3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Dekalb County, GA

Park Springs Health Services

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
500 Springhouse Circle, Stone Mountain, GA 30087
"I highly recommend Cobblestone at Park Springs! After enjoying several years of healthy independence, our mother's spine began to deteriorate. As her care needs progressed from in-home care to..." More

Lenbrook Square

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3747 Peachtree Rd Ne, Atlanta, GA 30319
"Several years ago, my parents moved into Lenbrook. They stayed for a short time, until the cost of assisted living at Lenbrook became too expensive. As a result, my parents moved into a smaller..." More

Canterbury Court

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3750 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30319
"Canterbury Court is lovely. It's a little larger than where we are now and a little more expensive. They have a full schedule of programs and activities. The dining room looked like a really nice..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Dekalb County

  • Review of Park Springs Health Services

    Guard your money, entrance fees are NOT really refundable: rather management uses your monies for their operations and then they play keep away with your money. Their monthly cost for assiste... Read more

  • Review of Park Springs Health Services

    Park Springs was such a grand place. The food was really good. We went for a presentation and then had lunch. They showed us one of the units in that particular building, which was kind of an apart... Read more

  • Review of Park Springs Health Services

    The largest one -- and probably the most impressive -- is Park Springs. It’s a larger community than what we have here. It has several restaurants in the complex, so you can make a choice of going ... Read more


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