Senior Care and Support
When you first arrive at Summer Breeze, it’s easy to see why it has earned a reputation as one of the area’s top independent and assisted living communities. Savannah, GA’s premier senior care residence, Summer Breeze, offers residents all the pleasures that life has to offer, while at the same time, providing families and loved ones with support and peace of mind.
With a dedicated staff and outstanding roster of services and amenities, Summer Breeze is redefining assisted living excellence and care. Our personal care staff provide assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) including dressing, bathing, evening care and escorts to meals and activities, and other personalized services. The hospitality focused staff is there to help, as much or as little as needed, and always treating our residents with dignity and respect. It is this approach to independent and assisted living for seniors that makes Summer Breeze stand out as a leader in senior care.
A variety of studio, one bedroom, two bedroom and even companion suite options are available to residents calling Summer Breeze Senior Living home.
In our spacious dining room, residents enjoy three nutritious meals daily, cooked home-style for flavor and served restaurant-style for our diners’ convenience. Wait staff take care of everything, including ensuring that dietary restrictions are followed.
Activities & Outings
Summer Breeze Senior Living ensures that residents are as active as they want to be while providing spaces for quiet socializing and private contemplation. Every day, we will be living fully, creating joyously, and experiencing a rich mix of art and culture, learning, and entertainment.
Personal care services are offered on-demand and discreetly in accordance with each resident’s individualized wellness plan. Our nursing team oversees each resident’s medication management program to ensure that medications are taken as prescribed by their physician. Residents can also be visited by third-party medical specialists to get the ongoing care they need.