If you are a family caregiver in Atlanta, we want to share the latest senior health information with you. You can learn more about it in our latest blog posts.

Elderly disabled man with mask sitting in wheelchair, assisted by young female caregiver outdoors
Looking at the past several months, family caregivers have had to handle seemingly insurmountable challenges in connection with the care of the seniors they love. With COVID-19’s specific dangers to the elderly and those diagnosed with underlying health issues, such… Read More
caregiver consoling senior woman
Awkwardness. Discomfort. Disbelief. Shame. All of these feelings can cycle through a family caregiver’s heart when a senior loved one with Alzheimer’s demonstrates disinhibited behaviors, which can include: Rude or tactless comments Unacceptable sexual remarks or advances Removal of clothing… Read More
masked senior man talking with health professional
The COVID-19 pandemic put our society on pause, including, among many other activities, healthcare appointments and procedures. As a matter of fact, approximately half of all adults either canceled or put off routine health care and elective treatments ever since… Read More
senior woman looking out window
Throughout these past months since COVID-19 became a household term, older adults, who are most vulnerable to severe complications from the virus, have had to discover a new, more isolated normal. And while we know there are health risks associated… Read More
senior disabled woman outside wth caregiver
After months of distancing, isolating and quarantining from family and friends, stay-at-home orders have been relaxed. However, for older adults in particular, can it be safe to think about venturing out?… Read More
Friendly old senior wears a mask to protect against viruses and bacteria
Loneliness. Isolation. Confusion. These feelings have become commonplace for many of us during the COVID-19 pandemic, but when you add in the element of dementia, the challenges and frustrations are elevated to a whole new level.… Read More
happy senior woman reading with dog
Coping with agitation in Alzheimer’s can be very frustrating for both a senior with dementia, and his or her family members. One of the keys is in taking steps to handle agitation before it’s felt and expressed by the senior… Read More
happy senior woman laughing
Have you ever felt yourself preparing to bubble over with uncontrollable laughter at the most ill-timed moment– in a crowded elevator, a hushed waiting room, or a religious service? Although there are, obviously, occasions when we need to suppress the… Read More
Caregiver Injuries
Regarding chronic diseases, seniors are often the experts, with up to 3 out of four older adults affected by a number of conditions that are chronic, necessitate long-term chronic disease care management, and place limits on activities. With the constant… Read More
Tips For Doctors Appt
On any given day, a doctor likely has close to 20 patients to see – in addition to telephone calls, paperwork, and other administrative duties. It leaves very little time spent with each individual, which is why it is imperative… Read More