355 Brandywine Blvd, Fayetteville, GA 30214
Hope Memory Care Center in Fayette County is situated in Fayetteville, Georgia. This memory care and senior living community is located on large grounds and close to scenic wooded areas and all that rural Georgia has to offer. The sprawling grounds come complete with walking paths, gazebos, and comfortable benches so that residents are able to enjoy the outdoors on a nice day and get a little exercise in the lovely fresh air.
Here at the Hope Memory Care Center, we have a caring and compassionate staff that is dedicated to providing our residents with the best care and assistance possible. We offer a full memory care program for those residents living with dementia and Alzheimer's. Our personalized care programs are designed to respect every individual resident so that their needs are accommodated. This includes medication assistance, skilled nursing care, and personal care.
In addition to the core services that we provide at Hope Memory Care Center, we also offer numerous amenities to our residents to help make residing in our senior living community truly feel like home. These include:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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The community was very clean and neat. The staff was very and mad you feel comfortable. Communication was good between the staff and our family but there was room for improvement. I would recommend this community to others.
Response from Hope Center Memory CareApril 30, 2021
Thank you so much for the kind words! We truly appreciate it!
The community was outstanding! They were wonderful, helpful, they helped us get to know the community. The staff and director went out of their way to introduce people to me. The community was calling to keep me updated. They moved my loved one's entire room by themselves. They worked well with Hospice for my loved one. This was all within 10 day period. They allowed us to come in and see our loved one each day they were there. The staff was very comforting to the family during our loved one's transition. They sent flowers and called the family to check on us after the passing of our loved one.
We purchased furniture for my father in law--- bed, mattresses, chest of drawers, linens, and a chair. He spent about 4 days there. They will not give us back the furniture. My husband has gone in person, emailed, called, and contacted the corporate office. His clothes were stolen when he was there also.
Funny - only the 5 star reviews seem to be published. Let’s see how long this one stays up. After not quite 3 months of considerable monitoring of a patient, it has become apparent that much, but not all, of the actual staff watching over the patients is woefully inadequate or undertrained or just plain apathetic. Their intent seems to be to turn people into vegetables, so there is little actual effort expended, giving them time to group chat and/or spend hours on their cellphones! Their program —anytime someone gives them any grief, or might actually require “care” turns out to be something they DON’T provide, instead sending the patient out to a psychiatric facility, at the patients expense, to turn them into the vegetables.
Response from Hope Center Memory CareSeptember 11, 2019
We appreciate you taking the time to let us know your concerns. We value feedback and would love the opportunity to talk with you. We take great pride in providing quality care and oversight to our residents. Please feel free to reach out to our Executive Director, Kathy Rainwater-Roe to set up a time to discuss further.
After a difficult experience with our first placement for my mother at another facility, we moved her to Hope. The staff has been very caring, my mother loves the food, the facility is lovely and spotless and we couldn't be happier. I have a great sense of relief knowing Mom is in good hands. It is comparable in price to other facilities in the area. I am thankful Mom is able to be within 10 minutes of my home so I will be able to visit frequently! Thank you to A Place For Mom for recommending Hope and to [name removed] for being so supportive. It's a very emotional time and [name removed] felt like my best friend!
The community gives a warm, welcoming, inviting and clean presence. The staff has been very open, knowledgeable, kind and eager to be of to be of assistance, as well as very professional and efficient.
After several weeks of a hospital stay we recognized we were not able to bring our father home. We struggled with finding a place that would accept him due to his agitation and aggression. God answered our prayers when we were led to The Hope Center in Fayetteville, GA. They welcomed him with open arms and worked to make him feel at home and at ease. The staff is very engaging and reaches out to the families of their residents to ensure a smooth transition. We were so impressed with the level of care and the cleanliness of the facility that we didn’t hesitate to move our mother there a few weeks later when she expressed she wanted to be near our father so she could visit him daily. We’ve seen first hand the love they have for our parents and for our family. The facility is set up with villages based on resident needs and capabilities. This works wonderful for our parents. While our father is now advanced in his disease, our mother was diagnosed more than two years ago but remains “happy forgetful” as we call it. We know each parent is receiving the level of care needed for their stage of Alzheimer’s. Our mother is able to participate in activities, games, arts and crafts with the staff and residents and enjoys programs and services available to her. Getting her hair washed and set by a beautician on site is one highlight of her week. The staff accompanies her to visit with our father and keeps her safe and manages her medication. The full staff, from the front office, to the care givers, the maintenance and support staff even to the kitchen staff greet our parents by name with kind words and love. They’ve made themselves available to answer questions, discuss any concerns and always gives more than we ever expected in terms of love, kindness and care to our parents and our family. If you are looking for a clean, safe and loving place for a parent or relative, we challenge you to visit The Hope Center. We are certain you will not be disappointed.
I am truly overwhelmed by the caring and compassion that exists at Hope Center Memory Care in Fayetteville. Everyone goes above and beyond to provide care not only for the residents, but for the family as well. At Hope Center, the caring and professional approach, the individualized care plans that foster growth in the resident’s cognitive abilities, the care that encompasses the entire individual, and the multitude of activities that keep the residents engaged, has truly been a blessing for my Mom. She has spoken more in the last few weeks than she has in the last six years. I may not understand all she is talking about, however, that she talks and is more engaged is such a blessing. We actually sang some Christmas carols together last week! The fact that my mom smiles a lot now and that she seems truly happy is just priceless to me. I cannot thank everyone enough for all they have done for my family and I during a most difficult time and for so graciously answering my many questions. Also, I thank you for providing mom with the option of respite care during the crisis period when I could not adequately care for her at her home and prior to her transitioning to resident status. When I enter Hope Center Memory Care, I feel like I am home with family. I am forever thankful, grateful, and blessed to have been referred to Hope Center by someone I had never even met in person. Thank you all at Hope Center Memory Care of Fayetteville for truly living up to your Core Values.
My cousin would never have been able to move from Ohio to Georgia without the help of A Place For Mom and Rebekah/Hope Center Memory Care. They never gave up on us!!! My cousin is now being cared for by experienced, trained professionals. The Hope Center offers many activities as well as differentiated levels of care. Their goal is to care for the total individual- spiritually, emotionally, physically, and cognitively. The facility is clean and well maintained. I would recommend The Hope Center to anyone looking for the best care for their loved one. I am extremely satisfied with the care my cousin is getting. Thank you for putting my mind at ease. Anyone looking for assisted living for a loved one should tour The Hope Center. You will not be disappointed!
[Removed] - Thank you so much for the tour. The community is beautiful. Like I said on the other reviews. I almost did not tour based on the reviews. I am glad I did. I could see with my own eyes that the residents were very well cared for and happy. The staff made me feel welcomed. I'm looking forward to the move in.
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