Cincinnati Retirement Communities

Average Cost: $4,500

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Information About Retirement Community in Cincinnati

Cincinnati is the third largest city in the state of Ohio, a former boomtown and the gateway to the American West in the years following the Civil War. It has been an industrial giant and an ecological haven for wildlife and visitors at its many riverbanks and beautiful parks, and it's home to one of the oldest baseball franchises in American history – the Cincinnati Reds. Retirement living in Cincinnati allows for more than just care and comfort. It provides adventure, education, and some of the best healthcare in North America. Cincinnati, OH

Organizations Serving Seniors in Cincinnati

Seniors and their caregivers will find that Cincinnati is a city of many choices. There is no end to where to go and what to do. For the senior citizen, there are numerous senior centers, where one can take a computer class, learn a new art or craft, discuss current events, or attend a weekly dance under the summer stars. Caregivers will find respite as well as they leave their loved one in the care of experienced healthcare aides during a senior center excursion or when they tag along and enjoy the sights as well. With over 25 senior centers within the city limits, it is best to visit the Cincinnati Recreation Commission, Creative Aging Cincinnati, and the Council on Aging of Southwest Ohio to find the senior centers nearest you and access information on the many additional organizations serving seniors in Cincinnati. Those who experience great satisfaction during their senior years often include “feeling needed” as one of their main reasons for choosing to live where they do. Through one of these many organizations, seniors will also find many volunteer opportunities to keep them busy and challenged, a key to any successful life no matter the stage.

Cincinnati Senior-Friendly Activities

Southeastern Ohio and northern Kentucky are full of historical, artistic, ecological, and shopping opportunities. Many Cincinnati retirement living homes provide transportation to and from these events and, often, create adventures tailored exclusively for the retirees and their caregivers. If railroad history interests you, visit the LM&M (Lebanon, Mason, and Monroe County) Railroad and take a ride on a 1930’s historical engine and explore the gift shop and nearby museum. Or, if you prefer water recreation, consider a steamboat down the mighty Mississippi on the American Queen, a Cincinnati to St. Louis rendezvous. There is always the option of a quiet picnic on the river’s edge, or an afternoon at one of the city’s many world renowned museums and art organizations.

Cincinnati Medical Facilities

Along with being one of the epicenters of American history, having more art venues than most cities twice its size, and offering endless opportunities for recreation and relaxation, Cincinnati offers several state-of-the-art medical and health institutions. Veterans can find all the health services they need at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center, and others can find the highest quality care at area hospitals like Good Samaritan, The Christ, Mercy Health-Western Hills, and Anderson hospitals. Those needing it can find a plethora of advanced healthcare and specialty services within the city as well. Additionally, most Cincinnati retirement living homes have arrangements with area hospitals and rehabilitation centers and will organize stays and transportation as guests require it.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Cincinnati

ITNGreaterCincinnati provides arm-through-arm, door-to-door, dignified transportation options for seniors at affordable rates. Older adults who join ITN become dues-paying members of a non-profit organization, enabling them to pick up the phone for an affordable ride anytime they need it. Access is a shared-ride transportation service for those who are unable to ride Metro buses, and ALUX Transportation provides both medical and non-medical transportation for seniors in Hamilton, Clermont, Butler, and Warren Counties, in addition to surrounding areas 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Whether learning a new skill at a local senior center, spending a day at the museum with the grandchildren, or seeking expertise for your particular health concern, Cincinnati offers excellent and vibrant living for senior citizens. For more information on senior living in Cincinnati, see our options for Cincinnati retirement communities. Back to Top