Vitality is the state of being proactive in life. At VITALIA® North Royalton, we understand that no matter the person’s age, an active and engaged lifestyle is critical for health and well-being. That is why we enable residents in pursuing a lifestyle that expresses individuality and honors their independence and dignity. Our continuum of care community has the technology and leadership to ensure that residents always have the chance to learn, grow, and remain engaged. In our new, modern building the friendly, creative team are always looking for ways to make senior’s daily lives more fun. Enjoy comfortable surroundings with the same great VITALIA® lifestyle, all at an affordable price!
We are really lucky to partner with such a great university like Baldwin Wallace. Our VITALIA® residents are filled with excitement knowing that they can go back to school to continue to learn about their passions and learn about new subjects as well. I can’t wait to watch this program grow as I know how much value it will bring to everyone involved. It truly is going to be the start of something so wonderful.
“Never have I encountered such a caring, loving, group of people to be with every day. I would highly recommend this community.”
-Debbie D, via Google Reviews about the Rockside
“Great team and staff they go above and beyond to make the residents comfortable”
-Cierra L., via Google Reviews about the Westlake
“Very beautiful building. Professional and caring staff. Big change from the past facilities I’ve been in. You can sense the staff is happy and appreciated to work there.”
-Dick H., via Google Reviews about the Strongsville
“I have worked in senior living for over 30 years. I have never seen the quality of food that What people are saying about VITALIA Montrose serves their residents. The flexibility of All Day Dining is a game changer. I never want to my meals to be centered around a schedule that doesn’t fit my lifestyle. Fresh vegetable and fruits, every day, all day! 5 stars for sure!!!!”
-Deborah S, via Google Reviews about the Montrose