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Press Releases | December 15, 2020
HILLIARD, Ohio – For the past 25 years, Mill Run assisted living has been successfully serving the needs of area seniors, but with new facilities, an increased focus on memory care and often confused identity, it was time to make a change. As Mill Run celebrates the completion of a $2 million renovation, it is re-christening the community as Harmony Trace. Long a center of excellence recognized for caring, quality service and for providing seniors with a comprehensive health care plan, Harmony Trace continues National Church Residences’ commitment to helping seniors age in place and remain home for life.
“Our new Harmony Trace name for the Mill Run community reflects something that is not new, but part of our long-established approach to assisted living and memory care,” said Denise Anderson, vice president of senior living at National Church Residences. “Our staff work in harmony with residents and their families to develop personal care plans that recognize and celebrate the human story behind every individual. A trace is a pathway, representing the journey the team takes alongside each resident, closely attuning to their wants and needs along the way.”
“Harmony Trace perfectly describes the way our team works with – rather than against – memory loss and physical limitations to bring joy to the lives of residents,” noted Sally Grote, executive director of Harmony Trace.
Opening in 1995 and previously expanded in 2013, Harmony Trace is located at 3550 Fishinger Boulevard in the Mill Run neighborhood of Hilliard. The community includes 84 assisted living and memory care apartments. The campus includes a Tranquility Garden, accessible to all residents and designed with features that benefit those with dementia through beautiful landscaping that calms the spirit and stimulates the senses.
Renovations were completed this summer and included numerous upgrades and enhancements to the community’s memory care apartments and facilities as well as common spaces for residents and families to enjoy.
National Church Residences offers assisted living, including the specialized care of those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, at 13 of its senior living communities in Ohio and Florida.
About National Church Residences
National Church Residences serves more than 42,000 seniors through its array of housing and health care services. The not-for-profit organization is driven by a vision of advancing better living for all seniors, enabling them to remain home for life. With 340 communities in 25 states, it is the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of affordable senior housing and the largest manager of service coordinators. The organization also offers residential senior communities, home and community-based services, as well as permanent supportive housing for the formerly homeless and disabled. For more information, visit us at NationalChurchResidences.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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