The search for care can be difficult and frustrating, and we’re here to ease your fears. Here are some helpful resources to help make this time a little bit easier for you.
If you have any additional questions, please give us a call at 470-203-6152 and we’ll point you in the right direction.
AARP – The American Association of Retired Persons: Get the answers to your burning questions and access multilingual guides on how to prepare to care for someone you know.
ACL – The Administration for Community Living: Is your loved one new to an area? Use these resources to help them easily integrate into their community, through tools that are needed to facilitate independence.
Aging in Place Home Improvements – Learn about important improvements you need to make your home friendly for all ages
AA – The Alzheimer’s Association: Your go-to resource to care for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia
AlzFdn – The Alzheimer’s Foundation: Here you’ll find a host of resources for caring with Alzheimer’s or dementia from memory screening to training
ACS – The American Cancer Society: Learn about prevention and health maintenance as well as how to care for a loved one living with any type of cancer
Caregiving – This is your one-stop-shop for all things caregiving
Senior CompuCare – All-age-friendly resources to help your loved one seamlessly learn to use technology
Delicious Decisions – American Heart Association: Learn how to make delicious but heart-friendly dishes for yourself or a loved one
FCA – Family Caregiver Alliance: Whether you’re looking for resources to care for a loved one or anxious to meet other caregivers in a similar situation to you’re own, this is the right place
Help Guide – Need help? You got it. From health and wellness, to concerns about aging, they cover it all
MOW – Meals on Wheels: Cooking’s a hassle, how about having free meals delivered to your doorstep?
NIH – National Institute of Health Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resources: Learn about Alzheimer’s
Resources for Integrated Care – Try out this tip sheet to use more inclusive language when caring for an older adult
Those were some local and general resources for aging care, if you still have questions feel free to contact us.