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Parkcliffe Community was built specifically for those living with dementia.  Our buildings allow us to support individuals in a unique way, in the comforting and familiar surroundings of a true neighborhood and home.  Our environment – houses, yards, gardens, photos, personal keepsakes – all contribute to a sense of normalcy and freedom.  Smaller houses are vital tools that foster safety, relationships, and staff’s quick, yet patient, responses. Residents at Parkcliffe have flexibility of privacy and social interaction, so they control daily choices to the greatest extent possible.

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Residents share common dining and living spaces. They have private bedrooms, some with baths, within condominium-style quadrants. Individuals of similar need make up homes of 12-to-16 people.  In Toledo, our Advanced Care building offers private and semiprivate bedrooms with bathrooms. Each building’s service increases with the progressing needs of the stages of dementia. Grouping individuals based on similar needs preserves independence while easing socialization.  It also best matches our care approaches to your loved one’s abilities.

After a resident moves in, follow-up assessments measure changes that naturally take place over time.  We refer to a person as “in transition” when they approach the next level of care. The chart on the Assessments page illustrates the overlap that occurs from one level to the next. Parkcliffe Community provides continuous care for the duration of dementing illness.