1150 W Market Street, Akron, OH 44313
Ohio Living consistently exceeds the needs and expectations of those we serve. We believe in serving the whole person, and as such, we offer a myriad of services and activities that elevate the senior living experience. Our community is dedicated to fostering the diverse faiths and religions of all residents, and we employ staff from various faith traditions and backgrounds. It is with this diversity that we all can find strength, a diversity which allows us to help residents walk confidently in their faith.
We offer assisted living and memory care options on our beautiful 15-acre, park-like campus set in a historical neighborhood. Our convenient location gives residents the opportunity to explore the wonders of the local natural area while also remaining close to the local community.
Our community programs keep residents engaged as much as possible, like our technological program, “It’s Never 2 Late,” which operates on the belief that it’s never too late for seniors to learn high-tech computer systems. Whether they are connecting with family through emails or improving hand-eye coordination, we want residents to know they have a rightful place in our growing world.
Ohio Living delights in enabling residents to live their life...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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A great assisted living with a beautiful new building. Many of the staff have been there forever and seem to take great pride in their work.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
toured and was not very pleased felt the whole facility is outdated,and needs alot of improvement. the bathrooms are very small that you cant even put a bench or chair in, and everything is very old. felt the rooms are very small if a two person is moving in not enough room, okay for a one person.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My Dad was placed here for the last 3 weeks of his life. He was on hospice and on a lot of pain meds to ease the pain of his cancer. A lot of the nursing staff did not seem to understand his needs with medicine. They would take 30 minutes to an hour to answer him pushing his button. Sometimes not come at all. He fell in the bathroom and pulled the cord. No one came. When our hospice worker ordered more pain meds to keep him comfortable some of the nurses didn't understand and didn't want to give it to him. His last couple days the nurses would cop an attitude about giving him more. They said he's sleeping how do you know he needs medicine. If they had stayed in the room for a few minutes they could easily see he was not sleep. He knew what was going on all around him but could not talk. We would talk through eye brow raises and hand squeezes. This situation was hard enough and then to have the nurses treat you and their patient this way is not ok. I would not recommend this place to anyone. We did file a complaint with the health department and let's just say they had multiple complaints with the same issues. We did find out they were understaffed. Shame on them! There were a few nurses, God Bless them, that were amazing! But the bad ones outweigh the good ones.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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