The Renaissance Retirement Campus
26376 John Road
Olmsted Township, Ohio 44138
INDEPENDENT LIVING is an ideal choice for seniors wishing to enjoy a fulfilling lifestyle without the day-to-day worries of managing a typical home. Everything we do is guided by your preferences and choices, and we are dedicated to promoting health and well-being in every aspect of an older adult’s life: whether the need be social, intellectual, emotional, spiritual or physical. Choosing to live independently with Eliza Jennings means choosing to grow friendships and nurture interests.
ASSISTED LIVING communities can be the perfect solution for older adults who are not able to manage living on their own, but do not yet require extensive medical care provided through skilled nursing. Our staff can provide 24-hour assistance with activities of daily living such as dressing, grooming, eating, mobility, and hygiene, offering a middle ground between independent living and skilled nursing care.
SKILLED NURSING is an ideal choice for individuals who require ongoing medical care with physician oversight, yet do not require hospitalization. We offer advanced REHABILITATION methods and a full range of therapies that promote a return to independence and a fulfilling lifestyle. We are committed to assisting patients following the stabilization phase of acute medical issues.
RESPITE CARE offers a break for caregivers on a short- or long-term basis when necessary. It provides a comfortable, secure home-away from- home for your parent or family member when you are out of town or temporarily unavailable to give care.
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