3 Assisted Living Facilities, Senior Care Homes and Senior Living Communities
5 NORTH SPRING STREET, CLAXTON, Georgia 30417
Capacity: 24 people
Phone #: 9127394000
107 WEST LIBERTY STREET, CLAXTON, Georgia 30417
Capacity: 19 people
Phone #: 9127393226
With a population of slightly fewer than three thousand people, Claxton is a small beautiful town covering 1.6 square miles. It is the Evans County seat and it got its name from a famous actress Kate Claxton. It is one of the cities that preserves historical sights. An example is the County courthouse with a neoclassical design that features in the National Register of historic places. It is also known as the Fruit Cake Capital of the globe because of the number of cakes that Claxton produces every year. Additionally, it also has some of the largest poultry and beekeeping industries in the United States.
Around seventy percent of people who are older than 70 years will require long-term care according to statistics. Assisted living facilities in Claxton come in to satisfy the requirement. They are particularly excellent for the seniors who are not in a position to live as independently as before. The residences combine support services, housing and health care that the occupants need. Personal care services in the homes can cover medication management and transportation, as well as the care that the inhabitants that can access anytime.
Older adults in the assisted living communities in Claxton can either choose to reside in a shared apartment or a private room depending on preferences and budgets. Other assisted homes provide memory care services in single SCU (dementia special care unit.) These are well equipped and have staff members who can take care of senior adults with progressive impairments so that they live in pleasant environments that are effortless to navigate.
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