Gardens Of Roswell
Overall Rating 4.3 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Desarae Talton★★★★★ 10 months ago
Bertina Walker activities director omg she is amazing. Today Empire schools volunteered with the golden shears project and miss Bertina made sure our whole team was taken care of thanks so much for having us....
Marist School★★★★★ a year ago
I have overseen the care of my father in law for the past three years. A series of strokes and declining health made it impossible for my husband and I to continue caring for him at home. We had to find a facility that could handle his needs at that time. What an eye opening experience that is. After locating facilities that had openings and viewing several of them we made a decision. My father in law experienced nine months of declining health and than he rebounded and his needs changed. Now much more educated about assisted living care and Alzheimer's/Dementia I began to consider other facilities. I understood that for my father in law a more intimate environment would create less anxiety and enable him to interact more with others. Cozier surroundings would allow him to have more one on one interaction with staff and that would help give him a sense of security. As I toured Garden's of Roswell I could see and feel for myself that this would be the right fit for his needs and that Garden's of Roswell would be a family home for him. While all the basic's checked off, meals, housekeeping, health services, etc., I was interested in the Garden's of Roswell's approach for care and the willingness of the directors and staff to embrace and adjust the environment in an effort to enrich the day to day routine for the residents. I also knew that if I truly wanted this facility to continue to be and feel like a family home I needed to volunteer my skills and become a part of the family. By volunteering I could help even more and continue to further enrich the daily environment not only for my father in law but for the residents, staff and family members. Placing a loved one in a facility is one of life's most difficult challenges that you can never prepare for. Family members will view facilities, care and staff through different lenses. Some will second-guess very difficult decisions that you have to make. Alzheimer's/Dementia is heartbreaking and everyone's emotions are quickly drained. Choosing Garden's of Roswell has allowed my husband and I to finally be able to sit back, breathe and not feel alone as we navigate through this journey. Garden's of Roswell is a family home not just for your loved one, but also for you. I encourage you to take the time to come in and visit with the residents and staff at the Garden's of Roswell.
Lesley Douglass★★★★★ a year ago
I moved my husband to Gardens of Roswell 4 months ago (Oct 2015). He had been in a personal care home prior and had received such poor care that he ended up having to be hospitalized for malnutrition. When I chose Gardens of Roswell, I was looking for somewhere that would not only take care of my husband's daily needs (ie hygiene, nutrition etc) but also somewhere that he would feel cared for. I had learned the hard lesson that the most important thing to look for when you place a loved one in someone else's care, is that they are being loved. I could not be happier with the care or the love that my husband is receiving at Gardens of Roswell. Within just a few weeks of being at the Gardens of Roswell, by husband was gaining weight and regaining some function and abilities that he had lost previously. The staff at Gardens of Roswell are all trained and experienced. They work hard to interact with the residents and treat them with respect and dignity. That is a quality that is hard to find and is just as important as providing basic care. The management team at the Gardens of Roswell is knowledgeable, responsive and just as caring as the staff. They all take the time to interact with the residents and family on a daily basis. I am confident that my husband is being well cared for, being treated with respect and being loved.
Gerald Freeman★★★★★ 3 years ago
I placed my wife (Bernadette Freeman) in the Gardens of Roswell in late May 2013 at first I liked it very much. She had late stage Lewy Body Dementia, which I did inform them of. She required constant care since she could barely do anything for herself. The director of this place insured me that they would take great care of her. At first they did okay. Then I would come to visit and noticed that she was not kept clean and not dressed properly. Because she could not control her bowls her room constantly smelled of urine. She was only bathed two or three times a week. There was no screen on her window and the window was kept open and she need receive numerous bites. I brought this to the attention of the director who promised me that it would be taken care of, but it was not. The food there was always cold for the meals. In August of 2013,I finally had enough of this place and moved her out to a lot better placed called Royal Living Center in Dawsonville, Ga. I took her to our own doctor who immediately placed her in Hospice care. She received outstanding care at the Royal Living Center for four months. She passed away on December 20th, 2013. I would ask anyone who has a loved one who has dementia to think twice before they use the Gardens of Roswell.
Mia Poulos★★★★★ 6 months ago
|Facility Type||Personal Care Home|
|Administrator||Ms. Noleta Cody|
|Mailing Street||9212 Nesbit Ferry Road|
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