Bethel Gardens Assisted & Memory Care Powder Springs, GA

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3805 Jackson Way Ext., Powder Springs, GA 30127
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April 21, 2015

By sara1918

I am a friend or relative of resident

My grandmother was a resident at Bethel Gardens for a little over 3 years. It was a wonderful place for her and our family. It is just as it says; A Home Away From Home. The care givers are loving and professional to the residents. We could have went for a bigger, newer place that offers all the bells & whistles, but went for the place that offered the love & caring that is much like home.

March 16, 2015

By Caring103517350

I am a friend or relative of a resident

He's been there at Bethel Gardens for almost three years. One of the things is that it is very close to where I live. It seems fairly homey, and it was right in the little town of Powder Springs. At the time, there was a restaurant close by and some other things available for him. They have some turnarounds, but they have many people there that have been there for a very long time. They are all very caring, and the regular crew that is there has taken the time to know my dad really well. There is a lot of closeness there. His room is a nice size, and he has his own bed. Where he is, he has a nice closet, but they are not all like that. He has a small refrigerator in the room. Bethel Garden is an older facility, and it is not like some of the others. They provide some activities, but most of their people are pretty dependent. Now that my dad has started to slow up, it is a good fit for him. There really is no transportation available. They might get out once a week for lunch, but that doesn't always happen. There really isn't much for them to do. Now he can't get out since the restaurant isn't there anymore. Even though it is an older facility, the rooms are clean, and the laundry is done. They don't have an onsite RN or a LCM, but generally they help with the meds, and that is good. When he was on oxygen for a while, that was not good. I think it really dependents on what your loved one needs. My father likes to go everyday which is a problem for me because I can't do that anymore. It depends on the person that is getting the care. Bethel is like home; some days are good, and some days aren't so good. There is a lot of caring, but it is not always perfect.

December 30, 2014

By Stephen18

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I was impressed Bethel Gardens as well as their staff. Their rooms are adequate, and she is in a semi-private room. They have a very big bathroom that accommodates people like my mother.

June 19, 2014

By Kim79248950

I visited this facility

I didn't have a problem with Bethel Gardens. But they were a little farther away from the house and not in my general direction. I thought the people were nice, but I thought the place was dated. I'm not going to say the residents were sad, but it just wasn't as upbeat. They just seem to be medicated. It just wasn't lively. The only reason I didn't really go down the path of Bethel is because the people just seem to be sedated. But I don't know that there's a whole lot they can change with that. I could have just come on a bad day. The place appeared to be clean. The other part of Bethel Gardens that kind of slightly turned me off is that they had two levels, an upstairs and downstairs. My grandfather doesn't do steps well. They hadn't determined what apartment he would have gotten, but I just didn't like the setup and the situation for him. The other thing too is my grandfather smokes cigarettes, so he needed a place where he could go outside and smoke.

December 03, 2012

By rhayes1

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The experiences I have had with the above named facility have been nothing short of wonderful. The employees are incredible people, and when my family walks out the door after visiting my grandmother, we know that she is in the hands of loving, caring, caompassionate people. The employees that work at Bethel Garden sincerely care about their residents and their well-being. For example, my grandmother is in the midst of dementia, and has had trouble falling asleep at night (actually, she cries when it is bedtime), so, there is a particular employee at this facility that will go into my grandmother's room and sit with her until she falls asleep. The employees at Bethel Garden go that extra foot, and that is most reassuring when you have a family member in their care.

August 30, 2012

By viryem

I visited this facility

My grandmother is a resident at Bethel Gardens. She has been living there for approximately 3 months. On my first visit to the facility, I was happy with the conditions of the exterior of the building and grounds. There were several residents sitting outside and greeted my family and I as we arrived. The inside of the facility is very clean and does not have the "old person" smell. There were many resident sitting in the TV room talking and doing various activities. The care staff I met was wonderful. They were very nice and attentive to the needs of the residents. The individual rooms while small were ample to meet the living needs of the residents. The facility makes sure that her medications were taken on time. They also have prayer groups, bingo, entertainment, and they ensure that she gets a perm. The facility has made an extremely difficult decision to place a family member into an assisted living environment easy. She is getting the socialization and care she needs.

August 30, 2012

By jchytoth

I am a friend or relative of a resident

When we arrived at Bethel Gardens, we were greeted by a beautiful landscape and two gentlemen enjoying the outdoors on rocking chairs. I was surprised at how happy they were; they seemed to be enjoying people watching and greeting visitors. Once inside there was a fabulous sitting area with a lovely couch, chairs and a large TV. The room was filled with people enjoying each other's company. They too seemed to be very happy and comfortable. There were two of these rooms, two lovely dining rooms and many individual rooms throughout the hallways. Each door was marked with an individual name plaque. I was very impressed with the cleanliness of the facility as well as my grandmother's room. The workers were very attentive to her every need, which was fantastic. The room was large enough to fit many of my grandmother's things from home, this helped make the transition comfortable for her. I would recommend Bethel Gardens to anyone for the care of a loved one.
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  • Studio Apartments


  • Resident Capacity: 48


  • State Licenses: 033030181


  • Assisted Living Starting At: $3495/month
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    Bethel Gardens Assisted & Memory Care is a senior housing facility providing a comfortable environment with an emphasis on personalized care. The staff at Bethel Gardens is highly qualified and experienced in caring for seniors, and they provide services around the clock, 7 days a week. They offer different levels of care to meet the needs of each individual, from day services to long term care. Bethel Gardens Assisted & Memory Care provides an all-inclusive pricing system which allows you to tailor your plan of care for your loved one based on their needs. They also offer respite care up to one week in length so you can get the help you need when you need it most. With our dementia training for staff and caregivers, we are committed to giving them the best possible experience throughout their journey here at Bethel Gardens Assisted & Memory Care.

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