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24 Assisted Living Communities in Lawrenceville, Georgia

The average cost of assisted living in the city is $3,390 a month. This guide is a starting point covering the cost of assisted living care in the city, as well as financing options to pay for it. You’ll find in-depth information on 24 Assisted Living Communities in Lawrenceville and several in surrounding areas. The Cost of Senior Care in Lawrenceville, GA

  • Assisted Living: $3,390
  • Nursing Home Care: $6,753
  • In-home Care: $3,813
  • Adult Day Health Services: $1,712

Assisted Living Facilities near Lawrenceville, Georgia

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Reviews of Assisted Living Facilities in Lawrenceville

Good home place

5

May 10, 2022

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My funny Mom is happy here, and she has made many friends. She likes the staff..a few she really loves. Its always clean and nice to visit ...and she says that meals have gotten better!

Anike

5

March 18, 2021

I visited this facility

We went to Laurel Grove. It was very welcoming and clean, it looked like the residents were active, so I was very satisfied with the place. The place was very nice, the staff was very open, and she took her time with me, so I was very appreciative of that. It wasn't rushed or anything just to make me feel comfortable, and answered all questions, concerns, everything. I saw apartments with or without balconies, the studio, and one-bedroom floor plans. Everything looked updated, and it was a nice, little arrangement. I saw the activity room, the dining area, a communion area, and I think I saw the chapel, and I was satisfied with all. I didn't see the actual food itself. I did see the menu, that would be a five, and also I was very impressed with their COVID check-in process.

Diane

5

February 27, 2020

I am/was a resident of this facility

I love Laurel Grove. I like the people, the food, everything. They have home care that comes in for the residents. I'm really pleased with the food. Their spaghetti was the best I've ever had. Everybody is nice. It's a lovely place to live. The staff is very personable. My cottage has 2 rooms, 2 baths, a living area, a full kitchen, a garage, a patio, and a yard for the dogs.

Barbara

5

April 30, 2019

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Brookdale Lawrenceville is very clean. My dad's room is always kept nice and clean, and the hallways are always clean. The place is clean-smelling. The staff members are very nice and very helpful. The dining area is clean. Residents get three choices of what they would like to eat, which my dad enjoys. They have lots of different programs that he can attend, which is what we wanted for him. It is very nice. They have different kinds of activities, and during the holiday, they always have programs.

Phyllis

5

March 16, 2019

I visited this facility

Laurel Grove's setting is nice. It is a walking distance to different stores. The Ace Hardware and a food store is right near there and there are lots of things. However, in their room, you don't have cooking facilities. You only have an extra small microwave, and that's it. They do provide three meals a day. The menu looked great. With Laurel Grove, you have to wear the medical alert. If you have doctor's appointment, they will provide transportation, too. They also have different places that you can go on vacation, and it doesn't really cost you that much to do that. With the price of what they're charging you to stay there, and since you're paying upfront, you might as well take advantage of that. You can also have a guest in your room for a week at a time which is somehing nice. The staff is wonderful.

Reviewer2182019

5

March 7, 2019

I visited this facility

The tour at Sunrise at Webb Gin was excellent. The lady we met with seemed to be more of a counselor and participant than straight salesperson; we like that very much. The place was older but very bright with lots of windows, lots of brightness, and sunlight. Even though it was an older place, it was very clean and absolutely immaculate. The dining area was very clean and very neat.

Jen B

5

February 1, 2019

I visited this facility

My mother refers to Laurel Grove as the lovely place. We liked the view. Some of the windows were over the woods rather than a parking lot. They showed us all of the amenities and described some of the activities. We were there on a Sunday afternoon of Thanksgiving weekend. They offered us a meal, but my father said no. That’s the only place my mom wants to go. It's an independent living kind of place where you can gradually increase the amount of support you get. The staff member, Chad, has been phenomenal. We were very impressed with the cleanliness. The facilities were in good condition. My father was looking for activities exclusively for men like a woodworking shop, but Laurel Grove is not big enough to support something like that.

Pernisa

4

January 7, 2019

I am/was a resident of this facility

Laurel Grove was a very good community. It's independent. The people were very nice and well-organized and they seemed to have everything that my mom needs. Unfortunately, we had to move her out of there because she needed assisted living. I wish they could have more things that the residents could have done. Like more activities.

H.H.

5

December 30, 2018

I visited this facility

Laurel Grove was amazing. It had a very nice atmosphere, was a well-kept place, and the nicest place I visited. We went there in the morning, they showed us the rec room, and they were serving breakfast at that time. The staff we talked to was super friendly. That was the best maintained, cleanest, and was the most welcoming place we visited.

Map of Lawrenceville, Georgia

Assisted Living Costs in Lawrenceville

According to Genworth’s 2018 Cost of Care study, the average monthly cost of assisted living in Lawrenceville is $3,390, which is $290 higher than the state average and $610 below the national average. Prices in nearby Rome are slightly lower at $3,200 and a bit higher in Gainesville ($3,500).

Statewide, assisted living prices range from $2,300 in Warner Robins up to $4,145 in Brunswick, and in most Georgia cities, costs fall below the national average ($4,000).

Note: Senior care cost data wasn’t available for Lawrenceville, so data for the closest city, Atlanta, was used. 

