As a Life Plan retirement community, The Spires offers the full spectrum of health care resources so you won’t ever have to worry about life’s “what if’s” when it comes to both the quality and cost of long-term health care. Choosing The Spires means you’re covered.

As a resident, you will not only have access, but you will have a network of support to ensure your needs are addressed in a timely fashion without ever burdening your loved ones.

Not a current resident of The Spires? That’s okay too. We accept admittance for all levels of care. Call 706-368-9955 for more information about our supportive health care living options at The Spires.


Located on the grounds of The Spires at Berry College, our Assisted Living and Health Center will offer a full range of Assisted Living, Memory Care Services and Skilled Nursing Care in a convenient residential setting. As a benefit of living at The Spires, residents will be able to move to these levels of care at substantial savings over the general public. Residents choosing the Fee for Service plan can receive a $24,000 Health Care Benefit after living at The Spires for two years.


In the Health Center, registered nurses and licensed vocational nurses, with the help of trained caregivers, provide short- and long-term skilled nursing care on a 24-hour basis. The Health Center is an appropriate setting for individuals who are recovering from surgery or illness, require concentrated rehabilitation or need ongoing long-term care. Our restorative approach reinforces the healing and rehabilitation process and promotes independence.


For seniors whose health or well-being requires a higher level of personal care, assisted living at The Spires gives residents personalized care within the highly-desirable residential setting on the Berry Collage campus, overlooking Eagle Lake.

Assisted living provides a healthy lifestyle and social engagement with the added support for those who need a little extra help with the tasks of daily living. Seniors who live in assisted living are able to maintain their independence in a private apartment while having around-the-clock support from nearby Certified Nurses Assistants.

The most commonly needed services in an assisted living community are medication reminders and personal care (bathing, grooming, dressing). Housekeeping, meals, and life enrichment programs are included.


Memory Care offers specially trained caregivers and a physical environment that supports safety and success of people with Alzheimer’s or other types of memory loss. In addition to assistance with personal care, medication management, housekeeping and laundry, residents in a memory care residence benefit from dementia-specific features, including specialty dining services and life enrichment activities.