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Independent & Assisted living

Abe's Garden Community is located on a beautiful wooded seven-acre campus, and is committed to fostering healthy living for older adults. Abe’s Garden Community fosters healthy living for older adults. In separate communities with a united mission, we provide residential options for those who want to live independently, those who need supportive assisted living and those with memory loss who require special care.

As a state-of-the-art senior living community, we offer the same evidence-based brain health and wellness engagement opportunities with a different approach at each service level. Our innovative wellness initiatives and brain health programs, considered to be some of the best in the country, are avilable to all Abe's Garden Community residents. 

Our independent living apartments and main dining room have been renovated and our programs, events and activities have been refocused on enhancing total well-being of mind, body and spirit. Anyone eager to fully engage with life will benefit from this retirement lifestyle. 

The care provided to assisted living residents is person-directed and built around their needs, interests and requests. While we help with things like medication management, dressing and bathing, what makes us so special is that our residents enjoy a warm, loving environment where neigbors become friends, where dining is still an important social event, where learning something new is an everyday occassion, and where residents, their loved ones and staff become family.

Independent and assisted living residents enjoy gourmet dining, wellness and brain health programs, and social activities without the burdens or upkeep of maintaining a home.

The staff is committed to empowering residents to create their own definition of retirement living. We allow residents to live life to its fullest to ensure they love where they live.

For more information about Abe’s Garden Independent or Assisted Living, please contact Courtney Robinson at crobinson@abesgarden.org or 615.467.6903.

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Ryan, son of a member of The Club
“[We are so] happy with the Independence Plus caregivers and service. It has truly been a lifesaver and game-changer.”
Barry Fogle, son of a resident
“Abe’s Garden® gave [my mother] new gifts, activities, the sound of music and other people. If she wanted it, Abe’s gave her history classes, news, gardening, cooking, arts and more. Most of all, Abe’s gave her love.”
Ed Gore, AGCG participant
“It’s a relief to find a group of people that I can really associate with. I’m building friendships here, which I really appreciate.”