Augusta Gardens - Augusta, GA

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About Augusta Gardens - Augusta, GA

What A Great Way to Live!

Assisted Living the way it used to be…One inclusive fee to simplify your life!


Augusta Gardens simple monthly fee includes 24-hour watchful oversight and care 365 days a year. Resident Assistants check our clients every two hours to insure their safety, know there whereabouts, and monitor their normal condition and to provide hotel like amenities around the clock. Monthly Fee also includes three restaurant-style meals and  three snacks per day, original and inventive activities twice daily, full housekeeping and maintenance,  medication monitoring program, personalized assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming and ambulation, state-of-the-art emergency resp

Named after Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha, Augusta, Georgia is a consolidated city-county that spans the Georgia and South Carolina state lines. With a population of nearly 200,000, the area is rich in diversity and history. It is the host of The Masters golf tournament, which doubles the population of the city every year for a few weeks.

- Walkability score: Augusta's walkability score is 22 with the Central Business District, Academy Blake Avenue and Harrisburg being the most walkable streets.

- Average age in the ZIP code: The median age of Augusta is 34.

- Senior housing facilities in the ZIP code: August has 19 senior housing facilities.

- Average weather info: Temperatures range from an average high of 58° F in January to 93°F in July. Average lows range from 33° F in January to 70° F in July.

- Veterans' facilities in the area: Veterans' facilities in Augusta include the Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Norwood VA Medical Center, Downtown VA Medical Center, Norwood VA Medical Center, Augusta Vet Center, Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home, Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center, the VA Hospital and the American Legion Post 71.

Augusta has a variety of public transportation options for residents. Seniors can take a bus, train or taxi to their destinations.

- Buses: Public transit is available along with bus stations for Greyhound and Lewis Bus Lines.

- Trains: Trains depart from five different stations in Augusta: Peachtree Station, Greyhound Station, MARTA Civic Center, Turimex, Atlanta Stop and Hartsfield Airport.

- Taxis: Taxi companies in Augusta include Yello Cab, American Taxi of Augusta, Speedy Cab, Augusta Cab Company, Cab Co, KoolKab TAXI, Garden City Taxi, Tyron Cab and Liberty Taxi. Limousines can also be rented through Luxury Limos.

- Ride shares: Rideshares can be found via Craigslist, Carpoolworld, RideGuru and Uber.

Augusta has a variety of hospitals and clinics to serve seniors and other residents. Unfortunately, Augusta does have a higher than average crime rate.

- Hospitals in the area: Augusta University Medical Center, Doctor's Hospital, Trinity Hospital, Children's Hospital of Georgia, Select Specialty Hospital, Dwight D Eisenhower Army Medical Center, JMS Burn Center, and several speciality clinics.

- Crime rate in the ZIP code: Augusta has a higher average of crime than much of the United States; however, most of the area's crimes are non-violent.

Golf is one of the biggest leisure sports in Augusta, thanks to the The Masters held every year. Other activities, including tennis and gyms, are available for residents including seniors.

- Golf courses nearby: The Masters are held yearly at the Augusta National Golf Club. Public and private golf courses are available for senior enjoyment.

- Tennis courts/clubs nearby: Several tennis centers and country clubs offer tennis courts. Hickman Park also has public courts.

- Gyms nearby - senior friendly (aerobics): Most local gyms are senior-friendly and offer aerobics, weight classes, and yoga. The Wilson Family Y and the Augusta South Family Y offer a variety of activities for every age and level of activity.

With its warm climate, Augusta's tourist season begins early and ends late in the year. To support that, Augusta has many opportunites for shopping, eating and entertainment.

- Clothes shopping nearby: Residents can shop for clothes at the various malls around Augusta, including the Augusta Mall, and Augusta Exchange.

- Grocery stores: From Publix, to Save-A-Lot, you will find what you need.

- Restaurants: From vegetarian friendly, such as The Bee's Knees, to oyster bars, to fine Italian food, you won't leave town with an empty stomach.

- Movie theaters: When you want to watch a movie, Augusta offers several theaters. Some, like the Imperial, are steeped in history, while Evans Stadium Cinemas offers a newer experience.

- Libraries: Augusta features several public libraries and university libraries. Seniors can check out books at the Friedman Branch Library or do research at the Robert B Greenblatt M.D. Library.

- Senior friendly salons (men and women): Whether residents would like to get a simple hair cut or enjoy a day at the spa, Augusta has several options. Have a beautiful day with Aqua Salon and Day Spa Augusta, or get your hair cut at Bella Capelli Salon.

- Attractions: From Civil War sites, to music festivals, museums, and tours you are sure to find several attractions to keep your interest. The Morris Museum of Art offers a variety of artistic styles to view. Explore Augusta's history at the Augusta Museum of History.

Augusta has a variety of Christian, Catholic and Jewish congregations within the city limits.

- Religious facilities nearby: Religious worship is a high priority is Augusta. Historic churches are scattered throughout the city and surrounding areas. Religions centers include Catholic, Christian and even Islamic centers for worship. New Life Church and First Baptist Church of Augusta both have open doors for everyone.