Camellia Place – Assisted Living and Memory Care
A Caring Community of Distinction
Camellia Place is a Woodstock, GA Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Respite facility that caters to residents with mild, moderate, or advanced Alzheimer’s disease. We are a community that exemplifies safety, personalized care, compassion, and joy with a small neighborhood of distinct single-story homes, three for assisted living and three for memory care–serving Canton and Woodstock, Georgia.
Camellia Place – Assisted Living and Memory Care
294 Rope Mill RdWoodstock Georgia 30188United States
What a great experience! My mom has been at Camellia Place for almost two months and it has been a great move for her. While we were initially hesitant to move her during COVID we got to the point where we had to. Camellia Place has done a fantastic job enabling a safe and healthy transition. My mom loves it! She is actively participating in exercise, art, music and other activities after being largely isolated for almost a year. You always wonder whether or not you are doing the right thing for your parent and we couldn’t be more pleased with our decision to choose Camellia Place.
As a local long term care insurance agent, Camellia Place is my top recommendation for exceptional memory care and assisted living for not only my clients but my friends and family as well. Camellia Place offers a truly unique experience and I have seen the difference they make in the lives of the residents first hand.
Mom is in memory care at Camellia Place and I can’t say enough about this community. From the local and active owners downto the high ratio of quality CNAs, their goal is resident care and ultimate satisfaction. Five stars for sure!
From the moment you drive on grounds at Camellia Place, you feel that you are somewhere unique and special. Birds are chirping, the landscape and flowers are beautiful, and there is a certain calm and peace. Each home has a loving, family atmosphere. The residents seem happy and engaged. Every detail from the lighting and temperature to the music, furniture, and smell of baked goods has a calming effect. You feel right at home while you visit with your loved one. You can sit at their kitchen table and enjoy coffee or tea with a delicious snack, or if you prefer you can relax and visit in their living room. You’ll see family pictures all around, and sense that everyone there truly cares about the residents and visitors alike! Many times when I’ve visited someone in assisted living, I’ve felt anxious and soon ready to leave. At Camellia Place, I feel relaxed and find myself wanting to stay longer and join in some of their activities. What a blessing Camellia Place is not only to their residents, but to their families and the community! THANK YOU
Camellia Place is assisted living and memory care like no other! It’s a community where residents live in HOMES, not hallways. It offers top-notch care combined with a community that really cares about people. I highly recommend that you visit Camellia Place and see why it’s so different.
6 years ago My mother has been a resident in memory care at Camellia Place since June. From the very beginning of the application process, I have been so impressed with the individual attention both the families and residents have been given by the staff. I feel so welcome as a family member, and my 88 year-old mother, who has many health issues, is blossoming there. I really can’t say enough about everyone who works there. They are so accommodating to their residents, and try as hard as they possibly can to get to know every resident well and work to meet their needs. The place is just beautiful, the food is better than my own, and the airy, family-type housing set-up is wonderful, with only 16 residents per home. Thank you, Camellia Place, my mom and I couldn’t be happier!
My 91 year old father in law has been here for approximately 3 months and absolutely loves everything about Camellia Place; from the facility, meals, activitie,, medical support and all the incredible staff. Everyone on staff loves their residents, no matter what their primary responsibilites are. All the residents encourage each other.There is a special spirit in this place that is difficult to explain.
One of the best kept secrets in Senior Living in Cherokee County. The minute you walk on the campus you feel the comforts of home. Lisa and Brandon have such a knack for assuring you that your loved one is going to be cared for as family. If you are looking for a new place to call home for your loved one you better hurry because Camellia Place won’t be kept a secret for long.
My father arrived this summer. It has been a difficult transition for him emotionally. Of course, the place is beautiful with lots of very sweet people living there. What makes this place wonderful is the kindness shown by the staff. It is nothing short of amazing. My father, in particular, cannot say enough nice things about Ashley, Dennis, and Clayton – we are all lucky to have them.
Amber, one of the sales professinals at Camelia Place is friendly and knowledgeable. If you are looking for senior living in Cherokee county checking out Camelia Place should be on your list. They offer a unique cottage style way of living that may be just right for your loved one.
The staff at Camellia Place are so friendly and welcoming. I wish they had been around when my granddad was suffering with Alzheimer’s. I think they would’ve made his time much better.
Making the decision to move a loved one into assisted living is not easy, especially when that loved one was a very active 70-something who still enjoyed riding his bike and being outdoors, but whose declining memory made continuing to live alone a hazard to his safety. When my sister and I looked for the perfect place for our dad, George, we learned very quickly what we did not want, which was a large, hotel-like facility that was overwhelming to him, a person who never liked being around a lot of people. We toured a handful of places before discovering Camellia Place. I knew as soon as I walked in the door that this was the place for my dad and he moved in shortly after. I remember the first night we left him, after preparing his room, getting him settled in, and saying our goodbyes, my sister and I pulled the car around where he could not see us so we could make sure he walked back to his new home safely. It was akin to dropping our child off at school and praying that the other kids would be nice to him, that he would not eat alone, and that he would make friends and be accepted. It did not take long for Camellia Place to become dad’s home and for him to settle in to his new life. In fact, when we would take him out to lunch or on outings (in the good ole’ days before COVID), as soon as we were in sight of Camellia Place he would say, “There’s my home”. In a very short amount of time, we saw our dad become someone we barely knew. A social butterfly of sorts, frequently starring in Facebook posts, going to water aerobics, painting, fishing, and even riding his bike with Andrew. Dad, who was very much a loner for as long as I knew him, began to enjoy people and was participating in activities that he never even considered doing in his pre-Camellia Place life. He even met a lady friend and companion that he adored and they would often smooch on the front porch (again, pre-COVID), much to the dismay of the other residents. Dad lived at Camellia Place for almost two and a half years and I truly believe those years were the happiest he had been in some time. I cannot thank the staff of Camellia Place enough for all that they do and the care, love, and support they provide their residents. Dad loved the caretakers and staff of Camellia Place and I felt that love reciprocated when I would see their interactions with him. Dad’s health declined rapidly over the last couple of weeks and on February 9th, he passed away peacefully in his home at Camellia Place. My sister and I were able to spend time with him during his last days and the care and support provided to him and to us during those days was more than we could have asked for. I would like to give a special shout out to Andrew, Julia, Mina, Gary, and Dylan who will forever be heroes in my book. They took care, compassion, and support to the next level and I cannot thank them enough. I will always have fond memories of Camellia Place and of dad’s happiness during his years there. This facility really is the best of the best!
Woodstock is a city in Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. The population was 33,039 as of 2019 according to the US Census Bureau. Originally a stop on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, Woodstock is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. The city was the tenth fastest-growing suburb in the United States in 2007. == History == The Georgia General Assembly incorporated Woodstock as a town in 1897.
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