Services and Amenities we offer
Vent unit with pulmonary team – dedicated nurse practitioner, pulmonologist, respiratory therapists, and trained respiratory nurses
University Hospitals Post-Acute Quality Network (PAQN)
Private suites with private baths available
Assisted Living Waiver accepted
Private dining rooms available for family visits
Beauty salon on-site
Vibrant activity department, providing fun and stimulating activities.
Expert rehabilitation care in the ideal environment.
At our state-of-the-art therapy gym, we provide one-on-one sessions, giving you our individualized attention. Our therapists are part of the Canterbury family, allowing for continuity of care. We do not use contracted therapists, like many facilities, so you won’t be seeing a different therapist each day you visit. When it’s time to go home, our therapists conduct home assessments to evaluate your home-going needs.
LNHA, MSW, LSW, CEAL, Administrator
Miranda Lackey, LNHA, is the Administrator of Canterbury and Canterbury Commons Assisted Living. She is responsible for the day-to-day operations, employee relations, and maintaining compliance with all state and federal regulatory requirements for both the nursing home and assisted living. She finds long-term care to be very rewarding, saying, “Working in this field gives me a true sense of joy.” Miranda completed her undergraduate at Cleveland State University with a bachelor’s in social work. She attended Youngstown State University, where she earned a master’s in social work. While Miranda holds a license as a nursing home administrator, she also holds a social work licensure with the State of Ohio. Outside of her job at Canterbury, Miranda has an interest in women’s, religious, and African American studies. She likes to spend her free time traveling with her husband and children.
RN, Director of Nursing
Patricia Tallent, RN, is the Director of Nursing at Canterbury. Patricia manages resident care from a clinical perspective. She has always loved helping others and began her healthcare career working as an STNA. She then decided to pursue a career in nursing, first as an LPN, then as an RN. Patricia attended Columbiana County Career and Tech Center and Kent State University. Outside of work, Patricia spends most of her time with her children and grandchildren.