Assisted Living Residence
Assisted Living Residence
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We have residences for every level of care on the Menorah Park Campus. Find out which one is right for you.
See why life at Menorah Park is different.
Our world-class service and care makes Menorah Park the premier provider for adults
as they age.
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From physical therapies to memory care, we offer a range of services to our community and beyond.
Peter B. Lewis Aquatic & Therapy Center
It’s a pleasure living on a truly active-aging oriented campus where there is always something exciting going on for residents, family, clients and guests.
From morning ‘till evening’s end, each campus residence has activities for everyone that includes engaging, intellectually stimulating, and fun programs specially designed to entice residents to participate in various ways.
7:30am Morning Stroll
Resting on 42 acres of rolling landscaped gardens and walkways, a morning stroll is a great way to begin the day. Rainy or cold outside? No problem. Almost all services and residences at Menorah Park, including: Stone Gardens Assisted Living and Helens Place Memory Care, The R.H. Myers Apartments, The Peter B. Lewis Aquatic & Therapy Center, The Center 4 Brain Health, the Mandel Adult Day Center, the CDC Dialysis Care, the Adaptive Living Shop, Pearl’s Place dining and Market in the Park, the Jennie and Jacob Sapirstein Synagogue, and the Rose Institute for Life Long Leaning, are accessible without having to endure bad weather, just walk down a few hallways and you have arrived!
For residents at Wiggins Place Assisted Living, a brief shuttle ride of approximately 500 yards will bring them to the heart of the campus. With hundreds of activities, live entertainment, intergenerational programming, educational classes, and so much more, boredom is a thing of the past and getting active is getting better.
9am Get in Touch with Nature
After your morning stroll, get in touch with nature and visit the talking Macau, Shalom, (one of several birds and among various creatures and fish in the Reitman Nature Center) who eagerly awaits a morning ‘hello’ and a wave so he can repeat it back to you! Grandchildren love to visit him! Working in partnership with the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo brings extra learning opportunities with on-site educational displays and presentations.
12a Get Involved
Get involved in volunteer work, or attend intergenerational programs with the on-site children’s center, FUNdamentals, and find comfort and solitude in our Jennie and Jacob Sapirstein Synagogue. Help with an on-site garden or greenhouse, plant or harvest in fresh fruit and veggies for baking and creating your own salsa!
12a Stay Active
Staying active is the key to happiness and good health. Get physical at the Peter B. Lewis Aquatic & Therapy Center for exercises, rehabilitation, and an individually prepared, ability-appropriate regimen for continued health maintenance. Find yourself “Racing Across America” or participating in an “Iditarod Challenge”, running on a land-based treadmill or exercising in the warm indoor pool. Campus Yoga, Tai Chi and Ai Chi classes keep you toned and limber!
1pm Prepare for an Outing
Got plans this evening? Use our residence’s Concierge program for to help you plan your evening out, but first, get your makeover at one of three on-site hair salons while preparing for an exciting outing to a local market, shopping mall, museum, casino, theater or restaurant.
2pm Learn and Create
Exercise your brain at the Center 4 Brain Health with a free memory screening and memory tips. Keeping up with the headlines is easy; just spend an hour with a friendly group of residents going over the day’s headlines at Stone Gardens or learning about the changing world at one of the Rose Institute for Life Long Learning’s presentations. It’s a perfect way to stay mentally active. Listen to professional actors and lecturers as they approach a broad spectrum of subjects and engage residents to think and react to real world events.
4pm Happy Hour
There’s no happier happy hour than on Campus as each residence shares spirits and snacks enjoying conversation and meaningful friendships. Family and friends gather in the Speakeasy Lounge daily to spend quality time together. In the beautiful Sallie and Robert D. Deitz Piazza one can watch daily entertainment and enjoy feeling as if they just sat down at an intimate café in an Italian square.
5pm Enjoy a Meal
Mealtimes are delightful. Enjoy a hearty, chef prepared, restaurant-style meal with friends and family, or visit other residences for a change-up in location and more exciting choices. Hungry at 3:00 a.m.? No problem, just call room service.
7pm Spend Time with Friends and Staff
Play billiards, bingo, darts, poker and trivia games with friends and staff. Join a campus association or club, surf the internet and stay social on the computer in the David P. Miller Computer Center, or feel the warmth and comfort of home as you relax by the fireplace at any residence with a good book checked out from the on-campus libraries.
Enjoy your day in a social atmosphere of high teas, movies, crafts, card games, social action, commerce, outings, entertainment, and more. Walk through any of the doors on the Menorah Park campus and realize that you are entering a place of hope, healing and wellness designed around solid Jewish values of excellence, tradition, creative expertise; the best in care available anywhere.
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Looking for something to do?
Our Campus calendar has something for everyone.
Peace of mind for your loved one
With over 40 years of experience, the Mandel Adult Day Care Center is the perfect place for your loved one.
"Much of what you see happening at Menorah Park would not be possible without donor support. Charlotte’s Tai Chi class at the R.H. Myers Apartments wouldn’t happen. Andrew would be in his room without his specialized power wheelchair. Rita would have to be in the nursing home without the activities..."
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