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Retirement in Coweta and Fayette is a great choice for a number of reasons, including the way of life, recreational options, healthcare options, climate, and natural surroundings. There are several retirement residences for seniors who are still active, independent living, assisted living, and an abundance of events planned by senior citizen organizations.

    Six senior centers in Coweta County provide a range of services and activities to all seniors 55 years of age and older. Members gather each week for music, games, arts and crafts, and friendship at the East Coweta Community Center in Senoia, the Panther Creek Center in Sargent, the Welcome Community Center in Welcome, the Central Community Center close to Thomas Crossroads, and the Madras Center in Madras. Parties and covered dish luncheons are held to honor holidays and birthdays. Members can take part in the same activities, such as breakfast and lunch, every day, Monday through Friday, at the Tommy Thompson Senior Center in Newnan. 

    Informational speakers and musical entertainment frequently provide education and entertainment. Seniors can even get their blood pressure taken at the locations. The organization’s Meals on Wheels program, which operates out of the Thompson Center in Newnan, is available to homebound seniors. All senior residents in Coweta County are invited to an annual Christmas luncheon and spring cookout at the Coweta County Fairgrounds and Conference Center. The Coweta County Commission pays for programs.

    There will be a new East Coweta Community Center at the Leroy Johnson Recreation Park on Highway 16 in Senoia, and construction is already underway on a second one in Coweta County’s northern region, between Blake Bass Middle School and Canongate Elementary School on Shaw Road.

n Fayette Senior Services

The Gathering Place in Peachtree City, as well as The Life Enrichment Center in Fayetteville, are run by the 1978-founded Fayette Senior Services (FSS), which provides a wide range of life-improving services to residents of Fayette County aged 50 and up.

    Social services are the foundation of Fayette Senior Services. Residents of Fayette County can use these need-based options for elderly people who are housebound or less active. Fayette Senior Services work to enhance senior citizens’ quality of life and offer a means for senior citizens to live independently in their own homes. For qualified seniors living in Fayette County, FSS offers free or low-cost programs. Their Care Managers perform assessments along with ongoing monitoring to help people and their families in planning and care.

    For a large portion of elderly residents of Fayette County, driving a car is an unrealistic task. The staff of FSS transports seniors to essential doctor appointments, dialysis, and pharmacy pick-ups every day as the county’s top low-cost transportation service provider. For many people in our community, Fayette Senior Services is their only inexpensive alternative for accessing life-saving treatments. A sliding scale fee dependent on the person’s income determines the cost of transportation. Prior to using transportation services, a first intake and evaluation will be finished, and cost will be determined by a number of variables.

    It’s difficult to believe that there are so many elderly people in Fayette County who are not only going without food because they find it difficult to prepare meals, but who are also lonely and in need of a warm smile. That is what Meals On Wheels (MOW) accomplishes. It serves as a friendly visit and meal delivery service for many elderly members of our community who are housebound in Fayette County. A devoted crew of volunteers deliver the meals. Seniors who are housebound can continue to live independently in their own homes thanks to these visits. Meals On Wheels are only offered by Fayette Senior Services in Fayette County. More than just a hot meal, MOW also offers friendship and a health checkup every time a meal is delivered.

    Fayette Senior Services has been collecting and delivering pet food donations for pets of Meals on Wheels recipients on a monthly basis since 2009. When they are unable to leave their homes, many of our Meals On Wheels users find it difficult to feed their dogs. Many elderly people who are confined to their homes find comfort and companionship in owning pets. The AniMeals program from Fayette Senior Services has helped many people in the community continue to care for their animals by giving them access to much-needed pet food that they otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford or get. This program improves the lives of the homebound seniors who love and care for the animals as well as the animals themselves.

    Adults 50 and older can mingle with friends, revitalize their bodies, challenge their minds, and feel better at the exclusive Life Enrichment Center. It is undeniable that FSS empowers seniors. Empowerment is defined as giving someone the tools they need to become stronger and more self-assured, and it encompasses everything FSS provides for seniors on a daily basis. While playing a key role in the lives of seniors, engaging and motivating them to age well and live well long into their golden years, they work to satisfy the requirements and preferences of our members and the community.

