Rose family helps expand Novi Campus

The Rose family, of the Edward Rose & Sons company, donated $500,000 to support the expansion of services at Ascension Providence Hospital, Novi Campus. This includes an orthopedics growth initiative and the addition of an outpatient Senior Assessment for Independent Living (SAIL) Center, named for the Rose family.

Edward Rose & Sons is a real estate development and management company based in Bloomfield Hills. Rose Senior Living, a division of Edward Rose & Sons, has partnered with the health system and the city of Novi to create a senior living community on the Novi Campus. The 182 living units include 69 independent, 75 assisted living and 38 memory care units.

The Rose Family Senior Assessment for Independent Living Center is a separate initiative than the senior living community. It is the west region counterpart to The Wilson Center: Senior Resources for Independent Living in Grosse Pointe. The centers offer comprehensive, multidisciplinary evaluations and treatment plans for complex, elderly patients with signs of cognitive impairment and/or functional decline in daily living activities. Evaluations are performed in a single location with one appointment, eliminating the need to see multiple practitioners in different places or times.

Studies have indicated that utilizing a senior center can result in significant improvements in seniors’ quality of life and independence. The American Geriatrics Society recommends comprehensive geriatric assessments for patients at high risk of hospitalization or nursing home placement, those with impairments in daily living activities or experiencing age-related conditions such as falls, incontinence, dementia and more.