Otterbein Portage Valley
20311 Pemberville Road Pemberville OH 43450
Otterbein Portage Valley community for assisted living affords one the ability to enjoy peaceful walks along one of the many trails or relax next to a pond. That is not all, as a senior citizen in need of memory care, you get to meet interesting people at the clubhouse to engage in a game of cards. Then again, you may want to create something unique when tending your garden or putting something special together in the wood workshop, which happens to be a great mental activity for individuals suffering from dementia.
There are no worries here in terms of getting undivided attention should you need medical assistance at any time of the night or during daytime. What is more, senior citizens and those who have to cope with Alzheimer's can look forward to:
Games and numerous activities at the Enrichment Center which are all great tools for encouraging occupational therapy
Card tournaments that proves to be a great form of speech therapy due to the wholesome interaction
Listening to thought provoking topics on nature, health and history done by guest speakers
Parties and music galore
Worship services and prayer groups
Transportation that is scheduled at specific times
The main focus at Otterbein is about staying healthy and being happy within oneself to live the kind of life you've always dreamed of living. Take time out to see what makes the Otterbein Portage Valley so unique.
Pricing at Otterbein Portage Valley
*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.
Community Details at Otterbein Portage Valley
Senior Housing Types Provided at Otterbein Portage Valley
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