7847 Lois Circle, Dayton, OH 45459
Retirement can be an amazing time in someone’s life. At Trinity Community at Miami Township, we offer independent living with the just right blend of services. Prospective residents will delight in our extensive community amenities, vibrant location, and wonderful people that serve and live nearby.
Conveniently located in Dayton, Ohio, our community is secured and surrounded by great attractions that residents and visitors alike enjoy, including cycling on the Mad River Trail, lovely views at Charleston Falls Preserve and Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark, and even discovering famous art at The Dayton Art Institute. Our modest midwest city offers so much to do, making Trinity Community an ideal retirement living arrangement.
Our staff and community are always cultivating great moments within our community. From our chef-prepared meals served in our well-appointed dining room, to our pond and gazebo with a patio deck, we make it our mission to curate an environment that everyone can enjoy. We offer an array of common areas, including a beautifully landscaped campus with walking paths, heated pool, library, community room with fireplaces, game rooms, general store, and more. We even have an on-site beauty salon and barber.
Our campus also offers ample parking, and residents...
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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Was the nastiest place I have ever seen, Upper management does not know answers to any questions, [removed]. Be very careful what they tell you to sign and pay much attention to room conditions. They gave my brother a room, which was not handicap accessible. They gave him one price and then tried to charge another. [removed] Do not trust anything Sharon, Ron or any of the others say, because they are not qualified workers, and they say one thing and do another. This place does not treat the elderly kind (upper management), workers are good but severely underpaid. My brother fell several times there and was told to take him to nursing facility, which I did, then they come back and try to say he owes 3 times what he actually owed. Dont trust them or you loved ones to themReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Bad bad place. Make sure you check out other places in community. This place stinks, [removed] and not a clean atmosphere. Looks can be deceiving.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
My Mother moved to The Waterford from another community in the area. It was a good community, but it wasn't what she wanted. At the Waterford everyone is SO friendly that she feels like she has found a new HOME. She doesn't feel like she is visiting. When she goes down to the dining room to eat, if she is by herself there is always someone who says, " Hello, why don't you sit with us?" And that happens even with people she doesn't know!! For the first time since she moved from her apt. to a Retirement community, she feels like it is worth it to pay what she is paying. And she is paying less and getting more at the Waterford. We are both glad that she made this last move. She says she still wishes that she could be on her own, but says this is the next best thing. She has her dishwasher & washer/dryer back, like she had in her apt, & for the 1st time in a yr. she is HAPPY!! And that makes me happy, too!! Thank you, A Place for MOM!!!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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