Assisted Living

Assisted Living in Atlanta, GA

Azalea View

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Monarch Pavilion

Open to both Canterbury Court residents and the public.

Azalea View, our Assisted Living neighborhood at Canterbury Court, is located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of Monarch Pavilion. Residents of Azalea View enjoy easy access to everything our campus has to offer. Residents can enjoy a chef-crafted meal with friends in one of our on-campus dining rooms, take advantage of nature blooming everywhere on a warm day in our Legacy Gardens, or visit a friend living in one of the other neighborhoods on campus.

Activities are not limited to our beautiful campus. Residents can select from a range of organized outings: visiting local shopping, entertainment, and dining in the area. For those comfy days when you just want to stay near home, Azalea View offers a mix of shared and private balcony spaces. A beautiful common-area living room is perfect for playing games with friends or just reading a book by the fire and enjoying time around others. Residents can stay healthy with access to an exercise room and a dining room serving great meals and hospitality in equal measure.

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Azalea View offers one- and two-bedroom options ranging in sizes from 536 sq. ft. to 869 sq. ft. These lovely apartment homes offer great views, plenty of space, and a deep sense of security. Monthly rates are inclusive of care. Wireless internet, expanded cable, housekeeping, laundry, and medication management are just some of the package.

Assisted Living services and amenities

  • Rates are inclusive of care
  • Beautiful private apartment homes with thoughtful design and materials throughout
  • One- and two-bedroom options ranging from 536 sq. ft. up to 869 sq. ft.
  • Kitchenettes include induction stoves, refrigerators and microwaves
  • Walk-in closets and washer and dryers
  • Balconies available in some floor plans
  • All utilities including cable television, Wi-Fi access
  • Outings such as scenic drives and visiting area dining, shopping and entertainment
  • Enjoy personalized dining with multiple dining rooms across campus and short-order meals available
  • Transfers from Independent Living or direct admission from off campus is available
  • Housekeeping and linen service
  • Interior, exterior and grounds maintenance
Azalea View Courtyard
Living Room

Supportive services

  • Assistance with activities of daily living
  • 24-hour, 7-day-a-week licensed nursing on-site
  • Medication management
  • Care coordination
  • On-site rehabilitation services
  • Dietitian services
  • Access to mobile services on-site such as dental, optometry, podiatry, and audiology
  • Coordination of direct care therapeutic services
  • Fitness and exercise classes
  • Educational and recreational activities to support optimal wellness
  • Full-time Licensed Master Social Worker
  • Access to an on-site physician

Safety and security

  • 24-hour security
  • Sprinkler and fire safety systems, including smoke detectors
  • 24-hour emergency response system
  • Predictive Fall Prevention with VSTAlert

Parkinson’s Care

Parkinson’s disease is a common neurodegenerative disorder that often manifests with hand tremors, slow movement, stiffness, and loss of balance. While medication can help control symptoms, at Canterbury Court, we also offer multiple physical therapy programs designed to improve overall walking, balance and other activities of daily living.


An intensive and effective one-on-one treatment led by Physical and Occupational Therapists who are certified in this new focus on Parkinson’s care. LSVT BIG retrains participants on how normal movements should feel. Often these movements feel strange at first—too big. But these bigger movements match those of people without Parkinson’s. LSVT BIG helps improve the mismatch between what participants feel they’re doing and what they’re actually doing in terms of movement.

LSVT BIG treatment has been shown to help people with both large motor movements, such as walking faster, getting into or out of bed, or getting up from a seated position, as well as small motor movements, like buttoning a shirt or writing. Program participants have also shown improved balance and more ability to twist at the waist.

Rock Steady Boxing

Rock Steady Boxing (RSB) is an effective training program for all stages of Parkinson’s disease, leading to less muscle stiffness and pain and generally improved balance and capacity for motion. Classes are led by an RSB-certified instructor, who develops a customized fitness program for each participant, with the goal to decrease the severity of Parkinson’s symptoms, reduce the fear of falling, better manage daily tasks, and improve overall confidence and the ability to perform basic activities like climbing stairs, entering a vehicle, and walking confidently.


SPEAK OUT! is a therapy regimen tailored to people with Parkinson’s disease to improve their voicing, and in turn, their swallowing. In this program, speech is transformed from an automatic function to an intentional task. SPEAK OUT! is usually completed in 12 sessions spanning four weeks, and then the patient transitions to the LOUD Crowd. In this four-week span, patients report improvement in their speaking, their ability to be heard and their overall quality of life.


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