Blog - June 2019
Families rate The Chalet at Ohio Living Vineyard on Catawba the seventh-best assisted living provider in Ohio
Posted on June 05, 2019 in Active Aging, Caregiving, Community Care, Health and Wellness, In The News
The Chalet at Ohio Living Vineyard on Catawba has been ranked number seven among assisted living providers in the state, ranked by resident family satisfaction surveys, according to the Ohio Department of Aging. Ohio Living Vineyard on Catawba is the only Top 10 assisted living provider in Ottawa and surrounding counties.Veterans in hospice receive support from Western Reserve Junior Service League
Posted on June 03, 2019 in Active Aging, Caregiving, Community Care, Home Care, Hospice
Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice in greater Cleveland has received a grant from the Western Reserve Junior Service League. This grant, totaling $2,415, will sustain and expand the We Honor Veterans program for hospice patients.
Blog - February 2019
Grant Enhances Care for Hospice Patients in Trumbull County
Posted on February 12, 2019 in Community Care, Hospice, In The News
Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice in greater Youngstown has received $49,540 to enhance hospice services in Trumbull County.
Blog - January 2019
Four Ways to Stay Active During Cold Winter Months
Posted on January 07, 2019 in Active Aging, Community Care, Health and Wellness, Rehabilitation, Senior Lifestyle Options
During colder months, regular exercise is essential because it can help combat winter blues, lessen joint pain, increase metabolism and contribute to a healthy immune system. While temperatures frequently dip below freezing during the winter, there are still many ways to stay active indoors.
Blog - November 2018
Make It Happen - WWII Veteran travels to New York to visit the USS Intrepid
Posted on November 08, 2018 in Community Care, Hospice, In The News
Walter (Jim) Weybrecht, a WWII veteran who served on the USS Intrepid, had always dreamed of returning to the decommissioned aircraft carrier one day. Today, he travels to New York to visit the Intrepid which now serves as a museum, thanks to the Make It Happen program through Ohio Living Home Health & Hospice and its volunteers.