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SENIOR OPPORTUNITIES

HEALTHCARE & RETIREMENT FACILITIES

24-hour intermediate- and skilled-nursing services as well as physical, occupational and speech therapy; The Willows Brookdale Place of Wooster - 1615 Cleveland Road., (330) - provides 24-hour nursing care in a secured environment 262-1615, www.brookdaleliving.com; Jeff Ryan, Executive for those with special needs and dementia-related illnesses; Director; offers Personalized Assisted Living, Alzheimer’s/ Wayne Manor Assisted Living - offers assistance with Dementia Care, On-site Physical, Occupational, and daily activities such as meal preparation, housekeeping Speech Therapies as well as Hospice care. Residents and laundry, medication monitoring and bathing in an live an Optimum Life at Brookdale with life enrichment apartment-like setting; The Townhouses - offer a variety activities focused on the six dimensions of wellness – social, of floor plans in a community setting; some additional intellectual, spiritual, physical, emotional, and purposeful. services such as housekeeping and meal delivery are Residents also enjoy CHOICE Dining Experience with available. three exceptional meals prepared daily. Wayne County Care Center - 876 S. Geyers Chapel Rd., College Hills Retirement Village - 905 Portage Rd., (330) 262-1786; Steve Eva, administrator; office hours: (330) 264-3509, www.collegehillsvillage.com; Mary Reed, weekdays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; serving Wayne County since 1852; Manager; office hours: weekdays, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; non-profit offers skilled and intermediate-care and assisted-living complex of 141 apartments for older adults and disabled units with custodial care and 24-hour nursing care; Hospice persons living independently, including a center for services and contracted therapies. socializing. West View Healthy Living - 1715 Mechanicsburg Rd., Danbury Woods of Wooster- 939 Portage Rd., (330) (330)264-8640, www.westviewhealthyliving.org; Bonnie 264-0355; www.danburyseniorliving.com; Andrew Hall, Administrator; Not for profit, faith based, Continuing Harpster, Executive Director, A vibrant Assisted Living Care Retirement Community offering 5 Lifestyles of care & Memory Care Community located minutes from for Seniors: Independent Living - 18 Villa Apartments with historical downtown Wooster. Private apartments with in basic rental plan and comprehensive plan that includes room private bath, offering on-site 24 hour nursing staff, various services; Assisted Living - offers 24 hour assistance exceptional meals and activities. Physical/Occupational available; Memory Care - 12 Assisted Living rooms in & Speech Therapies available as well as Hospice Care. No specialized “Bridges” neighborhood; Long Term Care - 24 entrance or community fees. hour nursing care in person centered care environment; Glendora Health Care Center - 1552 N. Honeytown Transitional Care Center - Short term rehabilitation care Rd., (330) 264-0912, www.glendoracarecenter.com; Evan providing skilled nursing, Physical, Occupational & Speech Hamilton, Administrator and Natalie Hale, Director of Therapies under direction of Medical Director, Dr. John Admissions; 56-bed, Medicaid- and Medicare-certified Miller who visits 6 days a week; All lifestyles have access facility providing respite care, intermediate, skilled and to Town Square which includes Chapel, Café, Gift Shop, subacute care, all disciplines of therapy rehabilitation; Theatre, Beauty Shop & Grandma’s house all inside atrium some rooms have private baths and patio areas; residents style Main street. are offered a variety of activities, including games, crafts, gardening, excursions and religious services. SENIOR CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Smithville-Western Commons - 4110 E. Smithville-Western Rd., (330) 345-9050, www.sprengerretirement.com; Tonya Santos, Administrator; offers a full continium of care in a campus style setting: The Care Center - Medicare/ Medicaid-approved health and rehab center providing

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National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARE), Wayne Co. Chapter #2218 - Meets the 2nd Thursday, 11:30 a.m., Ryan’s Family Steakhouse, 3743 Burbank Rd.; Larry Harris, President, (330) 264-4108; David Menges, Vice President, (330) 828-2757.


Wooster Today: The 2016 Community Guide