The veterans of World War II are the “greatest generation.” At American House, MI we go out of our way to ensure the veterans who live here are cherished and know that we appreciate the sacrifices they made for our country.

Because we want to take care of our American heroes and their families we have partnered with General Carol Ann Fausone, a long-time advocate for veterans. She served as Michigan’s Adjutant General of Veterans Affairs and served in the Air Force for thirty-six years.

General Fausone has helped many of our veteran residents apply for VA Aid and Assistance benefits and that’s allowed them to enjoy a worry-free lifestyle at American House MI.

Enjoy this Flag Day Ceremony video we made when we celebrated our veterans earlier this year.

Partnering with General Fausone means our communities are helping ensure our veterans received their well-deserved benefits.

The veterans who live at any of our six communities are cherished members of the community, have access to the delicious meals we serve, independent lifestyles and friendships fostered through activities and entertainment provided.

We understand that the veterans who live with us served our country and as they age we treat them with the respect they so richly deserve and that means continuing to live independent lives.

Here are some of the reasons we welcome veterans, and others, to our six senior living communities and why they enjoy being here.

  1. They are treated as individuals. Our residents have options and make choices throughout their day. We understand that making decisions has positive impacts on an older adults’ personality, beliefs and overall happiness.
  2. Residing in one of our communities means the residents have access to activities that keep them up, involved and active and that helps lead to a longer, healthier life.
  3. If you, or your loved one, is living in isolation that can lead to feelings of despair and hopelessness. Living in an American House MI senior living community means you don’t have to be alone or isolated.

Contact an American House community near you, take a tour and also ask about how you can connect with General Fausone to ensure you or your loved one is receiving the veterans’ benefits you, or they, have earned.

 American House was founded in 1979 to enrich the lives of seniors and their loved ones in an environment that fosters independence, compassion, quality services and meaningful relationships. We provide a wide range of senior living options, including independent living, independent living with assistance, memory care services provided by a third party, respite stays and hospice in Dearborn Heights, Farmington Hills, Rochester Hills, Sterling Heights and Westland.