Life at Otterbein SeniorLife Neighborhoods
Otterbein’s “small houses” are unlike any other rehab, long-term care, and memory support communities in Ohio. They utilize a revolutionary design to create an unparalleled and home-like environment for people to live and recover in.
The focus is on enjoying life in a welcoming home with private suites and home-cooked, family-style meals, where residents make their own decisions about personal care and daily schedules.
The “small house difference” can be felt as soon as you walk in the door of any of our SeniorLife Neighborhoods. With a superior caregiver to elder ratio, our residents have consistent nursing staff with them every day and night.
In addition to access to expert speech, physical, and occupational therapy, our elders live in comfortable, private suites and baths adjacent to the family room and residential kitchen.
Life at the Otterbein SeniorLife Neighborhoods is not in a house — it’s in a home.
We also have two small houses at our Marblehead Continuing Care Community.
9400 North Shore Blvd.
Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio 43440
Main Number: (419) 326-8652
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