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Cardinal Retirement Village

171 Graham Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223

(800) 558-0653

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4.37

(24 reviews)

Offers Independent Living and Assisted Living
Top rated on Caring.com

2016

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Reviews of Cardinal Retirement Village in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

4.37

(24 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.0

  • Staff

    4.2

  • Food

    2.0

  • Activities

    2.0

  • Value

    1.0

Top rated on Caring.com

2016

ReviewerFC081423A

5

August 19, 2023

I visited this facility

My aunt will be moving into Cardinal Retirement Village. It was very pleasant. I think that's going to be the best fit for my aunt. The rooms were very clean and well-presented. It gave it more of an apartment- type feel instead of a nursing home feel. They had different games and stuff set out. They gave us a calendar of events and they provided a Facebook page or something that showed current events and what was going on. They're very accommodating and pleasant. Everything appeared to be very clean and presentable.

Anne

5

June 19, 2021

I visited this facility

The Cardinal was in a very good location. It was very easy to get to shopping, groceries, and any goods you might need. The nice thing about it is that it has a resident-operated little store, if you need toilet paper or milk. They have a little store that is open a couple of hours a day in the residence. They had a newsletter that the residents put out too, which was great. They tell you what is coming, what to do, and the things they do there. It is just a very homey atmosphere. They offer a continental breakfast in independent living, no lunch, and a full dinner. It is good for somebody who still wants to do their own cooking. We went there on St. Patrick's Day, and they were having a beer tasting which looked like it was fun. The activity director was putting a couple of activities in the main room too. They also had a lot of field trips (which were curtailed because of the virus), but will be getting back on track. They go to Amish countries and the casino. They have bingo, a nice little library, a little beverage corner that's open 24-hours a day, and a fireplace where they can read a paper and have coffee. The building has been recently remodeled within the last 2 years. Each room has a private patio with French doors and screened-in. They raised the floor level, so you walk from the unit right on to your screened-in porch (which I thought was lovely). They also have walking paths around the whole place. It has mature trees. The rooms are a little older, but they have all been redone.

CH

5

November 23, 2020

I visited this facility

My mother will be in independent living at Cardinal Retirement Village, but she will be getting some assisted living services. Due to COVID restrictions, we're on a waiting list for probably a month or two. They have the dining room tables far apart, and the living room areas set up where they removed some couches, so it looked very far apart. They're not using their dining room right now, but they're hoping to get back to that. They want Mom to stay in her own little apartment for a two-week quarantine, then she can walk the hallways, but not have visitors. Everything looked neat and clean, but the COVID thing is kind of offputting. They have a long waiting list for studios, so we're going with a one-bedroom. The staff was very nice. They weren't doing so much. They just restarted bingo, but they have everybody sitting far apart wearing masks. They used to have music groups coming in all the time. They have a place that always has cereal, donuts, bagels, and muffins that you can serve yourself, and milk or juice, but they're not doing any of that with COVID. Everything is closed now. They have a beauty parlor or barber shop, a little library, a large screen TV and chairs that they can arrange to show a movie, and they have a popcorn machine. If all these things were operational, it would be very nice. The staff was very personable and very helpful. The hallways looked dated and carpeted. It looked like hotel hallways, but the unit we saw was very nice and painted and had new appliances. The dining area looked brand new, looked remodeled, and was very lovely. They need to update the hallways. They have a room with a piano in it, couches and easy chairs, like a little living room setup, so people can come and visit. You could bring your extended family if it wasn't for all these restrictions. They have an outdoor area where they have tables, chairs and umbrellas. Every apartment has its own little screened-in porch.

vanna22

1

January 9, 2020

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Terribly upset at recent activities here at Cardinal. Typically as humans, we like to give others the benefit of the doubt, but when it comes to carrying for others, it can be hard to do. My biggest issues would be the floor staff, in particular the aides. Finding out that my loved ones have been buying gifts for the aides children, and they accept them is absolutely unacceptable!! This is misappropriation!!!! One of the aides here at Cardinal have a young daughter in which I’ve seen and overheard her talking about the residents buying gifts for her daughter, and she accepts them. I have made a complaint to state in this regard, but wanted others to be aware that this goes on here at Cardinal.

