We believe that if a community’s focus is strictly on care, they don’t care enough. At Thrive at Augusta, great care is just a by-product of bigger and better things.
We’ve taken the blueprint for traditional senior living and put it right where it belongs—the trash can. It wasn’t hard. Traditional senior living communities stink. We believe that if a community’s focus is strictly on care, they don’t care enough.
At Thrive at Augusta, great care is just a by-product of bigger and better things but that’s not enough. There’s the property—situated on 17 acres, surrounding a horse farm, where generations of Augustans have learned to ride. Lots of space, lots of history. And just next door, one of the hottest emerging neighborhoods in town.
When you visit, be sure to meet our team members. We’ve got a feeling you’re going to become fast friends. In fact, we know you will, because each and every one of them is dedicated to the person who matters to you the most – your loved one. And, if the need arises in the years to come, know that all of our team members are NIDE (National Institute for Dementia Education) certified, which is a mouthful to say, but simply means that our team members are prepared and qualified to interact with your loved one as a unique human being, not a case study. Come visit us. We’re conveniently located in Augusta, but miles off the beaten path from traditional senior living communities.
We have two living options under one roof.
Assisted Living is ideal for residents who value their independence, but may need assistance with daily activities. Our community team members are raving fans of encouraging independence with assistance readily accessible at all times of day.
Memory Care is for our Elders who are living with some form of memory loss. Every member of the Thrive at Augusta team is NIDE (National Institute for Dementia Education) certified. That includes everyone from the chefs and housekeepers to the concierge and nurses. The education allows us to interact with our memory care residents as unique individuals rather than objects in need of care. Residents are engaged with the goal of helping them recapture moments of memories and the recognition of loved ones.