- On-Site Medical Staff
- Chef Prepared Meals
- Dietary Accommodations
- Transportation Services
- Laundry Service
- 24-Hour Staff
- Medication Management
- Planned Activities
- Pet Friendly
- Multiple Floor Plans
- Private Rooms
- Fitness Center
- Activity Space
- Theater Room
- Beauty Salon
- Outdoor Patio
- Walking Paths
- Free Wi-Fi
- Senior Living
- Assisted Living
- Independent Living
- Memory Care
- Nursing Home
- At-Home Care
- Respite Care
Toledo Campus: A Caring Community for Seniors
Assisted Living, Memory Support, Rehabilitation, and Skilled Nursing Care in Toledo, Ohio
The Genacross Lutheran Services–Toledo Campus, formerly known as Lutheran Home at Toledo, offers a beautiful and welcoming place for seniors of all faiths to call home. Throughout its more than 100-year history, the Toledo Campus has expanded its services, renovated and built new buildings, employed thousands of dedicated workers, and seen numerous changes in health care and society. The Toledo Campus was named a bronze Employer of Choice by LeadingAge Ohio for 2017-2018.
As part of the organization’s earliest services, the Toledo Campus was originally known as the “Altenheim” or “Lutheran Old Folks’ Home.” The initial building was constructed in 1906 on land between the Lutheran Orphans’ Home and First St. John Lutheran Church on Seaman Street. Today, the Toledo Campus welcomes individuals with its sweeping lawn at the corner of Seaman and Wheeling streets and remains a premier provider of care services for older adults.
The Toledo Campus is designed to empower residents to age gracefully, with dignity, and with peace of mind in knowing that, should their needs change, they will have priority admission to higher levels of care. Genacross Lutheran Services also offers affordable independent senior living communities adjacent to the campus at Luther Grove, Luther Hills, and Luther Ridge. Together with these communities, we offer a complete continuum of care for senior adults.
Offering spiritual care to those living in our communities and to their families is an essential part of what we do every day at Genacross. Available 24 hours a day, our chaplains are specially trained to provide for the emotional and spiritual needs of older adults and their loved ones.
The Genacross Lutheran Services–Toledo Campus is located at the corner of Seaman and Wheeling streets, near the border of East Toledo and Oregon, and down the road from both Mercy St. Charles and ProMedica Bay Park hospitals.
Assisted living at the Toledo Campus provides just the right amount of assistance surrounded by warmth, caring, and compassion. Apartments are complemented by the heritage and charm of the building. The veranda that graces the front of the building overlooks a sprawling front lawn, and the beautiful chapel — with its magnificent stained glass and hand-rubbed wooden interior — serves people of all faiths.The goal of our professional staff is to help each resident maintain his or her highest possible level of independence and dignity in a comfortable, home-like atmosphere. Common areas are tastefully appointed and residents are encouraged to decorate their apartments with the personal touches and furnishings that make it their own.
Who should choose assisted living?
Assisted living is most appropriate for those who are not able to live alone, but who also do not require constant care. Assisted living on the Toledo Campus offers varying levels of care — from moderate to more comprehensive assistance — with each resident receiving the support of professional staff to ensure he or she remains as active and independent as possible.
Depending on individual needs, care may include assistance with eating, bathing, dressing, walking, laundry, housekeeping, medication, and more. This arrangement helps bridge the gap between independent living and nursing care.
We are committed to person-centered care and creating an atmosphere in which residents have choice and flexibility in their daily routines, as well as dignity, privacy, and companionship that creates an overall sense of well-being. Upon admission, an individual service plan is developed to understand each resident’s unique needs. Service plans are updated regularly to ensure appropriate assistance is provided as needs change.
A full calendar of activities gives residents opportunities to interact and enjoy the company of others.
The Toledo Campus features 40 affordable, private apartments in a choice of two single-level, one-bedroom floor plans.
Each apartment includes:
Combination living room, dining room, and kitchenette area. Kitchenette includes a sink, microwave, and mini-refrigerator.
Large, handicap-accessible bathroom with safety rails and a seated shower
Individual heat and air conditioning controls
Emergency call system
Sprinkler system and smoke detectors
Additional services and amenities:
Three nutritious meals served restaurant-style from a selective menu
Weekly housekeeping and laundry services
Interior and exterior maintenance
All apartments are fully wheelchair-accessible
Wellness clinic and health maintenance program
Planned and supervised activities seven days a week
Chapel and chaplain services
Personal care assistance*