Debbie

4

December 20, 2019

I visited this facility

I went to Cardinal Retirement Village. There wasn't anything wrong with It, but it was too far away. It was very nice, everything was good, as well as the staff. The had a community bus.

Tamara

5

July 2, 2019

I visited this facility

We went to Cardinal Retirement Village, and I think overall, everything was good. The rooms looked great, the size was very nice, but we only looked at the model. We liked the setup of them, and all on one level, that's what we really liked about that place. The people that stayed there talked to us, and said how much they liked it there. We enjoyed that location most of all. They had a calendar of activities, and they had functions almost everyday on the calendar. However, there was no one at the front desk on a Saturday, and they did not know we were coming.

Provider Response

Tamara, Thank you so much for reviewing our community. I’m glad you had a chance to tour and see our model. While we do have front desk coverage on the weekend, hours are more limited and sometimes our activities might pull coverage away from the desk. Our sincere apologies if you had to wait. If you wish to return for a re-visit or have additional questions please feel free to contact us and we can make arrangements to meet with you at a time that is convenient for you. We also encourage free dinner dining tours- a great way to sample our delicious meals and restaurant style dining experience. Thanks for visiting us!

Kaye027266

4

April 11, 2017

I visited this facility

Cardinal Retirement Village was nice and large. The assisted living was at the back, and the residents who didn’t need extra help were in the front, so we had to walk further to see the assisted living side. It was hard to know what's on the menu because of the way they had the menu written. The people, apartments, and the whole place were nice. Mom would have had two rooms: a sitting room and a really nice bedroom. There's a porch off of everybody's apartment, so you can sit outside if you wanted to.

Provider Response

Kaye, Thank you for taking the time to visit our community and reviewing us. We look forward to feedback from residents, family and visitors as well as we frequently use this information to modify and improve our services.

Sondra354670

5

November 2, 2016

I visited this facility

Cardinal Retirement Village was very nice, and I really had no complaints about it. They had nice staff and a lovely atmosphere. It was quite cozy and felt very homey. The staff was great, and the rooms were very nice and bright. It was a lovely place.

Provider Response

Thank you for visiting our community and taking the time to post a review. We are currently upgrading all carpeting and flooring surfaces throughout the building and adding additional living areas as well. We hope you will visit us again soon when all of our updates are complete.

Cyndy302047

4

October 20, 2016

I visited this facility

The people that worked at Cardinal Retirement Village were outstanding, very kind, and very compassionate. The room was very nice. It's a studio apartment so it's on the smaller side, but it was beautiful and still very nice. It had a sliding glass door that went to a covered, screened-in patio. It was very nice, and it was just $1,455 a month. They have very good menus and a very good chef, and they offered you continental breakfast, lunch you get yourself, and a full dinner. The room has a stove and a refrigerator, so it has everything in there.

Provider Response

Thank you so much for visiting our community and taking the time to post your comments and impressions. I hope you will have the chance to visit us again once our new expansion is complete.

NH837601

2

October 10, 2016

I visited this facility

I visited Cardinal Retirement Village. It’s small, but the rooms were nice. They have screened-in patios. They did allow animals. The people were nice. It is all in one floor. They have the trips. They take you to the doctor’s and to grocery store. However, they only provide a continental breakfast and a dinner. It’s a beautiful place, but they’re doing a lot of construction.

Provider Response

Thank you for taking the time to visit and review our community. In order to better accommodate our residents we decided to expand our social living areas to include additional lounge, dining, cafe, business center, library and gathering spots. As a result of this expansion, we've had to close many areas which make our community seem small to some visitors. Fortunately, construction will be completed before the holidays and will add another 2500 square feet of space to serve more than 120 residents. While continental breakfast and dinner are included in the monthly rate, a hot breakfast and lunch are also available to our independent seniors on an ala carte basis. This option allows us to keep our rates competitive while still offering flexibility with meals. All apartments have kitchen areas with full size refrigerator and oven/range combination. In contrast, All assisted living apartments include 3 meals within the rate.

