Behind this group will be three–maybe four–residential units built as assisted-living residences to promote "aging in place" for Dayton's elderly population. This group celebrated with a ground-breaking ceremony Thursday, October 21. From left: John McLean, Stephanie Carpenter, Tammy Brown, Gary Warden, Jim Kime, Ron Asmus, Taylor Lambert, Cloydene Swentik, Shane McGuire, Carey Honeycutt, Delores Sutton, and Scotty Stevens.
DAYTON–The dream for Dayton residents wishing to "age in place" looks to be coming true.
That concept took a step toward realization last week when ground was broken for a cluster of assisted-living residences next door to the entrance to Dayton General Hospital.
Local residents in the geriatric set will be able to reside in residential units specially designed to accommodate their need for e...