4460 Celebration Blvd, Acworth, GA 30101
Are you ready to take your golden years by the reins? Celebration Village Acworth is an independent living, assisted living, and memory care community in Acworth, Georgia. Nicknamed “The Lake City,” Acworth is home to Lake Allatoona, Lake Acworth, and the Etowah River, all nestled in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains. Our pet-friendly, Craftsman-style community sits on beautifully manicured grounds, peppered with deciduous hardwood trees and red mulch. We believe retirement means time to celebrate all life has to offer, which is why we strive to deliver unique common areas, convenient services, and unrivaled amenities. Whether you prefer introspective walks or lively game nights, Celebration Village offers several opportunities to rediscover who you are and what you love. Our commitment to exceptional living extends beyond our amenities and activities into our personal and medical services. To discover all that Celebration Village Acworth has to offer, contact an A Place for Mom advisor today!
Your retirement should feel effortless, so we designed our community to feature convenient amenities that enable residents to easily enjoy their free time. Our arts and crafts room is fully stocked, inviting residents to express their creative side while making new friends. Some...
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The staff seems friendly at first. Then we visited our mom different times during the day and you would start seeing how horrible they are. They put on a friendly face when family/visitors are around but when they don't see you its a different story. I visited there multiple times in the past 3 months during different hours. They ignore residents who are trying to get their attention. If your family member on the memory care unit they want to drug them up. They stay slouched over in a chair. Thank God we had our mom removed from this place. If you are not going to provide excellent care and service, shut down your business and do something else. For those with loved ones, choose carefully and choose elsewhere. By the way our Mom is back to being alert and doing much better.
This place is awesome my mother lived there for 3 years until her passing, I searched all surrounding communities and decided this was the perfect fit for my mother. Mom started in independent living she loved it as she declined because of old age the staff was with us the whole way , guiding us towards the next step. Everyone involved in Celebrating Village Acworth should get a medal for all their caring and hard work. I am so grateful for our experience with this Community ****** six stars for me!!!
We chose this community because of the proximity and the diversity of options that were offered as well as the aging in place. The room sizes are good in the independent living apartments which my dad is in. He enjoys the bridge games offered. One thing he does not like is there are no options on the meal plan, you must buy in for all meals and he can cook some on his own. Our favorite part about the community is the apartments and the proximity that they are to the community.
The are very clean, the staff is very good they are really attentive. It is a little pricey. My father is sight impaired so they don't have very many activities for him. The food was very poor, but they have a new chef now which has made improvements. The room sizes are very good. My mom has everything she needs. We visited the assisted living side which is described as a cruise ship atmosphere, its extremely clean. It has a great layout. But be aware to watch out for sales and marketing. They were things that we were promised, but always had a "BUT" at the end. With this community you get everything you are looking for.
Love the facility!
I love living here - it is well kept fairly active. A friendly community.
My father was there for 6 months and it was great until he passed away.The staff was sympathetic and caring.Now however there has been constant turnover with staff and they do not do the basic care. Their memory care facility where my father was and now several other friends is more of an afterthought. Some of the staff are gruff and rough.People with alzheimers do not do well with change but that is not a priority any more.If you have a memory care facility the staff needs to be attentive,patient,and on their toes.They are charging alot of money and the staff is not giving basic care as in cleaning patients well,making sure they eat and drink enough. I know it is a tough job but these are human beings and they are your responsibility,we trust Celebration to take care of our loved ones. They need to do everything in their power to keep good staff and ditch the bad.I would not recommend their memory care to anyone anymore.
I have not spoken with my mother since she has been put in the memory care facility at Celebration Village in Acworth. This was almost 3 months ago. I live in Salt Lake City and when I call, over and over again, the staff at Celebration Village pretend to try and connect me to my Mother. I know this because one time I heard one of the nurses say to [name removed] the front desk person there, "They don't want me talking to her." Who doesn't want my mother talking to me? My brother says she is desperate to leave and so he doesn't visit her, despite living near the facility, because my Mother says he is the "only one who can get her out of this place." My brother also explained they don't give her access to a phone because she would call her lawyer. He said if I want to do something about this or find out how she is doing I should hop on a plane and find out. I think I have received several phone calls from celebration from an "Unknown Number" but the phone calls are silent and are not connecting. Are they not allowing my Mother to call me despite her knowing my phone number and trying to reach out? My Mother doesn't have the agency to leave without a direct relative going there and escorting her out, evidently. I simply want to have access to video chat with my Mother. I would like to know how she is doing and my 10 year old daughter misses her Grandmother. The last time we FaceTimed was on Mother's Day and my mother completely recognized my 10 year old daughter and me without prompting or reminding.
Celebration Village was beautiful and truly a nice place to visit. It is pricier than we are looking for but if you can afford it, it is definitely worth every penny.
Big rooms. Good location. Lots of activities and PT on site 5 days/wk.
Wow. Toured today and I have to say it is breath-taking. The amenities they have have to be seen to be believed: They have a full salon, a full bar, a dedicated game room, an art studio, a fitness center, a full theater, a cooking school...all connected and centrally located like an on-site mall. The staff seems great. The rooms are great. I was blown away.
This is a very beautiful community and the staff did a great job with our tour, they took their time showing us around and answering our questions. At the time we were here there was no availability.
This is a brand new community and it looks beautiful. The community is in a good location and is close to a lot of stores. They have an exercise room, pool room and a movie theater room. I think this community would be worth taking a look at.
This place is beautiful. It feels like you arr living in a country club type setting. They offer a gym for the residents. They have beautiful grounds to walk around in. The lady that helped us was very nice. It was just way to expensive.
This property will be nice. It is still under massive construction. They moved their office on site now. It is not ready to be on site. It is a war zone there. There are no longer any models to view. There are cranes everywhere, mud, workers everywhere, and no where to park. It is behind schedule. They are now scheduled to open End of March beginning of April.
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