Independent Living Like No Other in Cincinnati, Ohio
Seeking retirement living with beautiful living accommodations, planned social activities and outings, and access to numerous amenities? Look no further!
At Maple Knoll Village, we have proudly created an active, vibrant, and worry-free living atmosphere for older adults. With all housekeeping, maintenance, and yardwork taken care of, you are free to live life on your terms.
Our full array of health and wellness services, robust facility, and unrivaled amenities make Maple Knoll Village the premier retirement living destination in the greater Cincinnati area.
Independent Living Resident Services and Amenities
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Maple Knoll Village in Cincinnati, OH offers a wide variety of amenities to our independent living residents. Our goal is to provide you with the freedom to maintain whatever level of independence you desire.
Services and Amenities included:
- 24-hour security
- 54-acre campus with a Certified Level 1 Arboretum, beautifully landscaped grounds, and walking paths with gardens and ponds
- All utilities, trash, and snow removal included
- Art studio, woodshop, and weaving room
- Cultural, social, and recreational activities
- Emergency response system
- Fitness center with on-site exercise specialists, group classes, and indoor pool
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Garage parking or convenient parking spaces*
- Housekeeping and maintenance services
- Individually controlled heating and air conditioning
- Library with computer and genealogy access
- Multiple dining options
- On-site hair salon
- Residential Services Manager
- Telephone, cable, and internet included
- Transportation services
- Washer and dryer in select units**
*Beecher Place apartments do not have covered parking but there are assigned outdoor parking spaces
**Washer and dryer not available in 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom traditional apartments in Beecher Place. However, laundry facilities are located on each floor.
Independent Living Health Services
Unfortunately, health concerns are an inevitable part of the aging process. As a continuing care retirement community, Maple Knoll Village provides residents with peace of mind knowing all levels of care are provided on the same campus. This ensures residents will always have access to the care they need without restricting their freedom to live life to the fullest.
Health Services included:
- On-site clinic with University of Cincinnati physicians
- lab services, weight and blood pressure checks
- Consulting specialists
- Assisted Living
- Memory Care
- Skilled Nursing
- Home health care partnership
- Hospice and respite care
- Award winning rehab and therapy services
Ready to Make the Next Step Towards Your Greatest Adventure Yet?
If you are ready to apply for residency and start living life to the fullest at Maple Knoll Village, be sure to schedule your campus tour with our Marketing Department by calling 513-909-7935. Get a head start on your appointment by downloading and filling out the below forms for your application for residency.
Independent Living Frequently Asked Questions
The length of the waiting list for independent living varies depending on your desired neighborhood on our campus. Please contact our Corporate Director of Marketing, John Ammerman at 513-782-2715, regarding the waiting list and application process.
The application fee to get on the waiting list for any independent living neighborhood is $500 for one person and a couple.
The application fee to get on the waiting list for your desired accommodations is $500. The application fee will process your application and place your name on your desired neighborhood’s waiting list. If there is any question regarding financial approval for our community, we will review a completed application to determine financial approval before taking an application fee.
All of the independent living neighborhoods of Maple Knoll Village do include the following in the monthly fee:
- All utilities
- Weekly housekeeping
- Lawn and home maintenance
- 24-hour security
- 24-hour emergency assistance
- Planned activities, social, cultural, and educational programs
- Scheduled transportation
- Beecher Place Apartments include a meal plan
- Wellness Center with fitness room and pool
- Cable, Internet, and Phone
We seek to remove the burden of managing these things yourself, as it can be more difficult for some residents.
Yes! Pets are allowed in our independent living neighborhoods.
You would contact our Residential Services Manager, Erin Navaro at 513-782-2428 who would assist you. One option is to bring additional help into your home through a Home Health Care Company. We will provide you with the names and contact information for several companies. Alternatively, residents may move to a higher level of care such as one of our assisted living or skilled nursing accommodations.
Contact our Residential Services Manager, Erin Navaro at 513-782-2428. If there are apartments available, then you will be given a tour of those apartments. Once you decide on an apartment, it will be made ready for you, and you will line up the mover of your choice. If there are no available apartments, we will place you on the internal waiting list.
There is no entrance fee for current residents seeking to move to Assisted Living. A new resident to Assisted Living is required to pay a non-refundable occupancy fee. It is equal to one month’s rent.
As a non-profit organization we work to raise funds to provide compassionate care for our residents. This means that no resident will ever be asked to leave for financial reasons. Before your resources are depleted, you will make an appointment with our Chief Financial Officer and he will work out a financial plan with you. Anyone who receives financial assistance through the Future Care Fund will remain confidential.
