As we get older, all of us hope that we are able to live healthy and active for our entire life. Senior independence is important to us at Atlanta Home Care Partners so we have put together resources to help!

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Remarkable research is honing in ever nearer to the eradication of Alzheimer’s disease, this time through two medications already developed and approved by the FDA. This enables accelerated clinical trials and we hope fast-tracking us closer to a treatment.… Read More
Lonely, Senior Woman Sitting by Window with Eyes Closed
With well over 325 million people living in the U.S. alone, it’s not easy to think that loneliness could be so common. Nonetheless, over 50% of the elderly live alone, and more than a million of them are estimated to… Read More
Senior Couple on Scooter
A quick Google search for the word “aging” returns topics such as “coping with aging,” “what you can do about aging,” and even “the cure to aging.” The negative connotations to growing older are, sadly, so ingrained in our culture… Read More
Happy funny senior couple playing hulahop in park
Remember that feeling as a young child as soon as the school bell rang, signifying the end of grammar and the beginning of the best part of the day: recess? There was an immense sensation of freedom dashing out onto… Read More
A happy grandmother with her family on Christmas Eve
From the second the door swings open and your elderly family member wraps you in a warm embrace, through the festive holiday meal and each timeless family tradition, opportunities abound for not only quality time together, but additionally to evaluate… Read More
Happy senior woman painting an image at home
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and when it comes to understanding the thoughts and emotions of someone with dementia, no truer words have been spoken. Artistic expression is important for each and every one of us,… Read More
Depressed senior man sitting with female carer
It’s a conflict that arises for many families: older adults adamantly want to age in place at home, while their loved ones worry about their safety. And there’s an argument to be made in both instances. Older adults, particularly those… Read More
Grown daughter talking to parents at home
Our natural instinct when suspecting the early stages of potential cognitive decline in ourselves or a senior loved one is to look the other way, denying the problem. However, the Alzheimer’s Association advises that it’s crucial to face the issue… Read More
Senior couple looking at medication bottles.
As the expression goes, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That could easily be applied to the recent information in Alzheimer’s news about the increase of corporations offering alternative supplements, dietary programs, and herbal concoctions… Read More
Senior woman in hospital bed
For older adults, undergoing medical procedures usually includes some inherent risks, but there’s a little-known effect impacting a significant number of seniors after surgery that people need to be conscious of: POCD (postoperative cognitive dysfunction). POCD occurs in more than… Read More