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Georgia Assisted Living

Are you looking to Find the Right Assisted Living in Georgia for yourself, a parent or another loved one? If you are, and you're not sure where to begin, You're Not Alone. With all the options available to today's aging adults you might not even be sure if assisted living is the even the right option to search for.

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Georgia Assisted Living Facilities

In Georgia assisted living facilities are referred to as personal care homes. They provide housing, supervision of residents and other assisted living services such as medication distribution, meals and daily activities like grooming, dressing and bathing. If a resident is in need memory care, Georgia requires facilities to have space dedicated for Alzheimer's patients and other dementias.

Georgia Assisted Living Homes

Georgia assisted living homes offer several types of residential units. They have private rooms available, but shared units up to 4 people are also available if budget is an issue. Each room must be a minimum of 80 sq ft per resident. These assisted living homes also have common area lavatories, bathing facilities, dining rooms, and some even have fitness areas, pools, and landscaped grounds.

Georgia Assisted Living Communities

Georgia has a wide variety of assisted living centers that are both independently operated and are run by huge, multi-national corporations. There is something available for every senior lifestyle, whether it's a community that caters to an active lifestyle, or one that specializes and is trained to care for Alzheimer's patients.

All assisted living communities in Georgia are required to have at minimum, 1 administrator or manager who is 21 years or older be present at the community 24 hours a day.

During the daytime GA requires at least 1 community staff member for every 15 residents and during the sleeping hours that number decreases to 1 staff member per 25. All staff members are required to be trained in CPR, first-aid, and know protocol for emergency procedures.