Assisted living in Marietta that empowers you to live without worry.

Don’t spend your days grappling with housework or working through difficult tasks. Our assisted living facility provides you the help you need to live every day without worry. At Heritage of Sandy Plains, you’ll be free from home maintenance and repairs, receiving personalized assistance that makes your daily challenges simple, fast and easy to overcome.

Our assisted living community in Marietta, GA, provides the highest level of care but with the personal touch of the Sandy Plains staff, who get to know you and value your traditions. We’re here for you – no matter the personal challenges you’re facing physically or emotionally.

Our trained staff will help you with common activities like getting dressed or personal hygiene, along with managing any medications you have. Assisted living at Heritage of Sandy Plains is designed around your history, your current situation and your future goals. Everything we do facilitates your lifestyle, helping you live the way you desire.

To help you improve your wellness, we follow the Salus™ by Solvere wellness philosophy. Salus takes a holistic approach to personal wellness that incorporates four components: the physical, the social, the intellectual, and the spiritual. By blending all four components, Heritage of Sandy Plains helps improve your total well-being so you can achieve your personal goals. All our programs are customized with one-on-one offerings that help you live the life you want.

Assisted Living Services in Marietta, GA

The assisted living community at Heritage of Sandy Plains includes numerous services for residents such as:

  • Daily living assistance (additional costs may apply based on wellness review and service level)
  • Concierge services
  • 24-hour security
  • 24-hour support and health monitoring team
  • Emergency bathroom response system and walk-in shower
  • Personalized Salus wellness programs
  • Physical, occupational and speech rehab services
  • Visiting physicians, home health and hospice providers
  • Resources and support for family members including orientation sessions, educational seminars, sensitivity training seminars and family support groups
  • Utilities (excluding phone)
  • Cable and Wi-Fi
  • Entertainment, social events and educational programs
  • Housekeeping, laundry and linen services
  • Scheduled group transportation to social events and cultural programs
  • Landscaping and trash removal
  • Maintenance and repairs

Marietta Assisted Living Care

As we age, many of us need a little help here and there. This is especially true when it comes to the activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing, moving around, eating and using the restroom. Many people have increasing difficulty with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), which include cooking, cleaning, shopping, managing finances, taking medications, driving, caring for pets or other people and using technology like computers and smart phones. Fortunately, assisted living communities provide the help with ADLs and IADLs that allow people to continue leading independent and active lives — while receiving the occasional support they need.

Assisted living communities are comfortable, homelike environments, staffed with caring and compassionate professionals who provide help with bathing, dressing, cooking and more. Residents are free to spend their time enjoying their lives, for example, rather than worrying about preparing meals or their own safety in the shower.

Pricing for Assisted Living at Heritage of Sandy Plains

Moving into an assisted living community may be more affordable than you think. You’ll only pay a one-time community fee and an all-inclusive monthly service fee.

Assisted Living FAQs

Everyone has questions when they’re researching and touring assisted living communities, regardless of whether they’re looking for themselves or someone else. Here’s a list of the most common questions we’ve come across to help with your research.

What is assisted living?

Assisted living helps adults that are largely independent handle daily tasks like getting dressed or bathing. It’s typically delivered via a supportive living community where they have ready access to trained staff members. Assisted living services may include help with tasks like getting dressed in the morning and evening, managing and taking medications, bathing and eating.

What's included in assisted living?

Each assisted living community will have different inclusions and exclusions. The major elements that most communities include are housing, assistance with daily tasks, dining, and maintenance. Depending on the community, you may also get other services such as security monitoring, emergency response systems for risk areas like bathrooms and other amenities. Communities like Heritage of Sandy Plains also include educational and social programs to create a more engaging, joyful living environment.

How can I find an assisted living community that fits my needs?

Choosing a community with the right level of assisted living is a major undertaking. You need to research communities in the area you want to live in, evaluate their living environment, pricing structure, services and amenities. Download our free resource guide for more tips on what you should be looking for in each community or give us a call for help finding the option that best fits your lifestyle.

Is an Assisted Living Facility Different from an Assisted Living Community?

Yes. Assisted living facilities offer high-quality assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing and cooking. Assisted living communities offer these same services, but in a homelike, community atmosphere. Comfortable surroundings help residents feel like they truly belong; the community atmosphere helps residents make new, meaningful connections with new friends and neighbors.

What Does Assisted Living Provide?

Assisted living provides help with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, taking medication, going to the bathroom, cooking and cleaning. Many people who live in assisted living communities need help with just one or two activities of daily living, and these communities offer a customized level of support. Assisted living offers the support needed to create the freedom to lead independent, meaningful lives.

Does Medicaid Pay for Assisted Living?

Medicaid coverage varies widely, depending on the state that offers it. Typically, though, Medicaid programs will cover:

  • Personal Care Assistance, which provides help with bathing, dressing, toileting and eating
  • Homemaker Services, such as housecleaning, laundry, shopping for essentials such as groceries, and meal preparation
  • Transportation
  • Case Management
  • Personal Emergency Response Systems

Medicaid will not usually cover the room and board of assisted living, although some states do offer optional cash assistance programs, also known as SSI state supplement (OSS), to cover the cost of room and board in an assisted living community.