In 1906, the Jewish Orthodox Old Home opened its doors on Orange Avenue and took in five residents.
They quickly outgrew the private home and relocated to 5912 Scovill in 1911, and moved again in 1921 to 736 Lakeview to accommodate 80 residents.
The move to 27100 Cedar Road took place in April, 1968, and the name changed to Menorah Park Jewish Home for the Aged.
This began the expansion from a skilled nursing care residence to a continuum of care and a full array of community services
Menorah Park’s Adult Day Center opened in 1968 as our first community service.
The R. H. Myers Apartments opened in 1979 This marked the beginning of movement into providing residential services in addition to long term care.
Stone Gardens Assisted Living began residential care in 1994.
FUNdamentals childcare center began helping our children grow in 1994.
Reitman Nature Center began delighting families with extraordinary animals in 1994.
Menorah Park Home Health opened in 1995 and now serves the community with four offices serving Eastern Cuyahoga County (Cleveland and suburbs), Akron, Canton, and Portage County.
Menorah Park changed its name to Menorah Park Center for Senior Living and the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Pavilion was dedicated in 1999. This addition enabled every Menorah Park resident to have a private room.
Menorah Park began offering short-term post-hospital rehabilitation in 1999.
Pearl’s Place Snack Shop and Market in the Park opened in 2000.
Peter B. Lewis Aquatic & Therapy Center began serving rehabilitation needs in the community in 2001.
Wiggins Place opened in 2004 helping people live independently through assisted living services.
DriveWise began helping aging drivers in 2007.
CDC Dialysis Center opens, a partnership with a respected organization in our community.
The Adaptive Living Shoppe began making life easier with tools and devices
that support independence in dressing, dining and overall daily life.
Menorah Park's Medical Transportation Service provides non-emergency ambullete and ambulance services to and from the hospital, doctors appointments and more.
Helen's Place, memory care apartments, was built on the principle that
success comes from focusing on strengths while supporting challenges:
based on an award-winning concept