2580 Hibiscus Way, Dayton, OH 45431
Here at Preserve at Beavercreek, we strive to help those with memory loss lead accomplished lives. While our community in Dayton, Ohio, is new, our experience with memory-related illness is well-seasoned by years of training and experience. Our thoughtfully-designed community is perfect for those prone to wandering. Designed like a circle, your loved one can continue to move throughout the day without the stress of safety concerns. To minimize stress for our residents, we provide an array of amenities, activities, and services. Everything one could ever need is right at home. You can rest assured that your loved one will find a compassionate friend in our diligently trained caregivers. Our staff is accredited by the Certified Dementia Practitioner program, giving us a head start when it comes to addressing our residents’ needs. Whatever the challenge, we stand hand in hand with residents to face it head on. To discover all that Preserve at Beavercreek has to offer, contact an A Place for Mom advisor today.
Our bright and elegant common spaces are next to none. Feelings of peace and tranquility are abundant as residents enjoy decadent meals in our dining room where the setting is...
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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The staff is wonderful. A very clean facility and great programs.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Moving Mom from her Assisted Living situation to Memory Care has been a true blessing. Her emotional state has improved significantly since she has moved to the Preserve at Beavercreek. In spite of her significant constraints, hearing, vision and memory function, at age 99 she is making friends, developing new routines , and appears to be adjusting well. And this is all despite rather significant turnover in leadership roles in the few months she has been there. The entire staff at the Preserve is trained and knowledgeable about how to support her dementia -- a key difference from Assisted Living, where some understood instinctively, but none were trained.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
I had been looking for a place for my wife with the help of "A Place for Mom". Preserve at Beavercreek was one of their recommendations. After reviewing several of the other recommendations, I settled on Preserve at Beavercreek for a number of reasons. It was a new facility only opening in a few weeks. But I was ready. My wife and I discussed what she wanted when the time was right. She said that the most important issues were her safety and a staff that would care for her with her dignity in mind. She also did not want to spend money on things she won't use. Preserve met her needs perfectly and was in a great location with easy access for the family to visit. Time can sneak up on you and it did for us. My wife knew that it was getting near long before I did. It was very difficult for me to face the fact that I could no longer safely care for the women I love. But the time had come and the Preserve staff made it a smooth transition. The LPNs and caregivers are well trained and very caring. They show dignity to those in their care and carry out their work safely. The Preserve at Beavercreek was the right decision for our family. My wife has adjusted to her new home and feels well cared for and safe.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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