Holiday Retirement - Ohio
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Holiday Retirement was founded in 1971 to provide high-quality independent retirement living to America’s seniors. Our welcoming live-in community managers and friendly neighbors make our Holiday Retirement Ohio communities the perfect place to call home. Seniors enjoy unparalleled service and an array of exciting amenities from the moment they step through our doors. This is what we like to call “The Holiday Touch,” and it’s what makes life at our Ohio communities so very special.
The Worthington has full-time staff and don't have people that work short shifts nor a lot of people coming and going. They clean for the clients, provide the towels and the bedding, and launder towels and bedding. Someone is always there and very cheerful. There's enough activities without being overwhelming. There's a registered nurse that comes three times a week. It's beautiful. The artwork, furniture, and floral arrangements are spectacular. It seems to be a very happy place, and you could always find a place to sit. There are two laundry rooms with two washers and two dryers. Each room had a patio and a balcony. It's a very open floor plan and a very happy environment. The food is excellent.
I placed my mom in Peal Crossing about a month and a half ago, and I am really pleased because it is clean and had the exact kind of apartment she wanted. You will get a lot more for your money there than you would from other places. They provide three meals a day and have services to help administer my mother’s medication. That’s pretty much all she needs right now. It is just a perfect setup. Her apartment is bigger than the one she was in before. Overall, it is a nice facility with a ton of activities, but my mom does not want to participate. They try to include her, but this is just the way my mom is. This is why it is perfect for her because she does not have to participate. My mother is just a loner. She likes to be in her apartment with her music and her puzzles. She has dementia, and it is a comfort zone for her. I think the food is good. I am very happy with the services. I don't have any complaints.
I visited New England Club and liked it much better than other places. It is in the midst of doing some renovations. The rooms were nice but had kitchenettes, and I was looking for something with more ability to do some cooking, not just the kitchenette. I did like the community. They had nice grounds, more land, gardens, and a lake, so it was more picturesque. They had the three levels of care under their roof. You can hire home health care agency as needed, but it’s not part of their program.
Copley Place is further from me, but close to a lot of things to do. The food seemed very gourmet. It seemed very nice and more like a hotel in some ways. They have kitchenettes that were laminated and had a set of cabinets, a sink, a refrigerator, and that’s it. The staff was very friendly. I really enjoyed talking to them since they were very nice people. The place seemed haphazard, like they thought, “Let’s get residents in and get funds going,” because it had the standard heating and air conditioning units, which we didn’t like because those are noisy. Overall, it was a very nice facility.
Copley Place is a really good, top-notch place. I give it a rating of 5 across the board. The rooms are really nice. The staff were very good, very well-informed, and very helpful as far as what we were looking for. There's a lot of activities to choose from, like pool tables, a library, a movie room, card playing room, chess, and a lot of other things to do. They have really good food. I think I would get stout if I was eating there. I'll give a rating of 6 stars for the food. You name it, they've got it.
The administration and staff at Copley Place was friendly and wonderful. The setting was a very peaceful, wooden area with parking. The apartments were clean and updated. It’s homey and close to shopping.
The Worthington is a independent living community in a nice quiet area. The community is a perfect fit for independent residents who are not extremely active. The community provides activities that are onsite as well as offsite. They have several social gatherings to promote communication and provide a ongoing outlet for residents. The Worthington offers a wellness program to assist residents with home health services as well as additional support services and resources. This community is not for residents who need frequent help with their daily needs, however the staff is aware of changes and assist with finding nursing support. The dinning experience is restaurant-style and provides tasty meals prepared by a chief. The building is clean and the apartments are average with a few upgrades. Overall this is a great independent living community.