Dogwood Forest of Dunwoody is an assisted living community, based in Atlanta, Georgia. The facility is located about 10 minutes’ drive from the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. In the other direction, it is possible to reach the Saint Joseph’s Hospital of Atlanta in about 10 minutes.
They offer assisted living, memory care and short-term stay options.
They have taken a clinical approach to making their residents happy. This includes choosing apartment interiors that are pleasing to the eye and organizing wellness and entertainment activities that keep residents engaged.
It’s clear that they take their wellness program seriously. In addition to the usual exercise programs that most facilities offer, they also claim to have nature therapy, hydration therapy, light therapy and pet therapy.
They also encourage their residents to stay active in their community, and in the world at large, by volunteering.
Here are a few of their wellness and entertainment activities:
This facility offers cable TV and Wi-Fi in all resident’s rooms. In addition, they have a computer room with Internet access.
They have 1-bedroom, studio and companion apartments available.
The interiors at this facility look absolutely stunning. Perhaps this is to be expected, given the fact that they hired an interior designer specifically for this purpose. For residents who prefer to spend more time outside than inside, Dogwood Forest of Dunwoody has plenty of open areas including community tended gardens, patios and paths.
Here are a few of the services offered at the facility:
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