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Community News Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory Named Best Assisted Living and Best Memory Care by U.S. News

It is with great excitement we share that Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory has been recognized in two categories in U.S. News’ Best of Senior Living in 2023!

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Burnt Hickory Team Members Read Reviews at Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory

Whitney Grant, our community sales director, shares first-hand reviews from our residents and their families. You'll hear about the attentive care our team members provide, the warm welcome that greets new residents, and the top-notch service that we offer.

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Community News Compton Elementary Performs at Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory

Our residents were recently treated to a fabulous performance by students from Compton Elementary School, who paid us a special visit and sang popular tunes. "We work to instill in our children to learn and to lead, and to lift up others," said Beth Lair, Principal of Compton. "This was an opportunity for them to come in and lift the spirits of your residents and bring them joy with the children singing."

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Community News Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory Recognized as Best Memory Care Community

Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory is honored to be selected as a Best Memory Care Community by, recognizing excellence in memory care based on research, reviews, and several key performance indicators.

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Community News The Benefits of Moving to Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory

The decision to move into a senior living community is not always an easy one to make. Sometimes the decision has to be made on behalf of your loved one for their own safety. However, what may begin with hesitation can end up being one of the best decisions you’ve ever made. It is understandable why your loved one may resist leaving the home they knew to live in an environment that is unfamiliar. However, we know that there are many pros to living in a senior living community, from safety to a sense of community to new friendships. Through reviews from our residents and their loved ones, learn more about life at Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory. SAFETY

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Roberta Moves Into Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory

Tag along with Roberta as she moves into her new home at Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory. She shares with us her new friends, most prized possessions, and why she made the decision to move into a senior living community.

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Senior Living Options Infographic: Senior Living Options in Marietta | Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory

When it comes to senior living, the options can seem endless. We created this chart to help you understand the different levels of care, and identify which best fits your or your loved one's needs.

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Happy Holidays from Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory

From all of us at Arbor Terrace of Burnt Hickory, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and Happy New Year! May your holidays be filled with love and joy.

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Senior living, Assisted living, Senior care What Are the Requirements to Live in Assisted Living in Georgia?

Assisted living in Georgia can help seniors with health and cognitive issues live more independent lives, enriched by friendship, meaningful activities, and the chance to master new skills. Caregivers may also gain immense relief from assisted living, since it allows them to transition back to a family relationship and out of the caregiver role. This can alleviate stress and depression, and can even create far-reaching health reverberations for a family, since caregivers sometimes struggle with stress-related health issues.

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Assisted living, Bridges, Bridges Program Why Our Bridges Program Is a Great Option

It can be scary to think that you or a loved one may someday be diagnosed with dementia. Yet according to the Alzheimer's Association, one in three seniors will develop some type of dementia during their lifetime. Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe conditions and diseases that affect a person’s memory, language, and problem-solving skills. These conditions worsen over time, and so a person with a recent dementia diagnosis is in a significantly different place than a person who has lived with it for a while. Many assisted living communities include special dementia care neighborhoods. They are secured environments with full-time care for residents who are in the later stages of dementia. But seniors just starting to struggle with dementia symptoms don’t need this much care.

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