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About

Life at Otterbein Lebanon

Beautiful and bustling with activity, our 1,200 gently rolling acres are located only minutes from I-75 in southern Ohio. When you visit Otterbein Lebanon, historic Marble Hall will welcome you with its grand facade, as our gardens and ponds beckon. The lovely view of wooded hills changes with the season. In these neighborly surroundings, every step leads to something pleasant.

With ranch-style homes, apartments, assisted living, and nursing care, there are so many options to choose from among Otterbein Lebanon’s many modern, safe, and comfortable spaces, all with a 24-hour security call system with your safety in mind.

At Otterbein Lebanon, you’ll find yourself among friends who enjoy working in the garden, art studios, or the woodshop. Play shuffleboard or bocce ball on a sunny day or Wii games indoors. Maybe grab a game of golf with friends or take a swim in our indoor pool.

Otterbein Lebanon has everything you’d ever want — and more!

Lifestyle & Care

Lifestyle Choices & Types of Care

There’s a home for everyone at Otterbein Lebanon. There are multiple floor plans for independent living apartments and homes, as well as assisted living suites and 24/7 nursing care. Whatever you’re looking for, Lebanon has it.

Lifestyle Choices

Otterbein Lebanon offers studio apartments, as well as one-bedroom and the larger two-bedroom style. There are independent living apartments which open into the campus center, some located in historic Marble Hall, and some in Terrace Place Apartments. If you want convenient access to your wellness classes, you can find independent living apartments in the top floors of the life enrichment center. Our apartments come either unfurnished or furnished, with plenty of personal space for your favorite belongings.

For those who prefer independent living homes, Otterbein Lebanon has unfurnished styles all over campus waiting for your decorative touch. They include one- or two-bedroom patio homes; the two- or three-bedroom ranch homes (which offer more space); and duplexes and cottages.

If you need a little help with daily activities, our studio assisted living suites will fit your needs. Opening into the campus center, you’re within reach of all of the activities in a comforting, caring environment with nursing assistance available 24/7.

You may need ongoing care, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do things the way you want to! With our skilled nursing care, you decide when you want to get up and get dressed. It’s not up to us if you want to sleep until noon!

We organize daily activities around your unique needs, abilities, and desires. Everything is done according to best care practices. This is a special living environment where you are encouraged to meet your fullest physical, mental, social, spiritual, emotional, and vocational potential.

Care Services

At Otterbein Lebanon, we are a CCRC focused on wellness support for independent living to keep you in the best of health and assisted living to keep you enjoying life as comfortable as possible.

We also offer skilled nursing, rehabilitative care and transitional care, memory support, home health to bring expert recovery care to your home, and adult day care and respite care.

Life enrichment is another focus at Otterbein Lebanon, so every Lebanon resident works with a counselor to create a personal development plan for their physical, spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, and vocational wellbeing.

Amenities

Amenities

Otterbein Lebanon is the place to be for those with active lifestyle because there’s so much to do here. In addition to an indoor pool, fitness center, walking track, and fitness programming by the local YMCA, this CCRC’s life enrichment center also houses a coffee shop, a greenhouse, and a spa, combining Otterbein’s focus on wellness with a vibrant social scene.

If you like spending your time on the green, Otterbein Lebanon’s own private entrance to Warren County Armco Park, with its 18-hole golf course and 110-acre lake, is right nearby.

On campus, there are book groups and coffee clubs, games and parties, concerts, lectures and educational classes, prayer groups, and choir practice. Once you’re out and about with all these friendly people, Otterbein Lebanon soon feels like a second family.

If you’re looking to get away, there’s never a shortage of excursions and local sightseeing opportunities at Otterbein Lebanon because it’s central to so many attractions. You can explore the historic town of Lebanon, catch a Cincinnati Reds game, visit the U.S. Air Force Museum in Dayton, and more. At Otterbein Lebanon, we’re just keeping up with you!

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A Day in the Life

Otterbein Lebanon

Week at a Glance

MONDAY
PickleBall Open Play
Scribblers Meet
Senior Aqua Pool

TUESDAY
Prayer & Bible Study
Yoga
Cornhole Open Play
Chorus

WEDNESDAY
Knit Wits Club
Scrabble Open Play
Line Dancing
Bingo

THURSDAY
Water Fit Class
Catholic Rosary
Euchre & Mexican Train Games

FRIDAY
Chat & Craft
Friday Worship
Mason Kroger
Movie Night

SATURDAY
Coffee & Conversation
Bingo
Kentucky Derby Day Party
Billiards Open Play

SUNDAY
Worship Service
Piano Recital

Sample Menu

FEATURED ENTREES
Broiled Sole
Bourbon Pork
Grilled Lamb Chops
Chicken Margherita
Fried Shrimp
Baked Cod

ALWAYS AVAILABLE ENTREES
Grilled Chicken
Grilled Cheese, BLT
Grilled Burgers
Chicken Tenders
Grilled Reuben
Chicken & Waffles
Omelet, Chef Salad

SIDE DISHES
Collared Green & Polenta
Peas & Scalloped Yams & Apples
Fresh Green Beans & Sweet Potato Hash
Maui Veg & Bow Tie Pasta
Stewed Tomatoes & Roasted Potatoes
California Veg & New Potatoes

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“One thing I have learned living at Otterbein is the word ‘Yes.’ Yes. I can choose my many amenities. Yes. I can enjoy the varied menus offered daily. Yes. I can make new friends. Yes. I can worship. Yes. I can volunteer or to help others. Yes. I can be entertained. Yes. I can be motivated and inspired. Yes. All of these things and more are for me … and I hope for you!” –Barbara Mandell, Lebanon resident