2822 Knob Hill Farm Road, Evans, GA 30809
At Madison Heights, we provide a range of community features. Residents can enjoy regularly scheduled off-site experiences and outings. Our purpose-built community has the advantage of specialized care; every aspect of the community is designed to cater to the special needs of its occupants.
All meals are provided to residents. It's our delight to entertain visiting company, meals provided. We offer specified dining choices such as vegetarian food and Kosher fare.
We have specially curated on-site activities that stimulate both mental and physical abilities. To ensure residents enjoy a diverse cycle of events and entertainment, we employ a full-time activities director. We love to organize resident karaoke nights. Residents enjoy regular trips and outings to local neighborhoods and towns. For residents who are reluctant to participate in social or recreational activities, we offer pet therapy as a positive and stimulating alternative. Residents may participate in recreational activities such as art classes designed to inspire and stimulate mental well-being. Residents can also join our gardening club. Our community activities include trivia nights.
Outdoor common areas are designed with accessibility,...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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 rooms at Madison Heights community would be a five out of five, and the food they serve is very good. We would recommend this community to others if they are not far along in their Alzheimer's stages.
I would highly recommend them. One of the main reasons I would recommend them, is because they taught me how to care for an Alzheimer's patient. The staff works with the patient to contact their family by phone. My father-in-law was there for nine months, and it was the best nine months we had with him.
Facility was way too cold for residents! Staff didn’t seem to care!
This is the place for my Mom. [Name removed] did a fantastic job. She was very informative and helpful. I will be back in touch with [Name removed] soon.
The care at this community is great. The staff are always attentive and caring to her needs. The community is clean and maintained like knowing that she is participating in a lot of the activities. The menu is offered with healthy choices. This is a community with a lot of positive care and we would recommend that other families tour this community for the care of a loved one.
Madison Heights is definitely the right fit for my mother-in-law. My Dad is finally ready to admit she needs to have special care, memory care. We have toured and we are going to place my mother-in-law as soon as we finish all the details transferred here. She will be getting good quality care. The place is very clean. The staff is great, they show great compassion. It is safe and secure and close to my home. All inclusive with their care. They might change their rates once a year, but a very subtle change. Madison Heights comes highly recommended by my other friends and family.
This facility is close to our home, and I believe they have a good concept. Our tour guide was very nice and knowledgeable, but we overheard a comment from one of the staff that she was supposed to be on break when she was asked a question. The rooms are smaller than in the other facilities that we toured, and I don't think our Mom could get but about half of her bedroom suit in the room. The hallways were very narrow and the eating areas were only large enough to accommodate a row of tables. There was also a slight odor. I think this would be good for someone who's dementia has progressed a little more than our Mom's. We are eliminating this option from our search.
I had a nice tour of this facility. Everything went well for the most part. The staff was friendly, and kind. The community looked nice. The only issue I had, was that the atmosphere was more like a hospital. I didn't feel this was a right fit for my mother, and her needs. It was a nice experience, and everyone was very kind.
My brother and I along with my wife visited Madison Heights and found it to be quite unusual from any "clinical care setting " we had seen prior. The facilities are ranch style Homes that house 12 members and staff. the environment was clean , fresh smelling and attractive. Staff was friendly and engaged with the occupants in their care. We met the Director ; [Removed]. and the Marketing manager;[Removed] . and discussed the opportunity to have mom's care transferred there. Mom has been a resident there now for 5 weeks and has become her more normal self , prior to initial hospitalization. She is happier and speaks about the kindness of her caregivers and the concern they have for her. Our family has spoken with the staff and director on a couple of personal matters that had mom concerned and we all found answers that made this move truly a blessing and answer to continuity of care for mom's condition. As my wife and I are both medical professionals with over 47 yrs. experience as advanced practice RN's, we are truly impressed with the level and care offered to our mom and the other residents. If you or your family members are in need of this type and level of care for you or your loved one's, We urge you to contact "A place for MOM", speak with [Removed], and let her help you locate help and answers you need. A special blessing we give to [Removed] and the staff at Madison Heights for their care, compassion and kindness they brought and continue to bring to everyday care for our loved one.
