"I have been meaning to send you this letter of thanks from the time my parents, Bill and Ramona, moved into the independent living cottage at Traditions in Beavercreek in Sept/Oct of last year. I live in Columbus, and my husband and I have visited as much as we can. We have been so impressed with the care you take with all your residents, and the kindness you give them. Because we live in Columbus, we can't visit as frequently as we would like to, but we are heartened by your care & extra help you provide residents (eg, the groceries in the Valley model home most recently), and that gives us so much peace of mind, especially during this troubling time with the COVID-19. As a journalist, I write about health care issues, so I know you all are putting yourselves at risk every day, and that your energy and mental health are especially tasked at this time. Please know I am so very, very appreciative of and grateful for your love, attention and hard work. You are truly angels! Here is a virtual hug from a very grateful daughter and her husband."Lisa S
"Traditions of Beavercreek was wonderful. The rooms were great. The dining area was very nice. They have a schedule of activities going on every day. The staff was wonderful. They have very good amenities. They have an exercise room, a place for hairdressing, and a chapel. The building was not humongous." Cathie
"Great staff, caring and compassionate!" Tara J.
"I had an interview here today, and I must say, I have never felt so welcomed to a healthcare facility before!!! Everyone greeted me as I walked in the door, no one walked past without offering something!!! Truly amazed...keep up the great work!!" Shannon L.
"Great place with very caring staff. I have never seen a better place and I am in healthcare." Ray S.
"I don't spend much time in assisted living facilities. However, I've been to this particular one a handful of times to visit my mother-in-law who works here. I've got to say, as far as places like this go...there's a stigma that's associated with them. Traditions is warm and inviting. I've gone to several events here and the residents have such a great time. If I'm every in the position that I need a facility like this, I know where to go." Justin G. (Google+)
"Everything was good at Beavercreek. I would live there. The facility was brand spanking new and it didn't look like a nursing facility, it looked like a really nice apartment complex. There were houses in the back and single family dwelling houses. It was open, spacious, airy and light. There were also activities. As you walk in, there's a lady to greet you, but it didn't feel like a receptionist's desk. It made you feel like you walked into somebody's living room. She was very friendly and the admissions person was fantastic. They had excellent follow through. The staff as they walked by engaged with the residents and the residents engaged with the staff. It looked like they were having a card party. It just felt alive. I was shown the independent living, the assisted living and the memory care sections. " Gloria (Caring.com)
"Things are going pretty well for my mothers since her move into Traditions. It is a brand new facility and she loves her apartment. My father-in-law is on the assisted living side and it's going pretty well for him, too. I would recommend this community because it is new, clean and everyone is friendly." Beavercreek, OH Family (SeniorAdvisor.com)
"Traditions of Beavercreek is on the top of my list of places to go. The place is new, very nice, and very clean. In a two-bedroom unit, they truly have two bedrooms and a living room. Some just have two big rooms where one was the bedroom and the other was the living room. The dining area was gorgeous. It was like a high-end restaurant with table service." Earl (Caring.com)
"A beautiful facility and everything you could need or want is provided. My sister's apartment is beautiful because everything is new. The place is nice, kind of like in the suburbs, easy to find and has plenty of parking. They have exercise, movies and transportation to where you need to go." Donna (Caring.com)
"I loved Traditions of Beavercreek. They were just opening up and everything looked brand new. It looked like a very high-end upscale hotel inside that people with a lot of money would go to. They allowed pets and had a beauty salon and fitness center. They offered a chapel for people, restaurant-style dining that included three meals a day and snacks, a theater, a second little cafe casual dining area, laundry, transportation and 24-hour nursing staff available with emergency response. They had housekeeping in the assisted living. Somebody comes in once a week who does the cleaning, washes and changes their bedding. It had walking paths and nice grounds around it. They set up little mini trips to the grocery, to the mall or even a special outing to a play. There was endless recreation and entertainment. " Kathleen (Caring.com)
"My mother is at Traditions of Beavercreek. It's fairly new, clean and the price is good. I like the size of the room. It's very nice. They have a meeting area where they do games, different activities, a small area where they can do exercise bikes ad exercise classes, a nice dining room and another room where they do happy hour. They have a nice courtyard, which is very well maintained. It's bright, cheery and very open. The staff is good." Anonymous (Caring.com)
"I have relatives that are residents here. Staff are all very nice and professional. Facility is great. Phase 2 and 3 will be adding more independent living units. Many relatives have visited and nearly all say 'I want to live here.' Fabulous food, too!" Timothy D. (Google+)