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Expert Senior Living Advisors from A Place for Mom can help direct you to Assisted Living communities. Together, we will find the perfect fit for your loved one, and we will provide direction and support as needed. We partner with 120 Assisted Living facilities in Montgomery County and the surrounding area, so there are many options to choose from. A Place for Mom is the largest senior living referral service in North America, and we can help you make a good choice at no cost to you.

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Miller Farm Place

8130 Miller Farm Lane, Centerville, OH 45458

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Miller Farm Place is homelike and comfortable and provides our residents with exceptional assisted living services just south of Dayton, Ohio. We are located in a quiet tree-lined neighborhood yet are very close to shopping and dining options in the area. Residents can enjoy shopping at Normandy...

Symphony of Centerville

7383 Paragon Rd, Centerville, OH 45459

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Symphony of Centerville is the new standard of excellence in memory care for those who are experiencing memory loss. Our Life 2.0 memory care program uses a unique approach to caring for those with memory loss. Rather than rely on pre-determined activities each day, our Life 2.0 program engages...

Elmcroft of Washington Township

8630 Washington Church Road, Miamisburg, OH 45342

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EXTRA PRECAUTIONS FOR ADDED REASSURANCEWhile the COVID-19 vaccine has been proven safe and effective, we continue to ask residents and associates to follow basic wellness precautions including proper mask wearing in shared spaces. Learn more about how we’re working hard to return things to normal...

Brighton Gardens of Washington Township

6800 Paragon Road, Woodbourne-Hyde Park, OH 45459

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Brighton Gardens provides Assisted Living in an apartment-style setting that offers the simple pleasures - nutritious food, comfortable surroundings, and the support of a warm, caring and competent staff. We offer a secure Memory Care neighborhood with a beautiful outdoor courtyard for residents...

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Laurelwood Assisted Living

3797 Summit Glen Dr, Dayton, OH 45449

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Laurelwood Assisted Living is an assisted living community with a special neighborhood for the Memory impaired located in Dayton, Ohio in Greene county. For seniors that enjoy nature, plants, and flowers, Laurelwood Senior Living is perfectly located. The Cox Arboretum and Gardens Metropark is...

Sycamore Glen Retirement Community

317 Sycamore Glen Dr, Miamisburg, OH 45342

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Tapestry Senior Living Springboro

8683 Clearcreek Franklin Road, Springboro, OH 45066

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AT TAPESTRY SENIOR LIVING SPRINGBORO, IT’S ALL ABOUT YOUAt Tapestry Springboro you’ll enjoy friendly neighbors to share common life experiences and an active community full of choices. In the privacy of your own apartment, which has been conveniently designed for senior living, you can welcome...

The Enclave of Springboro

355 W. Central Avenue, Springboro, OH 45066

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Located in a charming residential neighborhood near parks, golf courses, shopping and dining, The Enclave of Springboro is a senior living community offering Assisted Living and Memory Care. This vibrant community provides older adults with the benefits of a simplified lifestyle, as well as...

The Wellington at Dayton

2656 West Alex Bell Pike, Dayton, OH 45459

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Take flight for the good life at The Wellington at Dayton, where desired amenities and convenient services make everyday living comfortable and exciting for seniors. Thoughtfully designed one- and two-bedroom floor plans and myriad recreational and social opportunities provide our residents with...

River Oaks Alzheimer's Special Care Center

2961 W Spring Valley, Miamisburg, OH 45342

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The Carlyle House

3490 Far Hills Ave, Dayton, OH 45429

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The Carlyle House is an assisted living community located in Kettering, Ohio, in beautiful Montgomery County and home to just over 56,000 people. Kettering is a beautiful city in the Dayton area with lots of parks, walking trails, golf and recreational amenities Residents will enjoy getting out...

Brookdale Kettering (Now Offering HealthPlus)

280 Walden Way, Kettering, OH 45440

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Your Next Chapter Starts NowFrom the moment you set foot in your new home, you may feel a combination of emotions. Perhaps you feel a surge of relief. Or, let’s be honest, you might even feel a tad bit giddy.Why? Because this is the start of your next chapter. You’re ready to say goodbye to the...

HarborChase of Beavercreek

4175 Indian Ripple Rd, Beavercreek, OH 45440

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NOW OPEN and conveniently located minutes away from The Greene Town Center, HarborChase of Beavercreek provides unrivaled hospitality and classic elegance converged in a timeless setting of peaceful tranquility and unbridled enthusiasm. From the beautifully landscaped courtyards to the...

Brookdale Oakwood (Now Offering HealthPlus)

1701 Far Hills Avenue, Dayton, OH 45419

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A Place to ThriveFrom the moment you walk through our front door, you get the sense that this is more than a community. It’s a family.You’ll feel the warmth and kindness of our care team, hear the laughter of residents sharing a cup of coffee in the dining room, and spot dear friends walking...

Brookdale Beavercreek (Now Offering HealthPlus)

3839 Indian Ripple Road, Dayton, OH 45440

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From The Moment You Arrive, You’re HomeImagine what your life would look like if you could shed the everyday burdens of things like home maintenance, bill pay, and errands. Would you spend more time cultivating the hobbies you’ve always been curious to explore but never quite had time to dive...

