Cambridge Place Assisted Living - Cambridge, OH

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Aging in Place
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Podiatrist Available
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Activities Offsite
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Male Residents Accepted
  • Female Residents Only
  • Doctor on Call
  • Nurse on Call
  • Homecare Onsite
  • Dentist Available

Customer Reviews

Nice place and friendly people. My biggest concern is there are no RN's there, only LPN's. I want a higher level of caretakers for my Mother. My other concern is, they are private pay only, so once you run out of money...youre out.

Nice place, overall

Things have gone very well at Meridian at Cambridge so far, we have been very impressed! The facility is clean and well kept, the staff are friendly, and from what I have seen the food looks very good! I'd give them top marks across the board, the residents seem well looked after, and my loved one has settled in well.

Meridian at Cambridge is terrific with both assisted living and memory care sections.

My 91 year old father has dementia and since summer 2014 has taken a sharp decline. Our family decided to move him out of his home and into assisted living. My first mistake was trying to find an assisted living close to his home. After spinning my wheels for 6 months, I finally got him into one. But within a couple of days they wanted him out because he was demonstrating dementia-like behaviors, like urinating in inappropriate places and walking into other residents' rooms. Now I was desperate to find a place fast. I remembered Meridian at Cambridge. I had talked with the executive director a month earlier, but had decided their 40 miles distance from Dad's home was too far. But now I realized that finding the perfect residence for him should be independent of location. In addition to an assisted living in the front of their building, they have a locked memory care unit in the back. "Memory Care" is what is needed for Alzheimer's and dementia patients. The staff is not distressed by the seemingly strange behaviors of these residents and are trained to redirect them. I knew this was a better fit for Dad. I called Meridian's executive director again and she jumped into high gear, along with the community relations director. They helped me get him admitted into a behavioral hospital for a few days of evaluation to make sure nothing serious was wrong. After 5 days he was released and Meridian at Cambridge had a room waiting. By the second day I could see Dad visibly relaxed as he began to settle in. If he displays any behavior out of the normal, like a stomach ache or a bout of confusion, a nurse calls and lets me know. His room is large and sunny and clean. Aides put him to bed and get him up in the morning, checking on him repeatedly during the night. They make sure he comes to every meal and they serve him snacks in between meals. All the staff are warm and friendly towards him. They think he is charming and very polite. They have been taking him out of Memory Care to the front Assisted Living for activities. It's specialized care at an affordable price. I am very pleased and feel so fortunate to have gotten Dad into Meridian at Cambridge! You can also visit ltc.ohio.gov to see for yourself what high marks they have received from the state of Ohio during state inspections.

Great Place

THEY ARE GREAT WITH MY MOM AND VERY FRIENDLY. ...

Review of Towne Nursing Staff - Lakewood, NJ

VERY HELPFUL AND VERY FRIENDLY.

Be careful

The food is horrid, they are short staffed, although the aids & some of the nurses are very good, they just don't have enough people there to help. They have the state minimum of aids employed there, and most new people hired, leave because of the heavy work load, and lack of respect from their boss. The ones sitting behind the desks are the ones to be concerned with.

I enjoyed the tour and meet...

I enjoyed the tour and meeting the staff. A very friendly place. Brook is a very knowledgeable person about the programs. The apartments are great. The only main concern is the distance from my house to visit and we will be waiting to see if the VA funding could be used to assist with the living costs. Many things to think about.

She is happy, it's peaceful there, the deer will come right up to the windows and look in at you.

The staff is very nice. I like that the level of care doesn't change, the care is inclusive, we don't have to worry about going up in levels. She is doing really good there. She is up and walking with a walker, and she is well supervised. She is happy, it's peaceful there, the deer will come right up to the windows and look in at you. And all of the people are so nice.

From the Community

Quality senior care in elegant, residential-style surroundings is offered at Meridian at Cambridge. Personalized assistance with activities of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, eating and medication monitoring provides you with security and peace-of-mind. Residents can choose to participate in a variety of activities that meet social, physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs. We encourage family and friends to visit frequently and to be involved in any event. Providing support while maintaining each resident's independence and dignity is our mission at Meridian at Cambridge.