290 Ranchette Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30004
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I was not thrilled with them. They didn't have 24-hour nursing on staff, which was a biggie for us. They had a nurse there when I was there - one nurse to care for 8 people living there. There were no televisions in the bedrooms. So all the residents had to come out to the common room to watch TV, which would have been hard for my loved one. The woman running the home was very nice. But it was very old. It felt as was as if I myself simply brought people into my older home to care for them. I just felt like my loved one needed more care than that. It might be a lovely place, but I just didn’t have a good feeling.
took a tour earlier this year (2018) along with their other facility which was not too far. Arrived about dinner time at the first one and then went over to the second home. They are more of a home living situations and not a facility. There were only a few residents actually in residence at this time. There was less activity available other than to watch TV, read or play some table games or puzzles. Much too far away from where I live or work. Not the setting where my mother would thrive. The owner and the main attending caregiver have passion for what they do, but the locations were hilly and I don't think mom would be safe trying to navigate her rollator as result of fractured hip (most recently) around the property. If you are looking for a country setting, these may be the right fit for someone.
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