Senior Resources

Below you will find additional resources to assist you in your individualized care plan. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of further assistance.

Maple Knoll Village - www.mapleknoll.org (513)782-2717
Maple Knoll Village is a non-profit continuing care retirement community, owned and operated by Maple Knoll Communities Inc., with a history of more than 168 years of serving older adults. Located on a beautiful 54-acre campus, our community offers 142 villas, 135 apartments, 63 assisted living apartments and a 145-bed skilled nursing facility with a hospice center and rehabilitation center.

Cedar Village - www.cedarvillage.org (513) 754-3100
A non-profit continuing care retirement community located in Mason, Ohio. Cedar village has 104 assisted living accommodations, 50 skilled and 102 long term nursing beds. The mission of Cedar Village is that aging will be an enriching and fulfilling experience.

The Knolls of Oxford - www.knollsofoxford.org (513) 524-7990
The Knolls of Oxford is a non-profit continuing care retirement community, owned and operated by Maple Knoll Communities Inc., with a history of more than 168 years of serving older adults. Located on a beautiful 85-acre campus, our community offers villas, assisted living apartments and skilled nursing facility and a rehabilitation center.

Alzheimer’s Association Greater Cincinnati Chapter - www.alz.org/cincinnati
Information provided on Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementias, caregiver support, clinical trials and community resources. 24 hour helpline (800) 272-3900

Benefits Checkup - A free service of the National Council on Aging to identify Federal & State programs available to seniors. www.benefitscheckup.org

Cincinnati Association for the Blind - low vision aids, radio reading, vision rehabilitation and social service assessment. www.cincyblind.org (513) 221-8558

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio - This website is the designated area on aging for Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren Counties. Programs administered by Council on Aging provide options to allow seniors to remain in their homes with support such as personal care assistance, home delivered meals, caregiver education and long term care consultation. www.help4seniors.org (513) 721-1025

Department of Health & Human Services - Information on health, aging, disaster preparation, health statistics and links to other government sites. www.dhhs.gov

Long Term Care Ombudsman - ProSeniors (800) 488-6070

Medicaid - Ohio Medicaid Consumer Hotline (800) 324-8680 Medicare - This website provides you with information about the Medicare program, providers, and options for care and rights. www.medicare.gov or call (800) 633-4227

Ohio Department of Insurance - Information about various types of insurance available. www.ins.state.oh.us

Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) (800) 686-1578

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services - This site provides information about Ohio Medicaid, programs, eligibility, how to apply and who to call. www.jfs.ohio.gov

Oxford Seniors - Provides physical, spiritual, social, educational, vocational, and intellectual programs for adults 50 years and older in Oxford, Ohio. www.oxfordsenior.org

Partners in Prime - Southern Butler County's community organization dedicated entirely to individuals over 55, providing information, advocacy and supportive services that enhance the quality of life for older adults in the community. www.partnersinprime.org

Poison Information/Control (800) 222-1222

Social Security Administration - This website provides information about all Social Security programs and benefits. www.socialsecurity.gov

Sharonville Community Center - Open to everyone 50 and over as a source of education, entertainment, volunteerism and support services for seniors. (513) 563-2895 www.sharonville.org

Veterans Administration - Information and programs available to veterans. www.va.gov