A: Assisted living combines housing, supportive services, social activities and health care that are designed to meet the needs of seniors who need help with daily activities. It is different than a nursing home because it doesn’t provide complex medical or nursing care.
A: We provide meals and snacks, housekeeping, assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting and walking. We also provide access to medical services for all our residents and short-term care visitors, in addition to 24-hour staffing within a secured environment. Even further, our staff covers medication management and laundry services as well as social and recreational activities.
A: We provide all of the same services as other assisted living homes, but we only care for residents with memory impairment.
A: Absolutely! We welcome residents of all faiths, cultures, and ethnic backgrounds.
A: Yes, we provide daily programs that incorporate exercise and current events. Our activities include artistic creativity as well as spiritual, social, and intellectual stimulation. We also welcome family members to make recommendations to our activities director.
A: No. Since all of our residents have some form of memory impairment, we provide private and semi-private rooms, but not apartments.
A: Yes. This benefit is set up for veterans and their surviving spouse. We are happy to provide more information on who qualifies and how to apply for aid.
A: Yes. We provide medication maintenance for all residents who take medications. We use a local pharmacy and their bubble wrap system for accuracy.
A: We do not provide furnished rooms, except for our adult day and short-term stay programs. Our rooms can accommodate a twin or full-size bed, along with average sizes and amounts of other furnishings. Please feel free to decorate your room with personal touches, like photos. We want this to feel and look like home.
A: Yes, we do. Please call and ask for the community relations coordinator for a tour and specific information.
A: No. We do not restrict visiting hours and welcome visitors at any time.
A: Yes. We request all nutritional information prior to move-in, including medically necessary food requirements as well as food preferences, so the chef is prepared.
A: Absolutely. Please call our community relations coordinator and we will start the process immediately.
A: You can email us a form by clicking here, you can drop by Governor’s Glen and ask to speak with the community relations coordinator, or you can call us at 404-362-0404.
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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