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Garfield Heights, OH 44125

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Trusted by families since 1942, Jennings provides provides choices as unique as each individual. We deliver quality care with joy and compassion.

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Change your address, not your lifestyle! Jennings has four Northeast Ohio locations to serve you with exceptional choices in residences and services.

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Jennings supports individuals through life’s changes and challenges with residences and services that emphasize choice and person-directed care.

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Solar Eclipse information

Are you ready for the solar eclipse? Jennings staff members are excited to celebrate this historic event. Jennings will not be accepting appointments or walk-in tours after noon on April 8 in order to support resident festivities. A partial eclipse will begin at 1:59pm and totality will begin at 3:14p.m.

Staff members: Remember to plan ahead - there may be roads closed or heavy traffic. We welcome second shift staff to arrive a little early and enjoy the festivities with residents.

Be extra mindful of residents when driving, entering, and exiting through the campus. Please note the following important information at each location:

Jennings' Garfield Heights campus:

  • Jennings will be hosting a watch party for residents and will be supplying eclipse watching glasses to residents and staff in Jennings Hall nursing home, Jennings Assisted Living and Holy Spirit Ridge.
  • While families are welcome to join the festivities, Jennings does not have glasses for visitors.
  • Jennings Adult Day Services will be closed on Monday, April 8.
  • Due to expected high traffic in our area, our environmental services staff will be staffed at each entrance, and only Jennings staff and family members may enter in the afternoon until after the eclipse has finished.
  • We are not aware of any road closures near the campus, but we expect heavy traffic in the area due to the City of Garfield Heights watch party nearby.

Jennings at Brecksville:

  • Jennings will be hosting a watch party for residents and will be supplying eclipse watching glasses to residents and staff
  • While families are welcome to join the festivities, Jennings does not have glasses for visitors.
  • We are not aware of any road closures near the campus, but you may experience higher than normal traffic volume.

Jennings at Notre Dame Village:

  • Jennings will be hosting a watch party for residents and will be supplying eclipse watching glasses to residents and staff
  • While families are welcome to join the festivities, Jennings does not have glasses for visitors.
  • We are not aware of any road closures near the campus, but you may experience higher than normal traffic volume.

NASA has shared the following safety guidelines (click here for the link):

  • Except during the brief total phase of a total solar eclipse, when the Moon completely blocks the Sun’s bright face, it is not safe to look directly at the Sun without specialized eye protection for solar viewing.
  • Viewing any part of the bright Sun through a camera lens, binoculars, or a telescope without a special-purpose solar filter secured over the front of the optics will instantly cause severe eye injury.
  • When watching the partial phases of the solar eclipse directly with your eyes, which happens before and after totality, you must look through safe solar viewing glasses (“eclipse glasses”) or a safe handheld solar viewer at all times. Eclipse glasses are NOT regular sunglasses; regular sunglasses, no matter how dark, are not safe for viewing the Sun. Safe solar viewers are thousands of times darker and ought to comply with the ISO 12312-2 international standard. NASA does not approve any particular brand of solar viewers.
  • Always inspect your eclipse glasses or handheld viewer before use; if torn, scratched, or otherwise damaged, discard the device. Always supervise children using solar viewers.
  • Do NOT look at the Sun through a camera lens, telescope, binoculars, or any other optical device while wearing eclipse glasses or using a handheld solar viewer — the concentrated solar rays will burn through the filter and cause serious eye injury.
  • Do NOT use eclipse glasses or handheld viewers with cameras, binoculars, or telescopes. Those require different types of solar filters. When viewing the partial phases of the eclipse through cameras, binoculars, or telescopes equipped with proper solar filters, you do not need to wear eclipse glasses. (The solar filters do the same job as the eclipse glasses to protect your eyes.)


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