    Fayette Senior Services includes two Life Enrichment Centers, which are situated in Peachtree City and Fayetteville, respectively, offer a lively, energetic, and welcoming environment. They provide more than a hundred programs a month throughout these two venues, including exercise, education, recreation, social, entertainment, and more. Everyone’s interests are truly catered to, and they are always exploring new avenues to educate and entertain their members. The facilities provide a wide range of life-enriching activities with the goal of keeping elders active, involved, and making new memories.

    The FSS also offers a fitness center, which is available to members for an extra $10 a month.

    Additionally, FSS provides a wide range of fitness classes, such as chair aerobics, stretching, Tai Chi, line dancing, yoga, personal training, walking groups, and more. The workout center is accessible from 7:30 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday.

Assisted Living Directory


Arbor Terrace Peachtree City

201 Crosstown Drive, Peachtree City 30269

770-632-5823 •

Azalea Estates Assisted Living &

Retirement Communities

105 Autumn Glen Circle, Fayetteville 30215


Baptist Retirement Communities

of Georgia Palmetto Park

519 Perkins Road, Palmetto 30268


Benton House

25 Newnan Lakes Boulevard, Newnan 30263


Brookdale Newnan

355 Millard Farmer Industrial Boulevard, Newnan 30263


Christian City

7345 Red Oak Road, Union City 30291

770-964-3301 •

Oaks of Fayetteville

1294 Highway 54 W, Fayetteville 30214


Heartis Fayetteville

936 Lanier Avenue West, Fayetteville 30214


Legacy Ridge at Peachtree

1967 Highway 54 W, Peachtree City 30269


Hope Center Memory Care

355 Brandywine Boulevard,

Fayetteville 30214, 678-593-7994

Insignia of Newnan

27 Belk Road, Newnan 30263


Monarch House

299 Bullsboro Dr., Newnan 30263


Somerby of Peachtree City

200 Rockaway Road, Peachtree City 30269


The Reserve at Peachtree City Assisted Living and Memory Care

441 Prime Point, Peachtree City 30269


Wesley Woods of Newnan

2280 Highway 29N, Newnan 30265


Other Services

Ansley Park Health & Rehabilitation

450 Newnan Lakes Blvd, Newnan 30263


Avalon Health & Rehabilitation

120 Spring Street, Newnan 30263



Cambridge House Enrichment Center

Adult daytime & day health care service

2687 Highway 154, Newnan 30265


Concordia Care – Nursing and Rehabilitation–Lafayette

110 Brandywine Boulevard, Fayetteville 30214


Encompass Health Rehabilitation

Hospital of Newnan

2101 E Newnan Crossing Boulevard,

Newnan 30265; 678-552-6200

1585 Hwy. 34 E., Newnan, 30265


Home Instead Senior Care

117 Governor’s Square, Peachtree City 30269


Newnan Health & Rehabilitation

244 E Broad Street, Newnan 30264


Southland Health & Rehabilitation

151 Wisdom Road, Peachtree City 30269


Southwest Christian Care

7225 Lester Road, Union City 30291


Fayette Senior Services

(Seniors 50 and older)

Main Number: 770-461-0813

Membership dues: $30/year resident;

$90/year out of county

Life Enrichment Center

4 Center Drive, Fayetteville 30214


The Gathering Place (Senior Center)

203 McIntosh Trail, Peachtree City 30269


Coweta Senior Services

(Free to Coweta County Seniors 50 and older)

Contact Patricia Hood, 770-683-8600

East Coweta Senior Center

300 Howard Road, Senoia 30276

Panther Creek Senior Center

2285 W Highway 16, Sargent 30275

Welcome Community Senior Center

1792 Welcome Road, Newnan 30263

Tommy Thompson Senior Center/

Meals on Wheels

29 Hospital Road, Newnan 30263


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