Safe Haven At Lenox Park
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Does Safe Haven At Lenox Park, 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 5.0 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Carla Awalt★★★★★ 2 months ago
My mother transferred here from memory care and assisted living after a fall that caused multiple fractures prohibited her from returning there. Having experienced the mayhem of corporate nursing homes during rehab stays, my siblings and I were determined to find a place for mom where she could receive individual care in a natural, home-like setting. After 6 moves in 3 years, we wanted the move to Safe Haven to be her last. Mom really did respond to the calm and loving environment there. She regained limited mobility, and enjoyed meals of home-cooked food at the dining room table. Although advanced dementia limited her ability to converse, she remained responsive to family and staff. We enjoyed visiting, especially when the weather was nice for walks outside or time in the garden. Of course no one knows your loved one better than you do, so advocacy for them is still vital. But stringent hiring typically maintained capable and empathetic caregivers. We owe a tremendous debt to Detra, the house manager. She is utterly devoted to each resident and does whatever is necessary as needs arise. She was quick to text or call if there were any concerns or questions. Her years of experience helped guide our family through those final months with comfort. I cannot think of any place else that my mother or family would have received such personal care.
Joan Dobinson★★★★★ a week ago
Very caring and attentive staff. Just like having private care in a home setting.
John Arnold★★★★★ 2 years ago
We found Safe Haven quite by accident but are so glad we did. Mom was 94 and needed more help than the typical Assistant Living facility could offer. Even with the highest level of care! We were told that we needed to have private agencies come in at $15-17/hour, which our finances could not support. We had never heard of a Personal Care Home before. With only six residents mom got all the care she needed plus so much more. It was never a facility to us... it was mom's home. You need to tour Safe Haven before you look anywhere else...
William McRae★★★★★ 4 years ago
I have a family member currently living at Safe Haven. She previously lived at a much larger facility. The previous place was great when she was more independent. Now that she needs more personal care, we moved her here and are very happy. It's a small facility that really cares about the people living there. The house is beautiful and home-like. The caregivers are friendly and responsive. I definitely recommend Safe Haven to anyone.
Francisco Estrada★★★★★ 4 years ago
We were tired of dealing with big institution type facilities. The care just wasn't there, the food wasn't good and the staff turnover was very high. My mom has early onsets of dementia and thank God, one of the doctors at Emory recommended Safe Haven. After being on a wait list a few months, a room finally opened up. To date, mother has been at Safe Haven for 3 years and loves it. They have an open door policy, families and kids are always welcomed. It's a smaller environment where dementia residents really thrive. Food is just great, activities are just enough. Residents are not intimidated by being in a small, family type community, as some were at bigger places I would encourage everyone who has a parent or a loved one that needs more care than what is currently being provided elsewhere to at least visit Safe Haven. They hardly ever have vacancies, but it's worth a wait.
|Facility Type||Personal Care Home|
|Administrator||Ms. Arkadiy Yakubov|
|Mailing Street||1137 Lynmoor Drive Ne|
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