7377 Ridge Road, Parma, Ohio 44129 : 440-845-0200
Happy People

Why Choose Pleasanatview Care Center?

Individual plans for living. We knows how important it is to understand the special needs of people with Alzheimer's and other memory impairments. To provide an enriched living environment, we develop a daily plan of activities for each resident based on their personal stories and memories.

Pleasantview Care Center achieves CMS FIVE STAR Rating!


Alzheimer's and Memory Impaired Unit


Our staff has specialized training from the Alzheimer's Association and plan activites to provide a safe and stimulating enviroment
Mom and I love to sit in Pleasantview's beautiful Alzheimer's courtyard. Shucking corn seems to help her remember all the wonderful times we've had together.

Crystal Hall at Pleasantview Care Center is a special care unit for residents with Alzheimer's disease and other related dementia. Specially designed surroundings provide an environment that is both safe and stimulating.


  • 24 bed, protected unit.
  • Dedicated staff with specialized Alzheimer's Association training.
  • Individual centered care - each resident's daily routine is modeled after their familiar lifestyles.
  • Home prepared meals served in our Crystal Hall dining room.
  • Our secured Alzheimer's courtyard offers spacious, interactive gardens and sensory planting. It also features comfortable outdoor space for visiting - or just enjoying the beauty of nature.


For more information,

please contact admissions directly at 440-887-4204


Music and Memory Grant


The Ohio Department of Aging and the Office of the State Long-term Care Ombudsman,

has awarded Pleasantview Care center a Music and Memory Grant.

Grandma always perks up when I add a song that she remembers from when I was growing up. It makes me happy that I can still connect with her in some small way.

Imagine being trapped inside your own body with your connections to memories and people you hold dear muddled, confused or inaccessible. For many Ohioans with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, this is their world.

Now, imagine that something as simple as a beloved song could change that - even if just for a moment.

Hearing a popular song from our teen years, a chant from a religious service or a familiar tune can be profoundly linked to personal memories. In fact, our brains are hard-wired to connect with long term memory - and this is no different for persons with severe dementia.

Reaching a resident with advanced dementia can often be difficult. With Music and Memory, our staff creates and provides personalized playlists on digital music players for residents, allowing them to reconnect with the world through memories triggered by the music they love.


If you would like to support the Music and Memory Program

at Pleasantview Care Center, please contact:

Kris Leonard, Director of Activities and Volunteers at 440-887-4236

We can use donated iPods, iTunes gift cards and volunteers to make the program an ongoing success. Kris would be super happy to provide more details about the program.

Over the past several months our music therapist, Lindsey Perl, MT-BC and activities staff member Kelly Pitman, ADC have participated in Music and Memory training sessions sponsored by the Ohio Department of Aging. They have both received certification of their training.

We have already received grant provided equipment for the program, including headsets and  iPods to launch this program for our residents with dementia - but we can always use more equipment and volunteers.

Learn more about this innovative new approach to dementia care at the Ohio Department of Aging’s website: http://aging.ohio.gov/services/music-memory/