4880 Tuttle Road, Dublin, OH 43017
Sanctuary at Tuttle Crossing is a modern assisted living community in the heart of Dublin, Ohio. From the moment you pull into our drive, you'll appreciate our sanctuary-like feel including the spacious outdoors and beautifully maintained landscaping. Our safe haven location is located just a few minutes from Route 33 and I-270, allowing you to remain close to your entire family.
Our residential senior community gives you the customized care you need. We have a well trained and experienced staff who are committed to meeting your individual needs. You'll find respect here. We'll ensure you get the comfort and safe environment you desire while also providing you with a positive social experience. We're committed to ensuring you feel safe, are treated with dignity, and have the ability to enjoy life to the fullest.
Our commitment to you also includes providing our residents with ample amenities and outstanding services including:
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.
For a local A Place for Mom Advisor(877) 345-1716
The Sanctuary 3 years ago was a wonderful Place. I felt so fortunate to get my mother in there for rehab and the assisted living after breaking her femur. Approximately 2 years ago without any notification to family the day to day operations were turned over to "AHF" a non profit. What a disaster. The quality of food dropped to a zero, Staffing was cut dramatically and the wonderful staff they had there left. The new staff was anything but sub par. The doctor for the facility was totally inaccessible and never spoke to me, a family,member, nor gave me a face to face assessment of my mothers health. Requests to have pertinent information passed on from am staff to pm staff usually was non existent. Their emergency call system was from the dark ages. It consists of a long cord with a button to push at the end for help. Help sometimes took ages to arrive. In the bathroom which was totally not visible from the hall there was a string with a push button to pull and it was attached next to the toilet. The last year of her life she fell on the floor an average of once a week and I shudder to think of those times she fell to the floor and was there invisible to all for long periods of time. On October 15,2017 my mother had her lower leg turn purple and blue, cold and no pulse. All this at 5am on a Sunday. Only the day nurse called me at 1000am to tell me the doctor ordered a doppler whose arrival was unknown because it was a Sunday and they were busy. My husband and I rushed over and immediately had to tell the nurse to call 911. When queried as to why an ambulance was not called early in the morning her reply was"She has a DNR" In other words because of the DNR whatever was going to happen was ok and evidently not urgent. My mother passed on Oct. 22 after much pain and suffering. It was heartbreaking to watch! Please don't send your loved ones there, there are better places unless you just don;t care..In my opinion the oversight is non existent and IMMEDIATE correction and monitoring should be forced by the state.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Really helpful nice and respectful a good clean place. / 5 stars all around./ [Name removed] the nurse there is the best of the best Anna is so wonderful a angel for sure.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Not for profit so not as expensive as others. Only saw elderly women in wheel chairs. Services are good.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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