The Cost of Assisted Living in Surrounding Areas

Lawrenceville/Atlanta Area

$3,390

National Average

$4,000

State Average

$3,100

Gainesville

$3,500

Rome

$3,200

Warner Robins

$2,300

Brunswick

$4,145

Valdosta

$3,000

Augusta

$2,950

Care Cost Comparison

Senior care costs in Lawrenceville start at $1,712 per month for nonmedical adult day health services delivered in a group setting. Assisted living costs an average of $3,390 per month, while a semiprivate room in a nursing home is the most expensive option at $6,753 per month.  In-home senior care from either a homemaker or home health aide costs an average of $3,813 per month for 44 hours of weekly service. When weighing the total cost of each option it’s important to recognize that residential care services include all meals, accommodation and utility bills. By comparison, in-home care costs are added onto regular day-to-day expenses, such as rent or mortgage payments, property taxes and home repairs. 

 

Senior Care Cost Comparison Chart

Assisted Living

$3,390

Homemaker Services

$3,813

Home Health Aide

$3,813

Adult Day Health Services

$1,712

Nursing Home Care

$6,753

Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Lawrenceville

Medicaid in Georgia

Medicaid, a government-funded health plan for low-income Americans, provides essential health care benefits for children, seniors, adults with disabilities and pregnant women. Medicaid is regulated at the federal level and administered by each state. Mandatory benefits include nursing facility services, hospitalization, diagnostic testing and doctor visits. 

Seniors in Lawrenceville may qualify for Medicaid coverage if they meet the income and asset limits. Single seniors can earn up to $2,313 per month, and couples applying together can earn up to $4,626 per month. 

Asset limits are set at $2,000 per individual and $3,000 per couple. All cash and investments are rated as countable assets, while one vehicle and an owner-occupied residence is excluded as long as the home is assessed at $585,000 or less. 

If only one spouse in a married couple needs Medicaid coverage, any income earned by the non-applicant (community) spouse is disregarded. The community spouse can also keep up to half of the couple’s jointly owned assets up to an assessed value of $126,420. 

For more information about Georgia Medicaid or to receive help applying for coverage, call (800) 436-7442.

Medicaid Waivers

Georgia seniors who meet the financial criteria for Medicaid enrollment and need nursing home level of care may qualify for one of two home and community-based Medicaid waivers. Eligible seniors must complete a comprehensive needs assessment to determine what services and supports they need to avoid institutionalization. 

Note: Each waiver has enrollment limits, therefore, seniors may be added to a wait list for services. 

Community Care Services Program

The Community Care Services Program is a nursing home diversion program that provides seniors with community-based services, such as: 

  • Adult day health care
  • A personal medical alert system
  • In-home skilled nursing care
  • Personal care to assist with activities of daily living
  • Housekeeping 
  • Rehabilitation therapies, such as physical, occupational and speech therapy


For more information contact the Northwest Georgia Area Agency on Aging at (800) 759-2963. 

Service Options Using Resources in a Community Environment

The Service Options Using Resources in a Community Environment waiver provides similar services and supports as the CCSP waiver, and the target population is the same. 

For more information on SOURCE and to request an assessment, contact the Home and Community-Based Services info line at (866) 552-4464. 

Other Financial Assistance Programs for Assisted Living

Optional State Supplementation

Seniors who qualify for Supplemental Security Income benefits and live in an assisted living facility may be eligible for additional funding through Georgia’s Optional State Supplementation program.

The OSS provides SSI top-up money that seniors can use towards the room-and-board portion of their care costs. For single seniors, the maximum monthly OSS payment is $20, and couples can receive up to $40.

To qualify for OSS, seniors must be on SSI and reside in a licensed Medicaid facility. To learn more about Georgia’s OSS, seniors can phone the Social Security Administration at (800) 772-1213.

VA Enhanced Monthly Pension 

There are two special VA pension programs that eligible veterans and survivors can use to finance assisted living costs, Aid and Attendance and Housebound. These programs pay higher benefits than the regular VA pension, and to qualify, claimants must be eligible for a regular VA pension. 

For Aid and Attendance, at least one of the following criteria must be met:

  • Be restricted to bed due to a permanent disability
  • Have corrected vision in both eyes tested at 5/200 or worse
  • Be a resident in a nursing facility due to physical and/or cognitive issues
  • Have concentric contraction of the visual field of 5 degrees or less
  • Need help from a caregiver daily to eat, get dressed, bathe and be mobile.


For Housebound, applicants must: 

  • Have a permanent disability that meets the 100% disability VA requirements limiting the applicant to their home, or
  • Have a permanent disability with a VA rating of 100%, and one or more  additional disabilities rated at 60% or more


For more information contact the Georgia Department of Veterans Service, Lawrenceville Field Service Office, at (404) 321-6111. 

Assisted Living Resources in Lawrenceville

Senior Center

Seniors aged 60 and older can participate in free social activities, card games, crafting groups and educational workshops at the Lawrenceville Senior Center. The center also operates a low-cost hot lunch program every weekday. 

Prior to participating in center programming, seniors must apply through Gwinnett County Senior Services. 

Lawrenceville Senior Center
225 Benson St., Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(678) 277-0970

Veterans Services

Veterans can access outpatient VA health services at the Lawrenceville VA Clinic, and comprehensive hospital services are available at the nearby Atlanta VA Medical Center. For help with state and VA claims applications, appeals and entitlements, contact the Lawrenceville field service office of the Georgia Department of Veterans Service. 

Veterans and their families can participate in social, educational and advocacy groups at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5255 and American Legion Post 262. 

Lawrenceville VA Clinic
455 Philip Blvd., Lawrenceville, GA 30046-8766
(404) 329-2222

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5225
368 Grayson Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(770) 963-8767

Veterans Field Service Office – Department of Veterans Service
455 Phillip Blvd., Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(404) 321-6111

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