- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
Very nice and pleasant atmosphere. Plan to take her for a visit there in the next couple of weeks. This is the preferred geographical area. Will need to be sure we can work out funding before making a commitment.
Our loved one is living at this home and he is doing great. From what I have seen it looks clean and is nice inside. I believe our loved one is getting adequate care and is safe in his environment.
Too far. Not a place for pa...
Too far. Not a place for patients with dementia and any type of cognitive challenge.
From the Office
Providing personalized, individual care, Greenwood Place Assisted Living gives seniors the chance to live life to the fullest in an assisted living environment. Maintaining dignity is important to seniors and Greenwood Place individualizes its care to provide our residents with the most freedom and individual responsibility possible. For children who want their parents in and environment where they get to enjoy their favorite pastimes and activities, Greenwood Place Assisted Living is the place to be. The facility recently expanded to 35 beds, giving it more capacity while allowing it to maintain a small close-knit community. Privately owned, the proprietors of the facility are frequently there, and are always soliciting feedback from residents and their families. The facility offers a number of amenities, including on-site meals, a beautician, planned activities and more. Medical needs are also seen to by visiting nurses, podiatrists and occupational therapists. Greenwood Place is also pet friendly, accepting dogs and cats. Greenwood Place is located within 15 minutes of two hospitals. The small rural community of Wrightsville is ideal for many seniors who want a slow-paced, simple lifestyle in their golden years. Wrightsville is close to Macon and Augusta giving you plenty of opportunity to treat your beloved parents to shopping trips and other opportunities in two major Georgia cities.