Choosing a Community

At Maple Knoll Village, we understand that choosing a retirement community is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. Early research and numerous tours of a facility will allow you to make the right decision when the time comes. The three items below are designed to assist you in choosing the best community for your needs. Maple Knoll also has Retirement Counselors available to answer all your questions during this selection process.

Elder Resources document


As you prepare for your retirement search you may encounter some terms you are unfamiliar with. Knowledge of these Common Terms should help you to become more informed on the concepts of retirement living.

Common Terms document


When touring a retirement community you may not always be aware of what questions you should ask. We have set up a list of Guided Questions for you to ask when inquiring about a community. This will allow you to fully understand what the community has to offer you.

Retirement Community Questions document


We also understand that the price of retirement living can seem overwhelming at first glance. Once you break that price down most often you will discover that is around if not less than what you pay for your current lifestyle. Please click on the link below to help you compare your current cost of living with that of a retirement community, such as Maple Knoll Village or The Knolls of Oxford.

Comparison Evaluation document

Additional Resources

Ombudsman
An Ombudsman is an advocate for home care consumers and for residents of nursing homes, adult care homes and assisted living. The local ombudsman office serving Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties in Southwest Ohio is at Pro Seniors. www.proseniors.org
513-345-4160 (Toll free: 800-488-6070)

Senior Legal Helpline at Pro Seniors
Pro Seniors is a non-profit organization that provides free legal information, advice, and referral for residents of Ohio age 60 and over, regardless of income or resources. Pro Seniors' website offers a range of informative factsheets on legal and long-term care issues facing older adults, as well as an explanation of the other services available through Pro Seniors. www.proseniors.org
513-345-4160 (Toll free: 800-488-6070)