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The Cohen Home
10485 Jones Bridge Road, Johns Creek, GA 30022
Based on 25 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care
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The Cohen Home DescriptionThe Cohen Home is a stunning assisted living and dementia care community situated in the close by Atlanta suburb of Johns Creek. Here, we’ve created a warm, friendly atmosphere where every resident is not only treated like family, they become family. As soon as you walk in, you'll feel like you're in a special place. At our community, we believe that each person has something special to bring. It is our mission to find and nurture what makes each individual unique. At The Cohen Home Assisted Living, we go above and beyond to make sure your loved one feels right at home. They'll stay engaged and active with plenty of opportunities for socialization and fun. Plus, our supportive family atmosphere will ensure they always feel comfortable and connected.
Assisted LivingIf you're a senior who wants to live life to the fullest but could use some help with everyday tasks, assisted living at The Cohen Home is perfect for you! Here you'll find plenty of energy and purpose, plus all the assistance you need to maintain your independence. The package includes support, housekeeping, meals, transportation and an engagement program. What makes the Cohen Home so special are all of the amazing surprises you'll find around every corner. From our unique traditions and values to our commitment ensuring fulfillment, there's something for everyone at the Cohen Home. Plus, we have a real focus on wellness and well-being, which sets us apart from other homes in the area.
Memory CareThe Cohen Home employs the I'm Still Here® method for residents with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia. I'm Still Here® is a dementia care philosophy that believes every person living with the disease still has a dignified life, regardless of memory loss severity. This exclusive program allows us to gain a deep understanding of each resident's personal story, strengths and preferences. This creates a purposeful and uplifting experience for everyone involved every day.
DiningThe food served at our farm-to-table restaurant comes straight from our backyard garden. Our garden, which is managed by our own resident Garden Club with assistance from staff, provides fresh fruits and vegetables for our chefs to create delicious seasonal creations that offer something for everyone.
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AmenitiesThe Cohen Home offers its residents many amenities, including a dining room for meals, theme nights and Shabbat or holiday dinners. There are also private dining areas where residents can enjoy special events or private visits with family and friends. For a more intimate space to enjoy a snack with friends, residents can visit the Suzi’s Brew Café.
ServicesThe Cohen Home offers a wide range of services to ensure the wellbeing and comfort of its residents. Three delicious chef-prepared meals plus snacks throughout the day are provided, as well as a community bus for resident outings. Transportation to individual medical appointments is available and a full time Activity Director is on staff to keep residents engaged and connected. A 24-hour call system with trained staff is also available for assistance, and full-time Registered Nurses are on staff to provide medical care.
Assisted Living Services and AmenitiesThe Cohen Home offers full-time RNs and LPNs on staff to ensure quality care for each individual resident. Care levels are customized for each individual, with rehab through Aviv Rehabilitation Center and Weinstein Hospice available on site. Residents have a choice of spacious studio one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plans, with all utilities paid. A full schedule of daily activities is available to keep residents engaged, with group transportation to local shops and restaurants available.
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LicensingThis community is licensed by the state of GA. It is a medium-sized community with 47 total beds.
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Well kept property but poor care. Management is unorganized, slow to respond. Issues with my family member went untoiced, they are not through nor do they inform families enough. Lots of turnover and very little activities with residents. Food is sub par and for the price of room and board it should be better. You can find better places to have your loved ones reside.
My mother has lived at the Cohen Home for the last 2 months and we are so happy that we made the decision to make this her new home. We looked and interviewed so many memory care properties and none compared to TCH. It was quite stressful and frightening to realize that we were at this point in her life and would have to trust in others to take care of her. We love the staff and so does our mother. They treat her with such kindness and care. It is such a relief to have such wonderful people care for our mother. They treat her like she is their family member, not just a resident at the property they work at. During COVID, it is especially hard as we are not able to visit on a regular basis and do the things we typically would for her however the staff is always there to assist us in whatever we need. During this disturbing time they have provided my mother and the other residents with a safe and healthy environment and adhere to all the health guidelines.I would highly recommend making this your loved ones new home if you should be looking for an assisted living/memory care property. The quality of care provided here will truly make the transition easier for you and your loved one.
