Senior Independence Adult Day

IN-545, Indiana, USA

Toledo Ohio 43604

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  • 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



At Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice, we provide the expertise and compassion that helps adults and their families live as fully as possible during an advanced illness. This is accomplished by building a team around the patient and family that includes clinical professionals, trained caregivers and volunteers. The team focuses on the physical symptoms, as well as emotional and spiritual concerns for the patient and their family members.

We enable our patients to make decisions about how they want to live out their remaining days and create memories for those who remain behind. We encourage patients to share their goals for life with us. In turn, we work with them to make those goals a reality.

Our hospice team works together to provide counseling, education and support, focusing on giving the patient control in determining their physical, mental and spiritual needs. Then the hospice team, along with the patient and family members, develop a holistic care plan that includes pain management, symptom control and bereavement support.

At Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice, we pride ourselves on developing programs and services that meet the needs of adults who wish to age safely and comfortably in the place they call home. Additionally, we recognize the contributions of families as dedicated, loving caregivers who need support, encouragement and help in caring for their loved ones.

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Home Health Care
Palliative Care
In-Home Care
Joint Replacement Therapy

Home Health Care

Our home health service is an affordable, comprehensive program that provides the skilled health care services and assistance you need to stay at home, living life your way.

Palliative Care

Palliative care can be provided at any stage in the continuum of care. Experienced and compassionate nurse practitioners, registered nurses, social workers and other specialists.

Joint Replacement Therapy

Knee & hip replacement therapy resurfaces the damaged parts of the joint with an artificial joint and relieves pain that prior treatments have been unable to control.

About Us

Founded in 1922, Ohio Living is the largest and most experienced not-for-profit provider of life plan communities and services in Ohio. With headquarters in Columbus, we serve more than 73,000 people annually through our wholly owned subsidiaries, Ohio Living Communities and Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice.

Ohio Living Communities operates 12 retirement communities providing services from independent living and assisted living to rehabilitation and long-term care.

Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice provides home and community based services in three of Ohio’s largest regions. We pride ourselves for programs and services that meet the needs of adults who wish to age safely and comfortably in the place they call home.

We are committed to continually seeking innovations in health care and technology, and providing opportunities for spiritual growth.


The essence of Ohio Living is its spirit, nurtured through more than 90 years of history. Our story begins with a life cut short – the death of young Dorothy Love in 1921. From this loss, a tradition of caring and quality services was born, and continues to flourish through creativity, innovation and expansion.

Dorothy Love, the 7-year-old daughter of the Reverend and Mrs. Wilbert Blake Love of Sidney, died after being struck by a car a half-block from her home. Mr. Love’s entire congregation was shocked and saddened, but the news fell especially hard on Moses Russell, a ruling elder and close friend of the Love family. Grief-stricken by the girl’s death, Russell and his two sisters, Martha and Elizabeth, donated a 294-acre tract of farmland in Dorothy’s honor. This early location would become today’s scenic Dorothy Love Retirement Community.

Originally, the Synod of Ohio owned the earliest communities, which were supported solely by contributions from Presbyterian churches. In 1973, Ohio Presbyterian Homes (OPH) reincorporated as a non-profit, interdenominational corporation, and in 1981, the Articles of Incorporation were revised to remove any control or liability of OPH from the Ohio Synod or United Presbyterian Church of the USA.

The name of the corporation was officially changed in 1986 from Ohio Presbyterian Homes to Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services. In addition, the OPRS Foundation was formed to handle the fundraising and investment activities in support of OPRS.

In 2001, a new umbrella structure – Midwest Presbyterian Senior Services – was created. OPRS and the OPRS Foundation were both part of this larger family.

On July 1, 2010, Midwest Presbyterian Senior Services was renamed Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services. In addition, OPRS Communities and Senior Independence joined the OPRS Foundation as wholly owned OPRS subsidiaries serving the retirement communities and community services, respectively. Each subsidiary has a separate focus, president and board of directors. OPRS retained Presbyterian in its name to honor its historic roots and continue its Christian orientation with an emphasis on love and special care for individual residents. We are an ecumenical organization and serve people from numerous faith backgrounds.

On October 28, 2016, OPRS underwent a systemwide rebranding to become Ohio Living. Our organization remains a mission of the Synod of the Covenant of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and maintains a covenant agreement with the Synod. Ohio Living respects and welcomes diversity of spiritual expression.

In recent years, Ohio Living has witnessed an increased demand for quality care for older adults. How we meet this demand, along with the many other challenges the future holds, is the next chapter of the Ohio Living story, one that is certain to continue for generations.

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