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Making sure the deposit is refundable is one of the important 'to do's' when you are researching assisted living for yourself, a friend, or a loved one.

Many facilities require that a deposit be submitted to reserve a spot for a family member that is considering moving to the facility.

It is important for you to find out, in writing, if possible, if the deposit will be refunded if you decide against the facility. This is one area that has caused a great deal of confusion with families, and has caused heated, and at-times legal arguments between family and facility.

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Does it matter if the assisted living facility that you are interested in is involved in the community, trade organizations, and other relevant industry and community groups? We think it certainly does, for a number of reasons.

Researching assisted living facilities can be a mind-boggling exercise. Especially since the number of facilities in any given city can often grow faster than you can count them (thanks to the millions of baby-boomers getting ready to retire.) In any major city, there may be dozens, and at times hundreds of facilities to choose from, of different sizes, with different services offered, and vastly differing reputations. Some facilities may largely be 'off the grid' - meaning they don't have much of a presence online, or with other advertising and marketing means. Others may be quite visible everywhere you turn, with ads, signage etc. You may also be familiar with other facilities just from name recognition alone (I think most of us have heard of the big names out there - Sunrise Assisted Living, Brookdale, etc).

So how do you whittle down this large list into a manageable set of choices? It may be a good idea to start with any local Assisted Living Associations or organizations to see who is involved, and what information they might have on the facility.

For example, Georgia has the Assisted Living Association of Georgia, which is a highly visible group of people advocating for, and acting as the voice for the assisted living industry in Georgia. This group also lists the facilities who are members, and who participate in association events, policy, and affairs. This list for Georgia and Atlanta can be seen here.

We think that, since Assisted Living is so un-uniformly regulated across the US, and since states are mostly in charge of laws and policies within their states, it is in the best interests of any assisted living facility to be active and involved however they can - with associations, community events, and other forms of outreach.

Facilities, individuals, and facility owners and administrators that take the time to be involved send a strong message that they care about their industry, their image, and educating the public about the best that assisted living has to offer.

In addition, many assisted living associations have what might be regarded as a 'code of ethics' that their members and facilities must abide to. They may require that people adopt the objective of serving the interest of adults needing assistance, while enhancing their quality of life, and fulfilling any and all immediate needs....all done with "fairness, honesty and a sense of social responsibility." Facilities may also be asked to pledge, in one way or another, to convey a positive image about assisted living to the public at all times, and to support the positive image of relevant senior services within the city or area, or provided by the city or state.

Another way a facility might benefit by being involved in a city or state assisted living group or organization is that it offers a readily-available way for facility owners, administrators, and employees to communicated with each other, and to learn from one another. Being isolated from your 'competitors' and colleagues can cause a facility to fall behind in terms of new advancements in the industry, or methods of handling the different sorts of challenges inherent to residents with conditions such as Alzheimer's or Dementia, or even to lose business. Often times, facilities that are full, or perhaps not able to handle a certain type of resident might refer this person to another facility. If this facility has networked with other facility administrators in an external group or association, they are probably more likely to refer the potential resident to them, over a facility that they know nothing about.

All of this isn't to suggest that if a facility is not involved in the community, or within an association such as the Assisted Living Association of Georgia (ALAG), that they don't offer a quality facility or services. We simply believe that by being involved and an active participant associations or trade groups, that any facility will greatly benefit from the network of experts that they will have immediate access to, and will also be up-to-date on industry happenings, news, techniques and issues. The associations, in turn, can provide another way to monitor facilities to ensure that they operate within the highest level of standards and ethics possible.

The Fulton County Office on Aging (which is a division of the Fulton County Housing and Human Services site), offers a number of programs and a continuum of services for seniors in Atlanta and Fulton County. They recommend that you call the Starline to find our more information about the various programs, services, and classes offered. The number is (404) 613-6000.

Among the services offered, there is Adult Day Care; a Dial-a-Ride program; Home Delivered Meals; Advocacy; a Caregiver Support Program, and much more. In addition, the Office on Aging has a page that lists the various senior and multi-use centers around Atlanta and in Fulton County, as well as neighborhood Senior Centers. This information can be found on the Office on Aging for Fulton County page here.

