Grand Village Assisted Living and Memory Care is a senior living community in Grandville, MI. Our purpose is to honor God by providing high quality senior lifestyle services that promote the value and dignity of every person. At our community, residents and family members will find a warm and inviting environment, with personalized services delivered in well appointed private residences. At Grand Village, we believe in Sharing Life’s Journey – meaning we all walk along with each other; resident, family and team member, to support and encourage each other in times of joy, loss, celebration and success.
Our community is designed intentionally to reflect the personality of its residents and staff. We strive to fill each day with engaging interaction, joyful conversation, tasty food and a variety of activities. Located minutes away from Rivertown Mall, downtown Grandville and Heritage Park – Grand Village is a small-town community tucked into a larger metro area. Come enjoy an afternoon in our quiet gardens or indulge a delicious meal from our professional culinary staff. We strive to live and work each day with purpose, and we’re grateful to Share Life’s Journey with you!
Every afternoon our residents gather together for coffee and conversation.
Baking is a great way to create and share memories while keeping our residents active and who doesn’t love freshly made baked goods?
Each Wednesday residents gather together for a weekly Bible study, and each Sunday we host a worship opportunity so residents can maintain their connection with their faith while remaining at home at Grand Village.
Pop the popcorn and turn down the lights! Friday night is movie night at Grand Village!
Celebrating birthdays is a favorite here at Grand Village. Each month we have a group birthday party to gather and reminisce on birthdays past and birthdays to come!
For those who may have increasing health needs and/or require a higher level of care than an individual can provide for themselves.
Specialized memory care services for those experiencing memory loss, Alzheimer’s or others forms of dementia.