Located in Henry County, just south of Napoleon and directly across the street from the county fairgrounds, Lutheran Home at Napoleon inherently reflects the friendly, rural tone of the local community and the area’s Germanic heritage. The opening of the Napoleon Home in 1985 coincided with Lutheran Homes Society’s 125th Anniversary and heralded the expansion of elderly care services from the original Lutheran Old Folks Home in east Toledo. Independent living was added in 1991 and assisted living completed the continuum of care in 2001.
The Napoleon campus can meet the service needs of individuals to age gracefully and with dignity. One of the benefits of being a resident of the Napoleon campus is, if it is determined that the next level of care is needed, you have priority admission status. For example, if you live in Bavarian Village independent living, then you would have priority status to get into one of the assisted living apartments at Alpine Village. Likewise, if you were an assisted living resident, you would have priority admission to the nursing care center.
The Napoleon campus serves people of all faiths. There is a full-time chaplain on staff and an on-site chapel that offers services for many faiths. The scenic campus is quiet with paved, lit walking paths and garden sitting areas. Along with a wide range of available social activities and outings to enhance the lives of residents, the Napoleon campus provides a warm and welcoming place for seniors to call home.
Sharing My Story
From the very first moment that I arrived at the Lutheran Home, my entire stay was amazing. I chose the Lutheran Home because they took my Anthem insurance, but I would choose them again for the great care. Before I got my blood clot in my lung, I never had to think about whom my first choice for rehabilitation would be, but if I ever need one in the future – I have my answer. The genuine staff always went above and beyond and worked so well together. The therapy was one big family – joking while they worked and pushing me, but knowing my limits. My stay was a short seven days, and I can now transition home with outpatient therapy. Thank you to everyone at LHS.