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Deupree House

3939 Erie Ave

Cincinnati Ohio 45208

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Amenties

  • On-Site Medical Staff
  • Chef Prepared Meals
  • Dietary Accommodations
  • Transportation Services
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry Service
  • 24-Hour Staff
  • Medication Management
  • Security
  • Planned Activities
  • Pet Friendly
  • Multiple Floor Plans
  • Private Rooms
  • Fitness Center
  • Activity Space
  • Theater Room
  • Beauty Salon
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Walking Paths
  • Free Wi-Fi

Living Types

  • Senior Living
  • Assisted Living
  • Independent Living
  • Memory Care
  • Nursing Home
  • At-Home Care
  • Respite Care

Description

Independent Living is ideal for residents who prefer to live life on their terms, just like they always have. The biggest difference between this community and your home will be the wide variety of programs and activities to participate in — if you so choose — and our professional, compassionate staff who cares for many of your needs.

Residential Living is similar to Independent Living, except that residents have the option to receive extra support and assistance in their independent living apartment without the hassle of having to move to another level of care. These services include anything from extra housekeeping or laundry services to regular medication reminders and enhanced dining options.

Independent Living at Deupree House

When you live at Deupree House, you will live life on your terms, just as you always have. At Deupree House, we provide the options while you make the choices. That’s why we offer services and support as you age and your care needs change.

Independent Living

Independent Living services are ideal for residents who prefer to live life on their terms, just like they always have. The only difference between this community and your home is the wide variety of programs and activities to participate in — if you so choose — and our professional, compassionate staff.
Amenities

One-, two-, and three-bedroom apartment options
Fully-equipped kitchens
All utilities included (except cable and phone)
Continental breakfast in the Internet Café
Fine dining six nights a week and brunch on Sundays
Private dining options for special occasions
Individual gardening spots
Beautifully landscaped courtyard
Resident and community gardens
Conference and meeting rooms
Garage or carport parking
Library
Chapel
Fitness Zone with trained wellness staff
Salon for men & women
Heated, underground garage

Services

Nurse on site
24-hour emergency response system
Maintenance and repair
Lawn care and snow removal
Transportation for group outings (also available for errands, doctor appointments, etc. at an additional charge)
Wellness programs and water exercise classes
Medical services, nursing care and rehabilitative therapies available
Chaplain and spiritual services program

ASSISTED LIVING / PERSONAL CARE

If you need a helping hand or more aid, we offer a variety of assisted living-like services to fit your unique needs. At Deupree House and Marjorie P. Lee, we call them “Plus” packages that are delivered within our Residential and Independent Living households. At Episcopal Church Home in Louisville, KY, we call this level of service “Personal Care.”

Living Plus packages within our Independent and Residential Living households and buildings provide options for residents who may need some extra support and assistance in their independent living apartment.

These services range from extra housekeeping or laundry services to regular medication reminders and enhanced dining options. We call these services, Plus packages, and they have been designed to provide the best value for the majority of our residents. Services are also available for those who may only need intermittent support.
Deupree Plus at Deupree House

At Deupree House, we provide the options, and you make the choices. For more on the Deupree Plus packages within our Independent Living setting at the Deupree House

Personal Care

Following state guidelines for Personal Care, Episcopal Church Home residents can receive minimal assistance with activities of daily living. The monthly fee increases as these additional services are provided.

The first level of expanded services includes medication administration and minimal assistance with bathing. The second level of expanded services includes medication administration, minimal assistance with bathing and dressing, and consistent assistance during the night.

With access to the services and amenities of our wider communities, there is a broad array of options available to you to ensure you stay as independent and active as possible, while still enjoying the lifestyle you want.

MEMORY CARE

For your loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the person-centered memory care at Marjorie P. Lee in Cincinnati, OH, and Episcopal Church Home in Louisville, KY, will enhance their quality of life. In each of these communities, our highly-trained staff attends to the specialized needs of individuals with memory loss to ensure they still live with freedom, choice, and purpose in their daily lives.

Our memory care support program offers individualized attention with a stimulating family setting. Our residents remain active and enjoy one another’s company in open kitchens and living rooms. Privacy is just as valued. Residents and families can add their personal decorative touches to their spacious apartments.

