Plaza Pc Ctr At Talmage Terr
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Does Plaza Pc Ctr At Talmage Terr, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
Overall Rating 4.8 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Royce Knight★★★★★ 7 months ago
I lived in Talmadge Terrace about 7 months (6-7 years ago) but decided to move after I was more sure of my health. It is a wonderful place but a bit pricey for my needs. Lanier Gardens is less pricey but it takes a lot of time to get in there. However, both are excellent in my opinion.
Eloise Johnson★★★★★ 4 months ago
It is a nice place to live it is self assistance they serve good food the front desk employee is friendly it's a nice place to be when you have retired
Marilee Freshley★★★★★ a year ago
We are very pleased with the care our Dad is getting at Talmage Terrace. His wait time was about 6 months, to get on the Personal Care floor, with the option of moving into Independent Living when it became available. After several months, we realized Personal Care was where Dad needed to stay, as his medications are dispensed to him, helping with his memory issues, and caretakers check on him throughout the day and night. He is free to come and go from his efficiency apt. and building as he pleases, and enjoys outings by way of shuttle service. Dad feels safe, secure, well fed, and cared for at Talmage Terrace . . . which provides much assistance and relief to his children!
Trois Wall★★★★★ a year ago
Lanier Gardens/Talmage Terrace has served our family well. My husband's Mother lived at Lanier Gardens when it was relatively new to Athens. She thoroughly enjoyed several years there before moving to Budd Terrace, in Atlanta, near where we were living at the time. My parents moved into Lanier Gardens 17 years ago. They shared an apartment until my Dad needed to relocate to Assisted Living in Talmage Terrace. His remaining in the same facility as Mother eased their separation transition, he had extra care, and they saw each other daily for a meal or activities. After his death, my Mother remained in their apartment for another six years, and is now herself a resident in Assisted Living. Our family greatly appreciates the attentive care, support, and friendship shown to our parents and us by the staff all these years. They and residents alike have created a special community in Athens that meets the needs of those who live there and their families. Many Thanks, Trois & Max Wall
Cheryl Lee★★★★★ a year ago
My mother lived in Lanier Gardens independently for about 10 years. She made some lovely friends and was very happy there. She broke her hip while we were on vacation and after her hospitalization and rehab, she went into Talmadge assisted living until she was strong enough to return to her apartment in Lanier. She and we daughters soon realized that she needed more care and she went back to live in an assisted living apartment in Talmadge Terrace. The staff was wonderful and they saw our mother and we girls through the easy times and the tough times. The staff did not hesitate to contact us when there was something the family needed to know or times when they needed to consult with us about my mother's care. I felt very confident that my mother was getting the care she needed. And she was very happy there.
|Facility Type||Personal Care Home|
|Administrator||Ms. Terry Davis|
|Mailing Street||801 Riverhill Drive|
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