1882 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, GA 30033
Active, luxurious senior living has never been better! Opened in 2019, The Holbrook at Decatur is unlike any other senior living property you’ll find. Our five-story, expansive residence is unequalled in design, with resort-level amenities, spacious grounds, and comprehensive aging-in-place services. Surrounded by stately Georgian architecture, ritzy interiors, and colorfully landscaped grounds reminiscent of a fairy tale, residents of The Holbrook are filled with restorative energy. Our ionizing air and water filtration systems help boost the immunity and mood of all who call our community home. With modern therapies readily available, care is taken to a higher level here. We provide independent living, assisted living, and memory care services, so no matter the level of care you need to live each day to the fullest, we have a place for you.
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Culture is what sets The Holbrook apart from other communities. We’ve carefully developed a schedule of clubs and active-lifestyle programs with travel concierge services to organize activities that inspire passions among residents. From wellness cruises to our cycling club and group excursions to Mount Kilimanjaro, our...
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Independent Living, Assisted Care Living, and Memory Care are separated by floors (5 & 4, 3 & 2, and 1 respectively). The activities schedule for assisted care includes "self-directed" activities. Assisted care can be divided into mobility challenged, Alzheimer's, and ADL challenged residents. "Self-directed" activities makes little sense for assisted care living. More group outings that build community is needed. The staff that does the "assisting" hasn't been charged to excel over other facilities: they do as much as they have to. The facility is beautiful, but on a busy street. I could be the Club Med for seniors, but they have a ways to go to make it the Club Med for assisted care living and memory care (i.e. limited freedom) residents. I haven't had the food, but I am told it is okay. They are short staffed in the dining areas. (Name withheld to avoid possible retaliation towards resident).
It is a beautiful facility, you can tell a lot of money has been put into it. It is fairly new and in good shape. The care givers are very friendly, but we do wish there was a few more activities. However we do understand they still have covid restrictions.
COVID has cut down on activities that they are able to offer. There are a lot of activities still available via Zoom. The staff seems to very good to work with. The food is good and the dining room is open. We still try to social distance from other the residents. There is a bar called the Maverick that is opened on the afternoon on the weekend.
You get what you pay for at this community when it comes to the overall value, and we did not use the care services they provided. Some activities they had were socialization activities that involved happy hour in the afternoons, they would celebrate birthdays with monthly parties. They have a theater that is available to the residents. They also have physical therapy services which is certainly very useful, this community also had a transportation services for when the residents needed to go somewhere, like the grocery store of the pharmacy. My mom really liked the location, it was very close to her home, and we were very pleased with the quick responsiveness from the staff, they were very accommodating to my mom, the communication was great. The food was excellent as well, it was more of a restaurant atmosphere instead of a cafeteria atmosphere.
The food at The Holbrook is really good, even my picky family members enjoy eating there. Staff has really been great within just a few days of moving in the staff was all greeting him by name. We were happy to find quite a few men at The Holbrook which has been great for my dad who is a widower to find a peer group. He is looking to be able to get back out in the courtyard with his buddies. They have a salt water pool and a lot of other great amenities that my dad is looking forward to using.
Beautiful and new. Large, spacious living and common areas. Nice meal options with restaurants onsite. Only 5 residents out of 33 so far in the Enriched Living area. Downside would be they don'[t specialize in Memory Care-they also have Independent and Assisted Living.
We ended up being 1 1/2 late for our appointment as we got lost with the GPS malfunctioning in two devices. The receptionist was understanding and was able to assign another person for a tour as the Community Relations Director was doing another tour. The building is new and very attractive, the rooms are spacious and well thought out.There is underground parking with valet service. Everyone we met was very friendly, staff and residents alike. This place has it all. We were very impressed.
I thoroughly enjoyed my tour with [name removed], the staff was so welcoming and nice, [name removed] answered my questions and was most accommodating. I ate a wonderful nutritious lunch I got to meet many residents. I Love this place and made a deposit on a 1BR with great incentives.
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