8 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Franklin County, OH

Wesley Glen

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
5155 N High St, Columbus, OH 43214
"My wife and I have both been pleased by the level of care and concern that we have found at Wesley Glen. The staff has been universally friendly and seem genuinely trying to make life there as..." More

Wesley Ridge Retirement Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2225 Taylor Park Drive, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
"Wesley Ridge is very good. I like it. However, at the time, my husband wasn't really ready to make a decision on the assisted living and we didn't want to buy-in on the independent living. Of all,..." More

Chelsea at First Community Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1800 Riverside Drive, Columbus, OH 43212
"First Community Village is almost like a small village, and it was very well maintained. They had everything from apartments, townhouses, assisted living, memory care, and rehabilitation center...." More

Woodlands Assisted Living

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
5380 E Broad St, Columbus, OH 43213
"The Woodlands of Columbus was my favorite place. I liked that it had a higher ratio of men since a lot of these places have mostly women in them. I also liked that they had a huge gathering area..." More

Westminster-Thurber Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
717 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43215
"Ohio Living Westminster was chosen as the 2016 retirement center. They are right downtown on Neil Ave, so it’s very close to anything that you would ever want, like the museums, the theater,..." More

Lincoln Lodge Retirement Residence

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4950 West Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43228
"Lincoln Lodge Retirement Residence was a great place. The staff was wonderful and they made me feel comfortable. However, they had no vacancies when I visited them. " More

Friendship Village of Dublin

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
6000 Riverside Dr, Dublin, OH 43017
"Refund Plans: 80% of Entrance Fee; Declining Balance, 1%/mo. (Price: 58% of Entrance Fee); Also offer lower Entrance Fee with higher Monthly Fee (Price36% of Entrance Fee, for some models)...." More

Worthington Christian Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
165 Highbluffs Blvd, Columbus, OH 43235
"Refund Plans: 75% of Entrance Fee. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Franklin

  • Review of Wesley Glen

    Wesley Glen was a lot larger with regard to exercise and library offerings. It's not as active. They had a psychologist and some social work counseling available, which I had not encountered in any... Read more

  • Review of Wesley Glen

    I visited Wesley Glen, it's clean, fairly modern, they have activities, and they seemed to be clued in. I was disappointed that we couldn't get my father-in-law in. I was impressed with what I saw.... Read more

  • Review of Wesley Glen

    My wife and I have both been pleased by the level of care and concern that we have found at Wesley Glen. The staff has been universally friendly and seem genuinely trying to make life there as plea... Read more


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