About

Springboro SeniorLife Neighborhood

Find person-centered care at our small house neighborhood in Springboro, Ohio. Our small house model provides our elders with comfortable, private suites and baths adjacent to a communal family room and residential kitchen. The focus is on enjoying life in a welcoming home with home-cooked, family-style meals, where residents make their own decisions about personal care and daily schedules.

About Springboro

Located in Warren and Miami counties, Springboro is in the center of the Cincinnati-Dayton metropolitan area and was ranked the 10th best suburb in America by Business Insider in 2014. There’s a little bit of everything in Springboro, from the La Comedia Dinner Theatre to the Wright Flyer Museum to a plethora of golf courses and parks. Its central location ensures direct access to entertainment, shopping, and amenities in both Dayton and Cincinnati.

“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. This isn’t just a place where our elders stay – it’s their home.

How do we do it? 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; instead, 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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