We offer seniors, who can live independently and share our values, the opportunity to be part of a campus sensitive to the aging process and to those with chronic medical conditions. Living near our care facility allows you to do the things you enjoy with the peace of mind that someone is always nearby to help, should the need arise.
Our independent living section is small—five units. Most are one-level homes. Each unit has two bedrooms, one bath, a living room, an eat-in kitchen and a one-car garage. There is ample parking.
Residents pay a deposit and first month’s rent before moving in. Small pets are permitted but some restrictions apply. A pet deposit is also required.
Independent residents usually do their own cooking, housekeeping and laundry but may purchase these services from Quaker Heights. These residents also may participate, again for an extra fee, in activities conducted in our main facility by our activities team or may join assisted living residents on outings.
Assisted living residents enjoy beautifully appointed living apartments that open onto large shared living and dining rooms. They are adjoined by beautiful enclosed courtyards. There, residents can stroll, sit, garden, feed and watch the birds. Residents also have three daily meals, snacks, and personalized assistance. There is the opportunity to engage in social activities and outings.
Our assisted living areas are staffed with nurses as well as compassionate companions that help residents with personal needs. Working closely with families and personal physicians, we develop a plan that respects each resident’s needs, abilities, and diversity of experiences. A nurse is on-site, at Quaker Heights, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, to administer medications, perform wellness checks, communicate with physicians, and attend to any health concerns that may arise. If residents need acute medical care, we arrange for this at nearby hospitals.