needed more help as he got older, so he moved to Royal Atrium Inn. After years in the hospitality business, he felt at home with the attention to detail he found at Royal Atrium Inn.

“The people here are exceptionally nice.”

— Henry and Ruth

Henry and Ruth met in college and experienced many of life’s milestones together, including making the move to Assisted Living at Royal Atrium Inn. They found an active community with compassionate staff—and a beautiful view out their window.

“It’s a great thing to be here.”

— Russell

As Russell’s healthcare needs progressed, his family knew he needed to move somewhere where he could get assistance. He loves the food and the people, and his family feels peace, knowing someone would check on Russell’s health when they couldn’t be there.

“I couldn't think of a better place to live.”

— Ed

Ed lived in a lovely independent living community in the Ann Arbor area, but his need for assistance had increased, and his family to keep him close. The family researched 10 different Assisted Living communities before finding Royal Atrium Inn.