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Deaconess-perry Center - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: North Royalton, OH - 44133
Contact Phone: (440) 582-5940
Details: Deaconess-Perry Center is a five-story apartment community specifically designed for older adults who are at least 62 years of age. There are 63 one-bedroom units and a unit for a live-in custodian. Four of the units are handicap accessible designed to benefit the mobility impaired and the building is equipped for those who are hearing and/or visually impaired. The community is located in the Cleveland suburb of North Royalton about a 30 minute drive south from Downtown Cleveland. The community is in close proximity to a post office, pharmacies, grocery store, restaurants, retail business, churches, medical and dental offices, and public transportation. Deaconess-Perry Center features a large attached Senior Center on the first floor that is operated by the City of North Royalton Office on Aging and Human Services whose mission is to provide supportive services to Seniors in North Royalton. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and is available to residents of Deaconess-Perry Center as well as Seniors living in the surrounding community. A full range of services are available to participants at little or no cost including various recreational activities (bingo, card parties, crafts, games, exercise, line dancing, computer classes, special trips), transportation to medical appointments and shopping, Post Office-On-Wheels, nurse consultations, health screenings, educational seminars, and annual flu vaccination and Health Expo program. The Office on Aging also provides a wide array of social services to assist participants deal with various personal issues such as Medicare or Medicaid reimbursement, Social Security and SSI assistance, medical or prescription issues, nutrition, intervention, advocacy, and family involvement. After hours, Deaconess-Perry Center residents can use the Center at their leisure to play games, build puzzles, watch TV or socialize with friends or neighbors. Deaconess-Perry Center residents enjoy the use of a spacious lobby area on the first floor that has ample seating areas and abundant amounts of natural light. The grounds feature numerous benches around the perimeter of the building that offers tranquil outdoor space for relaxation and socialization. There are two laundry rooms equipped with coin-operated washers and dryers and folding tables enabling the residents to do their laundry on site. The management offices are located on the first floor at Deaconess-Perry Center for ease in communication for the residents. There are supportive maintenance areas dedicated to the continued maintenance and operation of the community. There are trash collection rooms/chutes on each floor. An answering service is available for residents with maintenance emergencies both before and after office hours and on weekends and holidays. Each resident’s unit is accessed through interior corridors. The typical unit design provides one bedroom, a kitchen with a pass-through counter, refrigerator, range, and vent. The mobility impaired, accessible units have roll-in showers for ease of access for those residents in wheelchairs. They also have appropriate appliances, counter and sinks, and turning radius to meet the special needs of the mobility impaired.