Welcome to Our Family!

At the Cohen Home, a beautiful assisted living community in the nearby Atlanta suburb of Johns Creek, every resident is an individual — and every individual is treated like family. When you step through our door, you’ll know you are someplace special. Each person brings something unique to our community, and we make it our mission to find that special something and nurture it so your loved one stays engaged, active and enjoys the camaraderie and family atmosphere that makes The Cohen Home Assisted Living That Feels Like…Home.

Assisted Living • Dementia Care

Whether you are searching for yourself or relocating an elderly loved one, our experienced staff will walk you through the process to make the transition as smooth as possible. We listen to your needs and spend time getting to know your family member, then work with you to create a customized plan of care so you feel engaged and involved from the first day you join our family.

A Cohen Home Tour of the Heart:
See What Makes Living Here So Special

We are not a “Facility” but a Community convenient to these Atlanta, Georgia metro areas:

Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Cumming, Milton, Roswell, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Buckhead, East Cobb, Marietta, Norcross and Lawrenceville.

Community News

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Our $2.5 million renovation is complete!

Click here to take a virtual tour! 

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JHLC Blog

Against the Odds: The Best Things You Can Do Right Now to Prevent Falling

Every second of every day an older adult falls. One out of five of these falls has serious repercussions such as broken bones or a head injury. Take action right away to help reduce your chances of falling. Here are some tips:

Read the full story here

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The Conversation Project: Learn about our most recent AgeSmart Lecture

Did you miss Jewish Home Life Communities’ and Weinstein Hospice’s London Family AgeSmart Lecture…an insightful talk and planning session, presented by Harriet Warshaw, Executive Director of The Conversation Project? Use the toolkit to learn more. 

Click here for more information

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JHLC Blog

Estate Planning for the Heart: When to Have “The Conversation”

We all know we’re mortal. Yet somehow, most would rather talk about anything aside from death – especially the more emotional aspects. Read the full story here

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JHLC Launches New AgeSmart Blog

Pros and Cons: Using an Agency vs. Hiring a Caregiver on Your Own

What do you do when your loved one is no longer fully independent? When your loved one needs extra help, who do you turn to? Read the full story here

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Watch the London Family AgeSmart Lecture with Dr. John Zeisel Here

In recognition of The Longest Day, make sure to check out the April 2018 London Family AgeSmart Lecture featuring memory care expert, Dr. John Zeisel, Ph.D., author of I’m Still Here: A New Philosophy of Alzheimer’s Care and founder of Hearthstone Alzheimer Care. To watch, Click here

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Cohen Home Implements the I’m Still Here® Approach to Dementia Care

I’m Still Here® is a philosophy of care based on the belief that every person living with dementia is truly still there and can experience a high quality of life regardless of the severity of their memory loss. To learn more about what this person-centered approach could mean for you and your family member, Click here

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Free Caregiver Support Group—Open to the Community

Held the 4th Tuesday of every month, caregivers come to share thoughts and feelings, and develop a network of support through an exchange of information and experiences. Newcomers welcome! Click here for future dates and more information.

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Kabbalat Shabbat

Cohen Home residents look forward to our Kabbalat Shabbats. Singing songs and listening to the uplifting music together is a great way to start the weekend.  Click here to see our residents celebrating Jewish cultural activities throughout the year.

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Join Us for Lunch!

Bring your loved one for lunch while we take you on a tour of our community. Click here to let us know when you’d like to visit.

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