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There are 16 independent living communities in Columbus, OH and 11 independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in Columbus, OH is $2,696 per month.
Welcome home to Friendship Village Columbus It’s about finding friends who share your interests. It’s about living close to what is important to YOU… family, friends, shopping, culture, sporting pursuits or educational institutions. It’s about finding a community that offers…
We are delighted to introduce you and your family to Danbury's fine senior living residence in Columbus. Our communities offer amenities that today’s seniors expect for comfort, support, and security. Danbury Senior Living operates with an innovative philosophy – one…
Brookdale Trillium Crossing located in Columbus, is a convenient and beautiful retreat for active seniors, offering a stunning array of amenities, engaging activities, and superlative care.
Welcome home! We are a 55 plus retirement community offering independent living for seniors looking to enjoy easy living in the security of a gated-community in a country-like setting conveniently located in the southeast corner of Columbus. The Villas of…
An assisted living community located in Columbus Ohio that offers upscale living, elegant and lavish homes for active seniors age 55 and above is Creekside at the Village.
At First Community Village, we make our residents and their needs a priority. From our diverse independent living options to the services and amenities we offer, everything we do is meant to provide you with the lifestyle you deserve. As…
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Welcome to Kensington Place Retirement Community There's no better place for seniors than Kensington Place, the choices, amenities, and sense of community really make retirement living worthwhile. We've built our community with active senior living in mind! We take care…
OPENING APRIL 2019 CHERRY BLOSSOM SENIOR LIVING is part of the Traditions Management family of communities. Traditions Management is one of the Midwest’s leading senior care providers. Each of our senior living communities provides an atmosphere that supports independence and…
The Forum at Knightsbridge offers multiple senior lifestyle options ranging from independent living to skilled nursing care--all in an elegant atmosphere.
Claremont Retirement Village is a privately owned facility on 12 beautiful park-like acres in northwest Columbus and we provide independent living and memory care options.
Since 1981, when Mayfair Village first opened its doors, we have thrived on the notion of community, the strength of neighborhood, the comfort and warmth of extended family, and the hospitality befitting good friends. Both our residents and associates embrace…
The median cost of independent living in Columbus for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,696/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Cherry Blossom Senior Living||$4,500/month|
|Creekside at the Village||$3,645/month|
|Danbury in Columbus||$3,200/month|
|First Community Village||$3,400/month|
|Friendship Village Columbus||$1,775/month|
|Kensington Place Retirement Community||$3,429/month|
|The Forum at Knightsbridge||$2,797/month|
|The Villas of Scioto||$2,400/month|
|Avia Senior Living||Upper Arlington||$2,315/month|
|Middleton Senior Living||Granville||$3,500/month|
|Powell Senior Living||Powell||$2,500/month|
|Reflections Retirement Community||Lancaster||$1,725/month|
|Stone Oak Retirement Resort||Hilliard||$2,995/month|
|Sycamore Creek Senior Living||Pickerington||$2,095/month|
|Three Creeks Senior Living||Gahanna||$2,590/month|
Mom was here for over a year before we moved her. She was in the intermediate memory care unit. Most of the residents in this unit needed nursing care not just assisted living. So mom got very little attention or help. They sat her at a table with residents that couldn't feed themselves or communicate. For activitie...Read more The Forum at Knightsbridge reviews
One of the things that stands out about this Brookdale community is the retirement lifestyle for the independent and assisted living residents. This community offers more of a active lifestyle for the independent residents by including several aquatic activities as well as endless health and wellness programs. The acti...Read more Brookdale Trillium Crossing reviews
I live at FVC. Moved in Dec 2, 2013. A very friendly place as the name indicates. It is a United Church Homes facility. It has been in existence now for over 35 years. We will soon be going through a ten million dollar face lift. This is a class A facility that provides full service with it's long term care contract.Read more Friendship Village Columbus reviews
Friendship Village Columbus was a very good community, but it was too far from church, and they didn't have transportation. However, it was very nice and very well-maintained. I have friends there, and they like it too. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. The people seemed very friendly. They have different ...Read more Friendship Village Columbus reviews
We visited Friendship Village, it was brand new, and absolutely beautiful. They have huge showers, plenty of room in the bathroom, and non-skid floors, and was very thoughtfully laid out. We're really impressed with the independent side. They have a woodshop, a craft room, and a bank.Read more Friendship Village Columbus reviews
Friendship Village Columbus is beautiful and very nice. They have a library, a beautiful dining area, a chapel, and a computer room area. They also have an entertainment area, a lobby area that's set up where you can sit down, play games, and do conferences, a fountain area, a PT area with a workout machine, and parkin...Read more Friendship Village Columbus reviews
Columbus has a population of 787,033, according to the United States 2010 census, making it Ohio’s most populous city. With a metropolitan area that includes several counties, this capital city is also Franklin County’s seat. Founded in 1812 and named for Christopher Columbus, the explorer, the city is located at the junction of the Olendtangy and Scioto Rivers. Though originally settled by the French, the end of the French and Indian War involved Columbus being ceded to the British in 1763. Residents of Columbus independent living facilities who enjoy experiencing four distinct seasons each year will likely embrace the climate of this city. Often described as a combination of humid subtropical and humid continental, the climate of the city is characterized by cold and dry winters with occasional light snowfall. Summers, however, tend to be hot and muggy.
The city has a number of different attractions that are sure to please residents of Columbus independent living facilities, no matter where their interests lie. Museums, sporting events and the performing arts are just a few ways seniors can enjoy themselves. The Wexner Center for the Arts, a research facility and contemporary art gallery, and the Ohio State University Athletics Hall of Fame are both located on the Ohio State University campus. Many sports for both men and women are supported by the college as well as many fans and alumni. A variety of music and dance genres can be enjoyed in the city. These include performances of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, the Columbus Jazz Orchestra, The Actors Theatre of Columbus and more. Easton Town Center offers more than 200 stores, shops and restaurants from which to choose. An AMC and IMAX theatre with 30 screens and a comedy club are only a few of the entertainment options available at this outdoor shopping center.
The Ohio Department of Aging offers more than a dozen senior centers scattered throughout the city of Columbus, and the surrounding area. These offer seniors who reside in Columbus independent living communities a place to enjoy activities such as field trips, classes and making new friends in a warm and safe environment.
At the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, residents of Columbus independent living facilities can enjoy top notch medical care. It has been ranked as the #1 hospital in the Columbus area by US News. This teaching hospital offers a number of specialties such as geriatrics, cancer, nephrology, rehabilitation and urology. Grant Medical Center – Ohio Health is a teaching hospital with 392 beds. It has been ranked highly in a number of specialties including pulmonology, geriatrics, cardiology and heart surgery.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority, or COTA, is the agency responsible for the public bus system in the city of Columbus. With 308 buses running on a variety of fixed routes, getting to their medical appointments and favorite activities should be an easy journey for seniors living in Columbus independent living communities. COTA has embraced technology that is designed to make the lives of their ridership easier as well as save them money. There are six buses that utilize hybrid-electric technology. New software and hardware that has been installed in newer buses allows the transportation system to be synchronized more efficiently. This has improved the accuracy of real time information, as well as the communication and knowledge of the drivers. These advances make it easier for passengers to stay up to date.
With an excellent medical system in place for chronic, short and long term care, and a robust bus system, seniors will enjoy living in Columbus. They will be able to stay active while enjoying events that feature their favorite interests while also making new friends.
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