As a continuing care retirement community, our campus provides care for residents in many stages of life — from independent living, to nursing care and memory support. With that in mind, we have a campus that satisfies the wants of a life of leisure. The details of individual levels of care can be found in our Admissions Information.
Among the features found on our campus are:
Beautiful walking paths
MAHOVA began with the generosity of A.G. Babcock. Today we celebrate gifts that make our continued care possible. Some areas of the Home are named to celebrate the extraordinary support of some of our donors. These include the Richard E. Brown Memory Support Unit and the Babcock Memorial Building, which houses our administrative offices. For a list of all of the named areas of the Home, as well as naming opportunities currently available, visit our donor recognition page here.