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- Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
- Activities Onsite
- Devotional Services Available
- Indoor Common Areas
- Meals Provided
- Nurses on Staff
- Pets Allowed
- Hospice Available
- Male Residents Accepted
- Female Residents Only
- Homecare Onsite
"What's going to come of Mom?” This was one of the first things that crossed my mind when my Dad died rather unexpectedly in July 2015 in Thomasville, GA. My Dad had been my Mom's lifeline and had provided her with very attentive care and support for all the many years that they were married. In the aftermath of his death, my brother & I were a bit worried about how our Mom was going to survive, both emotionally, mentally, and physically, as Dad had shepherded her through many medical maladies and issues. In the days and weeks after his death, my Mom actually proved to be the strong, resilient, "steel magnolia" that I had always believed her to be. She rallied after his death and literally put one foot in front of the other to "carry on". However, because she was consumed with loneliness in their big house, and because by nature, she's always been very outgoing and sociable, Mom knew that there would be many advantages to moving into an assisted living facility. The task of finding a suitable facility for her in Thomasville was actually not as arduous a task as I had envisioned, namely because upon walking into Woodleaf Senior Care, we were witnesses to a community infused and intentioned with love, devotion, respect, and excellent care for the older adult residents who live there. Being a geriatric social worker, I'm attuned to the often challenging and emotionally difficult process of moving an aging parent into such a facility: I know the questions to ask but I also have a deep sense and intuition for recognizing care that is coming from the heart. And this is what we witnessed, from day one, at Woodleaf. It was apparent from the beginning, and confirmed later after Mom decided to move to Woodleaf, that the staff and team are dedicated to building, creating, and maintaining a community which fosters and supports the individual needs of their residents. It's almost as if each clinician and staff member at Woodleaf (including Margaret, Fran, Tony, Donna, Steven, and countless others) has fine-tuned radar that is able to hone in on the individuality and uniqueness of each resident and, in turn, is able to offer tailor-made care and support for the purpose of enhancing quality of life and satisfaction (including gourmet, nourishing meals; meaningful social events/activities; beautiful decor and radiant gardens). Living out of state, Woodleaf's dedication and commitment to quality care for my beloved Mom has given me TREMENDOUS peace of mind. The folks at Woodleaf, both the staff and Mom's new neighbors, have quickly become an extended part of my Family, for they have repeatedly demonstrated, in the short time Mom has lived there, that they are devoted to her best care, well being, safety, and quality of life. For this, I am most Thankful.
Staff Is Remarkable But More Activites Would Be Nice
They're a superb facility. My sister has been ther for over a year, this month. They did go up on her rent rate but we managed to get it reduced back to what it was. I do think the cost is a little expensive but I know the cost of living has gone up. I love it, personally. I wish I could afford to go there when I get older. I'm very impressed with them. The only thing is I would like there to be more activites. They've quit their exercise program because most of the residents are too old and can't do it but my sister is still active. It would be nice if there were more things that she could be involved in, but i realize she's only one of 80.
Woodleaf is neat and clean and the personell is just remarkable! I would live there myself and I wouldn't put my sister anywhere that I wouldn't go.
Some seniors reach a point when they are unable to care for all the little details of daily living and need a helping hand now and then. In many cases, The Suites of Woodleaf can be the ideal alternative for those who need modest personal assistance, housekeeping, meals, and supervision with medications.
Wooded acreage surrounding Woodleaf provides the landscape for 40 assisted senior living suites. This planned environment is the ideal choice for those preferring the security and social life of a close-knit community without the upkeep of a home.
The Suites of Woodleaf offers gracious living in bright, spacious suites that include bedroom, bath, living room, and kitchenette. Residents are encouraged to personalize their suites with their own furniture and accessories to create a familiar, comfortable environment unique to each individual.
The Suites of Woodleafis a fully licensed assisted living facility conveniently located in Thomasville, Georgia, the City of Roses.