Housing Guide

. June 1, 2017.
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The Elizabeth Scott Community

2720 Albon Road Maumee, OH 43537 419-865-3002 The Elizabeth Scott Community opened its new Independent Living apartments in March 2010 for individuals age 62 and older. The Independent Living units are unfurnished with one- or two-bedrooms; walk-in closets; full kitchen with stove, oven, refrigerator and dishwasher; private washer and dryer; daily continental breakfast and dinner included; Resident Activity Center with fitness equipment; heated outdoor pool; and housekeeping. The Elizabeth Scott Community also offers two distinct levels of Assisted Living. Assisted Living Level I units are available as studio or one-bedroom apartments with a variety of amenities and services. Assisted Living Level II is tailored for those residents who need greater assistance but still remain as independent as possible. Assisted Living Level II is also secured for individuals suffering from Dementia. For more information and a video tour, visit www.elizabethscott.org.

Moongate Luxury Adult Living

930 Soda Park Drive Temperance, Michigan 734-847-7879 | www.moongateadultliving.com One story apartment community for ages 55 and older. Ground level living, no steps. You’ll have it all under one roof… library, activities & craft room, beauty salon, fireside lounge, game room, exercise room, coffee shoppe, patios, community room, washer/dryer hookups and activities. Family owned and operated. Offering the best in luxury adult living. Just like home… only better! Rents from $840.

Pelham Manor Apartments

2700 Pelham Road Toledo, OH 43606 419-537-1515 For TDD/TTY Users Only 1-800-545-1833, Ext. 583 A Place to Call “Home”. If you have been looking for a comfortable, secure and affordable place to live… Look no further, Pelham Manor Apartments offer many amenities including: individually controlled heat and central air conditioning, laundry facilities, all appliances, rent based on income (extremely low income encouraged to apply). Pelham Manor is a tobacco-free property offering one and two bedroom apartments for persons aged 62 years or older, with some units available to persons under 62 who require certain accessibility features. Please call for information or stop by Monday-Friday 8:30 am- 4 pm.

Oakleaf Village and The Grove

4220 N. Holland-Sylvania Toledo, OH 43623 419-885-3934 Oakleaf Village is an Independent and Assisted Living apartment community that offers all of the comforts of home with the peace and security of 24/7 care by a staff of caring professionals. Residents feel at home in their private studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom apartments. Your customdesigned personal care program will have exactly what you need – from basic services to more customized care and monitoring. We welcome the opportunity to show you the Oakleaf Village community and The Grove memory care facility on our campus. Contact us at 419-885-3934 for more information or to make an appointment today

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