Several days per week, if the temperature is at least in the 50s, you will find Lamar Oglesby out playing golf croquet on Lenbrook’s beautiful regulation-size croquet lawn.
On June 1, 2020, I moved into Lenbrook. My dear daughter, who lives in Atlanta, found Lenbrook, chose a wonderful apartment for me and my sweet dog Lily, and I could not be happier at this point in my life.
Bi-annually Lenbrook hosts a Strategic Retreat where Lenbrook’s Management Team meets with the Board of Directors to set strategic direction for the organization.
In February, Lenbrook invited noted educator, speaker, consultant, and author, Dr. Francis L. Battisti, PhD to facilitate the latest retreat, titled: Playing Offense.
Ercia Douglas started with Lenbrook late in 2021 as a Community Service Coordinator, and by doing so, she joined her mother, Joan Piggott, who started with Lenbrook in 1992 and has been employed here for the last 27 years as a Certified Nursing Assistant.
“My role model is my mom,” says Ercia. “She represents the type of woman that one day I hope to be. Very much a superhero in my eyes. She encourages me every day - from her example to always offer a helping hand to those in need, to her ability to always find kind words to put a smile on your face.”
Physician. Fashion Editor. CEO. Minister. Ambassador. Trial Attorney. Scientist. CIA Operative.
In March, the Georgia Department of Community Health visited Lenbrook’s Health Care Center for a three-day long unannounced state inspection, and I am so proud to say that the Surveyor Inspectors cited ZERO deficiencies and were impressed by our operations here at Lenbrook.
April is Parkinson’s Awareness month. Each day, 37 people in the USA are diagnosed with this disease. It is one of the most common, long-term neurologic disorders where the central nervous system degenerates, and that affects the motor system.
Martha Randolph Tells Her Friends:
“This is the only senior living community you want to move to!”
As she was getting ready for choir practice at her beloved Peachtree Presbyterian Church, Martha Randolph heard a slam coming from the shower. Her husband, Robert Lee Randolph, Jr., had suffered a heart attack and had collapsed, So she jumped in, helped him onto the shower mat, and immediately pulled the medical emergency cord to alert Lenbrook’s security and healthcare staff.