At Llanfair, our whole-person wellness approach to successful living, known here as Masterpiece Living, is embraced in all of our activities. Activities in The Grove focus on the whole person and keeping things as ‘normal’ as possible.
OPRS President and CEO Laurence Gumina, featured in The Presbyterian Outlook, talks about how retirement communities are shaping residents' futures.
The heart of Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services (OPRS) exists in its mission to provide older adults with caring and quality services toward the enhancement of physical, mental and spiritual well-being. As an organization rooted in faith, our desire to provide spiritual well-being encompasses more than programs and chapel services. In fact, some of our most powerful spiritual practices are led by those other than our chaplains and spiritual care coordinators. One such practice is the “Procession of Honor” given for residents who pass away.
Do you have a family member or friend living with Alzheimer’s or other memory–related disease who needs a compassionate, supportive and secure environment? Llanfair Retirement Community’s The Grove memory care neighborhood may be the perfect solution.
Not everyone is capable of giving the same Christmas gift that Bataan Intermediate students gave to residents of the Vineyard on Catawba.
Boardman Park hosted its Senior Fun Day event on Nov. 20 at the Lariccia Family Community Center, giving area seniors a chance to get out and enjoy fun activities.
The Senior Independence staff in Cleveland spread some holiday cheer by Christmas caroling at one of our iVillages.
Painesville Adult Day Center staff dressed as the characters from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" for the client and family Christmas party.
Rockynol residents cheer on construction crew working on new assisted living building.
Rockynol Assisted Living residents "supervising" construction for our new Assisted Living Community.