Traditions of Beavercreek

800 Grayson Lane, Beavercreek, OH 45430

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Traditions of Beavercreek brings a desirable new senior living option to the residents of Beavercreek and greater Dayton. Our rolling and wooded 20 acre campus provides multiple living and care options, including independent living garden homes, assisted living and memory care residences.NOW...

Trinity Community Beavercreek

3218 Indian Ripple Rd, Beavercreek, OH 45440

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Welcome to Trinity Community of Beavercreek! We are a vibrant and welcoming neighborhood of active seniors who have found a place we proudly call home. Whether you seek maintenance-free residential living, some assistance with daily tasks, long-term health care or short-term rehabilitation,...

10 Wilmington Place

10 Wilmington Avenue, Dayton, OH 45420

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For 30 years, 10 Wilmington Place has been one of Dayton's premier senior living communities and has remained family owned since opening in 1986. Situated on 34 acres of historic beauty in one of Dayton's classic neighborhoods, 10 Wilmington Place offers a wide range of services and amenities at...

Optimized Senior Living

150 Rough Way Bld 400, Lebanon, OH 45036

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Preserve at Beavercreek NOW OPEN

2580 Hibiscus Way, Dayton, OH 45431

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Jerry Erwin’s dedication to seniors and those with memory loss started when his own mother, Margaret, developed Alzheimer’s disease. She lived with the disease for over 7 years. Following her passing, Jerry soon realized there was a tremendous need for specialized dementia care within specialized...

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Assisted Living in Montgomery County

What Is Assisted Living?

Assisted living communities offer basic, everyday living services to seniors. Depending on the location, services provided can include bathing, dressing, medication management, meals and transportation. Some communities also have exercise programs, regular cultural outings and other fun activities designed to engage the mind and body. Its important to remember that most assisted living communities do not offer 24-hour intensive health care, which is a common service offered at nursing homes. However, they do offer daily services designed to keep your parent safe and healthy. Also, they are generally very proficient at helping residents remain as active as they wish to choose to be and build new personal connections.


What Services Are Available?

Assisted living communities offer many services to residents, although individual options differ by community. Many offer the following:

  • Outdoor and indoor common areas
  • Complimentary transportation
  • Private areas
  • Onsite and offsite activities
  • Meals
  • Offsite devotional services
  • House cleaning services
  • Basic personal care assistance
  • Visiting professionalls

Some may also offer Alzheimer’s care services, medication administration, onsite beauticians and other assistance. You will need to contact us and tour various communities to learn more about the specific amenities and assistance they provide.


What Are ADLs and IADLs?

If you’ve encountered the term Activities of Daily Living or the acronym ADL during your time finding out about senior care choices for your family member, you might be unsure precisely what this means. Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) refer to the essential activities individuals must be able to carry out to look after him or herself. There are six basic ADLs sometimes referred to as BADLs that are measured when finding out a persons capability to function independently:

  1. Having the ability to feed oneself
  2. Bathing and showering without assistance
  3. Continence or having the ability to control ones bladder and bowels
  4. Fully clothing oneself, including fastening closures
  5. Using the toilet and washing oneself
  6. Having functioning mobility, including walking and transferring from one place to another

If an individual struggles to perform a number of of these activities, it often becomes apparent that he or she can no longer live alone. When living at an assisted living community, among the primary roles of the staff is to ensure seniors get help completing any ADLs they cannot perform by themselves.

In addition to the six basic Activities of Daily Living, it is also very important to families to evaluate their loved ones capability to complete Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs). While these activities aren’t as needed for survival as BADLs, they remain necessary actions for a person to live by itself. These activities include:

  • Housekeeping and cleaning
  • Doing laundry
  • Managing finances
  • Taking prescribed medicine
  • Preparing meals
  • Transportation
  • Grocery shopping
  • Using communication equipment

While not being able to perform IADLs does not necessarily indicate that the individual is looking for more constant care, they typically indicate that the person might be suffering from a physical or cognitive decline and are no longer in a position to safely live alone.


How Do I Tour Assisted Living Communities?

It is smart to tour several assisted living communities before choosing the best one for your loved one. That way you will discover what choices are out there and will have an easier time narrowing down your alternatives. Call or contact A Place for Mom and we will help you setup a tour. Below are a few of the top questions you should be ready to ask during your tour:

  • What kind of training and knowledge do your personnel have?
  • Can your staff administer medication?
  • What’s the staff-to-resident ratio?
  • Any kind of outdoor spaces residents can enjoy?
  • What apartment types are available and what exactly are their costs?
  • Is there a nurse on-site 24/7?
  • What’s your discharge plan?
  • Will your policy require an initial assessment before entrance?
  • Is there a wait list? If so, how many are currently on it?
  • What exactly are your payment and billing plans and procedures?
  • Do you include all options in the monthly charge? If not, how much are extra services?
  • What are the current residents like?