Center launched to help families living with Alzheimer’s and other Dementias

In February 2020, ERS announced the creation of the Center for Memory Support and Inclusion with the hiring of Shannon Braun as its Director. ERS, an innovator in providing care, support, and education for those living with cognitive loss, and their care partners, launched the Center to be the leading resource for the community it serves.

Braun will manage all of ERS’ memory support efforts, including the oversight of its living environments, therapies, and training programs for staff, along with its community outreach programs, under the umbrella of its new Center for Memory Support and Inclusion.

“ERS is proud to launch our Center for Memory Support and Inclusion to support our neighbors in the city of Cincinnati,” said Laura Lamb, President and CEO of ERS. “This comprehensive approach to memory care is the first of its kind in the city, and we look forward to expanding our offerings to the other communities we serve in the future.”

“Considering her extensive experience, combined with the hands-on knowledge she earned as an early-stage program coordinator with the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Cincinnati, we expect Shannon to be a wonderful leader of our Center for Memory Support & Inclusion, including the Dementia Inclusive Cincinnati movement where she’s successfully created and hosted Memory Cafés throughout the city,” said Lamb.

The launch of the Memory Support Center, and the expansion of Dementia Inclusive Cincinnati, is made possible by a recent $250,000 grant provided by the Sutphin Family Foundation and an individual donor. The grants will support individuals living with cognitive loss and their care partners where there is a gap in education, resources, and care options.

LONG-TERM CARE

magine a nursing home where residents receive the highest quality of care and are encouraged to take charge of their day and make their own decisions—all delivered in a comfortable household setting.

That’s what a nursing home should be. It’s what ERS communities are.

The expertise of our caring, compassionate and well-trained staff, combined with our person-centered care philosophy, assures residents and their families they are in the most capable of hands.

Our high staff and resident satisfaction scores, low staff turnover nursing homes are innovative and on the cutting edge of technology. Deupree Cottages, for example, was one of only six American nursing homes recognized in the book Design for Aging: International Case Studies of Building and Program for being among those with “excellent aged-care environments.”

What’s more, ERS was chosen as a regional pilot site by the Greater Cincinnati Hospital Council to develop electronic medical records transfer systems between hospitals and their nursing care centers.

MISSION

Mission & History

Since 1951, Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) has worked to enrich the lives of older adults in a person-centered, innovative, and spiritually based way.

ERS began as the Memorial Homes Foundation serving 20 older women in a home in Clifton, near the University of Cincinnati. Today, ERS serves older adults through senior living communities, as well as in-home and community-based services. We accommodate all levels of care including:

Independent Living
Assisted Living
Assisted Living with Memory Support
Long-Term Nursing Care
Short-Term Rehabilitation

Our premier communities include the Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community and Deupree House, located in the neighborhood of Hyde Park in Cincinnati, OH, and Episcopal Church Home, located in Louisville, KY. ERS also offers affordable housing options for seniors with low incomes in 25 communities throughout Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.

In addition to retirement communities, ERS provides services for seniors living in their own homes through Living Well Senior Solutions and Deupree Meals On Wheels. Parish Health Ministry coordinates a large network of churches to provide grassroots health-related services throughout southern Ohio.
Core Values

Rooted in our Episcopal faith tradition, our core values create an unwavering and unchanging guide for how we advance our mission.

Relationships: Recognizing and encouraging deep and meaningful relationships among all we serve, and believing all individuals have infinite worth and deserve respect.
Integrity: Acting under the highest ethical standards with honesty, trustworthiness, transparency, and sincerity.
Engagement: Participate in decision making to improve elders’ lives, our work environment, and the services we offer.
Inclusion: Valuing collaboration and diversity of thought, experiences, and perspective. Appreciating that we are better together, leveraging our strengths and differences.
Person-Centeredness: Restoring freedom, choice, and purpose to those we serve and with whom we work. Leading in an individualized, strength-based way using Servant Leadership principles.
Progressive Thinking: Encouraging innovation and respectfully challenging the status quo to create breakthroughs in thinking, systems, and practices. Encouraging life-long learning.

Discover for yourself why ERS is known for offering something special to those we serve

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