Assisted Living Association of Georgia:

"The Assisted Living Association of Georgia (ALAG) is a statewide nonprofit organization comprised of individuals and companies actively involved in the management and ownership of assisted living communities, senior communities and homes for the mentally/physically disabled." Website

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Assisted Living is defined differently depending on where you are in the country. Each state has a slightly different definition on what assisted living is, and entails. The Georgia Department of Community Health offers an excellent 'snapshot' into assisted living in Georgia, and it includes a thorough definition, exemptions, type regulation, legal authority, and more. You can view all of this information provided on a .pdf document here

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Fulton County has a good senior services department, which offers numerous programs and activities for Fulton County and Atlanta seniors. On the Senior Citizen Services web-page, you can find out about local Senior Centers, Adult Day Care programs in Atlanta, and also about health programs for seniors which include: volunteer services, case management, advocacy, meals on wheels, and much more! Intro by

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The Mann House Assisted Living Atlanta offers a positive difference for families and seniors that it serves.   This facility is located in Atlanta.

Atlanta's Premier Assisted Living Home

Today, The Mann House has made a real, positive difference in the lives of hundreds of residents and their families since opening in 1988. Ask for our reference list of families who have offered to be a referral for our new family prospects. Its what they say about us that is important.
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PERSONALIZED SERVICE, We are experts in the unique care and management of our residents with Alzheimer's Disease and dementia,,The relatively small number of residents at The Mann House enables us to design a specialized care program,Ladies and gentlemen are truly able to age-in-place at The Mann House,Our Medical Director and supporting physicians are available for consultations, office and home visits (at The Mann House) as requested

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Brighton Gardens Assisted Living Facility Atlanta

Make yourself at home at Brighton Gardens of Vining

Home is where you can be yourself and greet the world your own way. Everything we do at Brighton Gardens of Vining is designed to enhance the dignity, independence and individuality of our residents. Located near historic Vining, convenient to I-285 and just minutes from Cumberland Mall, Bulkhead and downtown Atlanta, Brighton Gardens of Vinings is perched above the heart of the Vinings community with a stunning view of downtown Atlanta's skyline. We pride ourselves in our individualized service plans, pet-friendly policy, activities programming seven days a week, and gourmet meals. We also offer a physical, occupational, and speech therapy provider on-site.

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[Video] Safe Haven Assisted Living Home - Atlanta

Safe Haven is a luxurious residential assisted living home in Atlanta with beautiful landscaping, lawns and gardens, in a secluded, peaceful-feeling environment. PH: 404-235-7733

[Video] Summerset Assisted Living Community in Atlanta

Your 'home away from home.' This video features an overview and description by the President and CEO Mack Willis and co-owner and Executive Vice-President Gwendolyn Willis. State-of-the-art amenities and activities. and laughter at Summerset! PH: 404-691-4545

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Greetings! My name is Victoria, and I am a local, Atlanta senior care expert. I am certified, and available to help you and your family to find the right care in Atlanta based on what you need, and on your budget.

My services are completely free. I am available to answer simple questions, to more complex issues regarding costs, waivers, insurance, paperwork and regulations relevant to all types of senior care - from assisted living, to memory care and Alzheimer's facilities in Atlanta, as well as independent living and skilled nursing.

I am local, and I am familiar with and have developed relationships with many of the facilities and administrators in the Atlanta metro area.

I look forward to taking some of the work and research off of your shoulders - and to helping guide you towards the best match for yourself, or your loved-one.

