Affordable Alternative in Senior Living
Wondering more about what it’s like to live at Arbor North? Below are some questions that are frequently asked by potential residents and families. We are always happy to sit down with you too, to discuss more about Arbor North Semi-Assisted Living. Contact us today to begin the conversation.
3000 Kingsbrook Dr.
Jackson, MI 49202
What are the benefits of living at Arbor North?
In many ways Arbor North offers more privacy than a home care option. We are available to assist you as needed but ultimately you are free to live undisturbed in your personal apartment with your own private telephone, television, bath, and kitchen.
Living at Arbor North will free you from the worry of housework, utility bills, and cooking. If you are currently housebound, you can enjoy the freedom of transportation and the ability to participate in various activities.
Whether you prefer solitude or enjoy social functions, Arbor North provides options to experience either path.
Arbor North offers regular transportation services to local shopping centers, medical appointments, planned activities and events.
Arbor North is always open to visitors, however, our residents tend to wind down early in the evening so we suggest that guests drop-by between 8 am and 6 pm.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Aid and Attendance pensions are non-service-connected pensions, which are for veterans whose disability or death was not caused by or aggravated in the line of duty in the active military. These pensions are not to be confused with VA service-connected disability compensation payments, which are for veterans whose disability was caused by an illness or combat-related injury while in the line of duty in the active military. Surviving spouses of wartime service veterans are also eligible for this pension.