An open house event is scheduled for today, July 31, at the recently remodeled National Church Residences Center for Senior Health-North, 1700 E. Dublin-Granville Road.
The event is scheduled to take place from noon to 2 p.m.
The open house will showcase the recent remodeling of the facility, which provides adult day services.
The improvements include a new entryway with a meeting room where people who want more information can be spoken with confidentially; new floors in the main hallway and two of the three program rooms; new furniture; and a new garden with elevated flower beds, according to the announcement from National Church Residences.
The garden was redesigned with the help of Home Depot, ScottsMiracle-Gro, Ruscilli Construction Co. and the Mirolo Charitable Foundation.
"This open house will raise the awareness of the improved space, and demonstrate how important adult day services are to us," said Mike Finelli, director of business operations for National Church Residences, in a statement.
NCR provides adult day services for adults with cognitive and physical impairments through the Center for Senior Health.
Other services provided include health care, rehabilitation, nutrition, personal care, counseling, therapeutic activities and transportation.
NCR over the Dublin-Granville Road building from Heritage Day Health Centers in 2006 and completed more than $1 million in renovations in 2007.
The building itself was built in the late 1970s as a Frank's Nursery and Crafts store.
Today's open house is open to referral sources, business associates, Northland community groups and the general public. The event is to include music on the patio, refreshments and tours of the facility.