Dianna280578

5

June 11, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Cardinal Retirement Village was wonderful and very clean. The staff was very cheerful, answered all of our questions, and was patient with us. We toured the whole facility. I was really impressed, and Mom is living there now. They have a really nice dining area with a chef on staff, and I really liked that you can order off a menu. Your meal is freshly prepared for you, which is really cool. They have a library, little sitting areas around the hallway, and areas with different activities. They also had a community room available for families, a little kitchenette, a round table, and sliding doors that go out to a patio and green space. If you want to have a birthday party, you can use that space. My mom has a one-bedroom apartment with a kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom. Her living room has two chairs, a good-sized couch, TV, and a computer desk. Her bedroom has a king-sized bed, a dresser, and a chest of drawers. The bathroom is wheelchair accessible and has a walk-in shower. Her kitchen has an apartment-sized stove and a smaller refrigerator that’s perfect for her. It has a huge storage area that she’s using as a pantry. They have a pull down door and a wonderful attic storage area that’s very clean and spacious. She also has a sliding door to her own personal screened-in porch.

Anonymous121871950

3

March 27, 2016

I visited this facility

Cardinal Retirement is a much older facility pretty much in the city on Graham Road, a pretty busy road. I had to wait because no one was around at the time of my visit. It had an older feeling to it, but it was least expensive. It needs updating. They had a schedule of activities. Some program was going on when I was there, and the staff was very friendly.

Anonymous119080650

5

November 5, 2015

I visited this facility

When I saw what was going on at Cardinal Retirement Village, I had no intention of pursuing anything. They were very nice and showed some nice things, but it just wasn't what I would choose. They showed me a room that was furnished, and I saw a couple of rooms. It's very expensive because of all the assistance they give, but the facility was nice. They had a lot of artwork on the wall. I'm an artist, so I liked to see all of it. They didn't have much parking because these people weren't driving anymore. The staff was very nice and answered all of my questions.

Amy113918150

5

October 28, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We liked Cardinal Retirement because it had a two-bedroom and a patio. It was also closer to my brother. It felt like a homey community of people that have worked there for a long time.

Margaret109470250

5

September 30, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Cardinal Retirement Village in Cuyahoga Falls have little apartments, and the one my mother got was completely redone. It had covered floors, carpets, bathroom, everything, and it's very very nice. The people working there are wonderful. They’re just lovely people all over.The food is excellent too. They have a weekly menu and daily special. They have a lot of social recreations as well. She only goes to some of there concerts, and she likes it. What impressed me most from this community was their concern for the residents.

Caring110741750

5

September 17, 2015

I visited this facility

I visited Cardinal Retirement Village. The apartment was one bedroom with a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom, a bedroom, and a screened in patio. I knew it was a good place to live. I talked to people who had relatives who lived there, and they were really pleased with it. I chose it because it was close to my church, and a lot of my friends lived around there.

Margaret109470250

5

July 31, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Cardinal Retirement Village has little apartments, and the one my mother got was completely redone, covered floors, carpet, bathroom, everything. The people that work there are wonderful. Every person that works there, even in the kitchen, the waitresses, everybody knows everybody's name. They're just lovely people. I'm very impressed with their employees. I've eaten there with her, and the food is excellent. They have a weekly menu and then a daily special. They provide a lot of recreations, but she doesn't get too involved. She socializes with people, and she goes to some of the concerts, but she is not into the games. She likes the apartment setup and the porch. It's like her own little apartment.

