As the Atlanta metro area’s premier memory impairment assisted living community, we only house residents with Alzheimer’s, dementia or memory problems, making us uniquely prepared to care for your loved one’s needs.
We are more than a place for your loved one to pass the time. We strive to create a vibrant, active community, treating our patients’ in body, mind and soul.
Our facilities are conveniently located and easily accessible to those living in Stockbridge, Forest Park, McDonough, Fayetteville, Locust Grove, Hampton and other areas in and around Atlanta.
We are proud to provide an excellent facility for senior citizens who suffer from Alzheimer’s, dementia, or other short-term memory problems.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of our residents through socialization and stimulation of the body and mind.
Our staff provides a variety of assisted living options, including residential assisted living with long-term care, short-term respite care, or adult day programs.
We have a licensed nurse on staff and a board certified psychiatrist on call, and our residents also have access to regular podiatrist visits, in-house dentist visits, on-site physical therapy, as well as daily medication management.
From our full-time chef who makes nutritious meals every day, to our on-site beauty parlor and barber shop, our residents feel a sense of belonging. Our activities director creates daily fun activities to engage seniors who suffer from cognitive impairment. In addition to exercise classes, we offer activities like pet therapy, music therapy, and sensory stimulation.
Our friendly staff at Governor’s Glen is fully trained to meet the needs of seniors with common cognitive impairment issues like Alzheimer’s disease, different types of dementia, and other memory disorders.
We believe we provide the best holistic living experience for seniors with memory impairment, but don't just take our word for it.
We have lived at Governor's Glen for more than two years now. It is not the plan we had for our golden years but; you have to play the hand you are dealt and do the best you can. At the start of our time at Governor's Glen my wife was not happy to be here and I was not happy about having to make the difficult choice to bring her here. While my wife can be difficult at times, Dementia is hard to deal with, the staff went to work and she soon had friends.
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My wife has been at Governor's Glen memory Care & assisted living since July 3, 2017. During this time I have had the opportunity to observe the staff and those that are doing the clean up, maintenance,and the workers that take care of the people that are living at this location. I have recommended Governors Glen to people on three (3) occasions. My reason for this is that the staff and workers appears to be happy and has a very great understanding of their particular duties.
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