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Find out how the vibrant community at The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath is empowering its members to carve out their own place in the senior care world

Entering its fifth year, The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath continues to radiate into the community it set out to reflect when it first opened its doors. The assisted living and memory care community mirrors a miniature Main Street, an interior streetscape that earns high marks from members and their families. A stroll through the corridor...

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The power of community at The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath

Entering its fourth year, The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath continues to radiate into the community it set out to reflect when it first opened its doors. The assisted living and memory care community on Everett Road mirrors a miniature Main Street, an interior streetscape that earns high marks from members and their families. A stroll through...

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Here’s how the locally owned Renaissance of Richfield/Bath continues to strengthen its bond of trust with families and the community

The locally owned and operated Renaissance of Richfield/Bath received a June 2018 deficiency-free survey administered by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) as recognition of the bond of trust the assisted living and memory care community has built over the last three years with 300 families whose loved ones are members. While the ODH licenses...

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Entering its fourth year, The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath remains independently owned and operated and an established part of the community

The locally owned and operated Renaissance of Richfield/Bath received a June 2018 deficiency-free survey administered by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) as recognition of the bond of trust the assisted living and memory care community has built over the last three years with 300 families whose loved ones are members. While the ODH...

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The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath: Your story continues here

After suffering a broken hip, Jean Schwartz grudgingly moved to an assisted living facility. But as one chapter in her life closed, the 97-year-old first-time author decided to “make dough” and start another one. The Renaissance of Richfield/Bath was the place Jean would eventually call home. “One thing that goes through a person’s...

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