My loved one absolutely adores this place. She has been doing a great job with transitioning. She has made a few friends already. They offer a lot of activities for her and she really enjoys the food that they have. She likes the way the community is small enough for her to feel like she is at home.
My mom is a new resident in this community and so far she is okay. The care is good and so far we like it too. She likes the activities like painting and ice cream social. It is an enjoyable atmosphere for her. I wasn't happy with how her room was cleaned. I mentioned this to the staff and it seems to be better now.
If you want the best care for your loved one with knowledgeable staff or knowledgeable management DO NOT bring them here. The turnover is horrific. Threw nurse manager is a rude uneducated unsympathetic person. Moving my liver one herewas worswomistake ever! !!! Families are constantly removing their loved ones for the above reasons. Beware
Some is good, and some not as good. A couple of things could be better. They weren't very helpful the first night we got there. They went through some of our supplies rather quickly. I have to supplement her meals, and when I asked if there was a way to have someone there give it to her, and they weren't very willing. The people are very nice, but I think they may be a little short staffed. I'm not exactly sure what licenses the aides hold, or if an RN is on duty. Response times take a little longer than I would hope. The first week or so there were a lot of other residents that would wander in an out of her room. The facility itself seems to be clean, and the maintenance seems to be well handled. I am happy and have noticed, that they will all come together to watch t.v or something in the evening, which I do like to see.
I haven't been there in a couple of weeks, but I think things are fine. I like the staff there and she seems to be happy there. To save money, we may move her from a joint room to a private room. Hopefully things continue to go well.
Our loved one hasn't been here long, but so far things have gone very well! The facility itself is well kept and clean, and it's got a comfortable homey environment. The staff is friendly and attentive, and they do a great job looking out for the residents. It's a nice place, overall!
Very friendly staff from caregivers, maintenance, kitchen, med tech staff to the Executive Director. Made the move in process very easy. Lines of communication are open by phone email text messages which are very important when you do not live in the same state as your loved one.
They have a facebook page and a website where you can see the different pictures they post and the activities. The place is gorgeous and great staff
I would recommend this place to anybody. It was an excellent experience. The facility was always clean. The staff was very welcoming and helpful. The Madison Heights is an excellent place.
Response from Madison HeightsJune 3, 2015
My mother-in-law lives at Madison Heights. The facility has a very homey feel to it, not "clinical" at all. It is very clean, and I like the safety features at the front door and the sign in board, documenting all visitors. The staff is wonderful, very friendly, and clearly they enjoy their work. It takes a very special person to care for the elderly with compassion and patience. She is always dressed for the day & her hair in place. Anyone experienced in taking care of a family member with Alzheimer's knows what an milestone that can be - and it gives "us" a sense of normalcy while dealing with this horrible disease. Another plus - the staff will text pictures to you and they post pictures on Facebook! Love seeing the happy smiles when they have the therapy dogs visit, among other activities. So very pleased, and at peace knowing my mother-in-law is safe and loved.
Response from Madison HeightsMay 26, 2015
Thank you so much for your kind words! We appreciate hearing positive reviews from happy family members. :)
We toured this community while we were looking into care options for a loved one. This was a very nice looking place. It is brand new, and everything was very clean and new looking. However, the staff just didn't seem like they'd had time to work out all the kinks yet. It was a nice place, but I wanted somewhere that I felt would be more of a sure thing for my loved one.
Response from Madison HeightsJanuary 9, 2015
Thank you for your kind words regarding our community. We are proud of not only our appearance, but also the compassionate care provided by our staff. Our residents’ families appreciate the fact that our dementia-trained associates are both professional and caring. Please let us know if there is ever anything we can do for you in the future.
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