Assisted & Independent Living
At Generations Senior Living, we support independence through compassionate, personalized care for our residents. Choose from services that enhance the quality of life, and pursue a rewarding lifestyle filled with your favorite activities.
We have two beautiful and unique communities in Berea and Strongsville, Ohio for older adults who may need a bit of help with everyday activities. Each community offers a comfortable and unique aesthetic, a bustling activity and entertainment calendar, and more.
Our private suites are spacious and include a kitchen with full-size appliances, bathroom, bedroom and living area. Residents enjoy the comfort of their own furniture, belongings and decor.
Visit the assisted living location of your choice
Come see our beautiful locations!
Generations Senior Living of Berea
4 Berea Commons
Berea, Ohio 44017
Generations Senior Living of Strongsville
18960 Falling Water Road
Strongsville, Ohio 44136
Generations is Committed to the Individual
Providing care with integrity and respect
Generations Senior Living is a family owned and operated organization dedicated to treating every individual we care for or employ with the utmost respect and unwavering integrity.
Whether we're providing beautiful, cost effective accommodations in our Independent and Assisted Living communities, the highest quality care for our residents, or working with other organizations to help them reach their potential, we give everyone the same treatment we'd give our own family.
We are families caring for families... It's in our roots!
Frequently Asked Questions
We are a family-owned and operated organization dedicated to providing care with integrity and respect.
Whether you’re interested in our Berea or Strongsville location, schedule a tour or a complimentary luncheon with us today by filling out the form on this page.
The Ohio Department of Health - under the classification of residential care facility - regulates all assisted living communities with 17 or more residents. Generations Senior Living is licensed by the Ohio Department of Health and the department annually inspects our building to ensure we meet or exceed the required standards.
As a family-owned and operated business, our costs are often lower than other residential communities run by large corporations. Fees vary depending on the services selected for the resident’s unique needs.
Assisted living fees can be paid for by multiple sources. Usually, it is paid for by the resident, possibly in combination with their family and long-term care insurance policies.
At assisted living communities, Medicare coverage for certain skilled services provided by home health agencies and hospice services may be available. The Veteran's Administration may also offer financial support for qualified veterans or spouses.
Qualifying individuals can receive financial support from Medicaid through the Assisted Living Waiver program administered by the Ohio Department of Aging, an initiative in which both GSL communities participate in.
Having a conversation with your family and physician is a valuable first step. Local assisted living communities and nursing homes should also be explored. If support is needed for daily tasks but general independence can be maintained, assisted living may be the right option.
People should plan early for potential long-term care needs and research available options within their community. Getting to know the staff and available services well in advance will help in making an informed decision and transition later.
We also recommend touring facilities before the time of need.
Seniors who do not need the intensive, 24-hour complex medical care of a traditional long-term care nursing facility – but who no longer want to manage a household – are ideal for assisted living communities.
Residents must be 55 years or older for assisted living communities.
On-site nurses coordinate all health-related services and can provide limited skilled nursing services to meet the resident’s care needs.
Our supportive staff of care managers offer assistance with personal care and emergency response and they are available 24 hours a day. Supporting staff members can also deliver housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and nutritional services.
The social coordinator is on-site to lead residents in a variety of social and recreational programs.
The administrative staff supports and directs all team members and manages the services offered.
Delicious, healthy meals are prepared fresh every day. Dining Services Director Fred Abraham is well-known by Generations Senior Living residents and visitors.
Our team evaluates every resident before arriving and throughout the stay. Based on individual needs, we will work with the resident, his or her family, and his or her physician to develop a unique service plan. While coordinating all health-related and supportive services for each resident, this plan may also include community-based services provided by a home health agency.
Physical, occupational, speech therapy and intermittent skilled nursing care all may fall in this category. Medicare or other insurance providers sometimes pay for certain community-based services. Our team can assist with coordinating additional services as needed.
Absolutely! The service packages are designed to meet the unique needs of each resident. As needs change, service packages can be modified allowing one to remain in the comfort of the suite.
There are two options from which residents may choose. Option one is complete medication independence in which the resident maintains complete independence in ordering and taking all medications. Option two is comprehensive medication administration by our licensed nursing staff.
The suites are unfurnished, and residents are encouraged to bring their own furnishings to suit their personal preferences. When available, the Short-Term Respite suites are fully furnished for your convenience.
We offer a range of popular weekly social gatherings including card games, Bingo, cooking demonstrations, shopping adventures, educational lectures, and fitness and conditioning programs.
Devotional services – such as Bible Study – are available for several different religions and spiritual practices and transportation is provided to places of worship within the local community.
Musical and drama entertainment are always popular events. Planned outings include trips to downtown and area attractions and events. Family members are welcome to join outings but are responsible for their own transportation and any associated costs.
Yes, in common areas of the community. A computer lab is available for residents and family members.
Have additional questions?
If you’d like to learn more about what we’ve already covered or if you have a question of your own, fill out the form on this page – we’d love to discuss Generations Senior Living with you to find out how we can help you and your family.