Spotlight On: Twin Towers Senior Living Community

Twin Towers Retirement Community has a world record holder among them.  Russ Witte took home five gold medals this year, three of which earned him a place in the history books.  And he did while competing in the 95 to 99 year old age group.

Residents like Russ are not unusual at Twin Towers where they strive to create a culture of whole-person wellness by incorporating realistic optimism, inner direction, self-responsibility and well informed choices in everything they do.  According to Director of Marketing Katharina Schulten, the community is focused on providing a “place to experience challenge and growth, as well as comfort, security and privacy.”

Twin Towers senior living

This continuing care community is located on a 120-acre campus overlooking the Mt. Airy Forest near Cincinnati Ohio; offering private homes, apartment living, adult day services and nursing care services.  It’s currently undergoing a $20 million renovation of its skilled nursing facility, which when complete will provide care for residents needing long-term care, 24-7 memory care and post-acute short term rehabilitation.

Amenities are abundant at Twin Towers senior living community. Residents, like Russ, can take advantage of the indoor aquatic facility, enjoying a leisurely swim or participating in a water aerobics class.  The Gulden Center hosts performing arts and is a state of the art conference center. The adventure seekers can take advantage of the beautifully landscaped gardens and walking paths while others can gaze at works of art in the historic Wilson Art Gallery.

Residents can also take advantage of the on-site salon, arts and crafts studio, woodworking shop, billiards and game rooms or show off their green thumbs in the Twin Towers greenhouse.

The community provides a continuum of care offering its residents the opportunity to age in familiar surroundings even as their care needs progress. Many residents begin their journey at Twin Towers independently and are able to take advantage of the higher levels of care as needed.  The assisted living at Twin Towers offers access to care around the clock and personalized care programs designed to maximized independence.

Assisted living residents can choose from a several different apartment styles including a spacious two-bedroom apartment.  Assistance by qualified and dedicated staff is available to help with meals, activities of daily living like bathing, grooming and dressing, housekeeping and laundry.

In addition, Twin Towers has a dedicated neighborhood for residents suffering with Alzheimer’s or other related dementias where specific supportive services are available.  The common areas are used for group activities and is home to (m) Powered Cognitive Fitness System, a computer based program designed to maintain brain health.

But, it’s not just about the features that Twin Towers provides, it’s about the experience and the care received. It’s about find a home away from home “Residents tell me that the people here at Twin Towers – their neighbors, families, and even the associates – are like a second family.  The relationships keep them connected,” Schulten said.

And for those like Russ Witte, it’s about living like a champion!

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