Assisted Living in Northeast Atlanta at King'sBridge
Assisted living in Atlanta is a long-term housing solution for seniors in need of some support. It offers residents who are still active and able to handle most things to live in a safe and caring community able to offer them help when they need it.
Individuals or couples in assisted living have their own apartment, complete with a living area, bedrooms (one or two), bathroom, and kitchen. They can make their own meals and enjoy all the luxuries and privacy that come with having their own apartment. At the same time, they have access to help for daily living activities if they need it, such as meals, getting dressed, or bathing.
Assisted living also provides an apartment designed with the senior in mind. It will have safety handles, emergency call buttons, and other amenities that make it easier and safer for the older adult who might have mobility issues or be at risk of falling.
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Assisted living provides personalized care in a residential setting. An assisted living community is quite different from a nursing home, in which residents require intensive nursing care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Residents of an assisted living community need a little help for a few minutes each day, but are otherwise capable of taking care of themselves.
Compassionate assisted living professionals help residents with a variety of activities of daily living (ADLs), such as:
- Bathing and showering, and maintaining dental, hair, and nail hygiene
- Preparing food and eating
- Dressing, which is the ability to select and put on appropriate clothes and outerwear
- Mobility, or being able to walk or transfer from one place to another, such as getting in and out of a bed or chair
Assisted living communities offer a wide variety of assistance and amenities you cannot find in another other type of community. These services and conveniences promote independence, improve safety, and make life more enriching and exciting.
Help with activities of daily living
Needing help with ADLs is the most common reason people move into an assisted living community. In fact, 64% of those who move to an assisted living community need help with bathing, for example, and 57% need help with walking. Others move to assisted living after experiencing a fall, having trouble managing meals, or because their families worry about their safety or isolation.
Assisted living communities also offer services such as housekeeping, laundry, care coordination, and even help managing medications. Residents can enjoy beautiful surroundings and well-managed landscaping without doing the back-breaking work needed to maintain a comfortable and attractive home.
Comfortable living spaces
Residences offer all of the comforts of home in just the right amount of room – spacious enough to live comfortably, yet small enough to navigate quickly. The layouts offer maximum convenience, with roomy bedrooms and bathrooms designed with safety in mind. High-quality assisted living communities pack in extra safety and convenience measures, such as smoke detectors and sprinklers, personal emergency call buttons, step-in showers with grab bars and hand-held shower heads. Living spaces include kitchens furnished with upgraded appliances and plenty of counter space, beautiful bathrooms, and beautifully-appointed interior spaces.
Delicious, nutritious meals
Assisted living communities offer meals – some offer exceptional dining experiences, with choice of entrees, and meals prepared on site and served in elegant living rooms. Of course, assisted living residents pay careful attention to special diets and prepare meals that are both tasty and nutritious.
These residential communities make it easier to maintain a budget too. Low monthly fees cover the living space, help with activities of daily living, meals, most utilities, TV service, and WiFi, all of which would otherwise have to be paid independently throughout the month. The fees also cover other services, such as help getting to medical appointments, great building maintenance, eye-catching landscaping, and the help of a friendly staff.
Assisted living communities also offer a wide variety of activities to enrich the physical, emotional, and spiritual lives of their residents. These activities can range from fun games to learning experiences.
In our assisted living community, we offer game rooms, book clubs, musical programs, and men and women’s social events. There are volunteer projects that help our residents give back to the community. We even provide day trips to local sites like museums, concerts, and plays.
Peace of mind
Living alone is stressful for older adults and their families. Approximately 36 million older adults in the United States fall each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), resulting in more than 32,000 deaths. One out of every five falls results in an injury, such as a head injury or broken bone. As many as 96 percent of older adults make medication errors, which can have disastrous consequences. Moving to an assisted living community helps ease worried minds and improves the quality of life for older adults.
Both assisted living in Atlanta, and independent living provides independence for residents. Independent living doesn’t offer the same level of support as assisted living does, though. Those in our assisted living community have access to help for daily functions such as getting dressed, cleaning the house, and even going to the bathroom if they need it.
Independent living is the choice for someone who wants to enjoy a retirement community but not deal with everything that comes with homeownership. They still have access to all the same activities and luxury amenities. They just don’t get the daily support that you see in assisted living.
Our Assisted Living apartments have the same one or two-bedroom floorplans and amenities as Independent Living apartments, with the added benefit of daily oversight and care.
You’ll appreciate the great value, convenience, and assistance that accompany your residence at King’sBridge – all included in a reasonable monthly fee, which is set by floorplan.
The current monthly rates can be found below.
|TIER 1 APARTMENT||SINGLE OCCUPANCY||DOUBLE OCCUPANCY||SQ FT|
|Two Bedroom Shared||$4,150||............||938|
|Two Bedroom (Couple)||............||$7,300||938|
|TIER II APARTMENT||$500 Additional Per Month|
|TIER III APARTMENT||$1,000 Additional Per Month|
*Qualifications for tier level of care will be determined after a complete assessment. Any change in level of care will be based on a mutual agreement and 60 day notice will be given.
- All meals prepared on site
- Enjoy our elegant dining room
- Careful attention to special diets
- Choice of entrees at each meal
- Kitchen with stainless steel dishwasher and refrigerator
- Granite countertops
- Ceramic tile baths
- Smoke detectors and sprinklers
- Safety grab bars
- Personal emergency call buttons
- All utilities, except telephone
- Basic Cable TV service
- Assistance in getting to medical appointments and follow up care
- Activities that address our residents' spiritual, physical, and emotional needs.
One Bedroom Residence
625 square feet
Our one-bedroom residence offers the comforts of home with just the right amount of room for daily living, with a spacious master bedroom, step-in shower with grab bars and hand-held shower head, and separate living/dining and kitchen.
One Bedroom Residence With Study
788 square feet
Our one-bedroom with study adds the luxury of a separate room for quiet study, with a walk-out balcony for a bit of fresh air.
Two Bedroom Residence
938 square feet
Our two-bedroom residence is our largest apartment, with ample room for sleeping and relaxation, including two full baths.
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