Being able to live at home can be one of the most important comforts in a senior's life. Our carefully selected and thoroughly screened, trained, bonded, insured and supervised CAREGiversSM help make that possible with a wide range of services, welcome companionship and a ready smile.
Licensed in Barrow, Clarke, Elbert, Franklin, Greene, Jackson, Madison, Morgan, Oconee and Oglethorpe Counties
Apple Valley, Arcade, Arnoldsville, Athens, Attica, Auburn, Bethlehem, Bishop, Bogart, Bostwick, Bowman, Braselton, Brockton, Buckhead, Canon, Carl, Carlton, Carnesville, Center (incorporated until 1999), Clarksboro, Colbert, Comer,
Commerce (formerly Harmony Grove), Constantine, Crawford, Danielsville ,Dry Pond, Ednaville,
Elberton, Fairview, Franklin Springs, Georgia Club, Grove Level, Gumlog,
Hartwell, Holders, Holly Springs, Hoschton, Hull, Ila,
Jefferson, Lake Oconee, Lavonia, Lexington,
Madison, Martin, Maxeys, Maysville, Nicholson (formerly Cooper), North High Shoals, Pendergrass, Red Stone,
Reynolds Plantation, Royston, Rutledge, Scull Shoals, Sells, Siloam, Statham, Stoneham, Talmo, Thompsons Mills, Thurmack, Thyatira, Union Point, Watkinsville, White Plains, Wilsons Church,
Winder, Winterville, and Woodville.
If you do not see your city, town or community listed below, please call us at (706) 613-2224 for more information.
For seniors that need a little help around the house or to learn more about senior home care, Alzheimer's Care or things family Caregivers need to know, here are some valuable articles to help.
New Year, New You: Practicing Active Aging at Home As a new year begins, it’s an ideal time to establish healthier habits for the future. For most, making time for physical activity, even a few times a week, can be greatly beneficial for overall health, but this is especially true for older adults.
Spotting the Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease Although many are aware that Alzheimer’s disease affects a person’s memory, there are several other lesser known indicators that commonly go unnoticed such as notable changes in mood or personality, difficulty completing familiar tasks, trouble pronouncing words or writing, and increased anxiety.
What Family Caregivers Need to Know About Medicare Changes As family and friends grow older, you may find yourself in the role of caregiver. You could be asked to make decisions of all kinds such as assisting with daily activities, health issues, treatments or help with Medicare.
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