United Church Homes Adds Miami Township Independent Living Campus to its Dayton-area Network of Senior Living Communities
MARION, OHIO–United Church Homes, an Ohio-based provider of senior living and healthcare services, has acquired an independent senior living community in Miami Township formerly managed by Brookdale Senior Living.
The three-story apartment complex located at 7847 Lois Circle, Dayton (in Miami Township), will become Trinity Community at Miami Township and joins three other United Church Homes communities serving older adults in the greater Dayton market. The community offers independent, one and two-bedroom apartments with ala carte supportive services available for residents.
United Church Homes also operates Trinity Community in Beavercreek, a full-service life plan community, Patriot Ridge Community in Fairborn, offering assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, and Trinity Community at Fairwood, also in Beavercreek, which offers independent living.
“We’re excited to welcome more than 130 residents in Miami Township to United Church Homes and the Trinity family of communities,” said Rev. Kenneth V. Daniel, President/CEO.
“We have a longstanding commitment to the Dayton area and Trinity at Miami Township is a unique addition to our 74 senior living communities nationwide. Its residents are vibrant, active and embrace the UCH culture of living life abundantly each day.”
Residents actively participate in a robust schedule of onsite activities, entertainment, local outings and enjoy daily chef-prepared meals. The community also offers an ala carte menu of personalized services to assist residents with shopping, pet walking, laundry and other needs.
Daniel noted older adults today want to remain active for as long as possible living at home. Having an engaged community of neighbors and an environment that can support changing needs is often the key to maintaining an independent lifestyle.
Residents at the UCH Trinity family of communities have access to higher levels of assistance and healthcare services when they need it, including in-residence hospice services provided through a new partnership, Ohio’s Hospice at United Church Homes.
The nearly 40 staff members at Trinity at Miami Township have been offered employment with United Church Homes.
United Church Homes is one of the nation’s largest providers of senior living and healthcare services for older adults, with 74 senior living communities in 14 states and two Native American nations.