If you need a little extra daily help to continue enjoying your lifestyle, Supportive Living at Presbyterian Village Austell in North Georgia is the perfect solution. In fact, it can be transforming. You’ll receive just the right amount of assistance you need to enhance your independence while relishing the many benefits of village life.
Our caring, highly trained team is on site 24 hours a day. They’ll partner with you and your family to develop an individualized care plan to meet your specific needs, including help with dressing and bathing, medication management, rehabilitation therapy, housekeeping, and shopping.
Being assisted with that little extra help lets you get out and enjoy our robust calendar of events and activities, spend the day at a local museum, tend to the garden, socialize with friends at a local cafe, or receive a relaxing massage from our therapist. And as you’d expect at our premier Supportive Living community in North Georgia, just minutes from Atlanta, you’ll live amid the highest levels of kindness and hospitality.
To learn more about how Supportive Living may be the perfect answer you’re looking for, please fill out our request form.
Supportive Living Apartment Homes
All Supportive Living apartments are private and offer a kitchenette, living area, bedroom and a partial bath — many also have a balcony. We highly encourage all our residents and their families to decorate their private apartment with their own furnishings, family photos, artwork and treasures to make their home comfortable and uniquely their own. Apartments also offer multiple safety features, including an emergency call system that can be worn as a small pendant.
Your comfortable residence will be just a few steps from our beautiful dining room. There you’ll enjoy three nutritious chef-prepared meals a day from a menu filled with delicious choices to suit a variety of preferences and diets.
You also have easy access to amenities and convenience services such as:
- Hair salon
- Low-impact aerobics and stretching classes
- Gardening opportunities
- Paved walking trails around the lakefront
- Staffed reception desk
- Postal center
- Planned events and trips, keeping you involved in community life
- Transportation to shopping, restaurants and other off-campus activities
- Transportation to and from medical appointments
Nursing homes offer a higher level of medical care, usually for those who have numerous health care requirements. Supportive Living communities are intended for people who are generally able to care for themselves except for a few activities with which they require help — for example, preparing meals, bathing, dressing or performing household chores.
No. You have the freedom to furnish and decorate any way you wish. Bring treasured furniture and belongings, or make a fresh start with new pieces that make everyday living even more comfortable.