Residents can enjoy the Village Green located on the Maple Knoll Village grounds. This park-like area harbors 29 species of trees in our newly accredited Arboretum and includes a pond, pergola, sculptures, winding walkways and benches for your enjoyment.
We have a shuttle bus that can transport you around the campus and also weekly to an area grocery store. This transportation is a free service. We also have a private chauffeur that will take you anywhere you want to go. There is a nominal per-mile fee for this service. You can also get assistance with setting up transportation through Uber Health.
Maple Knoll Village has a lawn care company that takes care of the grass and landscaping. However, if you notice something that needs attention such as weeds, dead plants, tree limbs that need pruning, etc., you can simply call our service desk and we will initiate a work order.
Yes, we have several employees that are notaries. You can either call the Service Desk or our Residential Services Manager to obtain this information. There is no fee for this service.
The average age of a person in Independent Living at Maple Knoll Village is 79 years old.
Maple Knoll Village’s transportation amenities, including a chauffeur for hire, on-demand shuttle service and three full-time bus drivers, ensure that residents have access to off-campus activities, doctor’s appointments, and grocery stores, and all other transportation needs.
Our full-time security team works hard to guarantee the safety of all residents through daily check-ins, 24 hour call service, and wellness checks upon request.
At Maple Knoll Village, all events, activities, and programs are woven together toward the common goal of enhancing the lives of residents. Maple Knoll Village provides the resources needed to embrace the journey at hand, while also offering opportunities to embark on new expeditions we have never considered. The Maple Knoll Village Independent Activities Program offers over 17 clubs and regularly scheduled monthly programs, ranging from dulcimer, weaving, and writing to card games, technology courses, and regular outings. In addition to the regular clubs, over 100 special in-house events per year are offered which include education, socializing, and entertainment.
Maple Knoll Communities, Inc. is proud to incorporate Information Technology as a service to our residents. We accomplish this through several service offerings as well collaborations, partnerships, and in-house knowledge. Examples include:
The Maple Knoll Village ServUS Lab – Powered by AHEAD Technologies
The ServUS Lab is a one-of-a-kind space that combines technology with non-technical services to provide a one-stop-shop for our residents. Within the ServUS Lab, residents can mail letters, send packages via UPS, FedEx and USPS, catch an Uber, order grocery delivery directly to their villa or apartment, access voice assistive technology through Alexa, and purchase tablets or smart lighting. They can also get one-on-one assistance and gain access to continuous learning through that educational programs held at our Knowledge Bar.
Technology Service and Amenities at Maple Knoll Village
Our knowledgeable in-house IT staff helps both the business and our residents by troubleshooting issues, giving guidance on technology, and offering a more personal experience. Residents at Maple Knoll Village have access to the following technological services and amenities:
- Free Enterprise WiFi (indoors and outdoors), phone Service and voicemail. Worry less about scheduling installations with the phone and internet providers and spend more time exploring your new home!
- State of the art Personal Emergency Response systems (PERS) – Life safety devices monitored 24/7.
- Digital access to activities, dining menus, announcements and more through:
- In-house cable channels with live and recorded broadcasts
- Alexa Integration to My Community – Simply ask Alexa what’s for dinner or what todays activities are.
- Resident App – On demand access to activities, announcements, dining, transportation, handbooks and more!
University of Cincinnati Collaborations
Formally affiliated with the University of Cincinnati, our residents gain access to unique opportunities. Residents can get involved with technology research projects by becoming testers and providing valuable feedback to develop new technologies.
We have a Residents’ Council made up of elected members representing the five areas in Independent Living. Under the Council are five committees: Safety, Buildings and Grounds, Activities, Technology, Hospitality, and Food. A Chairperson appointed by the President of the Residents’ Council heads these committees. The committees consist of both council members and non-council members. A staff member joins each committee. The committees meet separately each month before the monthly council meeting and report to the council. The purpose of the Residents’ Council and it’s committees is to bring suggestions and concerns back to Administration for consideration. Residents’ suggestions are always welcome whether they are part of the council or not.
No, it is included in your monthly fee
Housekeeping at Maple Knoll Village includes changing your bed linens, cleaning your restrooms (including showers, tubs, toilets, countertops, and sinks), cleaning your kitchen (including countertops and sinks), as well as floor care such as sweeping, mopping, and vacuuming.
Maple Knoll Village provides our residents with a basic cable package consisting of approx. 75 channels. Residents who want to enhance their offering will need to contact Spectrum and add those services. You will only need to pay for the additions, though.