Respite Care

Assistance for caregivers and residents alike 

At Eliza Jennings, we understand the need for respite care when caring for a loved one. Whether you’re going out of town or facing changes in availability, a comfortable and secure home-away-from-home is the only way to ensure the high level of care you provide is continued for your parent or family member when you’re not there. 

With the support of our medical directors, and through established relationships with community physicians, your loved one’s specialized care needs can be addressed, and family communication is maintained. Our on-site nurse practitioner, in-house therapy department, and specially trained nursing personnel, complete an extraordinary on-site clinical team, managing each resident’s care with the highest level of personal attention and expertise.

Servicing Locations

We offer respite care at our flagship community, Eliza Jennings Health Campus, in Cleveland, Devon Oaks Assisted Living Community in Westlake, and The Renaissance Retirement Campus in Olmsted Township.

Respite care services are offered for stays from one night up to several weeks.


UPCOMING EVENT – Free Welcome to Medicare 2017 Event – Devon Oaks

Free Welcome to Medicare 2017 Event Thursday, June 8, 2017 4:00 PM If you are a new or soon-to-be beneficiary, or have questions about coverage for yourself or a family member, come to a free Welcome to Medicare 2017 Event at Devon Oaks Assisted Living, an Eliza Jennings Community, 2345 Crocker Road in Westlake. Learn about Medicare benefits, supplemental insurance Read the Rest…

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Medicare health and drug plans change every year! Are you keeping up? Open Enrollment is Oct. 15 – Dec. 7, and it’s your time to review your coverage. Counselors from the Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) will be here on Dec. 1 to help you review your insurance and answer any questions about your Medicare coverage. Schedule an Read the Rest…

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SAIDO Learning in the New York Times

“Programs like SAIDO Learning, which was developed in Japan to address working memory in the prefrontal cortex through handwriting, math and reading out loud, offer other benefits and may help slow memory loss and other normal symptoms of aging.” Read more in this New York Times article.

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