Mason, Ohio Retirement Community
Emeritus at Long Cove Pointe is a brand new senior residential and assisted living community. This newly constructed community has been specifically designed and built for seniors whose needs range from independence to assisted living and memory care.
The Perfect Location
Emeritus at Long Cove Pointe is located in the beautiful suburban area of Mason, Ohio – a country-like setting, yet close to urban comforts and conveniences.
A thriving community of 30,000 people, Mason is one of the fastest growing cities in Southwest Ohio. Dozens of wonderful restaurants, upscale shopping malls, movie theatres and just about any other type of retail business our families might want to visit are right here in the area. Conveniently located off two major interstates, I-71 and I-275, families and residents can also take full advantage of all the terrific attractions in the surrounding area. Spend a day with the grandkids at the famous Kings Island amusement park, visit Fort Ancient, North America's largest prehistoric Native American site, or catch a Cincinnati Reds baseball game in downtown Cincinnati.
The community offers a prime, drivable Midwestern location between Cincinnati and Dayton. Plus, you are only 30 minutes away from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky and Dayton airports.
A Wonderful Place to Live
We are a sparkling new senior community that offers assisted living services as well as memory care. At Emeritus at Long Cove Pointe, we offer a concierge, who can handle all of our residents’ special requests, plus a lobby café for coffee and snacks, a library and even happy hours.
We rely on our residents’ own interests and hobbies as we design our community’s activities and programs. Choices in social, cultural, educational, physical and creative activities are all strongly encouraged. Our transportation is offered numerous times every week to enjoy historical attractions and theatrical events in Cincinnati, known as the Queen City.
Our residents will enjoy a wonderful lifestyle, all with the security of knowing care is available if they need it.
Emeritus at Long Cove Pointe offers the option of extended care, including our innovative memory care program, Join Their Journey®. This means that our residents can have a constant community of friends and staff, even though other aspects of their lives and health care needs may be changing.
And if you’re still exploring senior living options, Emeritus at Long Cove Pointe offers short term and vacation stays in our community, through our respite stay program.
Strong, Caring Professional Relationships
We nurture strong relationships with local area hospitals, like Jewish Hospital, and Bethesda North. The area also hosts several medical centers with a diverse offering of medical providers and specialties. Medical providers will routinely visit our residents, including a geriatric physician, geriatric physician’s assistants, dentists, podiatrists, ophthalmologists and home health caregivers.
Located right on site in our community, we partner with a local rehabilitation provider, which provides physical, occupational and speech therapy. We can also coordinate rehabilitation, skilled nursing care and hospice care as needed.
We hire the people you would hire. If you were going to hire one person to care for your family member, you would probably interview more than just a few. You would be looking for the person who will provide care, but also respect and friendship. We feel the same way. We seek to hire only those individuals who are passionate about senior care as their occupation.
As a new team in a new community, we are committed to delivering the highest standards of care and service to our residents and their families. All of our caregivers undergo extensive ongoing training. Their skills and knowledge encompass the aging process, accident prevention, communication techniques, infection control, and how to manage disruptive behaviors. They also attend an intensive two-day training for our memory care program, Join Their Journey. All employees understand the changes and challenges that occur with age, and with memory loss.