680 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Norcross, GA 30071
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We chose The Landings because staff were very nice, attentive, and understanding of our situation. They really worked with us and we appreciated that. My mom really likes everyone who works here. The location is great and easy to get to. There are a lot of things around it shopping wise. Once covid us under control they are able to go out and do more activities such as go to games or see plays. The only complaint has been the food, she says it is bland so they could use improvement there. I would recommend.
I only had my mom in The Landings at Norcross for 2 months. There were many issues with this community but the most serious was the emergency call light. Either it was broken, rung to a different room, caregivers did not respond to it or lack/delayed of response (as long as 1.15 hrs). I filed a complaint with Bridge Senior Living, management company, and worked with my Ombudsman. I also filed a complaint with the HFR as my last resort thinking if they got involved, the issue would be fixed. Coincidently, a few days after I heard that the HFR Compliance Specialist called the Executive Director, I was given a 30 Day Notice because The Landings were not able to meet my needs....not my mother's needs (the resident) but my needs. The ED verbally gave me the 30 Day Notice, never written documentation. I have since moved my mother out of the facility. This is the most unprofessional company full of unkept promises who would rather kick out a resident versus fix the problem. Smells terrible!
We chose The Landings based on the size, staff to patient ratio, as well as it worked for us financially. I was satisfied with the staff when I first met them as well. The room sizes here are pretty big, she has a shared room but she still has privacy and has enough space to walk around and have all her furniture. I think for the price it is a great facility. They keep residents involved in many activities, during covid they were taking them on bus rides which was nice. It is smaller so they have time and ability to sit and spend time and get to know them. I would recommend to others looking.
I live in the area and pass by this community almost everyday. I don't have any relatives that live there but I have 3 friends that have placed their loved ones in the community and they are always raving about the great service provided by The Landings. They have told me placing them their was the BEST decision. Great activities throughout the day with personal care needs done in a timely manner. If the time comes when my mom needs assisted living, she will be moving at The Landings.
This was a wonderful facility when I toured! It was very nice and offered a lot more amenities than other facilities that I had toured. I was also impressed with the fact that there were different categories of pet life here, which would have been great for my loved one because she grew up on a farm. Though the facility did not fit the family's individual needs, it was very nice!
I am happy with the care for my dad. The staff are nice and caring to his needs. The meals seem to be good, but it would be nice if they post the meals weekly. The community is nice, but they need to take care of some house keeping This is a small community. They offer small trips away from the communty. He likes that this community has a pet. We would recommend the care and value for other families.
Dad is still trying to adjust to living at this community. My main concern is that we do not have good communication with the nursing staff. The staff take good care of dad. They offer a ton of activities. The community is clean and well taken care of. This is a great place if your loved one is ready for this type of setting. I do not think the staff is equipped to handle residents that are not compliant and are struggling with getting adjusted.
The tour guide was knowledgeable and communicated very well. The community was up-kept and clean.They have activities available, various meal plans and resident parking available. The price we first received from them wasn't very good, so they tried to lower it i wish they would have given us a good deal since the beginning. Overall, i did think it was a wonderful place with a positive atmosphere and would recommend a tour.
My father is still adjusting to this community, but so far everything has worked out well. I'am pleased with all they have done for us. They have a great staff here, they are very caring. They keep everything very clean and neat. This is a good place with very kind people. He is being cared for well here. I would highly recommend this community.
I have visited numerous Assisted Living/Memory Care facilities in the metro Atlanta area. This place would have to be one of the top on my list. I love the holistic type of approach to care here. There is no back room or closed off portion to separate residents as their cognitive skills decline. The approach seems to be in engaging the residents in activities. It is clean, the staff is friendly and the advisor we spoke to Joe [Removed] appears to be passionate about his work. I love the concept here and was tremendously impressed all around with the rooms, the grounds, the pets, especially Jack the dog and the pot bellied pigs. I can see my mother living here and being happy and healthy.
They are very attentive to my loved one and to all the residents there. It is a memory-care facility, so I know that it is difficult, but the level of friendliness and courtesy they have shown has been very high.
Our experience has been really, really good thus far. They made the move-in really easy for my loved one. They were extremely helpful in the beginning and very patient with us and since we have moved in they have been receptive with any needs that we have had. It is a good fit.
I have no complaints about the facility.
Everything is so much better than any other situation at Peregrine's Landing at Holcomb Bridge. By this time every place that she was at as far as assisted living was in crisis. The staff are really good about having someone I can reach. I have called at 10 pm on Saturday and been able to talk to someone. I really appreciate that. This has just been a wonderful experience.
They have a very welcoming environment. The staff is very attentive and there is a high caregiver to resident ratio. It's a smaller institution feel, which is what we like, where everybody knows everybody. All the caregivers know all the residents by name and their needs. On the negative side, the staff is not 24 hours, so the hand-off is a little disconnected between day-to-night and the weekends. Also, it's a little early, but I have this feeling that we got him in at one rate, but it will increase as time goes on.
I think they do a great job at Peregrine's Landing. The staff are all very attentive and very personable. Within a day or so of moving in everyone knew my Mom by name and could always tell me how she was doing if I called in to check up on her. The facility itself is well kept and clean, and they provide good care to their residents.
[removed] the owner knows nothing about assisted living. Facility is not run professionally at all. Family members put in here are at risk. Run away.
This place has done a good job so far, although the facility recently changed hands and I have not personally been to visit since the change. Both the previous staff and the new staff have all been incredibly friendly, however. They are also very easy to get a hold of for questions or any issues you need to discuss. The community was a bit lacking in the activities department previously, and the food needed some work, but according to my loved one both of those have shown improvement under the new management.
Wonderful option for day care & respite care. Very close to house. Smaller community. Not a memory care facility but everything is safe and enclosed.
My mother was in a facility that was very nice, but too small to provide the activities and stimulus she needed. I was looking for a facility that would engage my mother in activities and allow for interactions with other people. Morning Starr has been that place. I was especially pleased to find out that they employed a full-time activities director. Although much larger than her previous facility, it is not so large that my mother's needs are not being met. The owner/operator, Joel Addison, was very helpful and very accessible to answer any questions that I had.
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