Assisted Living in Columbus GA

Do you or a loved one need a little extra help doing things like getting dressed, bathing or keeping track of your medication schedule? Assisted living at The Lodge in Columbus GA could be the solution. Here, you can live as independently as possible, enjoying all the benefits of life at The Lodge. Activities, dining, your own apartment – it’s all yours. But you’ll also get the support you need, from people who truly care about you and your well-being.

Personalized Support with Daily Living

Assisted living services allow you maintain your independence while having the support you need with the activities of daily living (ADLs). With 24-hour care, we customize the level of support for each resident depending on their needs. With support in your daily tasks, you can focus on enjoying yourself and living your life. You’ll have access to all our amenities, including our on-site gym, spa, restaurant-style meals, social activities, and much more. Because The Lodge is also a full-service residence, it also includes memory care suites, short-term rehabilitation, and long-term skilled nursing care – all within the campus.

Assisted Living Floor Plans

Our assisted living floor plans offer one- and two-bedroom homes with full kitchens, living rooms, and walk-in closets. Each residence offers a neutral color scheme, luxury finishes and upscale appliances for your comfort. Set within our park-like campus, you can appreciate the accessibility of everything you need within the community.

Assisted Living FAQs

How does assisted living work?

Assisted living is a type of senior living option for older adults that need help with one or more activities of daily living, like dressing, bathing, or housekeeping. Most commonly, assisted living residents live in their own apartments where they have access to community rooms, amenities and dining. Assisted living residents receive 24/7 supervision as well as support and care as needed.

What is the difference between a nursing home and assisted living?

While both assisted living and nursing homes are types of senior living, they offer very different levels of care. Assisted living residents only receive the care they need, and that care usually pertains to activities of daily living, like bathing, eating, or dressing. Additionally, assisted living residents live the independent lifestyle they desire.

When is it time for assisted living?

It may be time for an individual to move to an assisted living community when they have difficulty caring for themselves or their home without outside assistance, including difficulty with bathing, dressing paying the bills, or housekeeping. Additionally, individuals who have worsening medical conditions or suffer from isolation can also benefit from a community where they can access the care they need on an ongoing basis as well as a supportive community.

What does assisted living provide?

Assisted living provides individuals with the health and wellness essentials they need to thrive. In terms of care, assisted living typically provides 24/7 supervision and varying levels of support with ADLs depending on what the individual needs. Assisted living also provides a private apartment, access to amenities like a pool or movie theater, housekeeping services, home maintenance, social events, dining, transportation and much more.