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Reality Through Divine Intervention

Date Published: Jul 12 2017

Denise Cozart has lived at St. Leonard for thirteen years in one of the cottages.  She believes it was divine intervention that brought her here with a number of signs that appeared to be more than coincidence.

Celebrating family at St. Leonard

Date Published: May 24 2017

Gary and Nancy Duke knew all about St. Leonard before they moved here almost fifteen years ago.  Nancy’s mother and aunt had both been St. Leonard residents. The Dukes had a two-story home and five acres which was becoming a challenge to maintain.

St. Leonard Named Best Dayton Retirement Community

Date Published: Jan 29 2017

Congratulations to CHI Living Communities St. Leonard named Best 2016 Dayton Retirement Facility.

Four Ways to Improve Brain Health

Date Published: Jan 23 2017

Aging is a part of life.  As we grow older, often our mind slows down, we can become forgetful and it can be harder to multi-task.  This natural part of aging has been referred to as mild cognitive impairment (MCI).

Ten Signs Your Older Loved One May Need Some Help

Date Published: Nov 09 2016

When Becky’s sister asked how their mother was “really doing” after a whirlwind weekend of relatives in town, a bridal shower and a milestone birthday celebration, she was told, “Okay.” But was she?

New Branding for Franciscan Living Communities Announced

Date Published: Oct 25 2016

Franciscan Living Communities long-term care facilities are being rebranded as part of CHI Living Communities, a national business of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI). Sylvania Franciscan Health became part of CHI in 2014.

CEO Recognition Award Earned

Date Published: Oct 23 2016

CHI Living Communities earned the Chief Executive Officer’s Recognition Award for being among the Top Five high achievers in the Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) 2016 Performance Culture Assessment.

5 Factors to Consider When Choosing an Assisted Living Community

Date Published: Sep 27 2016

Making the decision to move to an assisted living facility can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact if you seek out a facility that has these 5 qualities, moving can be not only enjoyable, but great for your mental and physical health too.