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As you explore your retirement living options, we encourage you to call on our professional staff of senior living specialists to discuss any questions and concerns you may have about moving to a retirement community.

We welcome the opportunity to share with you what we've learned over the years. In the meantime, here are some senior living resources that you may find helpful on your retirement journey.


  • AARP – One of the best senior living resources, the AARP provides helpful articles, videos, discounts and important updates no senior will want to miss.
  • Administration on Aging – A great governmental site focusing on senior health and wellness.
  • Alzheimer's Association – For seniors who require memory care services, this site provides comprehensive information and offers a wealth of senior living resources.
  • American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging – Another valuable resource for seniors, this site advocates on seniors’ behalf while supplying them with vital tools and information.
  • American Seniors Housing Association – This group, another senior advocacy group, is ready to work for you to make sure your voice is heard in Washington and at the local level.
  • American Society on Aging – Dedicated to improving seniors’ quality of life, this organization has more than 60 years of experience providing senior living resources to those who need them.
  • Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) – This organization focuses exclusively on senior living communities, providing terrific info for seniors and their families.
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) – Check with this organization for information about accredited health care and community services.
  • International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) – This is another organization with a focus on senior health and wellness. A terrific senior living resource to have at your disposal.
  • National Alliance for Caregiving – With the goal of improving quality of life with a family focus, this group’s outreach efforts are something you’ll want to keep tabs on.
  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys – Elder law specialists can be very important to ensuring peace of mind during your retirement years and this website has the tools necessary to get the info you need.
  • National Center for Assisted Living – Another quality resource for those who need it, this assisted living site will provide you with all you need to know about transitioning your health requirements.
  • National Council on Aging – This useful site provides information for professional caregivers, seniors and their families, and advocacy groups.
  • Nursing Home Abuse Center - Nursing Home Abuse Center (NHAC) is an online resource with information about senior and elder dangers and safety options.
  • Social Security Administration – Much like the AARP, this is a page you’ll want to frequent often so you can stay up-to-date on helpful tools and any important changes that come about.
  • U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging – A valuable resource for seniors who have faced a legal issue or have been taken advantage of.



  • Department of Veterans Affairs – For all our veterans, this site will detail information about the health care, benefits and memorials you earned and deserve. 


  • MesotheliomaGuide – This organization works to be a trusted ally in the fight against asbestos-related cancer. We provide up-to-date information about living with mesothelioma, top doctors, treatment options, and more.
  • National Institute on Aging – The organization prides itself on being the national leader in age-related research. A valuable asset for seniors who want to stay healthy and active.
  • National Institute on Health – The parent organization to the above-mentioned NIA, this group is dedicated to promoting health and wellness to people of all ages. 

Dayton-Area Resources

  • Ohio Department of Aging – This site will give you comprehensive information about senior services located throughout the state, including Dayton.
  • Ohio Department of Health – A general health and wellness site for Ohio, here you’ll find information about staying active and healthy along with disease prevention.
  • Greater Dayton Recreation Center – A terrific activity center for people of all ages, this venue hosts numerous programs, including many for seniors.
  • Lathrem Senior Center – Located just south of Dayton in Kettering, Ohio, this senior center has numerous activities, organizations and special events available to area seniors.

Xenia-Area Resources

  • Xenia Adult Recreation and Services Center – This center, dedicated to engaging and socializing Xenia community members, has a multitude of activities and events for local seniors.
  • City of Xenia – This site gives a complete overview of matters relating to Xenia, and what services, activities and events the city offers.

Government Advocate Information:

The following list of senior living resources includes state and local government agencies and resident advocacy organizations.

Ohio Department of Health

246 North High Street

Columbus, Ohio 43215


Ohio Department of Health

Dayton District Office

40 South Main Street

Dayton, Ohio 45202-2021

Greene County Combined

Health District

360 Wilson Drive

Xenia, Ohio 45385



Ohio Department of Aging

50 West Broad Street, 8th Fl.

Columbus, Ohio 43215

614-466-5500, 800-282-1206

Area Agency on Aging

6 South Patterson Blvd. #200

Dayton, Ohio 45402-2111


Greene County Council on Aging

140 Rogers Street

Xenia, Ohio 45385



Ohio Department of Job

and Family Services

30 East Board Street, 32nd Fl.

Columbus, Ohio 43215



Greene County Department

of Job & Family Services

541 Ledbetter Road

Xenia, Ohio 45385



Ohio Long Term Care

Ombudsman - Dayton

15 East 4th Street #208

Dayton, Ohio 45402



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