Chesterwood Village is situated in the Wetherington neighborhood of West Chester, Ohio. It is a 74 bed senior care community. With a median family income of $87,496, the community is in a largely wealthier area. It is densely populated, with about 50,000 individuals residing in the zip code of 45069. It is located nearby a variety of local amenities, such as retail stores, houses of worship, and healthcare facilities. There are multiple churches within 4 miles, including West Chester Church-Nazarene, Faith Community United Methodist, Tylersville Rd Christian Church, and First Baptist Church of Mason. There are multiple drugstores within a mile of the community. They're also located only 0.7 miles from West Chester Medical Center.
Chesterwood Village offers the following types of care: assisted living, dementia care, nursing home care, and independent living. The community is a great alternative for those who are mobile but may require support with completing day-to-day activities like bathing, preparing food, and house keeping. Also, they can provide for seniors at all stages of dementia or Alzheimer's Disease who need assistance with day-to-day chores and monitoring to avoid wandering. Additionally they can service seniors who cannot live alone and require a high degree of assistance and medical attention. Finally, they can care for those who are healthy and active and wish to live in a social community with a few basic amenities like house cleaning and on-site maintenance.
This facility features a variety of amenities and services. Property features include a hair salon and a communal dining hall.
The estimated monthly average expense for Chesterwood Village is around $6,363. This is higher than the $5,319 average cost in West Chester. The average estimated cost throughout the State of Ohio is approximately $4,538, which is above the national average of $4,215.
Chesterwood Village has been licensed with Medicare and Medicaid since 1996. They obtained a score of 5 out of 5 stars in the latest report published by Medicare, based upon a collective criterion of health evaluations, staff ratings, and overall quality. During that period, they had no payment denials, no complaints filed, no fines enforced, no total penalties enforced, and 3 deficiencies recorded.