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Why Choose Woodland Ridge?

When loved ones need help, it can be overwhelming. At Woodland Ridge, we're solving that problem. As Georgia's first non-profit assisted living community, our mission is excellence in care and community support.

Best Assisted Living in Atlanta

Woodland Ridge is the proud recipient of “The Best Assisted Living in Atlanta” awarded by Expertise. Expertise looked at the top 44 assisted living communities in Atlanta and narrowed the list down to a top 15, of which Woodland Ridge featured as a winner. We are proud to accept this award as we continuously strive to better our community and provide steadfast, compassionate, and comprehensive care to all of our residents, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

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Oscar Galvez – Woodland Ridge 2019 Employee of the Year

December 7th, 2019 |

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Reading Time: < 1 minute Each year we take the time to recognize one employee who truly represents the heart behind our mission at Woodland Ridge. This year, we are excited to announce that our 2019 Employee of the Year is Oscar Galvez, our dedicated and hard-working Director of Maintenance.

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Elizabeth – December Resident of the Month

December 1st, 2019 |

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Woodland Ridge‘s Resident of the Month for December is Elizabeth. Ms. Elizabeth grew up in Youngstown, Ohio, and was the middle child of three sisters.

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Depression in Seniors: Overcoming Stigmas by Woodland Ridge

Depression in Seniors: Overcoming Stigmas

November 15th, 2019 |

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Understanding and recognizing depression, especially in seniors, can be difficult. With over 300 million people worldwide showing symptoms of depression, it is a widespread problem, yet it continues to endure unyielding stigmatization.

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