Working at The Cohen Home, you feel like family. The residents are truly some of the most wonderful people I've ever known, and the staff is always so incredibly supportive of one another. While nothing in life is ever perfect, I honestly can't imagine a more loving place to be. The building is designed much like a home, and many of the relationships feel much like family. Caring for the residents is more than just a job. You'll find yourself thinking about the residents while you're not at work, or smiling and laughing as you realize how much you enjoy their company while you're at work. What I love most about The Cohen Home is how the staff and residents go through the thick and thin of it all together as a team. Just like anything in life, there are ups and downs, but we're always there for each other at the end of the day. This is the way assisted living is supposed to be. On that note, I love you all so much and wish you nothing but the very best!
Our experience at The Cohen Home so far has been exceptional. The staff has taken great care of my Mom and she is flourishing there. She is happy and content and really enjoying the staff and residents. I like that she is busy doing activities and engaged during the day. It keeps her mind active and stimulated. I have found the management to be very communicative, helpful and receptive to me being involved in what is going on with my loved one, unlike what a previous reviewer mentioned. The location is wonderful and close to the Northside Alpharetta medical building, which works out nicely for taking mom to Dr. appts. The Jewish life is a part of activities and food, which is great. The room is spacious with lots of closet space and large windows and hard wood floors. It has been a great experience so far and the most important thing is that my mom is cared for and happy. The medical care has been wonderful and she is getting everything she needs there. Another plus is NO COVID cases there. They take many precautions. Lastly, Alex, Carla, Cheryl and Queen have been great to work with and I look forward to a continued partnership.
What a relief to have found the Cohen Home for my mom. She is now safe and secure in Avery enriching environment. The staff is super attentive and encourages to get up, dressed and participate in mind-stimulating activities like trivia, games, music, and more. It’s making all the difference. I can’t say enough good about this place - the food, service, amenities and medical care are beyond anything we hoped for. Also, they are super careful with COVID precautions and have had no cases, unlike many other long term care facilities. My family and I highly recommend the Cohen Home which, comparatively speaking is an excellent value.
Our family made the decision to move Mom from an independent living situation in Florida to the Cohen Home several months ago. I am so happy that we made that fateful decision! I feel secure in the knowledge that her needs and desires are respected and that she is so well cared for. She has a number of medical conditions and the nursing and dietary staff there have been fantastic in ensuring she is comfortable. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this facility for your loved one.
My mother has lived at the Cohen Home for the last 2 months and we are so happy that we made the decision to make this her new home. We looked and interviewed so many memory care properties and none compared to TCH.It was quite stressful and frightening to realize that we were at this point in her life and would have to trust in others to take care of her. We love the staff and so does our mother. They treat her with such kindness and care. It is such a relief to have such wonderful people care for our mother. They treat her like she is their family member, not just a resident at the property they work at.During COVID, it is especially hard as we are not able to visit on a regular basis and do the things we typically would for her however the staff is always there to assist us in whatever we need. During this disturbing time they have provided my mother and the other residents with a safe and healthy environment and adhere to all the health guidelines.I would highly recommend making this your loved ones new home if you should be looking for an assisted living/memory care property. The quality of care provided here will truly make the transition easier for you and your loved one.
I hesitate to call the people who work here “employees”...they seem more like family. Our grandmother lived here for almost a year before she passed away and our experience from the beginning was phenomenal. The staff here treats every resident like a member of their own family and we never doubted that our family member was in more than capable hands. Kimone took the extra steps to keep in communication with us as we were out of the country on a vacation. The sense of peace she offered my dad and aunt...being able to FaceTime with my grandmother and regularly check in with the staff...is beyond words. We are so sad to have lost our grandma, but to know the last year was spent here, with people who really cared, is a complete blessing.
Exceptional staff of caring, concerned and respectful people. Time and time again they have demonstrated their professionalism and expertise. After having our mom at one of those large assisted living facilities we have found the more boutique personalized experience of the Cohen Home to be a perfect fit for our mom and our family. The difference is clear to us and must be to the staff as well as the turnover rate amongst the staff is virtually non existent. We love the experience and highly recommend the Cohen Home to anyone looking for a caring and respectful environment for their loved ones.
Reconsider having your loved ones live here. The physical plant of the facility shows the commitment of the community, but care provided shows that leaders of the community are not managing it well. My mother lived here for 18 months and she was treated poorly by the management. Management seems immature and in need of oversight. If you want to be involved in your loved one's life, they don't like that because then you see what goes on there. If you just want to dump your loved one here and visit once or twice a month, that's what they like... Note that my last name and the name of this facility are coincidentally the same - it is a very common last name. Also, ask yourself why the other reviewers have virtually no other reviews for a reader to compare their judgment on other places...
