Staff Members Shelter-in-Place at Senior Living Community to Keep Residents Safe Staff members at an assisted-living facility outside Atlanta are staying there 24/7 to help residents. Read more here.
"Employees at DeKalb assisted living community find success in battling coronavirus by moving in," WSB-TV Read the story here.
"At senior home, staff stays put 24-7 to stop virus spread," ABC News Read the story here.
"'Heroes living on campus': Staff at DeKalb senior living campus shelter-in-place to stop the spread of coronavirus," 11 Alive Read about and view the story here.
“At senior home, staff stays put 24-7 to stop virus spread,” Associated Press Associated Press published a Top News story on May 5 featuring a few of the approximately 70 Park Springs staff who committed to sheltering in place 24/7 alongside more than 500 members to protect them from COVID-19.... read more →
UGA raises $1.6 million so far to fight debilitating disease The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia on Tuesday approved the establishment of the John H. “Johnny” Isakson Chair for Parkinson’s Research at the University of Georgia. The chair honors the former U.S. senator by emphasizing research that analyzes and develops treatments... read more →
We are grateful for the work of our family member, Johnny Isakson. Johnny served in the senate for nearly 15 years representing the state of Georgia. Johnny will officially resign at the end of this month, and we wanted to share this video that highlights his values and his legacy... read more →
Andy Isakson was recently interviewed by Infinitee. An excerpt from the piece here: Andy Isakson, managing partner of Isakson Living, explains his vision for Peachtree Hills Place, an amenity-rich, independent living community in Buckhead. The community was born out of the personal experiences of his parents, Ed and Julia Isakson,... read more →
Andy Isakson discusses the “Sentinels of Legacy” mural on McKnight's Senior Living. Created by South Carolina artist Tarleton Blackwell, the mural reflects the community’s innovative relationship-based model in health care. "At Park Springs, we understand that art should be much more than just an element of the décor. Rather, it... read more →
In an article published by Metro Atlanta CEO on April 9, Andy Isakson discusses the “Sentinels of Legacy” mural. Created by South Carolina artist Tarleton Blackwell, the mural reflects the community’s innovative relationship-based model in health care. “At Park Springs we are concerned about not only health, but the quality... read more →