About

Loveland SeniorLife Neighborhood

Find person-centered care at our small house neighborhood in Loveland, Ohio. Our small house model ensures our elders receive personalized attention in a home-like environment that’s tailored to their specific needs, whether it’s skilled nursing, rehabilitation, or memory care.

About Loveland

Located within Hamilton, Clermont, and Warren counties, the city of Loveland is an intersection of scenic beauty and suburban charm. It was named a “Best Hometown” by Ohio Magazine in 2013, and provides an ideal location for one of our Small House Neighborhoods.

Nicknamed the “Sweetheart of Ohio,” Loveland was once a thriving railroad community and is now better known as a major stop along the Little Miami Scenic Trail. Natural preservation is a community-wide priority, as the city has been designated a Tree City by the National Arbor Day Foundation and its stretch of the Little Miami Scenic Trail is a popular destination for cycling enthusiasts.

“For me, this is not a lot different from where I came from. I just feel like I am at home.”
–Betty Fischer, Otterbein Small Houses elder

“For me, this is not a lot different from where I came from. I just feel like I am at home.”
–Betty Fischer, Otterbein Small Houses elder

What is a Small House?

THE SMALL HOUSE DIFFERENCE

Our neighborhoods are groups of five homes on cul-de-sacs in established residential areas. Each home features 10 private rooms with private baths, a communal kitchen and living room, and a secure backyard patio.

At Otterbein, we give our elders the power of choice. When to get up, what and when to eat, how to spend the day – these are all choices our elders are free to make on their own, just like at home. There are no rigid schedules or strict mealtimes; independence is key.

Elders also have access to 24-hour care from a small team of licensed nurses, nursing assistants, and therapists. There’s also the emergency call system. Elders may be living here on a permanent basis, or temporarily for rehabilitation after an injury or illness. Either way, they’re treated as part of the Otterbein family.

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