Leave your winter worries behind. Special winter short-term stays at St. Clare Commons

Written by Healthy Living News. Posted in January

Winter is here. Snow, ice, and cold are here. Now you and/or your loved one can leave winter worries behind with a new short-stay program at CHI Living Communities St. Clare Commons. Residents can relax by the fireplace, participate in plenty of fun activities, and dine on culinary delights from the St. Clare Commons chef.


“We are offering short-term accommodations to help seniors through the winter months and help ease both theirs and their families’ minds,” said Diana Kobylak, Marketing Director for St. Clare Commons.

“So often adult children worry when their loved one is alone or driving in winter weather. Now with our new short-term accommodation program, it is the perfect opportunity to try senior living at St. Clare Commons and take full advantage of all the services and amenities we have to offer. You have the additional support you may need during our cold northwest Ohio months until you are ready to return to your home in the spring,” she explained.

Adult children need to be vigilant and consider options for their beloved parent, particularly in the cold winter months when weather can be bad for driving and often keeps seniors isolated.

“Senior living is the perfect alternative for seniors who don’t want the hassles of winter weather. Senior living can offer a balance between compassionate care and the maximum freedom possible, all within the safety of our campus. Plus, senior living with its multiple activities keeps seniors active and connected with others their age for fun and companionship during the long winter months that can be a lonely time,” explained Kobylak.

“That’s why many move into senior living communities. It provides them a multitude of opportunities to be involved and stay active. Often, winter weather and its isolation can lead to loneliness and depression. At St. Clare Commons, we help people cultivate new friendships that keep them vital, connected, and creatively stimulated. Sons and daughters have told me they can’t believe the positive attitude change they have seen in an aging parent,” she added.

Chef-prepared meals, organized activities, exercise classes, a pastoral care program with spiritual enrichment, and much more can make you or your loved one feel that home is truly here at St. Clare Commons with plenty of opportunities to connect and make new friends during the cold winter months.

St. Clare Commons has special short-term accommodations for the winter months but only a limited number of apartments are available for this promotion. Come tour our convenient location at 12469 Five Point Road, located just minutes down the road from Levis Commons in Perrysburg, and have lunch to learn more. Let us worry about the snow, ice, and cold. Call Diana Kobylak at 419-367-7586. She is there to assist you. Or go to❦

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