Parc at Duluth Opening Addition

The new Personal Care facility complements Parc at Duluth's Independent Living senior community.

Parc at Duluth will host a grand opening celebration for its new fully licensed Personal Care facility, an addition to its existing Independent Living senior community, Wednesday, Dec. 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. at 3315 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.

Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris will cut the ribbon opening the Personal Care residence for senior citizens, which will be open for tours to prospective residents, their families, healthcare professionals, and other guests.

The celebration will include live music, refreshments, and hors d’oeuvres. Parc at Duluth serves the Duluth and Johns Creek areas.

Parc at Duluth has been voted Best Retirement Community by Gwinnett Magazine for the past three years, according to a press release announcing the grand opening of the addition. “With over a decade of senior living property development and management experience, we are keenly aware of the needs and desires of our residents and their families,” said Andy Slavin, vice president of Atlanta-based Parc Communities.

Parc at Duluth living options include full service Independent Living, ParcCare and Assisted Care.

The new Parc at Duluth Personal Care addition has nurses and caregivers on staff 24/7 and offers personal care to residents in need of assistance with daily living activities.

Personal Care services at Parc at Duluth include assistance with medications, bathing and dressing; health and wellness programs, transportation to local medical appointments, scheduled outings, daily chef-prepared meals, emergency in-room call response systems, and more for an all-inclusive monthly service fee.

Parc at Duluth’s Personal Care apartment homes have studio or one-bedroom floor plans to fit different lifestyles and needs.

~ Duluth Patch






Jean H December 12, 2012 at 01:01 PM
Parc is a wonderful "home" for so many... this addition to their services will be a blessing for those that need to transition from independent living and not have to leave the Parc.


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