Eva’s House Program at Huron Woods and The Care & Rehabilitation Center at Glacier Hills
Glacier Hills has been a leading provider of skilled nursing and rehabilitation, memory care, long-term care, hospice and supportive services since 1973.
Eva’s House Program at Huron Woods and The Care & Rehabilitation Center are integral parts of our highly acclaimed Glacier Hills campus, provide memory care assisted living and long-term care, skilled long-term care, hospice services as well as short-term rehabilitation. At Glacier Hills, we believe growing old is an individual process and aging is not an illness.
Most illnesses of aging are chronic and make carrying out activities of daily living difficult. Glacier Hills professionals are experienced in geriatric medicine assure the best and most advanced treatment protocols to our long-term care residents. Glacier Hills is proud of its historical collaboration with medical leadership which includes geriatric specialists and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation from the University of Michigan and St. Joseph Mercy Hospital.
Glacier Hills also enjoys collaborative relationships with the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University and Washtenaw Community College which continually improve resident care and enhance education through training and research. The Care & Rehabilitation Center, as a teaching nursing center, Glacier Hills remains on the cutting edge of rehabilitation and geriatric care.
Eva’s House Program at Huron Woods Dementia Capable Memory Care Program, is The Warchol Best Abilities Care ModelSM. The Warchol Best Abilities Care ModelSM provides the positive perspective and support to discover remaining abilities, engage unique personalities and interests, nurture the soul, and cultivate a life of quality for those at all stages of Alzheimer’s person-centered and abilities-focused assisted living and long-term care like nowhere else.
The Life Enrichment Center is the hub for activities designed for residents with memory loss. This 3,700 square foot Center is funded through the Campaign for Memory Care Excellence and it is the first of its kind in Michigan. The Center has abundant natural light and special spaces designed for cooking, crafts and art, indoor gardening, aviary enjoyment and music appreciation. The spaces open into a cathedral-roofed gallery with fireplace and fountain, and seating for group functions.