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Reaffirming our Commitment to Atlanta’s Seniors
A message to Georgia Families, Neighbors, and Healthcare Partners:
SVP of Operations Jenifer Salamino shares her thoughts on the senior living industry in Georgia and reiterates our continued commitment to serving local families.
At Huntcliff Summit, located in Sandy Springs, you will find a community that offers a range of senior living services to meet the needs of seniors throughout Fulton County, Georgia. Our campus features two buildings located on the same street, both proudly offering a variety of senior care options, including independent living, assisted living, memory care and more, so residents can age in place.
Our community offers a busy activities and outings calendar, delicious restaurant-style dining, and an excellent location, just 20 miles north of downtown Atlanta. Within the local community and among physicians and other healthcare professionals, Sunrise at Huntcliff Summit has an excellent reputation. In fact, our team members and special campus has been featured on CBS Better Mornings Atlanta and WebMD.
We are devoted to providing our residents support and services, based on research and theories of aging—working hard to fulfill our mission to champion quality of life for all seniors. Our founder, Paul Klaassen said, “The best senior living has yet to be invented,” and we take this to heart. To us, this means committing to continuous quality improvement by learning from our past experiences and current residents and families.
Contact us to schedule a visit for yourself or your parent, and see for yourself why our residents are proud to call Sunrise at Huntcliff Summit home!
Hear from Regional Director, Mary Ann Cadger, on how our communities help our residents live healthier every day through our dining and activity programs. The team at Huntcliff Summit provides opportunities for our community to remain active, engaged and to socialize with family and friends. Watch the video to learn more.
A group of residents at our community knit American flag quilts for wounded veterans in wheelchairs at the Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Read more here!