Local Caregiver Resources
Here are a few local resources to help with your caregiving needs.
The Commons: Promedica Senior Living
10542 Fremont Pike
The Commons offers all-inclusive monthly independent living rental options for persons ages 55 and over. The community is designed for your active and healthy lifestyle offering an array of floor plans including studios, one and two bedroom apartments.
Ohio Living Swan Creek
5916 Cresthaven Lane
As a life plan community, they provide the opportunity to choose housing that complements your lifestyle. Customized on-site amenities, features and services provide freedom from chores, opportunities for growth, and the security of knowing quality care and services are close at hand.
2841 Munding Drive
Orchard Villa, with an impressive survey history and a staff with many long-term employees, provides quality care in a warm, home-like environment. Its services include short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, skilled nursing, hospice care, and respite care.
Parkcliffe Alzheimer’s Community
4226 Parkcliffe Lane
At Parkcliffe, the staff is committed to maintaining your loved one’s sense of independence and unique life history. They are experts in care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and work together with the residents and their families to rediscover personal interests and participate in daily activities that they’ve always enjoyed.
Ryan Pharmacy & Orthopedics Supply
3340 Dorr St.
Ryan Pharmacy has served as Toledo’s full service pharmacy and orthopedic supply since 1959. Ryan Pharmacy has always carried the mission that service is the most important part of the business. Ryan created the full service pharmacy with everything from prescriptions and magazines to new hospital beds, walkers and wheelchairs. They welcome customers with open arms and look forward to becoming your partner in healthcare.
Alzheimer’s Association Collecting Caregiver Stories
The Alzheimer’s Association recognizes more than 11 million loved ones who are caring for a person living with Alzheimer’s. The Alzheimer’s Association is seeking caregiver stories from the community to help spread the word that there are a lot of resources available for Ohio caregivers. Most importantly, they want people to understand that no one is alone in this journey.
Local caregivers impacted by dementia and experts of the cause are asked to share their personal accounts of the disease and the impact it has on everyone. To share your story or for more information, visit alz.org/nwohio.