Exceptional Lifestyle. Exceptional Value.
Emerald Village is the place for the young at heart. Designed for active seniors, we combine exceptional senior experiences and affordable living with an impressive list of amenities.
offers residents a convenient, active lifestyle filled with activities and freedom of choice without the drudgery of daily home maintenance.
allows customized care with the degree of support and measured assistance necessary to ensure a healthy and active lifestyle.
is available for residents enrolled in the Assisted Living Medicaid Waiver Program and for veterans eligible for Aid and Attendance Pensions.
Emerald Village Senior Living is located in North Olmsted, Ohio, next to St. Clarence Church and adjacent to Bradley Woods Metroparks. Designed especially for seniors, residents enjoy plenty of social, spiritual, and cultural activities. A range of top-tier amenities includes community dining, housekeeping, medication assistance, personal care assistance, group activities, and various excursions. Staffed around the clock, residents can feel safe and secure in a maintenance-free environment where the nursing and resident staff are available to all. A place you’ll be proud to call home with affordable living for active senior adults, along with a splendid variety of independent and assisted living apartments.
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September 16, 2020 My mother has moved into Emerald Village Retirement Community. We chose it because they accept the Medicare waiver program, and they’re close to where we live. The staff seems extremely friendly, and helpful. They met all the criteria that we were looking for. She loves the place. The rooms are very nice, well maintained, and spacious for what they are; it’s a one-bedroom apartment type thing that she’s in. They have a very, very nice staff there. She loves the food, but I haven’t sampled the food because everything’s locked down. You can’t really get in there much for visitation now because of COVID. They seem to have planned activities every day for the residents to do. It’s just a matter of whether the residents choose to do them or not.
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My mother moved into Emerald Village. This is a wonderful place. The building and grounds are lovely and kept spotless, the apartments are very nice, the food is excellent and the staff is the best! My brother and I have been more than impressed with the nurses, who endured some verbal abuse from our mom when she first moved in. She was reeling from all the changes in her life (at age 94) and took it out on the nurses as they went about their work of administering her medicines. They responded with professionalism, understanding and compassion. These ladies were so patient and kind! After a while, my mom adjusted, and she now appreciates what a great place EV is. She appreciates the nurses and aides who care for her so well. She says the dining room staff and the ladies who clean her apartment and collect and return her laundry are all friendly and make her feel cared for. My siblings and I feel very fortunate that our mom is at Emerald Village. We have peace of mind, knowing she is safe and well cared for and treated with kindness and respect.
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The staff at Emerald Village take very good care of my mother. They see that most of her needs are met. She loves it there.
My mother lived at Emerald Village for a little over two years! I cannot say enough about the care that she received both by the nursing staff and the aides. Everyone from the administrators, front desk, activities, maintenance and care takers made my mom feel safe, comfortable and happy. She enjoyed having meals with friends, participating in activities such as crafts, bingo, exercise classes and trips to area restaurants and casinos. It wasn’t just a place to live, it was her home.
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