Senior Solutions Management Group Adds Two New Assisted Living Facilities in Georgia

The Hope Memory Care Communities Are the Company’s First Facilities in the Atlanta Market

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We are confident we will deliver a new model of memory care services that others will follow.

Suawnee, Georgia (PRWEB) April 04, 2013

Senior Solutions Management Group (SSMG), a leading provider of superior quality senior care across the Southeast, today announced it is partnering with Elder Hope Investments and is taking over operations for two of its licensed assisted living facilities in the Atlanta Market. The Hope Memory Care Centers located in Dacula and Fayetteville, Georgia represent SSMG’s first communities in the greater Atlanta area.

Alzheimer’s disease and other age related memory disorders are expected to grow in the United States at an unprecedented pace over the next 20 years. To address the unique needs of this growing population, both Hope Memory Care centers will offer service programs specifically aimed at delivering superior quality care to seniors afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. The 64-unit senior living communities will be divided into four smaller ‘villages,’ with each village representing the various stages of Alzheimer’s disease and the unique care that each sate of the dementia requires. As with its other facilities, SSMG will continue to leverage its use of electronic medical record and electronic care plans at the Hope Memory Care communities to ensure it is providing exceptional personalized care.

“Senior Solutions Management Group is proud to partner with Elder Hope Investments to manage their Memory Care Centers located in Dacula and Fayettville, Georgia,” says Todd Barker, Chief Operations Officer for Senior Solutions Management Group. “With their expertise in development and our unique management approach, we are confident we will deliver a new model of memory care services that others will follow.”

Today, there are more than 2,000 facilities in Georgia licensed as “personal care homes” which have a more restrictive ability to care for the elderly. What will distinguish the Hope Memory Care communities from the rest is that they will both be licensed under Georgia’s new Assisted Living rules and regulations. The Dacula facility just received its Assisted Living license, making it the seventh senior living facility in Georgia to obtain the new, more comprehensive licensure. The Fayetteville location, which is currently under construction, will have the new licensure when it opens its doors to the public in mid to late summer. Under the new regulations, Hope Memory Care residents will be able to receive more comprehensive care for a much longer period of time as compared to facilities licensed as personal care homes.

With the addition of the Hope Memory Care centers, SSMG now has 12 communities, some in operation and others in various phases of development, in the State of Georgia. With their specialized focus on Alzheimer’s and dementia care and their new licensure status, the Hope communities uphold SSMG’s dedication to proving the most cutting-edge assisted living services.

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About Senior Solutions
Founded by Chris Sides and Todd Barker in 2004, Senior Solutions Management Group specializes in senior living. SSMG works with a comprehensive network of professionals, including home health agencies, medical specialists and hand selected vendors, to provide the highest quality living and care facilities available to senior citizens.

Senior Solutions currently has 12 communities in Georgia and Tennessee, including beautiful Antebellum Grove in Warner Robins, GA and River Oaks Place in Lenoir City, TN. Carriage House Inn, located in Shelbyville, TN, offers independent living, as well as programs for assisted living and memory care on a long or short term basis. For more information please visit http://www.ssmgrp.com


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