70 Damon Road Cincinnati OH 45218
The Alois Alzheimer Center was established in 1987 as the first care center in the nation to specialize in working with those with Alzheimer's disease and/or related dementia. We offer a full continuum of care, from Assisted Living to Nursing Care to End of Life care. Our four distinct living environments and holistic approach to care allow us to maximize our resident's functional abilities while promoting accomplishment, control and a sense of belonging. The Alois Alzheimer Center is nestled on a beautiful seven acre wooded setting, that, when coupled with the therapeutic outdoor gardens, allow the residents of the Alois Center freedom to be outside and experience all the comforts of nature while remaining within the secured grounds. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of life and quality of care to your loved one.
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Not for us!
This community seemed like it was for residents that had other care needs besides Alzheimers. It seemed a bit depressing. It was clean and the people during our tour were nice. This community just did not...
We are happy with the staff at this community for my brother. He is always taken care of by the staff. The grounds and the rooms are very clean at all times. He is doing great at this community and we would...
Great place for my mom
I have heard that this is a great place for my mom. So, I researched and researched for places and always came back to the Alois. They seem to be most qualified and ideal. Highly recommend this place to friends...See all 13 community reviews
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