Life on Your Terms: How Senior Living Should Be

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Life on Your Terms: How Senior Living Should Be

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Enjoying senior living at Marjorie P LeeAs a premier senior living community, we know that life doesn’t end after retirement.  Our residents have shown us time and time again that purpose, zeal, and drive don’t have to fade with time. They can be found sitting on committees, hitting the red carpet in Hollywood (you can read Carol Starrett’s story in the Fall 2010 issue of Linkage), and living life to its fullest.

As unique individuals, we maintain that older adults have the right to make their own choices about their future and future care.  Life should be on your terms.

“We won’t go pounding on anyone’s door,” says Victoria Pagan, the Director of Wellness at Episcopal Retirement Homes.  “We’re here when you’re ready.”

That’s why independent living at Marjorie P. Lee is the perfect choice for your Cincinnati retirement community.  We have all the options whether you’re looking for elegant surroundings, a friendly, helpful staff, a stimulating environment, or options for continuing care that can ease your mind your future healthcare needs.  All of our apartments are offered on a monthly rental basis, and we ask for no entrance fees or long term contracts, so you can stay for as short or long as you want. 

We believe that life’s third act should be the best one yet and strive to help you make your senior living an enjoyable and fulfilling experience.

At Marjorie P. Lee, our goal is to help older adults make the right choices to remain healthy and independent.

We know that healthy living is an individual responsibility, and our individualized wellness programs take a holistic approach to health.  We look beyond the biomedical model and integrate six dimensions of wellness— physical, social, intellectual, spiritual, vocational and emotional— that enriches the body, mind and spirit.

Attitude is as important as exercise, and progress must be measured against individual potential rather than a standard medical norm. Living life on your terms means that instead of asking, “what’s wrong?” we ask “what’s right,” and help you build a roster of activities around your passions and talents.

We work to be an innovative leader in promoting holistic wellness and fostering healthy practices among older adults to help them take charge of their health and wellness.

We know that dining is more than just eating— it’s an integral part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and an opportunity for fellowship.

Health foods for senior livingThe dining experience in both of our well-appointed dining rooms is truly outstanding.  It’s not just about delicious meals and fancy desserts because when it comes to wellness, good nutrition is a big part of senior living.

Our team of chefs and dining experts work every day to ensure that residents, families and staff alike all have a wide selection of enjoyable, nutritious meals.  You can order off menu too.  If there’s ever something you’re craving that’s not on the menu, our  team can whip it up for you.

When you come for a tour, stay for lunch or dinner with our residents. You’ll understand why so many consider dining at Marjorie P. Lee a favorite part of their day.

When you live at Marjorie P. Lee, you’re part of an exclusive community with amazing opportunities and great perks. 

Daily life at Marjorie P. Lee offers residents a variety of activities and events. Residents can enjoy learning, volunteering, arts and entertainment or just plain fun!  

Get out in the world to satisfy your love of culture and attend the Cincinnati Ballet, Symphony, or Opera.  Stay at home to sharpen your mind with a good read in our gorgeous library or one of our resident classes. 

Participate in the Preferred Customer Program and use your personal card to receive discounts from various merchants for premium goods and a great shopping or dining experience. 

Retrieve your car from our heated, underground garage to check out our deals with local businesses or stroll through our own beautifully landscaped grounds. You can also stop in at the Corner Store gift shop and our on-campus salon.

At Marjorie P. Lee, we know how senior living should be.  Take charge and start living life on your terms.  

Bryan Reynolds
March 27, 2013
Bryan Reynolds is the Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations for Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS). Bryan is responsible for developing and implementing ERS' digital marketing strategy, and overseeing the website, social media outlets, audio and video content and online advertising. After originally attending The Ohio State University, he graduated from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, where he earned a Bachelor of fine arts focused on electronic media. Bryan loves to share his passion for technology by assisting older adults with their computer and mobile devices. He has taught several classes within ERS communities as well as at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute run by the University of Cincinnati. He also participates on the Technology Team at ERS to help provide direction. Bryan and his wife Krista currently reside in Lebanon, Ohio with their 5 children.

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