5399 Northland Dr, Atlanta, GA 30342
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The property is just what my mom wants smaller, more intimate, with a cozy feeling!!
My mother lives at Hollander in Sandy Springs and we all love it. Rooms have wonderful natural light and spacious. The staff is remarkable! We could not ask for a better home for our loved one in her golden years.
It is nice and quaint, but could use some updating on the furnishings and decor.
My mother-in-law has settled in nicely at Hollander Sandy Springs, in fact, she will be moving into a one bedroom from her studio apt which will give her a little more room. She has started to take part in the activities and has even taken a couple of the field trips that they offer their residents. she also likes using the resident doctor there so she does not have to go out to a doctor. The dining area is very nice and my mother-in-law enjoys the food and the menu. I would recommend Hollander Sandy Springs as the grounds and the community are very nice, well kept with a nice social area and the staff are very friendly as well.
I toured Hollander in September and liked it. It was a nice size but I don't know if it is a licensed assisted living facility.
At one time this was a wonderful place. The caring staff isn't there any more. They have cut cost and it shows up in the quality of care which is not up to standards. Residents do not get the care they need. The food is very not good.
I would not recommend this care home to anyone. We did not have a good tour. The director was not informative at all. He could not answer any of my questions. They have a stair case in the building, and it does not have any type of guard to stop you from falling. The rooms were a bit shabby, they weren't very appealing. The community is not marked, so you don't know where your going. It took my a while to find the entrance. There were residents wondering around. This is not a good community.
Terrible!!! the staff don't work as a team. The management is poor. The Executive director has been changed three different times. Bottom Line is the management fire good staff that attack poor- working staff and its been ridiculously drowning since i took my mum out of that dead facility. I pray they get better with the management. The Director [Removed] must be working amongst [Removed] team managenent leaders ,who deceive her and dont give her the melt down of the situation of that facility she is probably blind to see what that place has turned into. Very Unearthing.. [Removed] away from Home!!! Do not go there if you love your loved ones.
Transisitons are difficult times. The only problem I have is a bit short staffed nights and weekends but that issue is being resolved. Mom is beyond content there, and has lost a lot of her depression because they are able to keep her active and engaged most of the day. Night time with Alzheimers is what it is. I am glad the staff genuinely care about the residents and are respectful even when being tested to the max. The environment is very much like the home she grew up in and she is very content. High praises for the social director and her volunteers. The rest are doing the best they can with the diverse levels of care needed and high demands of staff to resident ratios. A big relief for me was Mom thanking me the first night she was there because she had the opportunity to make new friends and live in a dorm type place again. She is so glad not to be the only one in the house with Alzheimers, and is happy being around all the different levels of needs.
My bipolar sister only needs monitoring of her meds and is young for the assisted living profile, but she can't manage on her own. Hollander has been very patient and considerate while they help her adjust to and accept group living. It is a homey, caring place and the staff is very professional. They have been flexible in accommodating and providing transportation to medical appointments. Hollander has also suggested additional support that is available from outside organizations to help my sister transition. She is more comfortable every day and her family is relieved to have her in a safe place.
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