Independent Living / Active Adult

Georgia's near-perfect weather and all-around entertainment value makes it one of the most popular states to retire to in America, and nowhere is more accommodating to seniors than the state's capital city of Atlanta. Packed with unparalleled shopping and dining opportunities and some of the...

Game night is a favorite activity for many members at Park Springs. Our designated game room serves as a great place for weekly gatherings where members can participate in a variety of board games, card games, and other fun activities. Many seniors consider their game...

We encourage all Members to get involved at Park Springs. Our Member association committees are a great way to make a positive impact in our Atlanta independent senior living experience. Check out what each committee has to offer and see which one is right for...

Park Springs offers many services to members to help them stay healthy during retirement. Not only do we provide on campus health care, but there are monthly presentations and check-ups designed to help educate and assist members about healthy assisted living in Atlanta. In addition...

Staying active is a great way for seniors to stay healthy. Park Springs has many opportunities for members to exercise and get involved with a variety of member activities. Our sports clubs offer a wide range of options for members to be active and healthy....

We are excited to announce that our Director of Nursing, Amy Medina, at the premier Atlanta Active Adult Community is introducing a new Alzheimer’s Training Program. All employees will begin training in June. The employees will be trained on various topics such as; Intro to...

Studies show your health is better if where you're living provides you with regular meals, lots of friends, and the spontaneity of neighborhood social and recreational activities. One study found that Members of communities with a full continuum of care such as Park Springs were...

By Lisa Kiely  In July of 2004, shortly after coming to Park Springs Continuing Care Retirement Community in Stone Mountain, Ga. our executive staff set out to implement a program that would later be known in our community as the Six Areas of Wellness. Although it...

By Dr. Margaret White Recent research provided by Duke University tells us that seniors are living healthier in mind and body as they age. They are also living longer. According to US Census Bureau, the projected population in 2050 for those 65 and older is estimated...

It has become increasingly clear over the years that unbalanced food intakes increase the risks of a number of chronic diseases that face senior citizens. Making the necessary food choices is not always easy, but necessary. Recently, the focus for dietary change has been on the...