10 Wilmington Place is a stunning, one-of-a-kind community where historic charm and natural beauty meet contemporary living. Family-owned and operated for over three decades, our community is as welcoming as it is exceptional. Fully renovated in the 1980s and now on the National Register of Historic Places, our stately brick building resides on a sprawling 34-acre, park-like campus. Our spacious apartments come in a variety of floor plans and retain historic appeal while featuring modern updates. Unique amenities set us apart from other senior living communities. We provide a continuum of care across multiple levels, including memory care, providing special attention to each of our resident’s health and well-being. Our community is a great choice for seniors who seek a high-standard of living in a beautiful setting, with numerous opportunities to engage with friends. We’re proud to hear visitors say how happy our residents look, as they enjoy the premier lifestyle of our community. You’ll feel the difference of family-owned senior living when you come see our unique, charming community for yourself.
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We had a great tour with 10 Wilmington Place, but the facility itself was too large and that would not be a good fit for my mom.
The community is very nice and the staff is very nice. They have activities available for the residents to participated in and overall the value is good. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.
I would recommend the community. I would suggest you getting things in writing first. They promised to work with us at first with my loved one's diet and then they weren't willing to once we moved in. The community is willing to work with us now to assist our loved one's with their diet.
Food quality and choices SIGNIFICANTLY declining. Charged for services on itemized bill that are not provided. Refused refund. Non-admin staff is excellent. Independent living apartments don't control heat or air-conditioning -- only the thermostat temperature setting. Staff doesn't like it if run the apartment fan. They rely on older seniors hating to move. My name is not given for fear of retribution toward my relative.
Response from 10 Wilmington PlaceApril 29, 2021
10 Wilmington Place has an Award Winning Executive Chef and we pride ourselves on maintaining excellent food quality in addition to offering residents a variety. Our chef meets with residents monthly and is always willing to try new items and recipes as they suggest. Our monthly rates are all inclusive which means housekeeping services are included in the services we provide. As a Senior Living Community we have been focused on the safety of our residents and staff members throughout the pandemic. We have been following guidelines for our industry set forth by the CDC and Governor DeWine. We have communicated regularly to residents with their safety and well-being at the forefront of our policies. Our goal is to provide a unique senior living experience and we strive for residents to be happy, satisfied and engaged in the community. Our owners welcome communication from residents and family members. 10 Wilmington Place recently received the "2021 Best of Senior Living Award".
I would suggest to keep looking at other communities for your loved one. The family doesn't get any updates about our loved one. If I call the staff is not able to give me any answers. The community didn't let me know about the doctor visiting my loved one or the changes in the medication they receive. It sounds as thought my loved one is getting only minimal assistance in the assisted living community. My loved one has told me that they hardly see the staff or anyone else. I am really disappointed as I thought we had a fabulous place for our loved.
Response from 10 Wilmington PlaceJanuary 16, 2021
10 Wilmington Place does not take your disappointment lightly and we are also disappointed your loved one and family had an unfavorable experience. If you have not already done so, please feel free to reach out to our management team to discuss your concerns. If your loved one is still under our care, we hope they are now experiencing the exceptional care many of our families have noted in nominating 10 Wilmington Place for the “2021 Best of Senior Living” Award by SeniorAdvisor.com and A Place for Mom.
We actually went to the facility itself and had a video tour in the conferrence room. Here we were able to go into an empty apartment in independant living which is very similar to the assisted living apartments. Here they actually suggested mom try the independent living with the addition of an onsite homecare option, and if that proved inadequate she could move to assisted when available. They thought mom sounded like a good fit for that as she is largely independant. This is a large community on beautiful grounds. This was mom's first choice.
I think the services are great. The staff are all really good at what they do. Everyone seems to be well informed and consistent will the care. As far as the COVOD-19, I feel they have been really proactive and outstanding. The community's biggest limitation is the food plan. They lost their chef, and the quality has changed. I think the food is really important to the residents. I am hoping this improves.
