It’s All About Your Approach.

The Memory Care community at Summer’s Landing of Warner Robins is the highest level of Assisted Living available on our campus.

Memory Care

Secure, Supportive Environment.

Our philosophy of care is simple: we believe a comfortable, relaxed environment that promotes joy, activity, and independence results in a better quality of life. That’s also why you’ll never find semi-private apartments here: we believe every person is entitled to dignity and privacy, filled with all the comforts of home. You’ll enjoy comfortable surroundings that promote well-being, filled with opportunities for conversation and activity.

Breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the seasonal changes in the thoughtfully designed memory garden. Inside, watch the colorful tropical fish swim by in the saltwater aquarium or enjoy the cheery canaries fly and nest in our large aviary. If you are a social person, there are plenty of people to reminisce with, day or night. Daily events as well as several drop-in activity stations are available, where residents enjoy daily activities geared to their own ability and interests. Families tell us that Memory Care at Summer’s Landing is different, and we think that is due to the special relationships that form between our residents, their families, and our staff. It really is about “family taking care of family.” Every team member receives dementia training, and in particular, we are great admirers of Teepa Snow, a renowned Alzheimer’s training expert.

Summer’s Landing’s commitment to living better with Alzheimer’s is also seen outside the campus: For 2014, 2015 and again in 2016, we were honored as the Top Senior Health Services team for the Central Georgia Walk To End Alzheimer’s. This money was raised through a variety of fundraisers, including the popular Girls’ Night Out: Bunco for the Brain, and the exciting Pedal With A Purpose, a charity bike ride through the beautiful middle Georgia countryside. We would like to thank everyone who partners with us towards a world without Alzheimer’s.