Magnolia Manor of Americus - Americus, GA

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She is happy

We live out of state and wanted her to move closer to us, but she seems to be thriving at Magnolia Manor of Americus. The family chose it because it was close to other family and friends and her church. It was the best option for her. She is doing tai chi, and she plays bridge and is still being able to continue to enjoy her swimming at the community. They have a small library and book mobile and community center nearby. She drives her own car but they do offer transportion. The meals they serve is a country type fare, it seems to suit her well. It is an older community and they are in the process of redoing the carpet. She is happy and enjoying life. It is a good fit for her.

Cheryl Kennedy

Local Representative

Thank you for your kind words. Glad to know your loved one is happy with Magnolia Manor!

We are home!

As far as I know everything has been working out for mom. She has even started taking on different jobs and doing things to keep here busy. She likes the community and the staff and I believe that she has found her place to stay.

Care for a friend

This is the community is a little older. They need to improve the cleaning. The meals are appealing. They do have activities for those who are able to participate. I think that community could use a little up dating. I have recommended this community to friends for the good care and the value.

Magnolia Manor is an Answer to Prayer

Couldn't have found a better place for my mom. She loves it there! The people are super friendly and go out of their way to make sure she is taken care of.

My friend's care

I am happy to see my friend is doing great at this very nice community. The staff is great and very helpful to his needs. The food is great and they offer a great choice. I know he is happy with the activities that are offered to him. I have recommended this community to others for good care and a good value.

My brother is very pleased with his move to this community. Everything has worked very well. The community is well-kept, his room and the community are nice and clean when I visit. The staff have been helpful, responsive, and also attentive . He has tried a few of the activities offered. I know he is safe and being cared for well here. This is a community that would get my recommendation.

Have had a family member here for the past few months. There are staff members who are awesome but they do not outweigh the ones that are not. You know how some people light up a room? Well there are ones that bring darkness. I've had the good fortune in the all my working years to only work with one person like that but it was enough to recognize it when I see it. It's worse when those people are in a position of authority and you can watch them suck the life out of even their good employees. I don't visit often but every time I'm there, I can tell the difference before I see if this person is there or not. Nursing homes should do a better job of paying attention and making sure the people in charge care about the patients rather than being the king or queen of their little domain.

If your family member is in their right mind and can stand up for themselves, maybe Magnolia Manor is okay. If not, you better have a family representative who lives nearby to be their steady advocate, otherwise, I'd look elsewhere. I'm not the one who makes these decisions for this relative, but I can't see this particular nursing home as a permanent solution for anyone based on our family's experience. I wouldn't choose it for myself or any family member based on what I've seen.

Not as many activities as there used to be

Their assisted living was really expensive and really depressing. Now, their independent living apartments were nice, but she was really out in the middle of nowhere. She was there for 30 years and when dad was alive they were really active, they did a lot of volunteer work but when dad died she just stayed in her room.

It was good, but things have changed. Most of the people she was friends with are gone now and they used to really have a lot of activities and they just dont anymore. i don't know if its a money thing or what, but she just never did anything.