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Assisted Living Facilities in AKRON, OH

ROCKYNOL RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

1150 WEST MARKET STREET, AKRON, Ohio 44313

SUMMIT County

License #: 1280R

Capacity: 162 people

Phone #: (330)867-2150

MERRIMAN

209 MERRIMAN ROAD, AKRON, Ohio 44303

SUMMIT County

License #: 0523R

Capacity: 71 people

Phone #: (330)762-9341

ARDEN COURTS OF BATH

171 N. CLEVELAND MASSILLON ROAD, AKRON, Ohio 44333

SUMMIT County

License #: 2259R

Capacity: 56 people

Phone #: (330)668-6889

BROOKDALE MONTROSE

100 BROOKMONT ROAD, AKRON, Ohio 44333

SUMMIT County

License #: 2370R

Capacity: 69 people

Phone #: (330)666-7373

BROOKDALE BATH

101 N. CLEVELAND MASSILLON ROAD, AKRON, Ohio 44333

SUMMIT County

License #: 2181R

Capacity: 80 people

Phone #: (330)666-7011

GREENFIELD ESTATE ALZHEIMER'S SPECIAL CARE CENTER

3522 COMMERCIAL DRIVE, AKRON, Ohio 44333

SUMMIT County

License #: 2735R

Capacity: 66 people

Phone #: (330)664-1650

ST LUKE LUTHERAN COMMUNITY - PORTAGE LAKES

615 LATHAM LANE, AKRON, Ohio 44319

SUMMIT County

License #: 0670R

Capacity: 30 people

Phone #: (330)644-3914

Akron, Ohio Assisted Living for Seniors

Home to the first graded school system in the states, Akron is a city that is the highest point on the Ohio Erie Canal. It was the birthplace of the trucking industry and the first balloon tire was found here in 1924.  It was followed by the first synthetic rubber tire which was marketed here in 1940. It boasts of the largest small business incubator in the United States which is one of the most significant globally. A place of many firsts, it was also home to the ABC line which was the first long distance electric railway.

Akron has also not been left behind in regards to taking care of the older generation. There are numerous assisted living communities all through the town. On average, a person can expect to pay less than $ 4,000 a month to reside in the senior homes. The elderly who cannot afford this figure can take advantage of programs and waivers to get some financial aid. One of the options is the passport waiver that helps older adults in the residences to enjoy personal care assistance and durable medical equipment among many other perks.

The assisted living waiver is another grant that occupants at assisted living facilities in Akron can benefit from. It pays for various expenses in the communities. The services may include medication assistance, skilled nursing and personal care. Worth mentioning is that the waiver does not cover the board and room option of assisted living expenses. To get assistance with such costs, older adults can look into the residential state supplement which contributes to board and room expenses.

SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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