I have to say that we were doubtful about the idea of moving my dad away from home, but I am very comfortable with him being there and I don't worry about him at all anymore. In fact, my mom with be moving into the independent living soon and they will then be in the same building and can have meals and go to activities together. I also like that they offer the continuum of care. The environment is gorgeous and they have the ability to get outside on the beautiful porch as well, The people who work there are so nice and I am included in his care and I always know what is going on. I should add, the residents there seem so happy. I have never heard them say one negative word about the community. We are very pleased with our choice!
Lovely facility. My aunt can not afford it...but my mother would love it here if she ever needs residential care.
maybe, may look into it later, This is an old building and does not have in-apartment washer and dryer. Cable and internet not included and the fee is 2000. Sounds like a fun place. .
Both [name removed]and I really liked this place. Dad seemed interested as well. Dads only concern is the price. That and he just doesn't think he is ready, though we have discussed many times, I think it is starting to make sense to him. Of course he has to talk with his lady friend, she is a bit more stubborn than he is.
I met with [name removed]. She is awesome and I love the community. I think my parents would love it here if they chose to move here. This is a place I would like for them to visit before deciding on a place to live. It kind of reminds me of life on a cruise ship and I love cruise ships. You have hallways, cabins, a restaurant to eat in, or you can get room service, there are lots of activities. There is something for everyone based on what they like to do.
We toured with [name removed]. Very clean and lovely facility. The residents seemed very happy.
A lovely place. Excellent menu. Pendant call system, facility has lots of extras. Excellent activity schedule. Rooms are spacious with kitchens. Kind of hard to figure out exact cost because of add-ons for laundry, WiFi, extra meals, etc. They have no respite.
After touring various facilities in the area, Wilmington Place appeared to be the best choice for my family member. The staff is super friendly and helpful and they remember you! They check on residents if they don't attend a meal, which offers me peace of mind. The facility is clean and well cared for. The dinners and buffet on Sunday are good, provide options and are appropriately sized for portion control. And there are lots of activities for the residents to keep them moving and socializing, if they choose to, which I love! Although I would recommend the location to friends, I would preface it with some advice. The price quoted initially was not what it ended up being. This differed by hundreds of dollars, as each unit location apparently is priced differently but was not fully disclosed during my search. I would also note to recommend finalizing the price before providing your family member's financials, as I felt like that impacted the price once disclosed. Many of the ancillary costs like cable, food and other items are not flexible and seem a little high for the value. And although breakfast is provided as part of the package, in my opinion, the options are not healthy choices and cannot be deducted from the price charged monthly if the resident opts out. Because my loved one has diabetes, they now typically make their own breakfasts to reduce sugar and carbs, which seems like a financial loss in what they pay monthly. This was a big transition for my family member, having lived alone for many years. So some of these comments are based on both of our assessments since moving in and could be simply just a change in their lifestyle. After some time living there I am sure these concerns will lessen as many residents have been there for years and appear to be happy and well cared for. The good news is my family member met, and made, some friends in just a few short weeks from entering the facility and appears to be happy overall, so I am satisfied with the decision we made.
10 Wilmington Place is a horrible place and I would not recommend it to anyone. My husband was asked to leave. He is now at River Oaks which I am very happy with
Response from 10 Wilmington PlaceNovember 15, 2018
Unfortunately, there are very rare occasions when a resident does not successfully adjust to living in our community setting. In those extraordinary situations, we do our best to help the family find an appropriate facility for their loved one’s unique situation. Like the family members involved, we as owners feel incredibly disappointed when we have to ask a resident to move, and it is only done when we have exhausted all possibilities of caring for the resident in our community. We do our best to deliver the highest quality care to all of our residents, and feel that is reflected in our Perfect Score from the Ohio Department of Health in 2018.
Beautiful facility, ALOT of natural light. Rooms are spacious and priced very reasonable.
Loved the facilities and some of the unique amenities. Disappointed that two bathroom and in apartment laundry rooms were not options. Overall excellent place!
My sister has recently made the move into this community and I could have not picked a better place for her too go. The staff are absolutely amazing and I am comfortable with the care she has been receiving. She has really been enjoying the dinning experience with the other residents as well as the activity program. This place has made a world of difference in her attitude and she is very happy with the outcome.
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