All three of the A.G. Rhodes homes provide long-term Senior care. A.G. Rhodes also provides short-term recovery, and inpatient and outpatient therapy and rehabilitation services.

What is long-term Senior care?

Long-term senior care includes a range of services that you or your loved one may need to meet personal care needs. Most long-term care is not medical care, but rather assistance with the basic personal tasks of everyday life, sometimes called Activities of Daily Living (ADL), such as:

  • Bathing
  • Dressing
  • Using the toilet
  • Transferring (to or from bed or chair)
  • Caring for incontinence
  • Eating

Long-term care may also include assistance with everyday tasks, sometimes called Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) including:

  • Housework
  • Managing money
  • Taking medication
  • Preparing and cleaning up after meals
  • Shopping
  • Using the telephone or other communication devices
  • Responding to emergency alerts such as fire alarms

Best of Georgia Winner

We are proud that A.G. Rhodes has been named a Georgia Business Journal 2021 Best of Georgia winner in the Transitional & Rehab Facilities category. Congratulations to our Therapy & Rehabilitation Services staff! It’s a true testament to the quality services we provide along the continuum of care.

Long-Term Senior Care, A.G. Rhodes

What’s different about long-term care at A.G. Rhodes versus other types of long-term care facilities or agencies?

While there are many types of facilities and agencies that offer long-term care services such as assisted living, continuum of care facilities, or home care agencies, the A.G. Rhodes homes are skilled nursing facilities, which provide a comprehensive range of long-term care services, including nursing care and 24-hour supervision.

Moving to a skilled nursing facility—commonly known as a nursing home—is often considered the safest choice for those who need help with most of their ADL and IADL, and who require 24/7 care that they can’t get at home.

Additional Resources

For more information about long-term care, visit

Whether you or your loved one comes from the hospital, home or another senior living facility, admission to a nursing home will require the recommendation of a physician. See our Admissions page for more information about the admissions process at A.G. Rhodes.

Visit our Financial Information page to learn about the cost and payment of long-term care, short-term recovery and therapy and rehabilitation services.