My siblings and I moved my father into The Cohen Home in May 2018, after our mother passed, from home is South Carolina. We couldn't have made a better decision. From the first moment we walked in the door to look at the facility, to move-in, to today, the staff have been warm and inviting, doing everything they could to make us feel welcomed and a part of the family.My father has several health issues, and, based on our experiences with Dad's previous facility, we were very concerned about The Cohen Home's ability to deal with them. They put us at ease from the first moment we met with them, assuring us that they are well experienced in dealing with someone who requires Dad's level of care, and they were right. Dad has done so much better since we moved him here. He is a welcome member of the family there. The staff love him and look forward to seeing him every day. He has made friends, and has his group he eats with and his group he socializes with before mealtime.Any time we have had questions or concerns, the staff are ready and willing to meet with us and discuss. I can walk into the office any time the staff are there, ask to speak with them, and be welcomed warmly into the office for a discussion. In fact, that happened just today, with my concerns addressed and answered in under 10 minutes. Any time we have had a concern about Dad's care, they are addressed promptly and quite to our satisfaction.The facility itself is bright, airy, and spacious. Residents have several different areas where they can gather with each other or family for a nice chat. The front sitting room has a baby grand piano people are free to play as the mood strikes. There are also several community rooms with TV or the ability to play YouTube and other streamed content, or attend mini-seminars on no end of different topics. Residents' rooms are cozy and well-appointed, with private baths and small kitchenettes.If you have a loved one who requires assisted living/memory care, I strongly suggest The Cohen Home. We are extremely happy with our decision and can't recommend The Cohen Home highly enough.
Moving your loved one to an assisted living facility is a difficult decision. When the time came to move my Dad, I looked into a various possibilities, but I have never regretted my choice of The Cohen Home. From the first moment we took the tour, we could tell that this place was different. It wasn't a facility, it was "home" and we were made to feel welcomed, respected and loved. After two and a half years, not only are we treated like family, we have become family. We have formed genuine caring relationships with the staff, the other residents and their loved ones.There is so much stress worrying about an ailing and aging parent. The care and attention my Dad is receiving from the Cohen Home helps put me and my Mom at ease. We have the utmost confidence that everyone who interacts with Dad treats him like their own relative. Any questions or concerns I might have are addressed quickly and professionally. And I'm always provided with more than enough information to make educated and informed decisions.The love and support my father receives being a resident here has provided him a quality of life, I am not sure he would have gotten anywhere else. This was easily the best decision for our family during this difficult time.
My mother has been a resident for over a year and I have only great things to say about the staff. The staff is caring and very attentive. They always great my mother with a smile. Staff is always available to answer any questions or concerns. Every resident is treated like a welcome member of the family.Health and medical concerns are handled promptly.Staff is always available to answer any questions.Moving my mother into the Cohen Home was a very wise decision.
My mother and father have been residents here since August of 2018. We chose the Cohen Home, with their blessing, for a number of reasons. Comparatively speaking, its small. There are 42 studio, one and two bedroom apartments, so the number of residents is smaller than any place we visited. Which means more time and attention for the residents. Its residents are predominantly Jewish and services are conducted on Shabbat and the other holidays, conducted by lay people or local rabbis from nearby congregations or facilities.The biggest factor in our decision was the immediate warmth, care and concern for the residents that we felt when we visited. And in the months since that time, that feeling has only increased. The Cohen Home's greatest strength is its people. They're delightful, caring and concerned with the wellbeing of everyone in the facility.We wouldn't and didn't consider any other place.
My mother has lived at The Cohen Home for 6 years and it is truly amazing. She loves the activities and going out to to lunch. The caregivers have all been there for a long time- like 10 and 15 years and they are so good to her. The Jewish holidays are specially fun and special to our family. So grateful for this place!
My aunt has lived here for over 2 years and this is a great place for her and other seniors to live. My aunt and our family are very happy she is living at The Cohen Home and receiving great care. The staff is very caring and loving to not just the residents but the family members as well. I enjoy stopping in for a visit or volunteering to help where I can. I am always welcomed with smiling faces and open arm.
My mom has been here 3 years and we couldn’t have imagined her being this happy at this stage of her life. The staff, the activities and the new friendships have truly made this a home and community. I recommend The Cohen Home to anyone looking for an assisted living facility for a family member.
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