Find the Right Blend of Independence and Assistance

Give Them the Freedom They Want with the Assistance They Need

The changes may be gradual, but apparent. You’ve noticed that Mom can no longer keep up with the housework, or Dad’s not eating well and losing weight. Maybe your loved one doesn’t want to drive anymore, and they feel isolated. That’s when assisted living may be a good option. Assisted living communities provide personal care help for older adults.

At UCH, we focus on experiencing all that life has to offer — physically, emotionally and spiritually. We call this aging abundantly. Choice. Flexibility. Freedom. It’s all yours in a United Church Homes community.

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Person-directed Living

  • Resident-directed choices
  • Individualized care plans
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Hassle-free Living

  • Many amenities for one monthly fee
  • Dining room with daily menu options
  • Flexible care and payment plans
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Faith-inspired Living

  • Full-time chaplains
  • Spiritual wellness programs
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Abundant Living

  • Life enrichment programs and community activities
  • A community of peers for social interaction
  • Genuine sense of belonging
  • Mind/body/spirit focus

Assisted living residents enjoy private or shared studios, one-bedroom or two-bedroom suites equipped with safety features and emergency alert systems. Residents furnish their living spaces with personal belongings, which makes the space feel immediately familiar. Best of all, assisted living residents live among friends, enjoy an active community life, eat well and access everything the community has to offer, all while knowing that assistance is close by if they need it.

UCH assisted living communities offer 24-hour personal care assistance. This around-the-clock care provides peace of mind for residents and for those who love them. But that’s just the beginning.

The amenities in most Assisted Living UCH communities include:

  • Well-appointed suites with kitchenettes and private baths
  • Three daily chef-prepared meals and dining choices
  • Housekeeping and maintenance services
  • Most utilities included in monthly fee
  • Medication assistance
  • Help with bathing, dressing and grooming
  • Escorts to meals and activities
  • Restroom assistance
  • 24-hour care assistance
  • Transportation to medical appointments
  • Active community life and engagement opportunities
  • Full-time chaplains
  • Personal choice and control
  • Purposeful living in mind, body and spirit
  • Onsite fitness center
  • Onsite beauty/barber services
  • Pet friendly accommodations at several communities
  • Welcome and affirming culture
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Assisted Living is Available at

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    Chapel Hill Community
    Canal Fulton, OH
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    Fairhaven Community
    Upper Sandusky, OH
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    Friendship Village Columbus
    Columbus, OH
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    Glenwood Community
    Marietta, OH
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    Parkvue Community
    Sandusky, OH
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    Pilgrim Manor
    Grand Rapids, MI
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    SEM Haven
    Milford, OH
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    Trinity Community at Beavercreek
    Beavercreek, OH
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    Trinity Community at Fairborn
    Fairborn, OH
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    Uplands Village
    Pleasant Hill, TN

How Do I Know If Assisted Living Is Right for My Loved One?


As we age, it’s inevitable that our abilities will change. When these changes affect daily life or the ability to live well or safely, then it’s time to consider other options. Here are some questions to ask:

  • Does your loved one eat balanced meals on a regular basis?
  • Does your loved one have food in the refrigerator?
  • Can he prepare a meal and feed himself?
  • Can she safely cook at home and remember to turn off the stove?
  • Does she take care of herself? (For example, have you noticed that she hasn’t taken a bath or shower in a while?)
  • Does he wear clean clothes, or has he been wearing the same clothing for days at a time?
  • Does the house or yard look as neat and clean as it used to be?
  • Can they take their medication without being reminded?
  • Does your loved one get around without help?
  • Do they pay their bills on time?
  • Do they get out of the house?

If you answered no to many of these questions, it may be time to consider assisted living for your loved one.

When you consider assisted living in a UCH healthcare community, you can expect compassionate staff members who will care for your loved one as you would. At UCH, the difference is that care is person directed, rather than person centered. That means your loved one holds the power to make their own decisions. UCH is committed to person-directed care, and extensive staff training brings it to life in every community. For example, residents awaken each day when they wish, rather than having a staff member wake them at a determined time. Residents choose what they eat at meals and which activities to participate in or decline.

Costs for assisted living vary based on each person’s needs and the community they choose. If UCH assisted living sounds like the right choice for you or your loved one, rest assured that the community’s admissions coordinator will help you find the perfect plan for you.