Caring113775950

3

July 13, 2015

I am/was a resident of this facility

The staff at Cardinal Retirement Village checks on me everyday, but as far as meals goes, I have to do that myself, except for dinner. Food is good some nights, and at other nights, it's not too good. I have an efficiency apartment now. I did have a one-bedroom, but it was way too expensive. They have various programs. We had one this afternoon -- and I went there for a little bit -- called Patriotic Music for Fourth for July, but it wasn't really for me, so I decided to come back. Basically what I do for my entertainment right now is use my computer. The facility is secure. The security person is on-staff here, he lives here, and he more or less keeps an eye on the place during the night. The doors are locked too. They could definitely improve on the meals. I think for the money that they charge the people here that they should at least give you another one.

Paul108443450

5

June 30, 2015

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We moved mom at Cardinal Retirement Village about two weeks ago. So far, we are very pleased with the place. It was wonderful, warm, and inviting. The staff was excellent. I would recommend them to other people. This week, they have people coming in to play. They have bingo and auctions once a month. They have a lot of outside patio areas and sitting areas. They have constant food available 24 hours a day -- coffee, tea, and snacks for anyone. It is comfortable and warm. The staff could not be better from the receptionist to the maintenance people to the chef. Their activities director gets very involved. For their physical therapy needs, they have somebody on staff there that can help. So far, I have no complaints at all.

Linda (Soucie) Stotzer

5

November 11, 2014

I am a friend or relative of resident

It's been 7 yrs since my father passed away. He moved to Cardinal village after my mom passed away because he was lonely. He had lost his best friend 6 months earlier. He spent about a year in retirement village before he had to move to assisted living and passed not long after that. EVERYONE there were wonderful. The staff, the other residents, everyone. He felt at home there. He loved the screened porch. We feel he was blessed to be there. If you are considering a retirement place to make life easier for yourself, or your parents, I highly recommend that you check this place out.

ErinC

5

August 27, 2014

I visited this facility

This is a very nice community and not institutional at all. Mom can set up her apartment with lots of room for furniture and storage. The best is the outdoor living areas. Apartments have screened-in porches to enjoy the outdoors without mosquitoes (Only community to have such). There are residents of all ages here with a very active lifestyle program. Food is also very good as we had dinner from an extensive menu. Overall a very beautiful setting.

Caring87710950

4

June 26, 2014

I visited this facility

My mom liked Cardinal Retirement Village. It had a nice little patio area where my mom wanted to have some plants and a little bit of a garden. It was a screened porch area. She really liked that. The rooms were a nice size. They weren't as new and as big as others, but they were a nice size. They had lots of activities there. They had outside trips into the community, and they had a bus service.

Scott16

5

May 30, 2014

I visited this facility

I like everything about Cardinal Village. The layout, lots of activities, food, and transportation. They have everything there. The facility is very nice and very clean. The staff were very friendly. The rooms are a little bit updated. It has a living room with a small bathroom and a kitchen area. They also have a patio that she really likes. They play puzzles and bingo. They also have arts and crafts and a physical therapist that would come around. One of the other main items that we like is they have transportation to take them to the dollar store and to grocery shopping. It’s a great facility.

Caring0725138

5

January 30, 2014

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We had placed mom at Cardinal Retirement Village. The environment is very relaxed. It’s very homey and not pretentious. It's nicely and tastefully decorated without being overdone so it's very comfortable to be there. What we really like about the place was that the residents actually have an apartment to live in, not just a room so there's little kitchenette, a living room, a nice size bedroom, and a fully equipped bathroom. I really like it. They have tons of activities that take place on the premises plus they have their own bus that takes them to place and restaurant and hikes; they do walking trails. Every apartment also comes with its own private screened patio with its garden and the area around the patio is there to use. If they wish they can put furniture out there. They can garden/plant whatever they want. It's perfect; absolutely wonderful.

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Costs for Cardinal Retirement Village in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$2,025

Starting Price

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$4,500

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Cardinal Retirement Village in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

Costs

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  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: Entry fee cost : $1000

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals
  • Room Service For Meals

About Cardinal Retirement Village in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

Apartments are all on a single level and include meals, utilities, housekeeping, activities, and more. Screened porches and outdoor living areas are included with all of our roomy apartments.

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