Reading Time: 2 minutes William “Bill” is Woodland Ridge’s resident of the month! Mr. Bill is from Atlanta and grew up in a family with one brother who is four years older than him. Bill fondly remembers their family dog, a dachshund named Baron. He went to North Side High School and then to Emory University where he got Read More

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Woodland Ridge Employee of the month for July is Martha Mesa! Martha is from Demorest, Georgia, and is the youngest of five girls. She played trumpet in the band in school and was very involved in their church. At age 17 she went to North Georgia Tech and has a diploma in business.

Reading Time: 1 minute Our Woodland Ridge Employee of the Month for June is Nkem Stokes! Nkem is originally from Nigeria and grew up in a large family with nine children. Her mother was a teacher, and her father was a manager for a British company. She and her twin brother are the youngest of the bunch. Nkem says Read More

Reading Time: 1 minute Our May Resident of the Month is Ruby. We’re happy that she had the time to share her story with Woodland Ridge so other residents can learn more about her life! Ms. Ruby is from Greenville, South Carolina, where she lived most of her life. She came to Georgia to be closer to her daughter, Read More

Reading Time: 1 minute Our Woodland Ridge January Resident of the Month is Wilma! Wilma was born and raised in Altoona, Pennsylvania. She went to the University of Maryland before moving to Georgia at age 22. She then finished her degree in Medical Lab Technology at Georgia State which is now Kennesaw State University. Ms. Wilma’s first job was Read More

Reading Time: 1 minute Our Woodland Ridge Employee of the Month is Anna Williams! Anna has worked at Woodland Ridge for 16 years, nearly the entire time she’s been in Atlanta. She moved here from Broxton, Georgia and worked at Emory Adventist Hospital before coming to Woodland Ridge. Previously, Anna also worked in a processing plant for Campbell’s Soup. Read More

Reading Time: 1 minute Click HERE for locations, showtimes. Mark your calendar for February 16th and head to the nearest senior center! Don’t miss the screening of The Age of Love, a documentary that follows 30 seniors who participate in a speed-dating event for ages 70—90. View the film’s trailer here:

Reading Time: 1 minute Dana Lusk What if the thought of Valentine’s Day stings a little? Especially when aging loved ones are isolated and shut-in, they may not have much contact with friends and family. A day to celebrate love may be just another day of loneliness for them. But you can help make their day special! Our elders Read More

Reading Time: 4 minutes Having good neighbors is so important. Good neighbors make us feel safer and more secure in our homes. Most importantly, good neighbors can become great friends. At Woodland Ridge Assisted Living, we’ve been getting to know some of our neighbors a little better. We’ve got some very interesting people around our community, and we’d like Read More