Personal Care Senior Living
Our personal care communities offer seniors the benefits of around-the-clock health and personal care services in an environment that promotes independence and privacy.
Providence Senior Living is family owned and operated. We are licensed as Personal Care Homes (PCH) by the Georgia Department of Community Health. Prior to 2013, we were known as Assisted Living Homes. However, due to our size being less than 25 beds, the State Regulation requires we hold a PCH license. Our services, however, remain the same!
All Providence communities offer private or shared rooms with access to the kitchen and spacious handicap-adapted bathrooms, unlimited housekeeping services, and three delicious home-cooked meals a day plus two snacks.
Our residences also offer a variety of activities, including a daily fitness program, movies, social gatherings and holiday celebrations.
Providence offers a safe, supervised, and caring environment for seniors with or without memory loss. Since our communities are not “locked units” we are unable to accommodate residents who are prone to eloping or wandering. However our communities combine all the comforts of home with design features specifically intended to enhance the quality of life for seniors with disabilities.
Personal care services, including assist with medications, bathing, dressing, mobility, and other day-to-day needs, are available from our compassionate nurses and caregivers. A complete list of amenities is available on our Services and Amenities page. Home health nursing, physical and respiratory therapy, and hospice services are also available when needed through our excellent service partners.
At Providence we strive to support the families of our residents by providing Family Care Conferences and direct access to the Administrators. By working with the family as members of a well-coordinated team, we ensure our residents receive all the care and services they require as they age.
Finally we strive to promote Aging in Place, by working with Home Health, Hospice, and other services wherever applicable, to make sure a resident’s needs continue to be met as he or she progresses through the aging process.