135 Hillside Trace, Dallas, GA 30157
Senior living is made comfortable, elegant, and secure at The Lodge at Aspen Village. Since 2011, we’ve dedicated our community to meet the needs of senior residents. Whether they require memory care, supportive living, or independent living services, our community is made to meet the needs of prospective residents with modern, beautifully designed residences and an abundance of services and amenities.
We understand that transitioning to senior living can be challenging, and our trained and licensed staff is available to help residents always feel welcomed and safe. We are conveniently located near thrilling local attractions, like The Frog Golf Course, High Shoals Falls, Paulding County Historical Society and Museum, and much more! Take advantage of all the things to do around and within our stately community.
We offer assisted living accommodations tailored to meet the unique needs of every resident. Specialized support services are also available for memory care residents. The amenities and array of services we provide keeps residents’ needs met in a way that supports their continued independence. Full-time health and wellness nurses are available throughout the day to assist residents with daily needs, like medication management, ADL assistance, and more.
Everyday residents can look forward...
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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Terrible ! Would not recommendReviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Please don't be fooled by the pretty building. My father was there for only 4 months didn't even have time to settle in. He has dementia and alzheimer's he is 75 years old and 150 pounds and use of 1 arm. He had neck pain and the nurses only were able to give him tylenol which didn't help. We repetedly ask for pain medicine from the doctor and nurses. My father got angry because of the pain and threatend the staff (which I know is not okay) but they never addressed the problem. They sent him to ER where they told ER they weren't taking him back to send him to Peachford, where they would reevaluate him, they did not reevaluate they told Peachford he was not welcome back to find another place. All of this over pain medicine. I was told by staff that he basically sold the units in memory care because of friendlyness while they showed the units to family. Wow from that to Kick him to the streets. Nice. No understanding at all.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My father has been in Aspen Village about 5 months and I agree that it definitely isn't what was promised on the initial tour. Extremely disappointed in their assistance with hygiene. Just getting him a haircut on a consistent basis has been ridiculous. Med techs are very nice and accommodating but management is non responsive. Phone calls not returned and absolutely no assistance when we've approached them about services and assistance. Would strongly recommend looking around before putting a loved one here. By the way, it isn't cheap either.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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