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If you or a loved one is having trouble with daily tasks or has experienced a recent fall, an assisted living facility can provide support, while still allowing a measure of independence. Selecting the right community for your needs and budget is important. We created this guide by comparing the reviews and local availability of 49 businesses and choosing eight favorites from the top assisted living facilities in Atlanta.

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What to consider about assisted living in Atlanta

The Georgia Department of Community Health issues licenses to, monitors and inspects assisted living communities in Atlanta. Assisted living facilities throughout Georgia serve 25 residents or more. They provide personal services, such as assistance with activities of daily living, like bathing, grooming, dressing, eating and going to the bathroom. They also help with medication administration.

When deciding on an assisted living facility in Atlanta, consider the following:

  • The weather is perfect for those who enjoy hot summers and mild winters. If you or your loved one enjoy the warmth, Atlanta assisted living facilities are a good choice.
  • The State of Georgia doesn’t tax Social Security retirement benefits. Additionally, it provides a deduction of up to $65,000 on all retirement income per person over the age of 65. The state also doesn’t have estate or inheritance tax.
  • MARTA provides public transportation in Atlanta that is accessible to people with mobility issues. The city provides a discount for anyone 65 and older.
  • Unfortunately, Atlanta does experience more crime than most cities. According to NeighborhoodScout, at the time of publishing, it is safer than only 2% of U.S. cities.

How much does assisted living cost in Atlanta?

Assisted living cost in Atlanta ranges from $2,900 to $3,500 per month. The factors that influence the price are the level of care needed, the living space and the number and type of amenities in the community.

If money is a concern, talk to each assisted living facility about your budget. Many communities can remove or downgrade services to fit your budget. Ask if the facility offers any financial aid programs or financing programs to help you pay.

Atlanta assisted living FAQ

Does Medicare pay for assisted living in Georgia?
No, Medicare does not cover assisted living in Georgia. The state’s Medicaid program, however, does have coverage for long-term care.
Who works in assisted living facilities in Georgia?
Assisted living facilities employ nurses, personal care assistants and therapists. They also have administrators, as well as coordinators and staff for admissions, care, activities, dining and housekeeping.
What organizations support and protect older adults in Atlanta?
There are a variety of organizations that support older adults in Atlanta, including:
  • The Georgia Council on Aging provides resources for older adults and caregivers in Georgia.
  • The State's Division of Aging Services provides services and resources related to mobility, memory disease, mental health and caregiving.
  • The Center for Positive Aging serves as a source for information regarding programs, products, services and housing options for older adults in Atlanta.

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    Atlanta assisted living community information

    Renaissance on Peachtree

    Renaissance on Peachtree, a Cedarhurst Senior Living community, offers assisted living and independent living. Some of the amenities at the facility include a cafe and wine bar, a movie theater, an arts and crafts studio, a library and on-site physical therapy. The facility has handicapped-accessible bathrooms. Cedarhurst Senior Living also has facilities in Alpharetta and Johns Creek.

    • Located in: Atlanta
    • Address: 3755 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA 30319
    • Phone: (404) 237-2323
    • Website: cedarhurstliving.com
    Safe Haven

    Safe Haven at Lenox Park and Safe Haven at Brookhaven offer assisted living, specializing in Alzheimer’s care, medication management and lifelong enrichment. The amenities offered at these facilities include home-cooked meals, gardens, arts and crafts classes, computer training classes and beauty services.

    • Located in: Atlanta
    • Address: 1137 Lynmoor Drive, Atlanta, GA 30319
    • Phone: (404) 235-7733
    • Website: safehavenpch.com
    Summerset Assisted Living

    Summerset Assisted Living offers various levels of care, such as assisted living, memory care, adult day care, respite care and special care. This facility’s amenities include luxury dining, an entertainment area, housekeeping, laundry service, transportation and an activity area. It offers a discount to veterans.

    • Located in: Atlanta
    • Address: 3711 Benjamin E. Mays Drive, Atlanta, GA 30331
    • Phone: (470) 231-2357
    • Website: summersetalc.com
    Peachtree Hills Place

    At Peachtree Hills Place, residents can choose between assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing care. They can enjoy amenities such as fine dining, meeting rooms, outdoor gathering areas, an open-air pavilion and an art studio.

    • Located in: Atlanta
    • Address: 229 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
    • Phone: (404) 467-4900
    • Website: peachtreehillsplace.com
    The Mann House

    The staff at The Mann House in Atlanta and Cumming are experts at providing assisted living, especially for older adults who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, acute memory challenges and other chronic, age-related conditions. The amenities offered include luxury dining, an entertainment area, an outdoor patio and luxurious rooms.

    • Located in: Atlanta and Cumming
    • Address: 5413 Northland Drive, Atlanta, GA 30342
    • Phone: (404) 250-9300
    • Website: themannhouse.com
    King's Bridge

    King's Bridge provides older adults in Atlanta with assisted living, independent living and memory care. Benefits include a luxury dining room, wellness rooms, large suites, transportation, a game room and an outdoor patio.

    • Located in: Atlanta
    • Address: 3055 Briarcliff Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30329
    • Phone: (404) 321-0263
    • Website: kingsbridge.org
    Corso Atlanta

    Older adults at Corso Atlanta have options including assisted living, independent living and memory care. Some of the amenities that they can enjoy are a full-service restaurant and bar, outdoor patio dining, an ice-cream shop, a heated pool, a fitness center and a full-service salon and spa.

    • Located in: Atlanta
    • Address: 3200 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, GA 30327
    • Phone: (404) 891-9190
    • Website: corsoatlanta.com

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