Welcome to Vineyard Johns Creek.
We chose the name Vineyard to represent not the wine, but the vine from which it grows; the older the vine, the better the wine. So we celebrate and cultivate seasonality to continually yield the most fruitful outcomes. And much like the characterization of our name, we offer deep-rooted values within a thriving framework of living better together, longer.
WHY SENIOR LIVING?
The decision to move on to a new chapter in life can be a difficult one, because it’s not just when – it’s where. But with a purposeful community where you’re cared about, not just for, we aim to make that decision a little easier through Life, your way™.
Like a true vineyard, nurture is our nature. From new hobbies to passions rooted in your history, our community is dedicated to bringing you the care you deserve, the connections you crave, and the community you won’t want to live without.
Vineyard COO and President Kevin Suite shares the inspiration behind the Vineyard name and our steadfast commitment to living better together, longer.
Blog & News/Events
March 2021 Events
We have several informative virtual events on the calendar for this March! All of the detailed information (including registration links) is below.
However, should you have any questions please feel free to reach out to our Sales Director, Jennifer at email@example.com
Creating new things is a fun, relaxing way for seniors to spend their time, especially for those with dementia. The great news? Even a weekly art class could have added benefits. Studies over the past two decades found that creating art can improve happiness and encourage speech. Plus, it can even boost cognitive function in parts of the brain affected by dementia and Alzheimer’s. This practice is commonly known as art therapy in the senior living and care industry.
As you or your loved one ages, it’s a good idea to research and implement different strategies to make this season of life as fulfilling and joyful as possible. For example, one of the leading causes of mental and physical health decline in seniors is isolation. To combat loneliness, create a plan for transitioning or downsizing homes. Senior living communities help promote healthy aging by providing a safe environment, as well as fostering connection and mental stimulation. To learn more, here are eight specific benefits you can expect from a senior living community.