In recognition of The Longest Day, make sure to check out the April 2018 London Family AgeSmart Lecture featuring memory care expert, Dr. John Zeisel, Ph.D., author of I’m Still Here: A New Philosophy of Alzheimer’s Care and founder of … Continued
Dementia shouldn’t limit someone from doing something they love. Our Hope Model of care and engagement using the I’m Still Here Approach makes sure we give each individual the opportunity to continue doing activities that fulfill them. Click the link … Continued
Jewish Home Life Communities is pleased to welcome Rhett Scircle, LNHA, as the new Executive Director of Berman Commons. Rhett brings a wealth of experience in Assisted Living as well as being a certified nursing home administrator. We invite you … Continued
After an extensive six-month training and embedding process that encompassed all levels of the team–from dietary and housekeeping to care staff and management–Berman Commons has proudly earned their certification as I’m Still Here® Dementia Care Center of Excellence in partnership … Continued
Now is a great time to consider a move to our beautiful Ackerman Traditions Neighborhood. For new residents moving into our secure Memory Care neighborhood by May 31st, we will waive your community fee (a $2,500 savings!) and take 50% … Continued
Respite, or short term stay, provides personalized care services to older adults with dementia or those who have some level of memory impairment. Respite Care is a solution when: Caregivers with a loved one at home, need to be away for … Continued
The Atlanta Jewish Times recently profiled our new Executive Director, Erin Barbee. Click here to read how her background and passion for seniors has made a difference at Berman Commons.
Happy birthday to our resident Elizabeth! Our motorcycle maven recently she sat down with the Atlanta Jewish Times to tell her secrets for aging gracefully. Click here to read the story.
Volunteers Make A BIG Difference! Just taking the time to smile and socialize with a resident greatly adds to his or her quality of life. We invite you to share whatever interests, skills or talents you have with our residents—ongoing … Continued
Click here to read the article from the Dunwoody Crier