Assisted living is a long term care option that respects individual choice, dignity and autonomy.
The philosophy of assisted living is built on the concept of delivering person-centered care and services to each individual resident. Our assisted living member communities offer a unique mix of companionship, independence, privacy and security in a home-like setting.
Assisted living communities were created to meet the needs of elderly individuals who are in need of housing and some assistance with personal needs but do not require continuous medical or nursing care.
While assisted living communities have a healthcare component, their primary purpose is to provide a home-like setting that provides opportunities for socialization and leisure activities and allows individuals to receive the assistance they need while maintaining maximum independence and personal choice.
Assisted living services may include meals, laundry, housekeeping, transportation services, medication assistance, assisted self-preservation, and basic cognitive support services.
Assisted living communities in Georgia are committed to continuous improvement to the quality of care provided.
Quality Initiative – Providers in Georgia have joined assisted living providers around the country in a challenge to meet goals that will improve the lives of residents.
National Quality Awards – Over the past few years, more than 20 assisted living providers have earned a Bronze or Silver Award through the AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award Program. The program is based on the U.S. Department of Commerce's Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence to drive organizational success.