You should also consider any residents you speak to while you’re there. Do they seem content and are they looked after well? Are the staff members friendly and engaged? Are the interior and outdoor areas held clean and tidy? Is the food nutritious and of good quality?


How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Montgomery County?

The average cost for assisted living services in Montgomery County ranges between $ to $. Some assisted living communities may charge more or less than this, depending on their individual pricing policies, communities and care services offered. There can also be one-time charges or fees as well as the regular monthly rate.


Does Medicare Pay for Assisted Living?

If you’re considering Medicare as an option to cover assisted living, you need to know it just provides short-term care, such as for example in-house therapy for a brief period of time as recommended by a doctor, or short rehabilitation stays at a nursing home. It does not pay for any of the following types of senior care:

  • Residential care homes
  • Long-term nursing home care
  • Assisted living communities
  • Any kind of long-term care

You will find more information about Medicare here.


Assisted Living Inspections and Ratings in Montgomery County

When making an informed decision about which senior living community to choose, its important to learn as much as you can about the community’s reputation and adherence to regulations. The simple accessing public records for assisted living communities varies by state. Fortunately, Ohio’s records are highly accessible. The state offers another searchable online data source that shows licensing and regulation data for communities in Montgomery County and through the entire state. Ohio is one of a few states that cannot assess fines against assisted living communities. The state database may not include inspection information or mention regulatory activities taken against communities.

How To Access Records
Searching for public assisted living center records in Ohio is very easy. Simply do the following:

  1. Search for assisted living provider records on Ohio’s Health communities Division website.
  2. Select Residential Care or Assisted Living from the search form under provider type.
  3. Review the results.

Ohio’s Long Term Consumer Guide has a numbered grading system and other details about providers based on inspections.


What Are the Signs Its Time for Assisted Living?

It can be hard to know when its time to take your family member to an assisted living community. The answer differs for everyone, but below are a few signs your senior parent or other family member may need care beyond what you can offer:

  • You feel excessive stress: Caring for a loved one can put a whole lot of strain on your time, emotions and resources. In the event that you feel like you can no longer handle the high level of stress in your life, it could be time to start searching for senior living communities in your area.
  • You are concerned about your loved ones safety: If your property is more than one story and you worry about your family member falling down the stairs, it might be time to relocate to a far more secure area where its simple to get from one place to another. You may also worry about your ability to view over your loved one if he or she develops physical or mental medical issues. If you feel inadequate as a caregiver, it may be time to research assisted living communities.
  • Increased agitation: It isn’t uncommon for those with Alzheimer’s to be unpredictable in their behavior. Should this happen, its time to think about placement.
  • Wandering: When Alzheimer’s advances to later stages, wandering is normally common. You may eventually think it is impossible to maintain a watchful eye on your senior family member long enough to prevent her or him from getting lost or ending up in a dangerous scenario.
  • Sundowning: People who have Alzheimer’s frequently suffer from a condition called Sundowners syndrome, which refers to agitated behavior that worsens in the evening. This behavior may take a toll on the mental, psychological and physical health of family caregivers.

If you start to feel any symptoms of resentment, anger or ill feelings toward your family member, its time to understand you may not be able to supply the loving and capable care he or she needs any longer. Fortunately, there are senior living communities that help decrease your burden and present your family member basic day-to-day care and opportunities for socialization.


How Do I Choose the Right Community?

Choosing a senior living community is an important decision that will have a big effect on your daily life. The more you find out about quality living communities in your town, the easier it’ll be for you to find one that will suit your aging mother or father well. Here are some suggestions for getting a community that you and your loved one can feel good about:

  • Think about your parents preferences instead of your own: Its normal to look for a community that matches your preferences and tastes, but keep in mind, you wont be the one living there. Look at different communities through the eye of your mother or father and choose one that he or she will be most comfortable in.
  • Don’t decide alone: You shouldn’t shoulder the entire burden of obtaining a living destination for your senior mother or father on your own. Talk to other family members and friends to obtain recommendations and feedback about various locations. You may also talk to a Senior Living Advisor at A Place for Mom to get more information about communities in your area.
  • Choose a community which will meet your parents needs: If your parent has a health condition that will require special care, make sure you choose a community that’s equipped to have the level of care necessary to maintain a good quality of life.
  • Give yourself time to make a decision: Usually, family caregivers have sufficient time to decide on the right living destination for a parent, therefore don’t make the mistake of jumping into a contract too quickly. Give yourself enough time you should thoroughly research different communities so you feel reassured and more comfortable with your eventual selection.
  • Browse the fine print: Most assisted living contracts are fairly transparent and simple to understand, but some can include vocabulary that you don’t fully understand. Its wise to thoroughly review the agreement with a legal professionall before signing to be sure you understand it completely. You should also take some period to examine the contract for hidden fees.

A Place for Mom will help you discover the various assisted living communities in Montgomery County so you can make the best decision about your loved ones living destination. We’ve helped over in the Montgomery County area and we can help your loved ones too.

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Sycamore Glen Retirement Community, HarborChase of Beavercreek and Trinity at Fairborn are the top rated assisted living facilities near Montgomery County, Ohio. See full list of communities.

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