• Founded in 1969, Annandale Village is an award-winning nonprofit organization dedicated solely to providing progressive life assistance to adults with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries so they can maximize their abilities and maintain their independence in the least restrictive environment.
  • Founded in 1969, Annandale Village is an award-winning nonprofit organization dedicated solely to providing progressive life assistance to adults with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries so they can maximize their abilities and maintain their independence in the least restrictive environment.

Recent News

Ford Mustang Enthusiasts Cruise North Georgia for Annandale

More than 300 Ford Mustang enthusiasts will join efforts throughout northeast Georgia to take part in the inaugural, Run for the Gold Pony Drive on…

Leadership Gwinnett Well Represented In Upcoming Election

It’s official! Thirteen candidates, including the program coordinator and four graduates of Leadership Gwinnett are running for HAMerica’s Vote and the opportunity to pucker up…

12 Community Leaders Qualify and Announce Candidacy for HAMerica’s Vote

It’s official! Twelve community leaders have qualified and publicly announced their candidacy for election year 2015. No, they are not running for Senate or for a seat on their…

Community Foundation (CFNEG) Awards Grant to Annandale Village

On Tuesday, June 2 at the 1818 Club in Duluth, Georgia, The Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia (CFNEG) presented Annandale Village a grant in the amount of $5,000…

Mary Poppins Delivers a “Spoonful of Sugar” at Annandale Village

Annandale Village had a “practically perfect” visit this week from the cast of Mary Poppins! Residents enjoyed such favorite songs as “Spoonful of Sugar”, “Chim Chim Cher-ee”…

DSH Residents Enjoy “Frozen” Party With Elsa and Olaf

Every year Pruitt Health has a service project competition within their organization. This year, Pruitt Health Hospice Atlanta, chose D. Scott Hudgens Center for Skilled Nursing…

Wii Bowling League Fostering Team Spirit

Dottie B. grips the Wii controller at her side, coolly eyeing the bowling lane on the television screen in front of her. “Come on, now,” she says as she waves the remote in a forward…

Construction Begins On New Transitional Care Facility

Construction officially began February 1, 2015 on Annandale’s newest campus facility, The Keith Keadle Center for Continued Care. The new two-story, 18,000 square foot facility…

New Skills Assessment Lab Opens Doors To Independence

An apartment on the grounds of Annandale Village has been transformed into the Assessment of Functional Living Skills™ Lab, an exciting new facility that allows staff and consultants to see firsthand how they can best support the Villagers’ independence. Not a laboratory in the scientific sense, this is a natural environment where Villagers can demonstrate their ability to handle hundreds of daily skills, ranging from preparing meals and doing laundry to telling time and socializing with peers to play computer and board games.

My Amazing Swimmer!

My daughter, Kara, is 34 and has lived at Annandale Village since August, 2013. She has Rett Syndrome, a rare, neurodevelopmental disorder that affects girls. She is non verbal, has no self help skills, and gradually lost her ability to walk during her teen years. She now spends her days sitting, either in her wheel chair or her recliner at the D. Scott Hudgens Center for Skilled Nursing.

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