Reading Time: 2 minutes Senior Care Smyrna GA-Here are three of the most common concerns some people may have about assisted living that can cause them to either dismiss it for themselves or never bring it up to an elderly parent, grandparent, or other loved one.

Reading Time: 2 minutes At Woodland Ridge, we offer a variety of activities that provide health benefits to our residents. These activities do not need to include strenuous work; many, less intense activities offer just as much health benefits to seniors! The approach at Woodland Ridge is simple; provide our residents with activities that improve their health. We include Read More

Reading Time: 2 minutes As you get older, you may no longer have access to a car or it may feel more challenging to travel. However, there are plenty of senior transportation options available to get you where you need to go. Woodland Ridge Assisted Living understands the importance of senior transportation and how it can affect your feeling Read More

Reading Time: 3 minutes With the number of seniors living with Alzheimer’s in America increasing, there is also an increasing need for caregiving. Whether formal or informal, taking care of another individual with deteriorating cognitive abilities can take a toll on the caregiver. For most adult children, their parent’s needs will fall on them, and the weight of caregiving Read More

Reading Time: 3 minutes We live in a world of opportunity, where there are many options all around us. Want to order something online? Hop on Amazon which offers well over 1 million items and has it delivered by drones right to your doorstep. While convenience like this and multiple options can be wonderful at times, there can also Read More

Reading Time: 4 minutes   “I’m a 46-year-old controller for an international company. I’ve spent my life building my career and never imagined I’d be thinking about assisted living while changing diapers —especially not my mom’s diapers,” says Mark. Susan, a married mother of three teenagers who also cares for her ailing father who has congestive heart failure and Read More

Reading Time: 2 minutes   Families often consider moving a loved one or family member to assisted living when they are initially diagnosed with dementia or some other age-related issue. Naturally, the person in question raises emotionally based arguments to making a move and will vehemently object so the family will postpone the decision. Sooner than later, a crisis Read More