The state of Ohio is steeped in history and working-class American charm. Known as “The Buckeye State” due to its high concentration of buckeye trees, Ohio has been the birthplace of seven former US presidents as well as the location of the Wright Brothers’ early experiments in aviation. Aside from its major cities of Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati having played a major role in America’s industrial history, the state is also a leading agricultural hub, producing large amounts of soybeans and corn. Between its quaint, rural towns and bustling cities, Ohio is a diverse state with something to offer everyone and is a great place to retire.
When it comes to senior living, Ohio has a lot of great options. Currently, A Place for Mom partners with more than 260 independent living communities in Ohio. The median monthly cost of independent living in Ohio is about $2,500.