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Assisted Living in Atlanta GA

The Gardens of Magnolia Trails is a series of assisted living communities located in the Atlanta, Georgia Metropolitan area. Centrally located, with easy access to the cultural, recreational, and shopping centers that Atlanta has to offer, The Gardens offer comfortable, safe living for our residents. We provide meals, activities, and housekeeping for our residents in their private or semi-private rooms. In addition, we also have a physician and R.N. always on call, able to monitor patient health, administer medication as well as address any emergency medical situations The Gardens of Magnolia Trails

Arbor Terrace at Cascade - Alzheimer's/Dementia Care and Assisted Living

Arbor Terrace at Cascade Alzheimer's

 Licensed Nurse on staff
 Medication management
 Diabetic management
 3 nutritious meals served daily (including sugar-free and low sodium options)
 Assistance with ADL’s
 Alzheimer’s/dementia care
 Great activities program
 Housekeeping and laundry services
 Affiliated with the Wesley Woods Geriatric Center at Emory University
 Conveniently located off I-285 in the heart of southwest Atlanta’s Cascade neighborhood
Zip Code: 30331
(404) 418-4059


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Belmont Village at Buckhead

Belmont Village Atlanta

Alzheimer's Care and Assisted Living
"We all want the best for our families: a secure and comfortable place to live, nutritious meals, the company of friends, and when it's needed, the competent care of well-trained professionals. Belmont Village Assisted Living Communities were designed to provide all of these things - to help each of our residents get the most out of life. Belmont Village is situated in a quiet, tree-lined residential area of Atlanta. There is convenient access to health services, places of worship, restaurants and shopping."
5455 Glenridge Drive NE • Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 252-6271


Brighton Gardens of Buckhead

Brighton Gardens Atlanta

This is a beautifully landscaped couryard and gardens. This facility features fine cuisine, social groups, activities, and an abundance of ways to make life here enjoyable. Service and care options include Assisted Living, Alzheimer's Care and Hospice.
3088 Lenox Road
Atlanta, GA 30324
United States
tel: 404-846-8335


Brighton Gardens of Dunwoody

Brighton Gardens of Dunwoody in Atlanta

 Assisted Living
 Alzheimer's Care
 Short Term Stays
1240 Ashford Center Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30338


CAMPBELL-STONE Christian Centers, Inc

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2911 Pharr Court South Northwest
NW Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 261-4132


Emeritus at Vinings

Emeritus at Vinings Atlanta campus

2401 Cumberland Parkway Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30339
(770) 435-4477
 Alzheimer's and Memory Care
 Independent Living
 Short Stay / Respite Care
 Personal Care

King's Bridge Retirement / Personal Care

King's Bridge personal care

3055 Briarcliff Road Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 321-0263

Hapeville Manor Holistic Assisted Living

Compassionate, Loving Care. Hapeville manor offers help with the activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, laundry, dressing, housekeeping and medication assistance.
Hapeville Manor Holistic Assisted Living
601 Coleman Street
Hapeville, GA 30354
(404) 767-5874

Sunrise Assisted Living at Huntcliff Summit II

8480 Roswell Rd
Atlanta, GA 30350
(770) 649-1499

Sunrise at Buckhead

Sunrise at Buckhead Assisted Living in Atlanta

 Assisted Living
 Alzheimer's Care
 Short Term Stays

1000 Lenox Park Blvd., NE
Atlanta, GA 30319

The Carlton Assisted Living & Memory Care ~ An Insignia Senior Living Community

Carlton senior living woman with pet

Insignia Senior Living Community
690 Mount Vernon Highway
Atlanta, GA 30328
(404) 843-8857
 Scheduled Transportation
 24-Hour A Day Bistro
 Kosher Dining
 Shabbat Dinners Weekly
 On-Site Kashruth Director/Chaplain
 Daily Minyan
 Religious Programs
 Weekly Housekeeping
 Gardening Programs
 Social & Educational Programs
 24-Hour A Day Trained Staff
 Emergency Response System
 Musical Performances
 Arts & Crafts
 Resident Social Clubs
 Holiday Celebrations
 Day Time Excursions
 Spa Room with Therapeutic Whirlpool
 Hair and Nail Salon

The Renaissance On Peachtree Retirement Community

Renaissance Peachtree assisted living

3755 Peachtree Road Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30319
(404) 841-6161

Wesley Woods Senior Living Inc

Wesley Woods senior living communities

1817 Clifton Road Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 728-6231

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***A great, state-of-Georgia database of senior services and assisted living that we highly recommend checking out. This data is supplied by the Georgia Assn. of Agencies on Aging. We also show you how to look up inspections and investigations reports for facilities in Atlanta using Gmap2Care!

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