With her nursing background, Danielle Brown brings a special understanding to her new role as Sales Coordinator at Magnolia Manor in Macon. She works with prospective residents and families who are interested in learning about either independent or assisted living, and in her words, “I love it!”
One of the many great things about moving to Magnolia Manor is the camaraderie. We deliberately foster that sense of belonging because that’s how we all want to be treated – like family. Just ask Sally Mayton.
Topics: Independent Living
People describe Magnolia Manor in Macon as a “hidden delight.” That may seem somewhat odd, considering we’re centrally located – near downtown and near Riverside, too. We like to think we’re close to all the action – a central part of Macon’s vibrant lifestyle, nestled in peaceful surroundings.
Senior living communities aren’t just for singles! Couples choose to move to Magnolia Manor while they are still healthy and active so they can focus on doing the things they love to do together in retirement. You might say that resident couples here at Magnolia Manor are the personification of independence.
Worried that you can’t consider a wonderful senior living community like Magnolia Manor because you have limited financial means? That may not be a barrier for you. As part of our commitment to offer affordable as well as carefree living choices for seniors, we offer Supportive Housing options at both our Americus and Macon campuses.
At Magnolia Manor, our focus is on living your best life. For many seniors, that still means independent living, and nothing says “independence” like choices. So, among our family of nine senior living communities, six offer independent living options. Each is unique in terms of location, setting and housing details, but all offer a wealth of opportunities to enrich the mind, body and spirit in a homey, caring environment.
Here’s a snapshot of independent living apartments and villas at our Magnolia Manor campuses.
As age inevitably takes its toll, seniors find themselves increasingly limited by the rigors of their daily responsibilities. Tasks and basic chores that were once quite easy to tackle can become insurmountable obstacles depending on a senior’s health, injuries, or the state of their mental faculties. As more mundane daily duties become a struggle, extracurricular activities rapidly drop off even further, as seniors simply lack the time or energy to enjoy life like they once did.
This can create a cycle of isolation and mental/physical deterioration, greatly impairing a person’s quality of life. Not to mention that if a senior can’t handle things like household chores on a regular basis, their environment can quickly become unsafe and unsanitary, increasing the risk of injury or illness that further reduces their wellbeing.
That’s why Magnolia Manor provides nonprofit independent living in Georgia, giving aging citizens the chance to continue experiencing fulfilling lives while enjoying significant relationships, intellectual pursuits, fun hobbies, and making the most of their golden years.