About Our Community
Emeritus at Brighton is nestled between businesses and residences giving us a rural, warm feeling. The property is located only 1/2 mile from the heart of town, making it far enough away to be out of the bustle and noise, yet close enough for convenience. We are located very near two major freeways, I-96 and US 23. Emeritus at Brighton is right in the heart of this quaint little town. There are many little shops and boutiques to visit. There are a variety of restaurants and Brighton’s main attraction, the beautiful Mill Pond. Emeritus at Brighton offers studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom senior apartments. We have several different styles to choose from. Our building is ranch-style so all apartments and amenities are conveniently located on one floor.
Strong, Caring Relationships
We have wonderful relationships with area hospitals, doctors and rehab centers such as University of Michigan and St. Josephs Mercy hospitals, Caretel, Medilodge and Howell Care Center Rehabilitation and Visiting Physicians. This makes for easy transitions and less worries for our residents and their families.
Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful, Active Lifestyle
Our activity senior living community offers a wide variety of opportunities to uplift, encourage and strengthen the physical, spiritual and intellectual well being of all of our residents. We offer such things as daily exercise, brain healthy games, church services and much more. At Emeritus at Brighton, each day is filled with laughter and life. We have many activities that not only enrich our residents’ minds but raise their spirits. We also have a new van that our residents use for errands and activities such as “ride about town” and trips to the ice cream parlor.
Partnering with the Community
Emeritus at Brighton holds and sponsors a variety of events in and about our senior living community. We sponsor educational seminars and a host of motivational speakers that enrich the lives of not only our residents but our community. Emeritus at Brighton is very active in our community volunteering and sponsoring such events as Walk for Warmth, Senior Power Day and this year’s Smokin Jazz festival which will attract over 30,000 people.