Toledo, OH 43605
Phone: (419) 724-1414
Fax: (419) 693-1026
Contact: Jean DeLauter
About Lutheran Home at Toledo
Lutheran Home at Toledo is surrounded with charm and history. Located adjacent to the former Lutheran Orphan's Home in East Toledo and St. John's Lutheran Church, the Home offers extended nursing care and short-term nursing care and therapy services. In its move to become a Continuing Care Retirement Community, Lutheran Home at Toledo renovated a portion of the building to create assisted living apartments.
Extended Care Center
Initially called "The Lutheran Old Folks Home," the Toledo campus has undergone many changes through the years and has emerged as a highly-respected facility in the area.
Extended care is the hallmark of the Toledo home, being fully-staffed 24-hours a day with registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and nurse aids.
The Extended Care Center is both Medicare and Medicaid certified.
This care is backed by a sound program of restorative therapies including physical, occupational, and speech.
The Toledo campus now offers short-term skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services in The Labuhn Center, which opened in August 2012. The Labuhn Center features all private rooms with attached baths, and provides a warm, inviting atmosphere for our person-centered care. Inpatient and outpatient therapy is offered at the campus.
The goal of the therapy program is to provide rehab to residents of the campus as well as to individuals in the community, thus enhancing their ability to function in their daily lives. The Toledo campus' multidisciplinary team of therapy professionals will evaluate the needs of every patient and plan an individualized program designed to restore function, reduce pain, prevent further injury, and improve quality of life. Rehabilitation services include physical, occupational and speech therapies and many other specialized modalities.
The Toledo campus accepts Medicaid, Medicare and most major insurance plans.
Opened in May 2000, the 40 apartments offer affordable, totally private accommodations. Each apartment has one bedroom, a spacious bathroom and a combination living room and kitchenette. These assisted living apartments are adjacent to the Care Center. With the independent living apartments just across Seaman Street, assisted living becomes the third component of our retirement community.
The Place To Call Home
What makes the Toledo Home so unique is its full range of activities...
Residents participate in activities such as ceramics, crafts, and quilting. There's even a special cookie bake room where residents share their
A large community room is available for special gatherings, events, and programs that enrich the lives of residents.
For a quiet moment, the chapel is designed for regular services or private meditation. The library offers residents a place to relax with a good book, surf the net, e-mail or play bridge on the computer.
Each floor features an activities area where residents can pursue special interests, the arts...or just gather together to share the warmth of friendship and companionship.