36 Corduroy Road, Delaware, OH 43015
Love, style, and good company should embody the ideal retirement community. The Inn at Olentangy Trail provides the essentials that make aging-in-place a memorable, uplifting, and vibrant experience. We’re conveniently located in the quaint town of Delaware, Ohio, and dedicated to providing quality care to those who require assisted living and memory care services.
Upon arrival, visitors are delighted by our elegant flower beds and gazebo that leads to our welcoming entrance. The Inn at Olentangy is a uniquely designed community with structure and decor that arouses nostalgia, elegance, and comfort. From our 60’s style diner to our lovely outdoor pond, we offer a world of color that residents and visitors frequently enjoy.
Our dedicated staff are compassionate about the care of all residents and work to personalize daily accommodations to fit the needs of every resident. We make it our mission to provide the best service possible with our essential services, great staff, and charming common areas.
We believe that senior living is a time to create golden moments in your golden years, and with our friendly community and convenient amenities, The Inn at Olentangy helps residents to do just that. We provide three meals daily...
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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Mom loves it!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Absolutely wonderful! Loved the lodgey feeling. I loved the set up and they both can share the same courtyard.... Trying to decide if my brother and sister in law will think it is too far. But a big possibility!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
This is a very well designed facility. it's not like a stereotypical nursing home but then they are for assisted living and memory / dementia. We have a family member who lives there. Do we have some experience with the operation. That's where the problems are. The staff is paid minimum wage. They aren't trained or managed. So the aides are left to figure it out as they go without training out supervision. Some are focused on taking care of the residents. Some though are just getting a paycheck and do as little as possible. Without management watching what they do, the slackers slack. And you assume they are taking care of your loved one. Not so, on too many occasions. We're looking for other options. Be careful and look past the nice building.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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