WHO WE ARE
Simply put, Kelley Place and Madison Heights are the only Specialty Care Assisted Living communities entirely dedicated to memory care in Coffee, Geneva, and Dale Counties. Because we serve only memory loss residents, we offer a refreshing and intimate environment tailored to our community members. We specialize in those who have Alzheimer’s disease or other memory loss related conditions. Every 67 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease and with that diagnosis – or other forms of memory loss – comes uncertainty for the future. We put each resident’s individual needs at the center of everything we do, offering an unforeseen approach that our residents and their families not only appreciate, but also deserve. We look forward to helping you in Writing Life’s Next Chapter. Contact us for more information about Kelley Place and Madison Heights.
Vision: To be the area’s premiere memory care assisted living community providing only the best care to those suffering from memory loss.
Mission: Our mission is to provide the highest quality and most understanding care to those coping with memory loss by offering an intimate environment tailored to each individual’s needs.
OUR CORE VALUES
We promise to be honest in all communications so that residents and their families know they can trust Kelley Place and Madison Heights.
We provide a sense of safety to residents living at Kelley Place and Madison Heights and peace of mind to their families.
We treat each resident with dignity so he or she is able to maintain self-worth.
Our thoughtful and considerate team cares for residents and also offers support to their families.
Our team is here to provide more than care; we offer enjoyment of life to every resident that calls Kelley Place and Madison Heights home.
We value each member of our team; we appreciate every resident and family that enters our care center; and we treat everyone with the highest level of respect.
SERVICES & COMMUNITY AMENITIES
Because our layout is tailored specifically for memory loss residents, Kelley Place and Madison Heights features a small, homelike environment to aid in increasing familiarity. The community also has beautifully landscaped courtyards, a state-of-the-art security system for resident safety, and flexible menu offerings.
Kelley Place and Madison Heights is proud of our higher than average staffing ratio than you would normally see in a skilled nursing facility or nursing home. This ensures each resident receives the personalized care and attention he or she needs and deserves.
We offer integrated, proactive care plans and an all-in-one pricing structure, so that you can rest assured that you or your family member is getting the best possible care at Kelley Place and Madison Heights.
Our team is here to provide assistance with any activity associated with daily living. This includes medication management, family support and engaging, daily resident-centered programming.
SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES
Because we focus on residents with memory loss, we understand how important their families are in the process of selecting an assisted living community. We offer support to both residents and families through the entire process of selecting a community, developing a proactive treatment plan and continued care. We work with each resident and family to create a care plan that meets the needs of everyone involved.
MEET OUR ENTERPRISE TEAM
I have been in the health care field since 1981 in one aspect or another. In 1997, I was offered an opportunity as an Assisted Living Administrator for two sixteen bed facilities in Henry County, Al. I gladly accepted the position though naïve to the true importance & huge responsibilities that were attached to the title. As I began to work with our residents, I knew I was where I was meant to be all along in my journey called life. Not only did this occupation teach me to be more patient, more compassionate, more understanding of the needs of the residents but an advocate for them in more ways that I can list in every opportunity that past my way.
I am extremely thankful and blessed to work in a field I love. Not only making a difference in the lives of our residents but loving the difference they make in my life on a daily basis. I am who I am today because of the teachings from Godly parents and having faith in God to lead me through this journey and many lessons I have learned from the residence’s teaching me about the important things in life for the past 20 years.
The Atlas Team is an exceptional group to work with. They are constantly striving to create a better community for the staff and residents.
I have two grown children and one granddaughter. I look forward to becoming active in the community. I have two rescues, Millie and Major. I enjoy traveling, going to the beach, attending plays, spending time with my family.
Director of Nursing
Judy began her nursing career over 30 years ago. The love of geriatrics and those that suffer from Dementia lead her to Kelley Place and became her focus. She understands the importance of family and the processes in proactive treatments and plans of care. Judy and her team realize that working with the elderly is not a career but a calling that she is glad and excited to answer. Judy is also a Category II Licensed State of Alabama Administrator. She currently Lives in Ozark with her husband Dennis. Judy has 2 children, a son that is in construction in the Ozark area and a daughter that is a teacher in Auburn.
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