Honoring Life, Caring For Our Elders
Ravenna Assisted Living
Our vision is to provide a place that feels like home, where residents are safe and comfortable, and families have peace of mind.
At Ravenna Assisted Living we provide around the clock assistance with daily tasks such as dressing, showering, bathing, eating and toileting.
We regularly provide engaging activities, pet therapy, massage therapy and musical events to encourage memories, enjoyment and fun.
It’s not easy to transition from your home with all its memories. It may also feel like you’re losing your independence. Here are some support services.
“Moving my father into assisted living was stressful for all of us, but especially him. The entire team at Ravenna; owners, administrators and caregivers were wonderful from minute one. And the facility is beautiful; clean, open and lovely with daily fun activities.”
~ Catherine G.
“The staff provided genuine and personalized care for my friend. I am deeply grateful to all of them and would highly recommend this assisted living facility.”
~ Kate B.
“My Uncle was at Ravenna for 6 weeks and was very Happy with his care. “The staff were wonderful and food was good.” He and my aunt felt like they were treated as family and he had the best possible care.”
~ Nance H.
“I go everyday to visit my mother, and see a lot of what goes on, my husband and I have grown close to many of the residents and most of the staff. I think it’s easier to see how wonderful it is, when you have had other experiences. Any questions or concerns have always been addressed in a professional manner. I would recommend this place highly!”
~ Shelly P.
“The facility is beautiful, well cared for and clean. My mom enjoys the food, the activities and Is so well taken care of by the staff/nurses that I never worry about her. They communicate with me about everything so I never feel disconnected from her care. I can see and feel the love/care my mom receives when I visit her. Ravenna has been a true blessing and I am so grateful my mom can call it home.”
~ Karen B.