The Wellington at Dayton
2656 West Alex Bell Dayton, Ohio 45459
Experience the good life at The Wellington at Dayton in Dayton, Ohio, where desired amenities and convenient services make everyday living comfortable and exciting for seniors. Our well-appointed community offers on-site therapy services, scheduled courtesy transportation, an exercise room and library.
Get acquainted with our senior living community
Feel the coziness of our inviting community filled with life, laughter and friendships.
Fun & friends
Enjoy our bustling activity center and our well-stocked library with rows and rows of various genres of books. Keep in touch with family and friends via email or video chats in our computer area. Participate in bingo, Bible study and shopping trips and stay active with fitness classes in our exercise room or leisurely strolls around our beautifully manicured grounds. No matter if the sun is shining or if it’s raining outside, there is always something to do at The Wellington at Dayton.
Safety & convenience
Set just outside the birthplace of aviation, The Wellington at Dayton is a welcoming independent and assisted living plus memory care community. Wide entryways make it easy for residents with wheelchairs or motorized scooters to get around. And to keep life easy, our pet-friendly community offers daily newspaper delivery, personal laundry and linen services, on-site church services, an on-site salon and barber, 24-7 staffing and an emergency response system.
Everyone is very friendly here. I am a very active person. I love the arts and crafts, word games, cards and Bingo. I even get to call Bingo once a week! I have a third-floor, one-bedroom apartment with a balcony and a studio for my arts and crafts. There is ample storage, a large closet in my studio and a walk-in closet by my bathroom too. I have many new friends and I don’t have to eat alone! Natalie H.
The Wellington at Dayton living options
Find the right type of senior living community.
Enjoy a private apartment and active social life with freedom from chores like housekeeping, laundry and home maintenance.
Maintain your independence while enjoying access to 24-hour support services like help with bathing, dressing, meal preparation and more.
Experience a safe environment for seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia supported by a specially trained staff.
Move in for a short-term stay when you need additional support or try out our community before committing to a lease.
Resident life at The Wellington at Dayton
See what modern senior living looks like.
Education & recreation
From our black tie dinners and painting classes to craft and cooking projects to themed dress-up days, we provide meaningful ways for you to develop new skills and interests and expand your social circles.
Fun with food
Food connects us, brings us joy and can be a creative outlet. You don’t have to be a professional chef to get in on the action! Our staff and residents hold bake-offs, organize recipe exchanges and work together on fun cooking projects.
Whether you are looking for a low-key way to relax or a place to socialize with neighbors, we provide many great options. Pick out a good book from our expansive library, join a fitness class in our exercise room or spend an afternoon at the salon.
In the area
We are conveniently located 15 minutes from downtown Dayton, Ohio, and offer easy access to Interstates 35, 75 and 675. Our community bus can take you to any number of venues around town, including theaters, professional sports arenas, Dayton Mall and The Greene town center.
We are located one hour north of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hospitals: Grandview Medical Center, Miami Valley
Pharmacies: Ridgway, Clark’s RX, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Discount Drug
Restaurants: Spaghetti Warehouse, Jay’s Seafood, Coco’s Bistro, Blind Bob’s, Citilites, Dublin Pub
Shopping: Dayton Mall, The Greene, Kroger, Dorothy Lane Market, Dot’s Market
Our COVID-19 response
The safety of our residents and team members is our highest priority. Company-wide, we are taking safety measures and following guidance from officials. While life in our communities might look a bit different right now, we’re hard at work keeping our residents happy and engaged.