If you have elder care questions and need a trusted local resource in Atlanta, contact us today at 404-228-0103 or send us your information through our online contact form. Outlined below, we’ve listed additional resources to help you throughout your or your loved one’s care journey.

One Good Deed, Inc. is an Atlanta-based grassroots non-profit organization that utilizes volunteers of all ages to assist and improve the quality of life for older adults and people with disabilities.

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta: Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORC) are areas of town with a higher than usual density of older adults. By becoming a NORC, residents of these communities are able to participate in social, health, and educational programs, as well as receive vouchers and reduced costs for transportation, hearing aids, and glasses.

Lifespan enriches the lives of older people by providing a multi-purpose, interfaith ministry to older persons through churches, synagogues and other organizations and agencies in Atlanta.

The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) is the regional planning and intergovernmental coordination agency for the 10-county area including Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale counties, as well as the City of Atlanta. For 60 years, ARC and its predecessor agencies have helped to focus the region’s leadership, attention and resources on key issues of regional consequence.

The Eldercare Channel of Atlanta, GA is a directory of companies that offer hospice care and counseling services in the Atlanta area.

Senior Connections offers a range of quality services provided by skilled professionals and community volunteers. While those with the financial means to do so pay the full cost of services, there are public funds, United Way grants, and private donations that help subsidize the cost of services to those in need. Senior Connections never denies service due to a lack of ability to pay.

I-Care provides drivers for seniors who can no longer drive.

Senior Corps connects today’s 55+ with the people and organizations that need them most. The organization helps seniors become mentors, coaches or companions to people in need, or contribute their job skills and expertise to community projects and organizations.

DeKalb, Fulton, Cobb, and Gwinnett County senior links:
Care facility search links:
 Senior learning in Georgia:
Money and taxes for seniors:
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Preventing falls:
Emergency preparedness tips for older adults:
Winter safety tips for older adults:
Alzheimer’s Association:
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