As a son of the low country, Ross loved growing up on the ocean near Pauley’s Island South Carolina. Just like the famous author from that area, Pat Conroy – who he has met – a part of his heart will always be tied to...

When it comes to deciding on where you will spend your retirement, there are many things to consider. Location, cost of living, lifestyle, and style of home are all deciding factors. But one of the most significant aspects to think about is the type of...

McKnight’s Senior Living reporter Kimberly Bonvissuto interviewed Donna Moore, COO at Isakson Living, which owns and operates Park Springs, regarding the decision to shelter-in-place on the 61-acre campus in order to protect 500 members. Nearly 60 staff members have volunteered to ride out the pandemic...

Senior Housing News interviewed Isakson Living COO Donna Moore for an article on senior living providers creating staffing “bubbles” at their communities in order to better care for residents, limit interaction from the outside and reduce the risk to staff of exposure to the coronavirus. By...

On Monday, May 11, Melissa Stern of CBS 46 Atlanta interviewed COO Donna Moore and Pebblebrook Healthcare Administrator Nadia Williams regarding the nearly 75 workers who voluntarily have stayed at Park Springs, a life plan community, for weeks. Although thousands of people have died from the...

While most nursing homes have limited visitors, and many screen people for fevers or ask whether they’ve had contact with anyone with the virus, Park Springs feared those strategies might not be enough. Donna Moore, COO of Isakson Living, which owns and operates Park Springs,...

Park Springs loves to highlight the many aspects of our community that make it a great place to live. Our beautiful 61-acre campus and all its amenities, our comprehensive care and expert staff, and being America’s only Dementia Care Matters certified Butterfly Home are all...

Some years ago, Katrina Shoemaker’s daughter brought her mom a brochure from Park Springs. “I flipped through it and basically stuck it in the bottom of a drawer,” recalls Katrina. At the time she was living in Sycamore Station, a Decatur townhome community. “I loved...

Ann and Richard Brock were excited about the idea of making the move to a luxury retirement community. In fact, they had decided on a well-known Atlanta high-rise and had even picked out an apartment. “When we got there we saw that it was quite...

“I really loved my townhouse in Decatur. But once I started looking at Park Springs, I realized I had a number of rooms I didn’t ever walk into. That seemed crazy to me.” What seemed a lot less crazy to LaVerne Brown was downsizing to a...